Comment: I don't propose supporting anything from Rubio, McCain et al

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I don't propose supporting anything from Rubio, McCain et al

That is about all I can say.

European governments have been successful with repatriation bonuses, which in libertarian speak, could be privatized, that is, pay people to leave--of course this will need the encouragement of cutting off welfare state bennies to make the economics work out.

With Affirmative Action as the law, it would be insane to support any "path" to citizenship if you are outside the promoted ethnic group.

There are very real labor issues, but rather than subsidizing cheap foreign labor, I would support doing away with compulsory schooling--a new work force like magic! and a lot cheaper then keeping kids ill suited for 12 years of schooling locked up in a prison where they might be subject to the inhumane.

So long as the franchise and access to government services are denied in the legal framework, it can be worked out.

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