citizen then yes, there is no reason to enforce a border. We could let a billion people in, put them on welfare and allow them to vote, let our taxes pay for their education, healthcare and internet.
Yes, in a free world borders are restrictions on freedom, but this is not a free world and borders, like laws, protect our freedoms. The question is how to promote the greatest amount of liberty. Our current laws and policies do not do that.
Free and Brave
or Cradle to Grave
You can't have both
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