Stats show that Third Party Candidates are getting more attention from the voters. Maybe because the internet makes it just as easy for Third Party Candidates to get their point across as the candidates of the major parties. Whatever the reason, Third Party Candidates and Third Party Candidates positions on the major issues of the day are becoming more well known. And informed voter should have a much information about the Third Party Candidates running for the highest office in the land as they can. Whether or not you agree with a Third Party Candidates position on a certain issue, getting to know their position will help you understand the different points of view and help you make a more informed decision. Take the time to visit the Web Sites of the Third Party Candidates, read their opinions on the issue of Immigration and Border Security and you will get quiet a few different opinions to be sure.
The Third Party Presidential Candidates of the Constitution Party
Dr. Don J. Grundmann
While Dr. Grundermann does not have his position on Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Candidates web site, he does have a link to articles that will give you good insight into his thoughts on the issue..
The Third Party Presidential Candidates of the Green Party
Mr. Augustson does not have his policy on Immigration and and Border Security on his Presidential Candidates Web Site.
Ms. Brown does not have her position on Immigration and Border Security on her Presidential Candidates web site.
Mr. Mesplay has a very extensive article on Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Candidates Web Site. In part, he states, “A grossly expensive, multi-billion dollar triple fence is not the solution to border issues. We need leaders who, like the recent winner of the Nobel Peace prize, recognize the power of micro-lending and community-based economics, which are Green values.” “A better solution toward border enforcement would be to use the billion-plus dollars as small business loans to all communities on both sides of the border.”
The Third Party Presidential Candidates of the Libertarian Party
Mr Hollist does not have a policy on Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Web Site.
Mr. Imperato has the following statement on his Presidential Web Site regarding Immigration and Border Security.”Like most Americans, I am from an immigrant family. I say, we must treat immigrants as people, just as we would treat ourselves. We are a great nation, and need simple solutions that makes everyone happy. I propose joint manufacturing programs, expansion of labor unions and organized labor into Latin America. This will help the people, teach the people, and organize the people, to compete around the world for a Better Americas.”
Mr. Jackson has the following statement on his Presidential Candidates Web Site. “The United States should have free immigration and naturalization as specifically provided for in the Constitution. However, the current federal government has lost control and we need to re-establish open borders. To do this Bob believes that the borders should be effectively sealed from all non entitled immigrants. The federal government should then provide for an organized encouragement for future immigrants. Current non citizen residents should be encouraged to become citizens. Immigrants should accept the responsibilities of citizenship and expect to enjoy the privileges. All non citizens that commit crimes in this country should be deported. This plan would control future immigration and allow current law abiding non citizens in the United States to gain citizenship by lawful application.”
Mike “Jingo” Jingozian
Mr. Jingozian does not have a policy on Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Campaign Web Site
My Kubby has a simple statement on his Presidential Candidates web site regarding Immigration and Border Security, namely “Open immigration for all peaceful people.” He also has a position paper on immigration which states in part, “I support “open” immigration: Free movement over borders by peaceful people. It’s not the government’s job to figure out how many engineers or landscapers or programmers or farm workers the US economy “needs.” The economy figures out those things for itself far more efficiently than some bureaucrat ever could.”
Mr. Link has an extensive statement regarding Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Candidates web site.
In part he states his position as:” The United States has the right to make decisions with respect to whom it wishes to admit and under what conditions. All illegal immigration into the United States must end. Enforcement efforts against all non-working undocumented aliens must be increased.”
Robert W. Milnes
Mr. Milnes’ Presidential Candidates web site is still under construction and his policies are not yet listed.
Mr. Phillies has a section on his Presidential Candidates web site talking about Immigration, Borders and Foreign Workers. In part, he states, “Immigration – I support the Libertarian Party Platform. You cannot have open borders and a large-scale welfare system at the same time.””Borders – Americans who quote the Statue of Liberty’s message ‘Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free’ should remember that it was written when most of Europe was run by autocratic monarchies.””Foreign Workers – All too often, we hear claims that we must import foreign workers because Americans won’t do those jobs. ‘Those jobs’ in question are hard, physically demanding, outdoor work that require constant, careful attention to detail. Those jobs should be receiving a wage premium, not be barely-minimum-wage sources of employment.”
Wayne Allyn Root
Mr. Root does explain his position on Immigration and Border Security on his Presidential Candidates Web Site like this, in part: “Illegal Immigration- I support securing our borders.I support making it easier for LEGAL immigrants with education & high tech skills to work legally in the USA.
I oppose public funding and entitlements for illegal aliens.
But I support providing a “Path to Citizenship” for 12 million illegal immigrants already here.”
Ms. Smith has a very long and detailed explanation of he position on Immigration and Border Security on her Presidential Candidates Web Site. A short summary of her policy is: “I will permit peaceful immigration into our nation I recognize and respect the sovereignty of all states to make and enforce whatever immigration related legislation they so choose. There will be no federal criminalizing of immigrants as well as no further federal subsidizing of them. US citizenship and its benefits are a privilege not a right, and will require adequate/functional fluency in the English language (written & verbal), and will be available to all (regardless of country of origin, religion, sexual orientation, etc.) to apply for free from federal discrimination.”