Welfare and immigration: a contradiction in terms

Karl Denninger points out the fundamental incompatibility between immigration and a welfare state. Fundamentally-incompatible things can be serious trouble. Put gasoline in your diesel-fueled vehicle and see what happens.  Or the converse. Drink a bunch and then go operate some sort of machinery.  The outcome is likely to be very bad. Welfare in general — where you are given a right to take from someone else by force something you want but have not earned — is incompatible with a lot of things. One of the things it’s incompatible with is an “open border”. This is math, not politics.  America

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