All The More Reason To Make It Tighter

So Mexico doesn’t like the US tightening border controls from “laughable” to “merely ludicrous” eh?

Mexico is complaining about tough new U.S. rules on foreigners that make it more difficult for millions of illegal immigrants from Mexico to get driver’s licenses.

I don’t want it to be tough, I want it to be impossible. I want our borders secure. End of story. If it means that strawberries cost a little more or someone in Rumson has to mow their own lawn, so be it.
Our border has been the escape valve for all of Mexico’s social ills. It’s time for the mexican elite to face the music of their corruption.

5 Responses to “All The More Reason To Make It Tighter”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    And don’t even get me started on this “Motor/Voter” shit. How many illegals got to vote?

  2. Ken Summers says:

    Maybe we should take a lesson from the way Mexico treats its illegal immigrants.
    Nah, we don’t even treat terrorists that bad.

  3. Nightfly says:

    For the non-Jerseyans, Rumson is rather hoitey-toitey: so much so that they probably spell it hoighty-toighty. McMansion Central, some of it.
    As for Motor/Voter – I registered that way when I moved in August and changed my license information. Come November, who had to fill a provisional ballot because I wasn’t on the rolls, three months after the fact? And when did that person finally get his card from the county registrar? MARCH. I actually hope the illegals DO try it that way, ’cause then they’ll get so sick of the bureacracy they’ll leave.

  4. Dave J says:

    Speaking of voter registration, I just recently got something from the Leon County Supervisor of Elections–six months after leaving Tallahassee and three months after trading in my Florida driver’s license for a Massachusetts one, registering to vote here at the same time. I remember there being a an article somewhere a while back about how there are THOUSANDS of people registered to vote in more than one state, and a smaller but still not small enough percentage of them who’ve been double-voting for years, i.e., in person in one state and absentee in the other.

  5. Ken Summers says:

    Heh. When I was in high school I registered to vote in San Bernardino county (age 17, because I would turn 18 before the general election). Then I went off to college (before the general election) and reregistered there. I could have voted absentee in SB also, but didn’t.
    However, about six months after the election I got a jury summons from SB…

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