No borders?

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“Now, there’s so much me­dia con­ven­tional wis­dom that’s wrong, and one of the things that was for­ever wrong dur­ing the amnesty bill de­bate was, from the Repub­li­can side, they said, ‘We have got to show th­ese peo­ple that we care about them and they’re the back­bone of Amer­ica be­cause we’ve gotta get th­ese votes. We’re alien­at­ing th­ese His­pan­ics and it’s not go­ing to be good.’ That’s what the whole thing was about, any­way: the pur­suit of votes by both par­ties. [. . .]

“Show me a coun­try that has not had an in­ter­est in who gets into it. Ev­ery coun­try that has borders — and ev­ery coun­try does — is wor­ried, ex­cept the com­mu­nist coun­tries which try to keep peo­ple in. But ev­ery­body tries to con­trol who gets into their coun­try. If you don’t have borders, you don’t have a coun­try.”

— Rush Lim­baugh on his na­tion­ally syn­di­cated ra­dio pro­gram Nov. 16

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