Nearly 30 years after the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986 was signed into law by President Reagan, ostensibly to fix the illegal alien problem once and for all, America begins 2014 embroiled in yet another bitter, divisive, gut-wrenching debate over the fate of tens of millions of illegals who reside here unlawfully.
These tens of millions of uninvited and unwelcome peoples have settled here despite IRCA and despite the terrorist attack of 9/11 which should have caused our leaders to forcibly close US borders to unlawful entry.
As US lawmakers struggle to find answers to this continuing problem, our leaders should look south to our troubled neighbors in Mexico, where some of the toughest, no-nonsense immigration laws in the world are on the books.
What? You’re saying we should act like a bunch of greedy, vindictive, elitist savages?
Couldn’t we just adopt the Mexican policies and call it multiculturalism? Wouldn’t that be good?
After all, La Raza says Mexican culture is the greatest.