I do not believe than an overhaul is necessary. However, I believe that congress should make an attempt to consider the progress of society, much like the Supreme Court has on issues such as capital punishment. I don't think that our legislative body can mimic the human brain, but I was under the impression that it was suppose to mimic our society, which is naturally changing and progressing and is therefore vastly different now than it was when our founding fathers created our legislative system.

With millions of illegal immigrants entering the country, some productive and respectful and others not, how can we, while adhering to the "rule of law" and basic principals on which our country was founded, address the problem in a way that ends illegal immigration in a way that doesn't reward the crime or provide further incentive to continue committing it?