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by: James Denison May 12, 2010 3:36 PM PDT

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I have solved the illegal immigrant problem

by James Denison - 5/12/10 3:36 PM

I'm sitting here watching HLN Prime News on cable TV. It's about an illegal alien female whose parents are illegal as is she and a student slot at Kennesaw university in Georgia is taken by her. That of course keeps a citizen student out since she the alien didn't enroll as a foreign student. Her lack of driver's license and illegal status was discovered on a traffic stop. So, what happens? She's given a year reprieve to continue the illegal activity. I guess that makes it legal now? Or does it mean a setting aside of the laws of this nation?

While watching the news I suddenly realized the perfect solution for the alien immigration problem. Swaps. Yes, for each illegal alien allowed to remain in our country, we must swap one US citizen out to their homeland. We have foreign student swaps, so why not foreign citizen swaps?! Of course it would have to be qualified and that should be based on swapping out those who support illegal aliens being here in America. For each illegal discovered, we grab one liberal supporter of illegal aliens, one employer of illegal aliens, and remove their citizenship and deport them to the country the illegal came from, to take their place. That way both countries can have illegal aliens and it will all balance out. Liberals should stand up and cheer for this! Not only will they finally have a situation that allows the illegal aliens to stay here, they can go and learn about the culture where the illegal aliens left, and become even more diverse in their understanding of the "plight" of these illegal aliens.

Yes, this is the law we need, the law of citizen swaps, ours who support illegal aliens here being exchanges for the illegals who come here.

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