I have this feeling Marco is going to be raked over the coals for his stance on immigration. I happen to agree with him on most of what he says. There are some cold hard realities to face; we do not have the political will to deport 11 million people. The visa system is broken and doesn't work for the needs of the country. If you are a low skilled worker from Mexico or South America and willing to come and work as migrant farm worker, the visa process is next to impossible. That must be fixed. The borders must be secured. We then need to figure out what to do with the otherwise law abiding people who have made a home in this country. He is right, they shouldn't not get citizenship, but a worker's visa is a humane way of handling the problem.
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