What is it About the Word Illegal People don’t Understand?


Sheesh people, this is easy… Let’s break it into two parts. First is the definition of the word immigration from Dictionary.com:

From the World English Dictionary
immigration  (ˌɪmɪˈɡreɪʃən)
– n
1) the movement of non-native people into a country in order to settle there
2) the part of a port, airport, ect where government employees examine the passports, visas, etc of foreign nationals entering the country

And now the second part. The definition of the word illegal from Dictionary.com:

From the World English Dictionary:
illegal  (ɪˈliːɡ ə l)
– adj
1) forbidden by law; unlawful; illicit
2) unauthorized or prohibited by a code of official or accepted rules
– n
1) a person who has entered or attempted to enter a country illegally

Now, lets put them together…

The forbidden by law, unlawful, illicit movement of non-native people into a country in order to settle there. Or a person who has entered or attempted to enter a country illegally.

See? Easy. It really is THAT simple. Illegal versus Lawful immigration. I didn’t make up the definitions of the words I’m just using common sense and a bit of deductive reasoning to figure this out.

Most Americans do NOT have a problem with immigrants or immigration. Most Americans have a problem with ILLEGAL immigration. I wish the useful idiots in the MSM (mainstream media) would get it right. But I guess reporting the truth isn’t in their best interest. The same goes for our current crop of liberal politicians and these so called “immigration” lobbying groups. Americans need to put their collective foot down and put an end to this verbal non-sense.

‘Nuff said.

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I'm just a regular joe - I work hard to pay my bills, try and spend time with my wife and kids, and wonder about all the CRAZINESS going on in the world today! Things should be easier - it's either right or wrong, black or white. But now everyone has their own shade of gray... Me? I'm just asking questions...
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