Can we do this?
Can we do this?
It's a start in the right direction, and i doubt it will pan out.
His idea still calls for us paying to build the prisions in mexico and also paying the expenses to staff and operate the prisons.
Honestly i would rather see the money spent to do this, used to arm gaurds and fortify border. Send them home like they should have been in the first place and shoot when they try to come back illegally.
I'm not sure why they keep turning there backs on the fact there illegal and by paying 1 cent to assist them or jail them is stealing from the taxpayers. The billions spent here to save a billion could be better spent to solve the problem.
Just ship them to Mexico City. Load them on a plane, land it, and shove them off. Much cheaper....
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I don't like that the way that is structured. It just sends more jobs out of Ca....construction jobs, prison jobs, etc... That does not help Ca or the U.S. economy.
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If Arnie would follow through on turning all the INS holds over to the Feds, there would be an instant 27,000 person drop in the inmate population, but he won't. Why? Because the Feds pay CA to hold them, and Arnie knows they pay more than it actually costs so there's money to be made.
This is just another grand standing press op for the dickhead.
"Don't you realize that there are already enough people in the world to hate without you putting in so much effort to give me another?"
As long as they send the other 20 million illegals with them.... and finish the f**king fence!!!
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