The ethical lesson of this country’s illegal immigration fiasco is not that enforcing the immigration laws is wrong, but that when laws go unenforced for too long, it may become impossible to do right.
The illegal immigration fiasco continues…
Laws still have to apply the same way to everybody, or there is no law.
This kind of speech, this kind of rhetoric, this kind of elected Democrat and this kind of thinking on the Left are the main reasons, above all the others, that Donald Trump is President. If the Democrats don’t stop talking like this, he will be President for eight, long, loooooong years.
How did such an illogical and destructive concept take root? I don’t know, but journalists who actively misrepresent the issue are a large part of the answer.
…that doesn’t make her seem like a weasel?
Chris Marschner, the Ethics Alarms master of the long form comment, has delivered an analysis of what a fair, rational and ethical approach to the nation’s illegal immigration problem might look like.
Nobody, literally nobody, has managed to stay off this Ethics Train Wreck by now.
Until the advocates of “immigration reform” are willing to honestly define the problem (illegal immigration) and their proposed solution ( legalizing illegal immigrants) as well as admitting the possible consequences, such as the flood of children now coming across our borders, we should regard them as no better than irresponsible opportunists who would weaken the nation for their own political gain and the economic benefit of those whom the United States is in no way obligated to support.
The illegal immigration mess has only one, small, benefit. It stands as the best example I know of to illustrate the consequences of weak and unprincipled leadership.