The virtue of excellence
If given a choice between increasing or maintaining revenue and power versus protecting the lives and property of its citizens, State agents will choose the former.
That's why I'm against illegal immigration: it is merely a way for the State to maintain revenue and power at the expense of its citizens.
RSF,Are you NUTZ!?!Illegalizing immigration is state action. Historically, people traveled from place to place without documents. Anything understood about "illegal immigration" should be understood as the state increasing it's power (control over people's movements) at the expense of others who'd like to trade freely.
Illegalizing immigration is state action. What we get in my area are immigrants who show up with a list of federal and state assistance programs for which they promptly apply. They are (figuratively) bused to polling booths with instructions for whom to vote, and it is not the conservative candidates. They are a disproportionate amount of the drug dealers, insurance fraud, and other crime.More crime, welfare, and Democrat votes helps the State, justifying its continued spending. Previous citizens pay the price of increased crime and social disorder.What you are promising here does not occur. Where's the evidence for all the good of immigration? All I hear are theoretical musings. The facts seem to be otherwise, as for example Tino was pointing out the costs of unskilled immigration on Econblog until he got banned.For all your theorizing, you still have as a starting point your personal experience. I suspect you have been somewhat insulated from the costs of immigration.
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