Letter: Whose morality is right?
Sitting in the barber’s chair getting what’s left of my hair trimmed, the barber asked if I was preparing for the end of the world—referring to the well-off who were preparing shelters. "What good will it do them; who will do their work for them?" I asked to peals of laughter.
Let’s be straight up-and-down adherents to the law of the land and forthwith begin in earnest a merciless campaign to expel every illegal immigrant we can lay our hands on. We might actually see a reduction in the number of overweight citizens.
Would the fabled U.S. economy survive without the aid of yet another massive subsidy willingly provided by several million illiterate, unschooled, troublesome immigrants who know they’re getting the short end of the stick? In the question of asking who is subsidizing whom, whose version of morality do you use?
George B. DeMarco