Thursday, May 31, 2007

Government Can't Track 1 Man, How About 12 Million?

How is it that a globe-trotting Atlanta lawyer with a dangerous strain of tuberculosis was able to travel to Europe then to Canada and was allowed back into the U.S.? The government failed to keep track of one man with a dangerous disease. Yet, we are expected to believe that this same government is somehow going to keep track of 12 million people that currently reside in the country illegally? Americans are expected to believe that the government can efficiently take on complex tasks like tracking individuals when they so clearly demonstrate they can't. The Bush Administration shouldn't be surprised that so many of us mistrust the false promise of the new "immigration reform" bill being drafted. The government hasn't enforced the current simpler policy; it's certain they lack the capability and eventually the will, to enforce a new one.

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