Friday, July 16, 2010

Hey Arizona, I Think I have a Plan

Okay, so I.C.E. and D.H.S. says the border is more secure now than ever and that they aren't going to work with Arizona officials to deport the Illegal aliens that are jailed in conjunction with Arizona's new immigration law. The law is to go into effect on the 19th of July barring a stay from the courts.

So, if I.C.E. won't work with Arizona for deportation, I say Jan Brewer should put out a call to all illegal aliens and say that if they will come forward between now and the 19th of July, that the state will purchase for them a Greyhound Bus Ticket to any Sanctuary city in the country with no fear of prosecution by the state of Arizona.

I believe that if she would start broadcasting now and promise a ticket to any "sanctuary city' or back to Mexico, their choice, that most illegal aliens would come forward in lieu of capture and prosecution at a later date.

If these tickets were bought 21 days in advance or if buses were chartered they expense, in my humble opinion would be far less than the drain on the state by letting them stay. A ticket form Phoenix to Portland ME would cost about $128.00 if purchased in advance.

I further believe that if they don't come forward on their own and are caught sometime in the future in the state illegally, that they should be jailed, put on work crews in the fields and made to work for their keep in jail. The pay that they would normally receive from an employer, who would be employing them illegally, should be paid to the state by the person whose field in which they are working.

An added portion of the law, if not already there, should be back breaking, crippling fines to the employers caught employing any illegal alien. Between these fines and the wages paid to the state for the work crews, the costs could be offset.


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