The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Border

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The United States borders have failed in keeping Americans safe, and denying entry from illegal people. Illegal immigrants enter the country each day. Illegals do not pay taxes and take away jobs from actual citizens. Illegal immigrants also pose a huge threat for national security. Along with illegal immigrants entering the country, some bring drugs, and illegal substances and weapons. Terrorist organizations also bring in hundreds of illegal radicals each year. The United States must crack down on this issue, strengthening our borders, as well as implementing background checks. If policies are put into places that make the United States more secure, the nation 's security and well being will be drastically improved.
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America is not reaching its full potential if their is constantly thousands of people mooching off of the government. If Illegal immigrants keep pouring into the country it makes it increasingly difficult to find illegals in the system. Drugs and weapons are smuggled in by some illegals which infect the lives of thousands of Americans causing them to become addicted to drugs, and using non registered guns for violence. Radicals easily entering the country citizens or not, pose huge threats for the nation 's security. Terror attacks happen countless times each year, taking the lives of innocent Americans. The United States needs a change in policy to strengthen our borders, have more in depth background checks, and make it increasingly more difficult to enter this country and become a citizen. Once these policies are implemented America 's economy will be much stronger. The system is at maximum effectiveness when all of the people are contributing to the country. Currently the United States uses a “Catch & Release” system for illegals caught entering the country. This policy needs to be abolished so that immigrants understand that stiff consequences await if they are caught entering the country

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