The bottom line is there are no easy answers to the immigration issue, even for believers. The immigration law of 2008 signed by President Bush was intended to shelter children who were coming into the country illegally often for sexual human trafficking. But with serious problems at home, a loophole in our law gave many an incentive to try to enter the U.S. without proper documentation. Some of the greatest beneficiaries are the human traffickers who can charge families thousands of dollars to risk the trip. Rather than the blame game that is going on between the Democrats and Republicans, causing Washington gridlock, there needs to be some form of positive comprehensive immigration reform. Yet, instead of immigration reform, the mass number of children at our borders is causing some politicians to think about disregarding the court system and simply sending back immigrants to a horrible situation at home. Once again, politics continues to win out over humanitarian and even faith concerns.