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  • Yes, as secure as it needs to be.

    The US border is secure enough. After all, what do some people want, a reincarnation of the Berlin wall? We can only secure a border as much as we can; we should be focusing on other ways to deal with immigration and allowing and welcoming immigrants in under certain circumstances, instead of reinforcing barbed wire.

  • Yes, as secure as it needs to be.

    The US border is secure enough. After all, what do some people want, a reincarnation of the Berlin wall? We can only secure a border as much as we can; we should be focusing on other ways to deal with immigration and allowing and welcoming immigrants in under certain circumstances, instead of reinforcing barbed wire.

  • Hahaha is this even a serious question?

    No. The U.S. Border is not nearly secure enough. Can you people look at the stats for how many illegals enter the U.S. Every single day?? It's frightening. While some may argue that they are helping to fill up "unwanted" jobs, this is not true. I guarantee that you could walk up to any homeless person and be like "hey would you rather have no job or be a janitor?", and they would say "janitor please!" The main issue is that the majority of illegal immigrants send the money they make back to their family in Mexico, which kills the U.S. Economy.

  • No, the US border is not secure enough.

    The US border is not secure enough as evidenced by the lucrative drug trade running between California and Mexico. The border is incredibly expansive and it is unreasonable to think that the government has the resources necessary to fully secure our border. Numerous civilian volunteer groups exist to help secure the border in their local areas as the government can't provide the manpower necessary. Although, the border is not secure "enough" to guarantee that there are no weak spots, it is safe to accept that "somewhat secure" might be the best American citizens can hope for.

  • Not even a little bit

    As of right now, illegal immigrants outnumber border patrol agents about 3,000 to 1. And the 1 agent is only able to catch about (on average) 2-300 of these immigrants. That, my friends, is woefully inadequate. We need at least 5, 6 or even 7 times as many border patrol agents if we even want to make a dent in the number of illegal immigrants getting past the border.

  • Over 11,000,000 illegal immigrants

    Illegal Alien Population in the U.S. (March 2010)

    If the border is so secure how are there over
    11,200,000 in the U.S.
    The estimated number of illegal aliens living in the United States as of March 2010 (Pew Hispanic Research). In January 2010, the Department of Homeland Security estimated that 10,800,000 illegal aliens are living in the United States (DHS.Gov).


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