The disingenuousness burns:

The effort to make the existing U.S. system for legal immigration synonymous with doing whatever the hell you want to get into the country continues.

Were six sets of clothes, shoes and socks, “suites” with flat screen TVs, bball courts, food, workout rooms and medical care provided at Ellis Island back in the day?

Update:

Best response to the above tweet:

The entire pro-amnesty argument hinges on making everybody forget that there are in fact existing legal ways to become a U.S. citizen.

Comments

6 Responses to “Because Ellis Island is so comparable to the current border situation…”

  1. Marshall_Will on August 2nd, 2014 2:58 pm

    Is this @-hole STILL out and about? Loved MM's depiction as an "Illegal immigration Icarus"!

    This is his 15 min's. Surprisingly; in "Perspectives In Writing" ( required text for the Course ) one of dipsh!t's [quota] essays is included. NOT surprisingly ( MM's *considerable* RESEARCH on the topic ) in rebuttal: is not…

    Hmm..? Any attempt to draw 'analogies' to "Ellis Island" SMACKS of desperation! I've no doubt throngs of MS-13 members will open a bakery, cobbler or tailor's shop in nothing flat. Makes it all sound, almost… homey doesn't it?

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  5. Rose56 on August 8th, 2014 11:37 pm

    No papers when they arrived on Ellis Island? My Grandparents had all papers to show they had sponsors and a job waiting as well as letters of recommendation from employers in Germany. This was in 1924. I still have them. They came legally and were productive citizens.

  6. Aorealty on August 12th, 2014 8:14 am

    I agree with Marshall

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