Comment: Debating the merits of Liberty on a "liberty" forum?!?!?!

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Debating the merits of Liberty on a "liberty" forum?!?!?!

What are you guys smoking?

Anti-immigration= 1.the idea of using your neighbor's prejudice for personal gain. 2.The idea of assuming that a human on the other side of an arbitrary, imaginary line is actually sub-human, and doesn't deserve to have his rights recognized. 3. An appeal to emotion used to address uncompetitiveness or under performance.

1.I, as a free person, have an unalienable right to go wherever I want, for what ever reason I want, when ever I want, however I want.

2.This right is superior to your prejudice, racism, conservatism, religion, your vote, and...... YOUR GOV'T!!!!

3.I have this right because I am human, and I am included under "all men are created equal", not be cause I was born in america.

4.A mexican, regardless or your racism, protectionism, stupid nationalism, or any other collectivist mentality bullshyt, and BECAUSE HE IS ALSO HUMAN, also has this very same right, and is, once again, superior to your opinions, as well as the opinions of your political representative.

5. NO ONE THAT ACTIVELY SUPPORTS RESTRICTING ANOTHER HUMAN'S RIGHT TO LIBERTY CAN RECONCILE THEIR SUPPORT WITH THE CONCEPT OF LIBERTY.

6.#5 is an open challenge to ANYONE who thinks they can explain how restricting a Mexican's liberty isn't...ya know....restricting a human's liberty.

7. Another open invitation to anyone who supports restricting a mexican's freedom: Explain the morality and/or economic benefits associated with denying other humans their human rights for you own personal gain, justified by defunct collectivist garbage.

If a mexican can pick cabbage better than an american, then I will pay the mexican..... and tell the american to stop trying to make his next door neighbors pay extra when a damn lazy, disgusting, "illegal" foreigner is busy trying to make us pay less!!!

"I do not add 'within the limits of the law,' because law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the right of an individual."