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- Apr 5, 2006
- Utah, USA
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Well that's a thoughtful and well-reasoned response - especially since the camps are the textbook definition of a concentration camp; you just don't want the moral ambiguity of supporting them given the reality of what they are.Literally everyone who calls the border detention centers "concentration camps" is an ignorant and despicable human being.
So your'e saying the current policy is not effective at dissuading migrants fleeing worse conditions. This is being shown in the data, by the way; migration has actually gone up under Trump's plan. Coyotes are telling people they need to go now or they won't ever get in as way of driving their own business. Fear is being used as a weapon on both sides.If conditions are so bad over here, why are thousands of people climbing fences and fording rivers to come sit in our terrible "concentration camps"?
Because they refuse to fund modern day concentration camps that are ineffective, inhumane, and the mere existence of which is a violation of human rights. Also, nice "whataboutism"Why have the Democrats refused to pass legislation that would've provided additional funding for the processing centers?
Because they are profiteering of the ineffective, inhumane, violation of human rights. If no vendors or companies were willing to support the camps, they could not exist.Why are liberals protesting Wayfair for providing beds to migrants?
Show me one that doesn't care. It's not that they don't care, they just don't agree with Trump and his administration's approach to dealing with the problem. Besides, the vast majority of migrants are not the disease-carrying violent gang members Trump claims them to be. Those people exist, but they are barely a rounding error compared to the number of non-violent refugees.Why do liberals not care about gang members sneaking over the border and killing Americans?
A pipe for your straw man to go with that hat from earlier? I never said any such thing. What I have said is that presenting one's self at the border to seek asylum is not a crime - yet those who do are being incarcerated in concentration camps, separated from their families, and their children are being lost in the system. The Supreme Court has ruled (Estelle v Gamble) that people incarcerated by the state are the responsibility of the state, that means it is the state's job to provide for their basic needs - including healthcare.The whole bleeding heart propaganda is complete bullshit that's disconnected from even a trace of logical reasoned thought. Let me guess, do you think that illegals deserve free healthcare and that crossing the border illegally shouldn't be a crime?
To use your argument: If you don't want to provide healthcare, don't incarcerate them.[/QUOTE]