> Frankly I don't find immigration laws to be inhumane.
> Why are they a bad idea?...
> ...societies that produce excessive numbers of people should pay the
> costs of those problems themselves, not pawn them off on others.
I'm surprized at you, Michael. Open borders are a bedrock of the free
market economy, and a simple consequence of granting the same basic
rights of free travel and association to those born on one side of an
imaginary line as we do to those born on the other. Nationalism is
unbecoming rational minds. "Excessive people" are a resource to be
cherished, not a burden.
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