The prob­lem is un­en­forced borders

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - VIC­TO­RIA COSTANZA Sacra­mento, Calif.

Pres­i­dent Obama re­peats him­self week af­ter week, ac­cus­ing the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives for his in­abil­ity to get any­thing done. Last week, while in Texas, he said he didn’t need to go to the bor­der and see what is go­ing on there.

How­ever, he should have gone to the bor­der where these il­le­galalien chil­dren are be­ing kept so that he could see first­hand the mess his ad­min­is­tra­tion has cre­ated. He could au­tho­rize the Na­tional Guard any­time; he doesn’t have to wait for Congress to pass his com­pre­hen­sive bill. Amer­i­cans need to know that Mr. Obama will en­force our laws at the borders.

When a pa­tient has cancer, the doc­tor treats the area or ar­eas af­fected. Here the af­fected area is the point of en­try to Amer­ica, our borders. Un­til our borders are se­cured, Amer­ica is not pro­tected.

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