The establishment system is compacted complex. It’s imponderable; cannot be precisely evaluated. Some policies are impolitic; not expedient or wise. Thinking on politics and regulations, I considered “open borders.” “What are they?”
Open borders supporters can highlight certain remarks that appear to support open borders. “Let us seek for others the same possibilities which we seek for ourselves.” For immigrants from developing countries to enjoy the same opportunities as people living in developed countries, they must be allowed to enter and remain in advanced countries.” But, we need a process.” It’s tricky. People can shrink into the fabric of the terrain.” Immigrants want to live humanely and just but there are policies. How do we do this equitably and even with consideration and love. I have some ideas. Who will listen? We have hard decisions. Once people are here, what can you do? Perhaps, part of the problem is that many of our own United States citizens do not utilize the benefits which are freely available. You can’t really blame people for wanting to be here. It’s a good place to be. What about people who come in and don’t pay taxes to support our country? What about employers who hire people but no taxes? Can the immigration system be fixed? Do you think opening the borders sets up for a one global government? What about University system…is the United States producing capable scientists, engineers and teaching and training teachers to effectively teach our inner city children? Has the “system” failed our inner city children? What are “Open Borders?” “Does Washington care about what the majority of the American people think. Do you feel ignored? Have the government controlled issues become so foreign that you feel helpless to question? Is there Homeland Security? What about the drug flow?
Are our borders effective? Suppose the hospitals could not afford to care for the bursting population? The Supreme Court recently ruled against President Obama’s expanded deferred action program. The program, first announced in November, 2014 would have granted de facto amnesty and work authorization, but not a pathway to legal citizenship! To a large portion of people in the United States who bypassed the proper process. I just want to say don’t give up hope! Things may appear confusing. Be strong and courageous, be not afraid regardless! Be accountable too for WHAT you are voting for. Consider the values of the nominee? It’s your choice and not to vote because “everybody else is voting for…” Forget the person and look at the principles. Pray to God for America to help our country come back to Him. Teach your children at home.
Jeanette Grattan Parker, Ph.D. Superintendent/Founder-Today’s Fresh Start Charter School, 4514 Crenshaw BL., LA 90043 323-293-9826 [writer, artist, educator, speaker, marriage expert (50+) Copyright: “Will You Marry Me” and “Inquiring Minds Want To Know.”] References to Joel Newman, Open Borders and the Golden Rule; Christianity and Politics; Bill Richer; Michaelangelo Landgrave “Win minds, not votes” [email protected]