You are free to completely ignore Frum’s advice. But for a group of people who sure as shit like to constantly claim you’re “on the right side of history”, the current state of world affairs ain’t exactly going according to plan, now is it?
And you are completely free to be played like a cheap violin.
I can't help but notice you chose to ignore the facts that I laid out. Instead you went on a sanctimonious rant. So let me lay it out for you again. Immigration has very little to do with the $20 trillion dollar deficit we currently have, nor the crumbling infrastructure, or this seemingly endless war we are involved in. Speaking of war let also add that we can thank past and current foreign policies of this country as part of the reason some of these people are showing up on our door step.
Now if you think that immigrants are reason are the reason we are $20 trillion in debt or why our infrastructure is falling apart or that immigration is more important than the two please lay out your case.
I’m honestly getting kind of tired beating this drum because I’m clearly wasting my time here,
Guess who put that drum in your hand that you so love to beat? Here's a hint, his last name starts with T. The reason he put it there is that he doesn't want you talking about that other stuff because he either has no idea on how to solve it or just doesn't care.
but you might want to start say, I dunno, maybe taking at least a single solitary second thinking about why those plans are off track and whether you should recalibrate a bit.
Like maybe rethinking our foreign policy? Or possibly our illicit drugs policy. Both of which are contributing factors as to why people show up at our door looking for a place to live.
Calling everyone else a racist, homophobe or sexist doesn’t seem to be working so hot.
I've never called anyone those things on this forum. I will say this however. Using facts or pointing out that politicians will say/do things to distract you from more important issues is a very difficult way to overcome peoples pre-conceived notions or prejudices.
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