Can he do it?

Donald Trump says he can. He says he can deport the illegal immigrants, “so fast that your head will spin.”

That is quite a statement and one many in the media, many up on the public stage of the Republican presidential candidacy, and many across much of the nation doubt.

Trump says he can do it, and that is that. On September 10th, in response to a question as to how long he thinks his massive deportation of 11 million illegal aliens will take, he said, “I think it’s a process than can take 18 months to two years if properly handled.”

He says it can be done with “… really good management.” Considering managerial skills appear to be lacking in all facets of our nation’s administration, we should be open minded to the concept that with some “really good management” we might be able to pull it off.

Eighteen months to two-years is fast. Especially when considering it took years of blatant disregard, and what can only be seen as facilitation, by our own government, national, state, and local, to create the problem of 11 million people that frankly nobody knows the location of.

Trump brings up another point, and that is 11 million people is the number we keep hearing and repeating, but no one knows what the real number is, and he says it could be higher.

“We have to get them out. And, if we have wonderful cases, they can come back in, but they have to come back in legally.”

Illegal is illegal. On that note Trump is 100% right. These people are criminals-period. There is no parsing that, there is no excuse making, there is no way around it.

If Trump can deport all of the illegal aliens in as short a period of time as he says, we are sure to see crime go down, the economy get a boost, our debt go down, Americans getting back to work, and our nation beginning to recover, in which case, he will be fulfilling his campaign promise to “Make America Great Again.”

Source: BizPacReview



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