USA’s “broken” immigration system

imagesCAFFQPLDFormer President George W. Bush threw his weight behind comprehensive immigration reform during an interview that aired Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” saying its “very important” Congress fixes a “broken” immigration system, and predicting that a comprehensive bill “has a chance to pass.”

Now to make our position clear we totally agree with President Bush’s sentiments exactly. Congress, since the birth of our nation has been charged with maintaining a clear, concise, and manageable immigration system. That notion has never been disputed; however, given the current state of affairs that the immigration system is in, it is also extremely arguable that those who have served in Congress (both houses!) should be aligned for punitive action.

We have a passion about if one is not part of the solution – then they are part of the pollution. Speaking for myself on this point – how could anyone who has been in Congress for more than 25 years at the high point brag, cajole, wheedle, or write to a constituent that it is because they’ve been in Congress for some amount of years that “they know what is best for this nation”?

We believe that some of the biggest obstacles in getting an immigration reform bill passed is multi-faceted. Yet at the same time we believe that the major reasons why there has been failure upon failure is in what is referred to as the executive function as well as politics.

Looking at the simplicity of the executive function, perhaps it would be better to address the political side first. “The reason to pass immigration reform is not to bolster a Republican Party; it’s to fix a system that’s broken.” “Good policy yields good politics, as far as I’m concerned.” We believe that if the Republican Party takes a “crisis mode” to fix the ensuing growth of Hispanics/Latino individuals into account as their party’s number one fix-it – we believe then, they will lose.

It is rather easy to see that these amounts of people are thinking with their numbers concerning a general election. Of course they want as much as they can get – that is just Gangof8plain human nature. Inducing politics into this matter is disastrous.

On the other hand – the executive function is the process of planning, organizing, and time management. Three operational idioms is all. Yet, we believe that as long as any portion of this immigration reform bill that gets fixated or stalled at any one of these intervals then the entire legislation will fail.

When a quasi-illusive set of people get together and use an identity that is a different name than what their purpose is – we believe that this constitutes some kind of fixation. So let us start it off with Border security. Border security was something that has been passed into law since 1986; yet, our lawmakers have chosen to ignore it.

Therefore we suggest ever so humbly the following: First – plan what it is that your legislation is trying to accomplish; thereafter, set the objectives and the goals accordingly with achievement being the first standard. Second – Organize what the prospective mission is to do – the totality of the project is reform; therefore, everything should start out with “How do we try to perform this task…” Finally, Third – is the notion of time management.

01P0005Time management should not possess a problem for anyone…Period! If one is drafting legislation to improve, change, fix, restructure, and change an existing “broken system” then this process is literally a works in progress. Any and all people who are illegal in the USA should just close their mouths and live accordingly; whilst at the same time those interested in fixing that broken system should be as patient as possible.

We understand that this process is not fixing a “bad, unworkable, or broken system.” Rather if one looks at the current system that does not exist, it should be clear that the USA is implementing an immigration system.

Former President George W. Bush threw his weight behind comprehensive immigration reform during an interview that aired Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” saying its “very important” Congress fixes a “broken” immigration system, and predicting that a comprehensive bill “has a chance to pass.”

Now to make our position clear we totally agree with President Bush’s sentiments exactly. Congress, since the birth of our nation has been charged with maintaining a clear, concise, and manageable immigration system. That notion has never been disputed; however, given the current state of affairs that the immigration system is in, it is also extremely arguable that those who have served in Congress (both houses!) should be aligned for punitive action.

We have a passion about if one is not part of the solution – then they are part of the pollution. Speaking for myself on this point – how could anyone who has been in Congress for more than 25 years at the high point brag, cajole, wheedle, or write to a constituent that it is because they’ve been in Congress for some amount of years that “they know what is best for this nation”?

We believe that some of the biggest obstacles in getting an immigration reform bill passed is multi-faceted. Yet at the same time we believe that the major reasons why there has been failure upon failure is in what is referred to as the executive function as well as politics.

Looking at the simplicity of the executive function, perhaps it would be better to address the political side first. “The reason to pass immigration reform is not to bolster a Republican Party; it’s to fix a system that’s broken.” “Good policy yields good politics, as far as I’m concerned.” We believe that if the Republican Party takes a “crisis mode” to fix the ensuing growth of Hispanics/Latino individuals into account as their party’s number one fix-it – we believe then, they will lose.

It is rather easy to see that these amounts of people are thinking with their numbers concerning a general election. Of course they want as much as they can get – that is just plain human nature. Inducing politics into this matter is disastrous.

On the other hand – the executive function is the process of planning, organizing, and time management. Three operational idioms is all. Yet, we believe that as long as any portion of this immigration reform bill that gets fixated or stalled at any one of these intervals then the entire legislation will fail.

When a quasi-illusive set of people get together and use an identity that is a different name than what their purpose is – we believe that this constitutes some kind of fixation. So let us start it off with Border security. Border security was something that has been passed into law since 1986; yet, our lawmakers have chosen to ignore it.

Therefore we suggest ever so humbly the following: First – plan what it is that your legislation is trying to accomplish; thereafter, set the objectives and the goals accordingly with achievement being the first standard. Second – Organize what the prospective mission is to do – the totality of the project is reform; therefore, everything should start out with “How do we try to perform this task…” Finally, Third – is the notion of time management.

Time management should not possess a problem for anyone…Period! If one is drafting legislation to improve, change, fix, restructure, and change an existing “broken system” then this process is literally a works in progress. Any and all people who are illegal in the USA should just close their mouths and live accordingly; whilst at the same time those interested in fixing that broken system should be as patient as possible.

We understand that this process is not fixing a “bad, unworkable, or broken system.” Rather if one looks at the current system that does not exist, it should be clear that the USA is implementing an immigration system.

 

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