1. Italy it’s much smaller than the USA, I think it may even be smaller than Texas.
Exactly. A lot easier to protect small countries.
2.the Mediterranean isn’t far away from Africa, so you have many ships that smuggle people, have you not seen the news?
Terrain also makes a big difference in how easy it is to stop illegal immigration.
Flat terrain = high visibility = easy to catch
Mountainous terrain = low visibility = hard to catch
3. I understand your noble intentions, but you cannot reward illegal behavior, why would these people want to improve the quality of their life in their respective countries if the USA hands them free stuff, remember entering illegally a country is a crime, anyone who claims asylum most follow the legal procedures established by the UN.
the USA isn’t the nanny of the world and how long until the tax payers cannot sustain that flawed system.
>you cannot reward illegal behavior
-It's not rewarding illegal behavior. It's applying the same rights to everyone. Other rights are protected regardless of citizenship.
-Most importantly you're conflating illegality with morality. Just because something is illegal, doesn't make it bad. It just means that the area had some reason to pass a law.
- you can't have universal healthcare without also covering non-citizens. Universal healthcare is important because otherwise you end up with costs that aren't getting covered.
>why would these people want to improve the quality of their life in their respective countries if the USA hands them free stuff
-People aren't leaving their families and friends and their country for free stuff.
-Most of those countries literally already provide that "free stuff".
> anyone who claims asylum most follow the legal procedures established by the UN.
You don't have to enter legally, to apply for asylum. Asylum can be applied for regardless of status. That is the law.
>the USA isn’t the nanny of the world
-No one said it was.
-nanny of the world doesn't even make sense in this context, because again most countries already offer universal healthcare
>how long until the tax payers cannot sustain that flawed system.
And i'm sure you are also fighting against the billions of dollars that go towards oil subsidies.