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... must think of itself first. I know that many steps have already been taken in the protection of the border, and that technology is making headway in better protection. With advances in technology, the next step should be manpower. It seems that even though the DHS has put a higher emphasis on the border, many immigrants are still getting through. While many are just seeking a better life, some could be terrorist seeking entry into America. Because of this, I believe the borders do need a rising of security. The sad fact is that even though the border patrol may raise security, terrorist can still find entry into America. Though citizenship terrorists can sneak by without being noticed, and later cause damage. Still America needs to raise its border patrol with more security, because any damage and terrorism stopped, is still worth every penny put into it.
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