Dear future President,
Everyone's problem in the United States is immigration. In my eyes immigrants should have the right to come have a better life and get treated differently. We have a lot of people in our country that are dangerous too. Let's talk about the cops, criminals, people with disease and more. You can’t just judge and blame people for other's actions. People thinks it’s all about them and it's not even half of that. People have been through 10 times worse than most Americans. We all have our own problems. We shouldn’t blame others about what's going on in this world. We have to look at our government and our President for the actions of letting immigrants in too.
Immigrants don’t hate the people of America. They're mad at the government and Congress. ”Why do terrorists hate America enough to give up their lives in order to deal the country such mortal blows? Of course it’s not America the terrorists hate; it's American foreign policy. It's what the United States has done to the world in the past half century -- all the violence, the bombings, the depleted uranium, the cluster bombs, the assassinations, the promotion of torture, the overthrow of governments, and more."
Background checks need to improve for immigrants. The guards should change how they search everyone's bag. To me they should make people take tests to get in America. Also they should make people do blood work and get checkup for people that are sickly. To me people should also get x-rays just in cause they put the bombs in their body. The way immigration shouldn’t be is judging people by what they do and how they do it.
What I feel needs to happen with all this is for us to not judge some immigrants because of other people's mistakes. Terrorists should be to blame, but also America. America is also a problem because of all the government policy for immigrants. Everyone shouldn’t get treated differently off of other's mistakes and stupidity. To me everyone need a new life and deserves to get treated better and find better. America offers this.
The Washington Post