pls wait for the lost……the hopeless are lost at entry.
Immigration is a hugely important, multi-faceted issue. In a world of many terrorist threats, border security is of paramount importance. The influx of immigrants who don’t enter the country in an authorized way puts pressure on education, health care, and social benefits systems. Immigrants are happy to perform physically challenging, low-paying jobs that are essential to our economy. And what should we do with immigrants who crossed the border illegally but have worked here for years and whose children were born here?
So it is perhaps not surprising — in fact, it’s entirely predictable — that the incredibly important immigration issue manages to encompass much of what is appalling about the current sorry state of American government: completely politicized yet frozen in place, featuring a legislative branch that is seemingly incapable of acting despite the obvious need for action and a President who can’t lead or forge a compromise and…
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