Saturday, August 1, 2020

A Dangerous Precedent


I find myself wondering if a Mexican person with a passport can just enter the U.S. (before the pandemic) or if that is restricted?  I know that people from the U.S. went to Mexico all the time.

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From: John Coffey
Date: Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 8:40 PM
Subject: Re: A Dangerous Precedent
To: Albert Nelms 


I went onto Google maps and used Street View to see the "wall" at several different locations.  It is easier to see on the Mexican side.  Roads in Mexico to exit the country to the US tend to run along the wall for some reason.  The areas on the Mexican side also tend to have many shops and businesses.  On the US side, there might not be anything but desert, or there might be a city there.

I don't like that we have to build a wall.  It is not beautiful as Trump said.  It is kind of ugly, but I think that it is necessary.

I am starting to think that different cultures have a hard time integrating together.  Look at all the problems that we have had.  Some people can come here and do well.  Others might hate us, or at least despise us.  At the moment we apparently despise ourselves.


On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 8:09 PM Albert Nelms wrote:
Allowing illegal aliens to obtain professional licenses will set a dangerous precedent not only for New Jersey, but for the rest of the nation.


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