Today, 11:09 AM
I enjoys these conversations, too, undergroundrr, and hope I haven't killed this one by being slow in reply.
You're so hung up on my un-PC terms, it's totally addled and distracted you from substance. Call the plan whatever you wish! It can be the Remake America Plan or the Open the Floodgates in Love to Absolutely All Our Brothers and Sisters Plan instead of the Dumping Ground Plan. Who cares? Whatever. The point is: how is this brilliant plan going to defeat Marxism? The Syrians and Mexicans don't seem to have defeated Marxism in Syria and Mexico; why would we expect them to do so here? Would their mass-migration really change anything, much less be a threat to your powerful Demi-God, Dr. Marx?
But if you were going to answer that, you would have already done so. I understand and appreciate you have chosen to shift away from and avoid any debate with me and instead are going for just chatting and discussion. So, in that spirit let me say I do not particularly disagree with many of your points, and I think that you are right that morally speaking, we cannot violate property rights to solve a problem, even one as serious as mass invasion changing the entire character and demographics of a nation. We can't violate property rights ever. Period.
To this I would add that government doesn't work, and that skepticism toward government solutions and government actions is always warranted.
As I have said before, my own thoughts on immigration are complex and complicated. What is the right answer for libertarians? It's not nearly as simple (simplistic) as you make it out to be. And despite your claims to ownership of the mantle of Dr. Paul (Mine! Mine! Mine! I'm the Paul-y-est!), actually Dr. Paul's views are probably closer to the ambiguity and conflictedness that I am feeling and expressing here than anything. I hear Dr. Paul saying that he (like me) has not yet found anyone with the wisdom of Solomon on this issue.