Serious questions...— Mark Pantano (@TheMarkPantano) January 11, 2018
We now have over 320 million people in this country.
How many is enough?
Are our cities not crowded enough?
Is our welfare system not stressed enough?
Are our schools not failing enough?
How many more immigrants do we need?
When I lived in Seattle, getting from Seattle to Tacoma to Olympia on I-5 was a chore. Not horrible, but a chore. Lots of traffic.
Last time I went to the Puget Sound area, I-5 was locked up tighter than the 101 in Los Angeles, and the 405 around Renton was just as bad if not worse.
Waaaaaaay back when I was a yoot, we would visit relatives in Seattle. Back then, if you wanted to "get out of the city", you drove to Tucwila, which is just a little bit south of Seattle. Now you can drive from Seattle to down past Tacoma and it's concrete buildings all the way. The open areas are gone. They've been built over and up in order to accommodate the large amount of people moving to that area.
So, how many immigrants are enough? How many more people do we need to add to this country? When is enough, enough? Ask that to the next people screaming that we need to allow the Dreamers, a huge portion of whom cannot even speak English after being in this country for a decade or more, to stay and continue to suckle off the government teat while voting for Democrats.