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Ted Nugent on Illegal Immigration: Don't Turn America Into a S***hole
I may not get YouTube notification when the show I write for is uploaded. But I did get one for Joe Rogan interviewing Ted Nugent. Uncle Ted didn't disappoint.
With everything in the news about illegal immigration (see Democrats Don’t Care About Kids. Why is This So Hard to Understand? and Democrat Candidate Ocasio-Cortez Accuses ICE of Running "Black Sites"), the Nuge had a few thoughts.
Why would you come here to get away from a s***hole and then turn the place you came to into the s***hole? We have a constitution, We have a Bill of Rights. You need to earn your own way. You need to work very hard.
If you're in the asset column, I love you.
If you're in a liability column, I love you if you're having hard times.
If you have squatted, intentionally, as an able-bodied individual in that liability column, you are a detriment to America. And you should get the f*** out of here.
I wonder how hard it would be to get Uncle Ted's rant engraved on the Statue of Liberty. Because it's spot on. His makes more sense than the poem that's on there now. Plus, leftists seem to think the inscription on Lady Liberty is law. No.
Another salient point both made: we need to make Mexico suck less. Not just Mexico, may I add, but the other shithole countries from whence immigrants come. A long time ago we wrote a column OPINION: We Don't Need 'Open Borders' We Need to Export Freedom. Because in all this talk about America's open borders, what the left is accidentally admitting is how incredible America is. Maybe, just maybe, rather than demonizing America, the same country everyone wants to get into, we should export American exceptionalism as an idea for other countries to emulate.