Most standard home mortgages do not involve government insurance, do they? Only FHA and VA loans involve the government. In the case of a standard mortgage, the only security on the note is the property.vauge said:Excellent question! Welcome to Debate Politics!
One one hand you have capitolists (which I am) that go where the money is.
On the other, morgages are monitored and insured by the governement.
So...because of the governements involvment in home morgages - I voted no.
They can, it just takes a lot of time and it is a very strenuous process...plus America needs its illegal immigrants. Part of our agriculture economy would collapse without them.Gandhi>Bush said:Why can't people immigrate legally?
The problem is that this is a process that takes years and most of the time, they need the money then, not later. It would be better, but if you realized the desperation of the poor in some of these latin american countries, you would realize why they go to the lengths they do to get paid even a little bit. Plus, you have places that are controlled by dictators in some latin american countries and they may want to just get out of there and into someplace that is a democracy, I don't know.Gandhi>Bush said:If they can, why don't they do it. Wouldn't it be better in the long run to go through the strenuous process rather than running from the border patrol, crossing over, staying awhile, getting paid by the beans, and finally being deported back to start over again?
Which is why the United States should enact a guest worker program.ShamMol said:They can, it just takes a lot of time and it is a very strenuous process...plus America needs its illegal immigrants. Part of our agriculture economy would collapse without them.