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Tamhas,

Nearly everything you "correct" us on proves to be untrue.

As an example, as we told you, URANIUM LEFT THE UNITED STATES, WENT TO CANADA, WENT TO EUROPE AND POSSIBLY ASIA AND NOBODY KNOWS WHERE IT WENT FROM THERE.

The United States has to import Uranium. So why are we selling 20% of uranium to export it!

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/358339-uranium-o...

Want to cite us another "objective" truth tracking site? Perhaps Hillary did not steal the nomination because you know the source is not left wing enough of a Democrat.

As to your issue. The question is simple, why is it in the best interest of the United States to take in immigrants based upon diversity and family, particularly if they have no intent to learn English, are likely to take welfare and other public services, and have no desire to integrate into the greater American culture?

The answer is, and you don't answer it, because it is not.

More than 50% of immigrant headed households on some form of public welfare benefit:

https://cis.org/Report/Welfare-Use-Immigrant-and-Native-Hous...

Far higher percentage than non-immigration headed households.

It is a privilege to come to the United States. Not everyone who wants to come here is allowed in. So why, with such demand to get in the U.S., should we not choose those people best suited to benefit the United States?

Simple question. Perhaps you will have an innocent explanation for Hillary taking over, secretly the finances of the DNC? Collecting $145 million to the Clinton Foundation, BC speaking in Moscow for $500k all at the same time.

Credibility requires honesty, not spin. It is pretty straight-forward. Since we can pick and choose immigrant for the most part as there is such demand to get in to the U.S., why should we not choose immigrants on merit, on the characteristics that benefit the United States?

Tinker
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