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If they refuse to assimilate, they must leave--even if they are attracted to our country. Assimilation is part of the naturalization process immigrants undergo to become citizens.
Read Dr. Rice's comments again. She does not advocate open borders or amnesty in those paragraphs. If you read her words in the context of existing law, that is all she is supporting. There is no immigration problem that cannot be fixed by the administration. All it has to do is fully enforce existing laws. So what if they must expand government to enforce them. Gitterdone!
As I understand Ms. Rice's comments, she is simply describing what now exists. Current immigration laws establish a procedure for people to legally come to the USA to better themselves, and the laws encourage immigration of people with skills the country needs. So what's the problem? Are some simply misinterpreting what Ms. Rice said?
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