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A society's right to choose

Reader comment on item: "A Woman's Right To Choose"
in response to reader comment: We must let women choose.

Submitted by Joseph Adams (United States), Aug 8, 2007 at 21:02

"A womans right to choose" sounds good. However when paired with political ambitions that are detrimental to the host society I suggest another tact. I suggest that the host society adds a caviat to immigration called the "failure to assimilate" clause.

Immigrants that show consistent resistance to assimilation will be deported back to the culture they seem to love so well.

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