Billionaires Warren Buffett, Sheldon Adelson, and Bill Gates have recently embraced amnesty as a means for dealing with the current border crisis.
While each of these elitist billionaires profess compassion for the hapless Central Americans coming here, none would suffer any of the hardships that amnesty would ultimately inflict on middle and lower-class American citizens.
Illegals bring with them massive illiteracy, poverty, disease, 3rd-world values, entitlement attitudes, and a disconcerting disrespect for the rule of law and the rights of American citizens.
Adding large numbers of such people to our troubled nation, which is already in the grips of run- away dependency on food stamps, welfare, and government support, makes no sense whatsoever, and would be antithetical to the interests of non-billionaire American citizens.
While feeling compassion for those arriving illegally from Central America is commendable, the fact is that US government is required to protect and defend the interests of American citizens, first and foremost.
By virtue of their massive wealth, Warren Buffett, Sheldon Adelson, and Bill Gates are automatically shielded from the loss of jobs, lowering of educational and economic standards, and other cultural calamities that amnesty portends.
Again, it is middle and lower-class Americans citizens, not billionaires and millionaires, who would suffer from the Obama-sponsored “Fundamental transformation” of America from a world-class economy and society into a Third World loser state like that of Mexico.