Only thing wrong with sending them all back indiscriminately, is that we really would have lots of jobs, like field jobs, unfilled. I HATE to be siding with libs on this argument, but it's not far from the truth. My dad's a farmer, he needs help, he pays well..above minimum wage. No one has come to him looking for jobs. Unemployed friends who I told to contact him, non-have. American's don't want to do the work. Now, that's one farm, in one city, in one state, so maybe it's an isolated incident, but Idk.
What does piss me off with all this amnesty shit is rewarding people who break the law. Same with the Dream Act, just award people for breaking the law (or their parents breaking the law). My dad has four workers besides me and my brother during the high point of the season. All four are brothers from Mexico. Two came with their dad, legally, years ago and grew up here. The other two came legally at different times. The brothers are trying to get their fifth brother up here legally, and one of the guys is trying to get his wife up here legally. They're spending a shit load of money on fees and lawyer costs and etc and it's taken years, I think it's almost two years each so far.
I just don't get it. You have people trying to come here legally and they are being bogged down with paperwork. Paying a shit ton of money. Spending all this time. They have law abiding, hard-working, tax paying, legal citizens family already here. And you're gonna make it difficult for them.....and then just go and grant amnesty to all these people who already broke one law in coming here and are probably breaking more. It just bewilders me. How people can have that thought process, it just confuses me.