Well actually in a way you did…
No, I actually didn’t. How about, oh, I dunno, the folks already tasked with keeping track of folks, like ICE. Or maybe the Social Security Administration? Or, say, state and federal prison systems? All of which, we would probably both agree, are less than perfect at that whole keeping track thing because keeping track of humans is more challenging than herding cats. So why pick the IRS, of all things?
Re: wearing a yellow staragain right for the Holocaust references
In this case the shoe fits, so Christie has to wear it. I don’t use Holocaust references lightly, but the sort of measures Christie, Trump, and their ilk are proposing are exactly the sorts of things that lead to race-based pogroms. It might be helpful for you to educate yourself on what became termed the “Mexican Repatriation” in the 1930s, in which as many as 2 million people were displaced from the US to Mexico, 60% of whom were US citizens.
Re: But they don’t know where it is, now do they?When an immigrant is lost to the system it means they are not SSI, EBT, welfare, etc…
And yet a shipper of inanimate objects is supposed to magically come up with some way to fix this.
Re: How to deliver bombsB 10 o’clock the next day….
I’ll take this attempt at a joke as acknowledgment that you don’t really have a response to that particular argument.
Re: chips, ankle trackers,wow you really go off the deep end to fill in for words that Christie never said…
Hey, you’re the one wanting to “think outside the box.” Or maybe you have some other idea of how to keep constant physical track of visitors to the US so you can follow through on Christie’s words: “We need to have a system that tracks you from the moment you come in, and then when your time is up … however long your visa is, then we go get you. We tap you on the shoulder and say, ‘Excuse me. Thanks for coming. Time to go.’” Any ideas, hotshot?
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