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  1. Jack's Avatar
    "The term illegal immigration is acceptable, but do not label people as illegal immigrants"

    That does not make sense. "Illegal immigration" should also be banned then. And if "illegal immigrant" is banned, by what logic should "legal immigrant" not be banned too? Legal/illegal & immigration/immigrant are related terms. There's no logical reason for one form to be OK but not the other.

    Also, why now? It's obvious what's going with the AP and USA Today but as "news" outlets, they don't want to come out and admit that they are caving to open border extremist groups' demands. A dead giveaway is that the euphemistic "undocumented" is approved. Even the NYT admits that one is problematic.


    "Avoid using the word alien to refer to immigrants, except in quoted matter or official government designations."

    Why? Do these people even know the definitions of "alien" and "immigrant"? I wonder sometimes. They are literally saying try not to use the legal, governmental term--incredible! Think about that.

    If precision is the goal (which it obviously isn't), it should be avoid the word immigrant to refer to aliens because not all aliens are immigrants. Immigrant is also imprecise because sometimes it's obvious that non-citizens are what is being referred to and immigrants can be citizens.


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