There must be limits on immigration
The “unsinkable” Titanic sank on its maiden voyage in 1912. The ship had 20 lifeboats that could accommodate 1,178 people, but had 2,208 passengers and crew on board.
If the captain insisted all 2,208 passengers be allowed to board the inadequate number of life boats then in all probability everyone would have drowned.
Though I have great empathy for all of those not allowed to board the inadequate number of lifeboats, limiting the number of passengers to board was the right decision.
Likewise, controlling the number of immigrants to enter the United States is analogously the right decision as well.
– Barry Marshall, Charlotte