I feel the American approach to immigration isn't punitive enough. People need to suffer more.
Like the DACA people. Brought here as children, sometimes infants. Why didn't they just get in line?
Countries we're not accepting people from
Canada, China (mainland)
Ecuador, El Salvador
Haiti, India, Jamaica
Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan
South Korea, United Kingdom, Vietnam
We need more people living in fear, being tortured, being abused, with no recourse whatsoever. How could anyone be against that?
What's cruel about shipping people back to a place they can't even find on a map? Which I can't even find?
People We'll (Maybe) Accept
High school graduates
People who have had jobs for more than two years in a profession requiring a minimum of two years of training
Winners of the Diversity Visa lottery
No more than 675,000 people (worldwide total)
Give me your tired, your hungry, your poor...no, wait, no poor, you need to prove you have income above the poverty line. And we're not taking too many people, maybe ten of you, and definitely none from one of those dirty nasty countries we already have too many losers from.
If you couldn't stand up to your parents when you were a baby, what can you contribute to society now?
Oh and by the way
If you are found to be in the U.S. illegally you have to wait 10 to 20 years before reapplying to immigrate.