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Old 6th April 2020, 05:56 PM   #129
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Originally Posted by bruto View Post
The analogy was not to what is legally acceptable or right. It was about the ridiculous notion that the difference has to do with "taking the trouble."
Actually, a ridiculous notion is thinking if you want ANYTHING, that isn't given to you, bad enough in this life, you DON'T have to "take the trouble" to put in the time, effort, and sacrifice. Anything else uses unethical means and denigrates the people who have done the right thing.
Originally Posted by bruto View Post
But they are here for reasons other than failing to take the trouble to accomplish something they realistically could never accomplish.
Then please inform us of what those reasons are and why they cannot accomplish their goal(s) legally.
Originally Posted by bruto View Post
And in the mean time, remember that the issue here is not whether we should deport illegal immigrants, but whether we should put their children in additional danger of disease and death.
I agree with the notion that we should NOT put them in additional danger, but as noted in my previous posts, there is scant evidence to indicate that is what is actually happening. If you have something to bolster your conjecture, please share it.
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