The wall funding in exchange for the dreamers?


#102

Let’s say this is true.

So what?

How is what you describe any more advantageous to society than allowing immigrants to do those jobs?


#103

I’m fine with extending protection to the kids, but the parents don’t deserve ■■■■ .


#104

Parents shouldn’t be allowed to apply for citizenship as part of any deal.


#105

What the heck is oops? Did you slip on a banana peel? No, chain migration beyond immediate wife and children needs to end.


#106

Why does it need to end?


#107

Why does it need to exists? Immigration should be for the benefit of this country. That means the people who will be most beneficial to this country.


#108

Permanent deferred status?


#109

This is no longer about a wall. This is about the Democrats out to get Trump. They can not allow their base to see him having a success, even when they know it makes sense.


#110

It was already part of the compromise. I guess you’ll need to make up a different excuse for why it wasn’t “good enough”.


#111

You don’t think reuniting families is to the benefit of this country?


#112

Chain migration.


#113

They offered him a wall, he turned it down.


#114

That includes aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins?


#115

Yes.

Extra letters.


#116

So one person gets in because their parents did something illegal, and that gives them a free pass to bring whoever the hell they want to into the country? Free of charge?


#117

“Free of charge”

:rofl:


#118

Basically. It’s not difficult to do so.


#119

I’m saying that its ridiculous that you think there should be a “charge”.


#120

So the people handling the paperwork and administrative work should do that pro bono?


#121

I’m completely lost as to what you’re trying to say.