Yesterday, 05:43 PM
These arguments always revolve around reductionism to were we just need to get government out of this or that to solve the problem. But the realist know that that will not happen overnight. So as a practical interim solution, let's limit what we can do in the here and now. We know hospitals cannot refuse patients even though many patients have no means to pay. So maybe we should limit those who come to our country without means. (Wall anyone?) As far as the visa program, it has been shown we already have qualified workers here for those positions. But companies don't want to hire them. The result is We have more people unemployed and sucking on the tit of the government rather than being gainfully employed. Passing the buck once again to the taxpayers, not only in direct costs, but indirect cost of broken families, etc.
baby steps, to reach our goal seems more practical.