Friday, August 13, 2010

Abortion Causes Illegal Immigration

Illegal immigration has been a hot topic for the last several years.  I have written on the subject many times myself.  Most dominantly is my belief that eliminating minimum wage would solve the illegal situation.  The left often counters any move at deporting the illegals by saying that we need this labor pool for our economy.  Putting aside the myth that illegals contribute to our economy as they often pay no taxes, send what money they do make back to Mexico, and are a drain on all of our health care system and public infrastructure, let's take the liberal argument at face value.
Now, it is estimated that there are around 20 to 30 million illegal immigrants in the United States.  Let's assume that each of those people is performing a job that is needed for our economy to survive.   Think of that number, 20 to 30 million.   Now, think of how many children have been killed through abortion.  Somewhere around 30 million.  Of course, we have been told by the left that these children are not wanted and would have been a drain on the system had they been born.  It is logical to think that had these 30 million people been born, there wouldn't have been the demand for illegal immigration. 
Now you have to ask yourself if this is an unintended consequence.  I don't believe so.  When you look at all policy decision by the left, on an individual basis, they never end up working.  When you look at all of their policies together over the last 100 years, you see the whole proportion of the beast.  Each and every policy designed to take freedom from the individual, tear apart the family, remove God, and to tear apart the American identity.
In this circumstance, they use abortion to tear apart the fabric of family and life by targeting the most helpless.  As a result of the population void that is created, they are allowed to bring in 30 million people that don't wish to be a part of a single American culture.  The point is it that this is all purposeful and devious.


Kansas Bob said...

If Roe v Wade was decided differently then possibly Americans would be going to Mexico. Not to work but to abort their babies. Never know about that law of unintended consequences.

jrchaard said...

I was thinking of that post and I couldn't find it for some reason