Thank you, Mr. LaTour, for expressing the point so nicely. Many immigration advocates call upon our heritage as a "nation of immigrants" to justify the
current high levels of immigration, particularly from Third World countries. What these same advocates ignore is that that history has expected, indeed, required immigrants to be self-supporting. As long as we ignore
that aspect of our history, and continue to import large numbers of legal
and illegal immigrants who do not have the skills or education necessary to
succeed in modern society, we will have these exorbitant medical costs, and
the rising costs of educating or training people who are not only
illiterate in English, but in their own languages.
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