Joe Biden

I haven’t seen anything here on Political Outcast about the following story, but since it is important, here it is.

From CNSNews, Our Vice President, sounding like he’s trying to express three separate thoughts at once:

“With regard to immigration, let me make two things absolutely clear: It is not only, from the perspective of the President, myself, and the American people, a matter of justice, respect, and according dignity to all people to bring 11 million undocumented men, women, and children out of the shadows, but it’s also overwhelmingly in the self-interest, the economic self-interest of the United States.”

Joe Biden must specifically mean the United States government when he refers to “the United States,” because although it is untrue that introducing what we are supposed to believe is only 11 million new employees into America’s workforce is in the “economic self-interest” of the country, it certainly is in the “economic self-interest” of the government. Under the assumption that the government is seeking to burden the economy—inasmuch as it is almost entirely under the control of leftists, this is not an unreasonable assumption (one might even call it an observation)—it certainly is in the government’s “economic self-interest” to unleash a tidal wave of unskilled hoards upon a workforce that currently isn’t even employing the legal citizens who have been attempting to join that workforce for what is now approaching six years. What happens in tanking economies? More people become and remain un- or underemployed. What do these people, whether out of necessity or out of laziness and greed, end up doing? Collecting government paychecks. And what happens when a person is freely given something that he depends on, and then is told by the gift-giver, “Those other guys over there want to take this away from you”? The recipient of this ostensibly free gift makes up his mind never to vote for “those other guys.” “Those other guys,” in this case, are Republicans.