08 10 11 - 07:05Funny how we hear a lot about "self-organizing" systems whenever it involves liberal ideas:
The vanishing began Wednesday night, the most frightened families packing up their cars as soon as they heard the news.
The exodus of Hispanic immigrants began just hours after a federal judge in Birmingham upheld most provisions of the stateâs far-reaching immigration enforcement law.
The judge, Sharon Lovelace Blackburn, upheld the parts of the law allowing state and local police to ask for immigration papers during routine traffic stops, rendering most contracts with illegal immigrants unenforceable and requiring schools to ascertain the immigration status of children at registration time.
When Judge Blackburn was finished, Alabama was left with what the governor called âthe strongest immigration law in this country.â - New York Times
For all the "you can't stop this immigration invasion, they're here now and have citizenship," consider this:
- Laws change. If we stopped protecting people from "discrimination," those who found no utility to being here would leave.
- Benefits talk. When we hand out free medical care, housing vouchers, and government programs, people use them. They're gifts, not citizenship agreements.
- Citizenship. We have no concept of citizenship except that you "live here now." That can change, culturally and socially, to great effect.
No problem is insurmountable. And when you make your intentions clear, as AL did and other states are about to do, the mass migration reverses itself into an exodus, and vanishes the way it came.