Are you responding to me?
If so, please stop. I never beat the drum for any of these wars.
Also, I have no problem helping these kids. However, I wonder how France would like it if we just sent a couple container ships full of poor kids from here and dropped them off at the border.
I want to help them, I'm just not sure how to help them.
Maybe, if we turned our attention and compassion towards the countries they are coming from? If the cartels have created such a problem in these countries? Why can't we take measures to cripple their operations? Like legalizing drugs?
Before anyone throws a fit, answer this; Who would you rather regulate the recreational drug industry....,The FDA or the Latino cartels? Legalization would actually introduce credibility into the ops that we have never been able to shut down, let alone, make a dent in. It would introduce real jobs to those regions. It would take the corruption elements out of those governments significantly. Which would incentivize the cartels to become involved in the free enterprise markets. As well as the regulations implemented in the system. Reducing slave labor and criminal enterprise in the SA's would be a great start to helping those kids.
if we were more concerned with the tyranny they face in their homelands and not the potential voting prospects of these people? perhaps, they would choose to go home on their own? But as long as we continue to enable their leadership, and influential powers of criminal enterprise to rule the day? This problem will continue to grow annually. Thus, we will be arguing over what to do with the next 120,000 children whom enter the country next year.