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The real loss of will is with regard to immigration

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Submitted by Sully (United States), Feb 16, 2008 at 01:04

Why would any country permit the immigration of people unable to support themselves? Why would any country permit the importation of multiple wives if its laws forbid polygamy? Why would any country provide welfare to immigrants in the first place since they chose to move in?

A country unwilling to control its borders is not only doomed to be conquered, it deserves to be conquered.

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