Sometimes the irony, it burns.

It burns hot with the all-consuming fires of unpleasant and uncomfortable truths – truths that the purveyors of  lies hate with a black, bleeding passion and the believers of those lies dread being forced to acknowledge.

The Liberals’ position on illegal immigration is one such burning, caustic irony that, will turn their dreams to ash if fully exposed to the masses  –assuming, that is, that those masses could bring themselves to accept it.

Whenever forced to provide a measurable reason why America’s borders shouldn’t be secured and the illegals already hiding within them be expelled the reason that they always supple is that illegal immigrants are needed for America’s economy because they will work for substandard wages and in substandard conditions.

The Liberals’ Position On Illegal Immigration

Whenever forced to provide a measurable reason why America’s borders shouldn’t be secured and the illegals already hiding within them be expelled the reason that they always supple is that illegal immigrants are needed for America’s economy because they will work for substandard wages and in substandard conditions.

Go ahead, if you can stomach talking to them, and force a Liberal to give an answer with more substance than “Open Borders”, “Right to Travel,” or the ever-ready “Racist!” or “Nationalist!”

According to the Liberals we as nation need illegal immigrants, mostly the Hispanic ones, in order to maintain our standard of living through using them as some form of neo- or quasi-slave labor – especially in when it comes to agriculture, factory work, and domestic maintenance.

Liberals’ Answers

Those are immensely ironic answers from a group of people who tout themselves as being the guardians of civil rights fighting the long, hard war against “America’s ingrained and institutional racism.” It’s an amazingly ironic position for a group of people who claim to be the champions of workers rights.

Yet, these are the answers that the Liberals keep giving – over, and over, and over again.

Reflections From a Murky Pond

 

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