First, I will list the steps. Step 1. Get to the border. 2. Turn yourself in and get a court date. 3. Don't show up. 4. Dream of eventual amnesty.
We have a crisis on our southern border, and I still can't get past the irony of secular progressives expounding on the fact that it's our Christian duty to do something about it. Seriously, my stomach still hurts.
Don't get me wrong; there are hundreds of thousands of malnourished, disease-ridden children who we now have a moral obligation to attend to, but is it inhumane to say that perhaps we ought to first take care of those who actually are citizens?
One thing is certain, this dilemma can be laid squarely at the feet of this president. Look at all the dreamers!
it's all so familiar. I'll even list those steps: 1. Point out an inequity. 2. Suggest an unrealistic solution. 3. Implement legislation by any means to exacerbate the inequity. 4. Blame the mess on the opposition because nobody liked the unrealistic solution proposed.
There's one good thing I see coming from this. Millions of lowincome U.S. citizens are now realizing that "fair share" applies to them as well.
JEREMY OWEN, Kennewick