Jun 102014

Why does the government insist on hunting for complicated solutions to problems that can be solved very easily? Once you have a government job is it really that hard to consider simple solutions?

The state of Arizona has become a dumping ground for illegal immigrants crossing the border into Texas. A large number of those illegals are children… Children with out any adult supervision other than the coyotes that bring them across the border and abandon them. Some of these unsupervised children are being used as drug mules to get drugs from Mexico into the United States.

The state of Texas is covered up with this massive illegal immigration, with thousands upon thousands of illegal immigrants crossing into Texas every single month. The system to handle these illegal immigrants in Texas has become so overwhelmed that ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) has run out of places to put these immigrants in Texas, and their solution is to force this plague on other states. ICE and the Border Patrol are now dumping unaccompanied illegal immigrant children in Texas, Arizona, New York, Maryland, and other states.

Dumped kids

Children dumped by ICE and the Border Patrol on the streets of downtown Phoenix, Arizona

Dumping unaccompanied illegal immigrant children. They are loading these immigrants on buses in border areas in Texas, driving them to downtown Phoenix, Arizona (among other places) and putting them out on the street,,,abandoning them, giving them nothing but a bottle of water.

Stop anf think for a moment. Imagine yourself driving a child of 10 or 12 who you are legally responsible for to Phoenix. Imagine yourself deciding, once you reach Phoenix, that you really don’t want to be responsible for that child so you pull over to the curb, give the kid a bottle of water, and leave him or her standing on the curb as you drive off, abandoning them.

Do you suppose you have broken any laws? Do you suppose Arizona has any laws against child endangerment? Do you suppose you might be arrested and prosecuted for child abuse if you were caught abandoninga child on the streets of Phoenix?

Yet that is EXACTLY what ICE and the Border Patrol are doing, and stopping them would be simple…very simple.

Having a badge, a gun, and being employed by the federal government does not exempt an ICE agent from laws against child abuse, so treat them exactly as you or I would be treated if we abused a child…arrest them, charge them, try them (with no plea bargains), and if they are convicted send them to prison.

How many Border Patrol or ICE agents do you think would comply with an order to break the law (not to mention that is abusive to children) if they thought there was any chance whatsoever it was going to result in a prison sentence for them?

I am betting that the answer is… Oh, let’s say… Approximately zero.

It is time that Obama’s goons were brought to heel, and right now, over this issue, in Arizona, would be a damn good place to start.

Semi-retired North Georgia writer, blogger, boiled peanut salesman, fisherman, politician – baiter…and the best damn cook you know who doesn’t make a living at it.

Which do I enjoy the most? It’s a toss up between fishin’ and baiting politicians.


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