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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

CAN WE HAVE A DO-OVER?

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  1. JoeF's Avatar
    That doesn't really surprise me all that much. People who have learned to think on their own and not just believe what somebody on certain TV channels say have predicted that long ago.
    A friend of mine who last year ran for city council here in a city with a large Latino population got asked by a voter if he would support such a law. As an intelligent person (ok, I'm biased because he is a friend and I all my friends are intelligent...) my buddy said that the city should spend money to improve the quality of life in the city, not for the inevitable lawsuits such a law would attract.
    In another city here with a similar law the police chief resigned over the law. He stated that the police has more important things to do than to check peoples' immigration status.
  2. Another voice's Avatar
    Thsi is a small view of what would happen if the Lou Dobbs agenda is implemented the Round the up send them back we would just need to add the huge costs of $100 Billion DHS that it would cost to do that, I am sure tax payers are so ready to spend tax money on such smart idea.
  3. grouchy's Avatar
    If these people from Riverside, NJ really figured out this negative impact to the local economy, of driving away the illegals, then this issue of immigration would be more and more complicated. I think even the new elected President next year would have a terrible headache in dealing with it. So if he/she wouldn't be able to sign any solution into law during his/her full term,bec of the concrete wall that divides the congress over the issue, then it is apparent that this would rollback again to the street and toss it again as a next Presidential campaign material.
    But this immigration issue would be more interesting though as a banner for political campaign in the future when the illegal populations doubles the figures we approximately predicted recently(12million) after another one or two terms of the next President. Amazing!
  4. JoeF's Avatar
    While a bit off-topic, I wanted to share this anyway.
    In an article by Michael Shermer in September's Scientific American (http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?chanID=sa006&articleID=423C1809-E7F2-99DF-384721C9252B924A&colID=13) I found a nice little quote from Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises (originally here: http://www.mises.org/etexts/mises/anticap/section5.asp) that fits nicely for the anti-immigrants:
    "An "anti-something" movement displays a purely negative attitude. It has no chance whatever to succeed. Its passionate diatribes virtually advertise the program that they attack."
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