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Submitted by Rob (United States), Oct 4, 2015 at 09:00

"the success of the United States will bring in so many from the world at large that they eventually undermine that very success." - I would say it already has.

I also observe that most other nations DO NOT aspire to diversify their populations; on the contrary!

Another unmentioned effect: our roads are more crowded, are parks are more crowded, our cities and suburbs are more crowded and sprawl further than they otherwise would be. Hardly a good thing!

And a simple solution: REPEAL THE '65 LAW.

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