1001 reasons why the border can't be secured, according to liberals


The New York Times had a fascinating article listing 1001 reasons why the border can't be secured and illegals can't be deported. For a newspaper which believes that the government is capable of being involved in all aspects of our life--our healthcare, our businesses, even our bathrooms, the NYT believes the government is incapable only when it comes to illegal immigration.

“I can’t even begin to picture how we would deport 11 million people in a few years where we don’t have a police state, where the police can’t break down your door at will and take you away without a warrant,” said Michael Chertoff, who led a significant increase in immigration enforcement as the secretary of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush.

Chertoff did a few raids for show but was never aggressive about deporting illegals. As for "breaking down doors" don't police do that when they search for criminals? Should we tell the police to stop chasing rapists and murderers if they have to "break down" a door?

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Finding those immigrants would be difficult, experts said.

Really? Just go to any 7-11 or Home Depot parking lot.

Police officers across the country would need to ask people for proof of residency or citizenship during traffic stops and street encounters.

And what's wrong with that?

The Border Patrol would need highway checkpoints across the Southwest and near the Canadian border.

So the Border Patrol would need to... patrol?

To avoid racial profiling, any American could expect to be stopped and asked for papers.

Yes, by all means, start with the white people and the nuns like they do at airport security.

To achieve millions of deportations, the Obama administration’s focus on deporting serious criminals would have to be scrapped

Yes, that is the choice; deport the worst illegal criminals and allow all the rest in, or go after all of them and let the criminals go free. No other option. Perhaps we should stop going after tax cheats because that prevents us from pursuing rapists.

Large-scale raids, rare under Mr. Obama, would resume at farms, factories, restaurants and construction sites, with agents arresting hundreds of workers and poring over company records

They should. It's called "enforcing the law".

Mr. Trump has said he would triple ICE’s deportation officers, to 15,000 from about 5,000. But even if that could be accomplished quickly — difficult given the vetting and training required — it would still be insufficient, experts said. The F.B.I. and other agencies would have to set aside some of their missions to help.

Imagine if all agencies involved in something called "law enforcement" were involved in law enforcement.

John Sandweg, who led ICE for seven months under Mr. Obama, said wholesale deportations could make it easier for immigrant gang members and drug traffickers to escape detection. “If the agents are looking for volume, they won’t spend the time to do the detective work tracking down the high-value bad guy who has fake documents, the hardened criminals in the shadows,” he said.

Oh no, if we try to deport all the illegals, the worst ones will escape!

To prevent flight after arrest, the authorities would have to detain most immigrants awaiting deportation. Existing facilities, with about 34,000 beds, would have to be expanded to hold at least 300,000, Mr. Sandweg estimated, perhaps with tens of thousands of people in detention camps, similar to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

Enforcing the law=interment of Japanese in WW II.

The millions of immigrants from Central American countries, China, the Philippines, India and other noncontiguous nations would have to be flown home at the federal government’s expense. Arranging flights would in itself be a huge and very costly task.

Cheaper to let them stay here and commit crimes and stay on welfare.

By any tally, the costs would be enormous. The American Action Forum, a conservative-leaning research group, calculated the federal outlay to be at least $400 billion,

$400 billion? I say 400 trillion. Maybe 400,000,000 trillion trillion!

But the proposals’ main flaw, former officials said, is that they are unrealistic. “Unless you suspend the Constitution and instruct the police to behave as if we live in North Korea,” Mr. Chertoff said, “it ain’t happening.”

Where in the Constitution do illegals have any rights?

And then there is criticism of building a border wall. How can a country build a wall? We don't have the technology to build a wall!

Mr. Sternfeld said a 40-foot-tall concrete wall using a “post and panel” system that went 10 feet below the ground — to minimize tunneling — would cost at least $26 billion. The logistics would be nightmarish, including multiple concrete casting sites and temporary housing for a crew of 1,000 workers if the job were to be completed within Mr. Trump’s first four-year term.

26 billion? Wow! That's less than 1% of the federal budget. 1000 workers? Has the federal government ever had 1000 workers working on a project before?

Thad Bingel, the chief of staff at Customs and Border Protection during the Bush administration, said the fence offered a cautionary tale. It became mired in lawsuits and environmental controversies that sowed deep anger along the border,

Oh no, there was anger sowed. Who was angry, the Americans on the border who were victimized by crime? Or the illegal aliens? As for lawsuits, all we need is a law waiving these frivolous environmental suits.

A wall would be even more complicated, requiring redirection of water so that concrete could be mixed on location, difficult work on rocky terrain and a potential disruption of archaeological sites.

What archaeological sites? Are you aware of any archaeological sites directly on the US Mexican border? I'm not.

Another complication is that a nearly 50-year-old treaty between Mexico and the United States prevents any construction that obstructs or diverts the flow of the waterways. The wall, in other words, could not interfere in any way with the flow of water in either direction.

This is nonsense. We are not going to dam the Rio Grande. The Rio Grande is the border. We are going to build a fence behind it, not in the middle of the river. That has nothing to do with waterways.

This is a laundry list of every fictional reason the Times can come up with not to enforce the border or the security of our nation. They never seem to come up with an objection to any other government program.



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