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Seeking the 'Right Thing' in Immigration Reform

No-Way-Jose Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 9:13 AM
Our country and alliegance to our country is not only about money and therefore an entity solely devoted to maximizing returns. That being said, money is clearly important. You can conduct whatever detailed analysis you want on the financial impacts of immigration, but you will never be able to convince me that the importation of a largely unskilled, undereducated , English challenged population benefits a country with a vast social welfare state. It doesn't pass the smell test. It goes against common sense.
Henryk A Kowalczyk Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 11:54 AM
Give me a link. Just in case, the Master of Deception does not count.
Ken1984 Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 10:06 AM
If you had any common sense, you would know that readers aren't going to traps off to your Website to read stuff you could have summed up in your reply. You aren't saying a thing here except to insult people who, we must presume, you disagree with.

KenC
No-Way-Jose Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 10:01 AM
Sorry, but I don't have time to publish work on the subject, but you can find many of my arguements intersperced throughout this and other articles on the subject here on Townhall.

Why don't you just try to provide a short answer to the following question. How does importing a largely unskilled, undereducated, English-challenged population into a modern technology driven social welfare state benefit our country financially -- weighing their benefits and costs.
Henryk A Kowalczyk Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 9:43 AM
It is good to know that your mind is set as concrete and there are no arguments that can change your views. I would like to hear your arguments, if you can find any new that I did not address already; please check my website to verify.

Unfortunately, common sense is not as common as the name would indicate.