Robby, do you actually believe what you are saying? If the borders were open do you think people would be walking through the desert to get to Tucson? Obviousely not, so open borders would not trash the country. Unless you mean lots of brown people would trash the country, in that case you might as well have the balls to come out and say that.
Leo W. Banks loved by David Duke (Neo Nazi)
All the way back since 1996....
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