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Open orders and repealing NAFTA seem to contradict each other. NAFTA increases the amount of legal immigration.
If you consider NAFTA a hostile policy, as I do, then it is similar to the hostility in a militarized (see if you can survive the desert) border. getting rid of them would make us a better neighbor. I see no contradiction in that.
So you want countries like Mexico to be able to export their citizens, but not their products. How can we have good neighbors and not trade with them.
Fair trade is good. Un-fair trade isn't (e.g. subsidized American farming products vs rural Mexican farmers). Free movement is good. Borders which thousands of people die trying to cross aren't. It's a simple position.
means deathly risk for Americans.
expands the desire to vacate their homeland in search of the American dream.
provides an avenue to further degraded capability and capacity for our youth.
all this - leads to the destruction of America -
NAFTA's not perfect, but moved in the fair trade direction. So should we have no enforcement of national sovereignty ??? or handle our southern border the way Mexico handles their southern border with Guatemala.
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yep - 20% want to make it easier,
and 54% want to make it more difficult to become a citizen.
nice try to twist the statistics into a fake approval.
my guess - the government will do the same thing.
greed is the seed, politics is the fertilizer
Amnesty does not mean become a citizen it means become legal in the country so the twisting is all you. 70% approve of the gang of 8 plan.
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Dennis AuBuchon says
The key here is to not allow border security needs to be overshadowed by the urgency to reform. Those in Washington pushing reform are doing so to expand the liberal voter based first and foremost...they could care less about border security.
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