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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))4/16/2019 12:29:38 pm PDT

re: #33 KGxvi

It is a tricky issue, but I think the best way to talk about it is to try and tap into the aspirational part of our national psyche. The fact is, especially when the economy is good, most people don’t prioritize immigration - Americans, after all, are already here, so they don’t need to worry about coming here. When the economy is going bad, they care but only in a “deytukurjerbs” kind of way. But if you can tap into that idea that people are coming here to live better lives, and that their presence in turn makes our lives better… you’ve got a chance.

Problem is, we have a lot of employers in America who have no interest in immigration reform, they like having a large pool of cheap and easily exploited labor that they can tap into to keep costs down.

We have a patchwork of laws and initiatives that do little but kick the overall issues down the road or move them into someone else’s jurisdiction. It is a national problem that has to be approached and implemented at a national level, not just border states.