Friday, March 10, 2006

Senators in Washington are debating immigration reform are trying to decide whether an actual fence or a 'virtual' fence should be built along parts of the US/Mexican boarder.

Republicans are split on a proposal for a "virtual" fence, using cameras and other technology to monitor illegal traffic. Some want more real fences or walls for long stretches of the line.

OK, I'm a uniter, not a divider, so here's my suggestion: HOW ABOUT BOTH?!?!?!

Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif., who co-wrote the House bill calling for the border fence, said he was taken aback by seeing the size and scale the project would require."I just can't get over how massive this is, compared to (the border) in California," he told the Arizona Republic. "The prospect of a wall is kind of a tough, tough thing."

Is it tougher than supporting MILLIONS of illegal aliens? Geez...

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