The Radical Left never tires of making bogus immigration arguments, all based on a major false premise and many false sub-premises as well. The major false premise is that the purpose of immigration is to help those in other countries who are popularly referred to as “your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free.”
Note to the open-borders crowd: These words do not constitute a law – or even an official government policy. They are nothing more than a couple of lines in a poem that appear on a plaque on the Statue of Liberty.
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The author of these words – in the sonnet The New Colossus – was a woman named Emma Lazarus. As one would suspect, she was a poet,
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