Because other than vague emotional vomit, nobody can tell me why we need to let everyone into this country.
The Jones thesis of cultural transplant devastates the starry-eyed “come one, come all” immigration advocacy popular among progressives and libertarians. It shows that the importation of cultures that are not historically conducive to prosperity is a serious weakness of our current immigration policy. The result could be lower quality governance, decreased trust, less support for free enterprise, reduced innovation, and many other effects large and small. These effects cannot be dismissed with nostalgic references to the Irish of yesteryear.
What exactly do all those immigrants, the legal ones, do for this country? How do they help us improve and grow?
I'm not even going to touch on the illegal aliens that are flooding our border. You know, the ones that some members of the GOP want to make citizens.
I’m not a staunch social conservative, but you can arguably say that the recent repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act didn’t earn any dividends with GOP base voters. So, what do Republicans want to do now in the lame-duck session? Pass a grand bargain on immigration that could lead to millions of illegal aliens being put on a pathway to citizenship.
The deal was hashed out between Sens. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). There is no funding to complete the border wall—that would make sense. Still, it will permit some two million recipients of Obama’s unconstitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to get on the citizenship track. The buried portion of this provision is that once these two million are through the process, they can sponsor extended family members so that two million-figure could be closer to seven million, and I’m being conservative in that estimate.
Shit like this is what makes me black-pilled. I can't think of any other organization that continues to exist despite the fact that it's base actually hates it, and the only reason for their existence is the fact that they're not the opposition. Most GOP voters would vote for someone who's NOT in the GOP, simply because we're tired of getting stabbed in the back by two-faced traitorous bastards. Hell, it's why Donald Trump still has huge following. The GOP is quickly showing why the red wave became a red trickle. Because when given the choice of the GOP and then the Libertarian party or the Constitutional party, plenty of GOP voters voted for someone who didn't have a chance in hell of winning but at least gave the voter a choice of someone who wasn't going to kick them in the nuts and run off with the Democrats.
I swear, the DNC has to have photos of these people doing horrible things. Or maybe they really are that pathetically stupid. Or maybe they're just that evil.
Actually, they're just that evil.
Read both pieces. And let's shift the conversation from the communist-preferred amnesty to "Close the border, lock it down, and keep it locked for a good long while."