ANSWERS: 8
  • Everyone is an immigrant
  • Meh :-I
  • Follow the proper immigration process, learn the language, and all's well. It's incredibly selfish how many Westerners these days, especially White Americans, think of their country as literally "theirs" - ignoring the fact that it was Native land, stolen by colonists.
  • I don't have a problem with it as it has happened for a long time anyway, as long as they are legal and coming in numbers that the infrastructure of the country can cope with.
  • If they are legally here I don't have a problem with it. My wife is of the opinion that there is always room for one more. I know she works with illegals but she refuses to report them.
  • they tirrrkk errrr JERRRBBSS!!
  • It is OK for my family but all other immigrants are terrorists...:)
  • I was not born in the state I now live in, and I am actually a resident of the next state over. There is no ceremony at all in crossing the border, except a "WELCOME" sign, and the USA has been quite prosperous doing things that way. One significant thing in the news in recent weeks has been the number of families leaving California because they don't like it for one reason or another. Same in Illinois. Nobody is whining about those refugees, they are treated exactly like anybody else.

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