Saturday, November 03, 2018

The Difficult Question of Immigration

The extreme differences in opinion over immigration and the hostile tenor of the debate emanating from all sides make it evident that this is a subject that is extremely difficult to understand.  In the interest of helping all sides better understand this complex issue, the Immigration Policy Department at Unforeseen Contingencies has developed the following analysis:

Rule 1. Immigration by productive, self-supporting workers (workersinterested in the American ideal of respecting and protecting individual rights is good.

Rule 2. Immigration by socialists, Islamists, criminals, enemy agents, and welfare cases is not good.

Admittedly these rules are quite complex and hard to understand, but careful study of them will repay itself.

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