Was the government right to pass such laws in the first place?I've noticed that standard liberals call for loosening enforcement of immigration laws but not for repealing them. (It's us "heartless" reactionaries who do that last.) On the other hand, they don't criticize the policy of punishing people who can be shown to have hired illegal aliens. That adds up to a policy of allowing in manual workers but keeping out anybody who needs documentation to get a job, e.g., educated workers. In other words, New York Times readers get to hire low-wage nannies and gardeners but suppress anybody who might compete with them.
Every country has immigration laws, including ironicaly, Mexico.
This clearly calls for American exceptionalism.
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