31 Oct '18 08:13>
@no1marauder saidSure, and I do not believe in defying the Constitution for what amounts to a partisan reason, either. The Yale study puts the number of illegals at something like 23 million, and I believe it even says it could be as high as 32 million.
I don't believe in blatantly defying the Constitution for partisan political reasons which is what this is all about.
I'm not in favor of unlimited immigration, think that the amount of illegal immigration over the last few decades has had negative economic effects and am fine with enhancing border security.
I do not believe in limiting immigration for racial reasons, however.
Imagine what this number would actually be like if none of the children of illegals were recognized as legitimate citizens, either?
This process has been very harmful because it makes it impossible to calculate real immigration needs and regulate the economy so that it is fair to migrant workers. It also creates parallel societies within America that detract from our overall unity.... I think you already recognize a lot of these reasons.
Because neither the left nor the right has addressed it for decades in a meaningful way, it is now like an emergency, and all I do is propose that we follow our Leader and embrace the changes that we are seeing because they will bring a resolution quickly.