Immigration or citizenship

This article is irritating.

But then so is the politics behind the immigration legislation. I say let the chips fall where they may and figure out how some Mexicans living in the US can obtain citizenship and why some cannot.

The last thing we need is successful Mexicans living in the US. The first thing we need is successful Americans living in the US. The unsuccessful can go back home. And while we are at it, the Mexican criminals can go back home to finish their incarceration.

I don’t particularly care how many years it takes someone from the Philippines to become a citizen (read the article). I care about having as many successful Americans as possible and as few illegals as possible.

And don’t talk to me about jumping to the head of the line. I don’t care about being fair to all when it comes to immigration. We either have a good neighbor policy or we don’t. We play the hand we are dealt, not the one we wish we had. Sure I wish things were different but they are not.

Get off the chamber pot and get on with life. We have had enough of your cr@pola, Mr. Republican and Mr. Democrat.

How do we incent the good to become citizens and disincent the bad? Go figure that out.

What the political parties do best…blame each other

We know how the Washington blame game goes… Representative Sean Duffy is fed Republican Party scripted material and tells us that Democrats and President Obama are to blame for America’s ills. Obama and the Democrats of course blame the Republicans.
But, as a member of the House of Representatives, Sean Duffy helps dictate funding for the US government. Clearly if he helps decide what projects to fund and how to balance our budget, then he has a role in our nation’s problems. But, neither party admits their role in our problems, so how can we– the American People– expect any solutions from them?
Sean Duffy is a decent man, but he’s shackled (like Pat Kreitlow) by a lamestream political party that tells him to blame the other side for America’s ills.  Both Republican and Democratic parties control their members to ensure that their candidates do not go against the party ideology. Watch Rep. Duffy do as he was instructed by the Republican Party: blame the problem on Democrats.