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Q. Are You a US Citizen? A. Does It Really Matter? August 5, 2014

Posted by geoff in News.
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One of the defining characteristics of a nation is being able to decide who is a member of the nation and who is not. We have lost that capacity.

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1. Cathy - August 5, 2014

Michael Savage (Savage Nation) is always saying: “A nation is defined by borders, language, and culture.”

Some of us get it.

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3. drketedc - August 11, 2014

I think open borders are eventually the best solution. Not yet, though. Not until we can straighten out our welfare system and tax system. If the USA is so awful, why is Mexico dumping off their poor on us? Where is The Race when it comes to the abysmal treatment of Mexicans at home? It’s much nicer to be a rabble rouser up here where it is safe, isn’t it? So stop trying to drag us down into that mire. US citizens bear the burden of weaker countries’ bad policies. When we were prosperous it wasn’t so noticeable but now we just can’t do it anymore.

4. Retired Geezer - August 11, 2014

Mexico’s immigration policy is a lot stricter than ours.


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