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  • Yes, Border patrol brings jobs and security

    Border patrol agents are the well trained me and women who keep the US safe. Border patrol gives the US over 21 thousand jobs. It also more importantly Keeps illegal immigrants from crossing and potentially threatening the safety of our nation. With out these border patrol agents, drug lords and terrorists could easily enter the US.

  • US Military should Patrol the Borders.

    It's important to keep our border safe. The military should protect the borders to make sure terrorists and illegal immigrants can't get in. Even if they can't be along the entire border all the time, the military could send a message that illegal entry could result in death. We should be stronger on crime.

  • Yes, the US Military Should Patrol and Protect Our Borders.

    The United States Military is meant to protect our country. This includes patrolling the borders. Many terrorists have been known to enter the US through Canada or Mexico. By limiting who is able to enter the country, we can cut down on acts of terror.

    Monitoring the borders will also cut down on illegal immigrants who refuse to play by the rules and benefit from tax payer dollars but do not contribute in return.

  • We all protect our homes!

    Protecting our borders is no different than putting up a fence around our homes or locking your doors at night. Nothing good comes from an infiltration of illegal immigrants as it floods our nation with an unskilled workforce that compete with our own citizens trying to get out of poverty. Illegal immigration is nothing more than an invasionary force of people that do not respect our laws of legal immigration. They run from their country for jobs so can we expect them to run from our country when another country looks better? I pay federal taxes so that the constitution is enforced and I expect our borders to be protected federally!

  • Protect our country

    We need to protect our boarders from invaders. Would you leave your doors on your house unlocked? After-all there could be people in difficult circumstances without a home. Or would you lock the door because you don't know who the people are? We need to know who we let into the house. I think military should be used when large caravans of people try to storm and force their way into our house. Help the ones in dire circumstances. . . The rest can wait in line behind those who follow the law. Stop making this about white and Hispanic. . That's the only argument the other side has. Hate to tell you, But many immigrants who came here through proper channels aren't fans of this either.

  • Time to do whatever (nearly) it takes

    Many of us have come to expect as normal the unprecedented flow of people crossing our boarder or else they live in a bubble. A temporary military presence could do some good to stem the migrant tide, as long as they are able to exercise real authority and not just be a welcoming committee in camo. We must also not continue this inane practice of catch and release. Catch and detain or release back over the border. But to release illegal aliens into the interior of the country?? Makes one wonder who are government really works for.

  • Yes, it is my firm conviction that our U.S.Military should guard our border. At this point, it is our only option to keep America safe.

    We have had issues on the boarder for years and years. If we care about our country, the border must be maintained with safety. Since the Democrats do not agree to any proposal made from the White House, then it is the President's duty to take the matter under advisement, especially with someone as astute as General Mattis.

  • Yes. Good training when not deployed.

    It should be no different than the Coast Guard taking care of our water borders. It would be good training for when troops are not deployed oversees... They seem to do similar training anyway when they are here in the U.S... Why not station them in the border towns and patrol the areas where the fences end and do surveillance on the walls.

  • Yes. Good training when not deployed.

    It should be no different than the Coast Guard taking care of our water borders. It would be good training for when troops are not deployed oversees... They seem to do similar training anyway when they are here in the U.S... Why not station them in the border towns and patrol the areas where the fences end and do surveillance on the walls.

  • U.S military Oath

    Protect our country. We have the cartels traveling back and forth. We need the U.S. Military to defend our country. Terrorist,illegal.... I believe in the border patrol working main entryways to the U.S. ,Mexico,Canada. Why do we put our military in other countries,not in the U.S.A.
    We are so far behind. Maybe our Government is corrupt like Mexico's?

  • The U.S already spends millions of dollars patrolling the border.

    Since the last major overhaul of the U.S. immigration system in 1986, the federal government has spent an estimated $263 billion on immigration enforcement. As discussions with a new President and Congress start to focus on what immigration enforcement and border security should look like it is important to review how much money has already been spent on these initiatives and what outcomes have been produced.

  • The U.S already spends millions of dollars patroling the border.

    Though the Border Patrol was established in 1924, and some militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border region occurred prior to recent decades, it has been in the years following the 9/11 catastrophe that the border has been subjected to unprecedented military escalations. When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created in 2002, the agency formerly known as Immigration and Naturalization Services was moved from the Department of Justice to DHS, and immigration enforcement programs and policy emphasized a focus on anti-terrorism. Since then, militarization has been steadily increased and normalized at the U.S.-Mexico border and within border enforcement agencies.

  • The United States already spends millions of dollars in patrolling the border

    Though the Border Patrol was established in 1924, and some militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border region occurred prior to recent decades, it has been in the years following the 9/11 catastrophe that the border has been subjected to unprecedented military escalations. When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created in 2002, the agency formerly known as Immigration and Naturalization Services was moved from the Department of Justice to DHS, and immigration enforcement programs and policy emphasized a focus on anti-terrorism. Since then, militarization has been steadily increased and normalized at the U.S.-Mexico border and within border enforcement agencies.

  • The United States already spends millions of dollars in patrolling the border

    Though the Border Patrol was established in 1924, and some militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border region occurred prior to recent decades, it has been in the years following the 9/11 catastrophe that the border has been subjected to unprecedented military escalations. When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created in 2002, the agency formerly known as Immigration and Naturalization Services was moved from the Department of Justice to DHS, and immigration enforcement programs and policy emphasized a focus on anti-terrorism. Since then, militarization has been steadily increased and normalized at the U.S.-Mexico border and within border enforcement agencies.

  • Not for the purpose of immigration "security"

    It would be one thing if we were guarding against a foreign attack but he just wants border police. Central Americans who illegally cross Mexico's border, then our border with Mexico, won't be deterred. Life really is that bad wherever they are fleeing from. It's ridiculous unless they are going to be strolling the northern border to keep out the snowmexicans, too.

  • This is what America has become?

    I am a Soldier and my job is to wage my nations wars. We aren't law enforcers to be unleashed on civilians. You people are sick and disgusting. The coast guard is part of the Department of Homeland Security. How far are we to fall trampling on everything that make us great as a nation? Have we truly become a nation of hate and bigotry? I'm ashamed.

  • Military should NOT patrol the boarder

    You should all be ashamed of your selfs, wanting to have some one patrol the boarder just so people from other countries can't get in. Some people are not as wealthy as the immigrants who come across the boarder legally some families have to come to the US because of there circumstances and having the US military kill them SHAME ON YOU!

  • Military should NOT patrol the boarder

    You should all be ashamed of your selfs, wanting to have some one patrol the boarder just so people from other countries can't get in. Some people are not as wealthy as the immigrants who come across the boarder legally some families have to come to the US because of there circumstances and having the US military kill them SHAME ON YOU!

  • The mest up whites

    This goes to show how selfish and how fucked up most white people can be. You had Mit Rommney trying to get rid of the Hispanics and thinks that making a music video for no reason. Then you have Donald trump or should a say Donald fuck who offends others and refuses to do anything else about the US. All he wants is to ban all Hispanics from America and will end up killing the US so fuck those to fools and the rest that believe that banning Hispanics will make a difference.

  • No the military should not patrol the borders

    The US in general doesn't need more troops walking around our borders, it is a waste of troops and a waste of time anyways a few generations in advance there will be men and women who's parents were illegal immigrants and will be able to serve for this country. The US shouldn't waste time or troops on the borders.


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