posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 05:59 PM
For 300 years, longer than the USA has been a nation, we've had a "saloon doors" policy on this continent in regard to immigration.
We open the doors wide for about 30 years. Then we decide we've had too many newcomers, too fast. Then we freak out and the doors swing shut, then
they go back the other way, and the cycle repeats itself. Even the natives welcomed the "first" puritans, and liked 'em. But then they got to
Then Vietnamese, then everybody.
Thirty years ago, the doors swung shut, during the Reagan administration, which did a reboot and said if you were already here you were basically a
citizen. Then the doors have been opened further and further, to the point we have today, with about a thousand or so illegals, in addition to about
750 legals, coming in per day.
America's policy for generations has been to constantly adjust the rate. It's what we should be doing next. Heck, it is what we WILL be doing next,
regardless of what the government wants. In most things demographic, the government races to keep up with it's citizens/subjects. The US official
policy toward native Americans is an example of this.
Time for another reboot. That's all.