I guess this is actually a decent idea. Immigrants want out fine, as long as they committed no heinous crimes they can be sent back to Mexico. I think it is funny how they contributed to our economic situation and now because it doesn't suit them and states are starting to use their constitutional sovereignty illegals are high tailing out of here! So i guess some good came of this! Let's hope they get out of the US for good!
Of course it is no surprise that Obamanus hasn't responded. He refuses to help the people, he just wants to do what he wants to do...and sending them back isn't in his agenda. He is probably pissed about this. HEHEHE!
An anti-illegal immigration group is calling on the Obama administration to ensure a smooth exit for illegal immigrants who are trying to leave the U.S. due to the weak economy and Arizona's strict new immigration law.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is urging U.S. citizens to pressure the White House and the Homeland Security Department to establish "safe departure" border checkpoints along the U.S. border for illegal immigrants so they can leave without fear of being detained or prosecuted for immigration crimes.
"The peaceful and gradual exodus of illegals from Arizona shows there is no need for comprehensive immigration reform amnesty," William Gheen, president of the group, said in a written statement. "Comprehensive immigration enforcement works and has the desired effect without mass deportations."
Gheen said the safe passage would ensure that illegals "leave in an orderly fashion, instead of trying risky desert crossings, paying money to the cartels for passage south, or fleeing to other states."
"This is about the only situation we would ever advocate that our immigration laws be waived," Gheen said. "We want to encourage the illegals to leave America on their own and thus we ask Obama to provide them safe passage out of America."
Neither the White House nor Homeland Security responded to e-mails seeking comment.
An estimated 100,000 illegal immigrants have left Arizona in the past two years as it cracked down on illegal immigration and its economy was hard hit by the recession. A Department of Homeland Security report on illegal immigrants estimates Arizona's illegal immigrant population peaked in 2008 at 560,000, and a year later dipped to 460,000.
It is not clear how many have left since the new law passed in April. Some are leaving the U.S. and others are heading to neighboring states.
Gheen told FoxNews.com that he would not want safe passage for illegal immigrants accused of serious criminal offenses, such as murder or rape.
"The main thing is, we just want them to leave," Gheen said, adding that if all immigration laws were enforced, the number of illegals would be reduced to less than 1 million in 10 years.
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