Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Immigration Problem Solved

According to a report from the Pew center, for the first time since the depression, more Mexicans leave the United States than enter.  Reasons cited were:  Weak U.S. job and housing construction market, tightened border controls, a rise in deportations and a decline in Mexican birthrates.

It would seem that our immigration problems are solving themselves.  The politicians can move along to some other issue, now.

Stay tuned.


chlost said...

My first response to this information is "Duh!" This has always been driven by people needing work to support their families. Too bad this issue can't be handled more permanently.

Margie's Musings said...

The way to solve the immigration problem is to heavily fine the people and businesses who hire them.