May be I am. May be I am also more actively engaged in political issues ....??
And because I live in a small country I must have a different view on many issues....
We’re again “off topic” but:
Though I study both candidates and issues I CANNOT claim any expertise in politics. My personal experiences with illegal Mexicans leads me to see both advantages and disadvantages in their presence here.
My own preference would be to make legal entry easier but require better documentation of legal entry by employers. Many do use stolen or faked Social Security cards but payment of income and Social Security taxes is still required. Computer checking should uncover those were employers required to keep better payment records and copies of those SS cards.
I live very near some “pickup points” where employers pick up (probably illegal) workers. Some use identified vehicles—usually those of construction or lawn service companies. Those employers should “serve time.”
I also feel disregarding laws on automobile registration, inspection and insurance should be grounds for permanent exclusion or even incarceration. A walk through a Wal Mart parking lot will show at least 5% of the vehicles with expired licenses and/or inspection stickers and I’d bet better than half of those are uninsured. Of course not all belong to illegals.
However this is a very minor and incompletely understood issue for me and I’m willing to “go along” with a majority. I know far more about the petroleum industries. I’ve studied them (and a couple of others) intensively for well over a quarter of a century—first for my employer and later for my own (reasonably successful) investments. I find the erroneous and misleading information I see on topix appalling.