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December 25, 2016 / conservadox

strange dream

I was in a hotel lobby watching a TV program about a small town in California.  The program suggested that the town was so dependent on illegal immigration that shutting it down would destroy the local economy.

Then a family from rural Mississippi came over and sat near me.  I thought to myself: “This whole argument is totally irrelevant to them.  I bet every single one of their ancestors was in this country before 1865, and probably everyone in their town.” Then I woke up.

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