Answer to illegals
With the country already $17.5 trillion in debt, the last thing we need is to start taking care of all the illegal immigrants — men, women and children — who have gotten a free pass into this country.
I, for one, am tired of working to pay for all the loafers we have now, so I have a simple cost-cutting solution for all the illegals coming here.
Instead of giving them food, shelter, clothing and what have you, I suggest we save all that money and just put them all on a 747 or Army cargo plane and fly them all back to somewhere in Central America. They can find their way to wherever from there.
It's cost-cutting and still humanitarian, since we aren't letting them be here without food, shelter and a place to sleep.
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