U.S. Congress is once again tackling immigration policy. Which of the options below most closely matches your position on the issue?
- Sensenbrenner’s idea of putting up a big fat fence and reinforcing it with hundreds more security guards makes the most sense. After all, any of those hoodlums crossing the border could be terrorists.
- Bush and the Senate Judiciary Committee have it right: Put more resources into border control, but also establish a guest worker program and a system by which immigrants already in the U.S. working and paying taxes can work towards residency/citizenship.
- Blow down the fences and disarm the Minute Men. This country has no chance of competing economically with the rest of the world if we don’t welcome immigrant talent and sweat wholeheartedly.
With my new signature, I’ve decided to put this question to Forumosans, who are all in some way immigrants, but then again I’ve known some pretty conservative Forumosans, so here we go…
[Apologies if this poll has already been taken. I haven’t visited in a long while.]
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