I’m with CK on this one, but more sincerely. You can’t profile nationality in person, that’s something that is not readily obvious unless you rely on the heuristics of race and ethnicity. And this “every other country in the world” you’re talking about; you’re relying on a flawed argument. How can we criticize other countries for what our own already does?
No it isn’t. You’re spewing nonsense. You’re the one with a flawed argument. “The U.S. is bad if it doesn’t do something that no nation in existence does, or would consider doing!” It’s a stupid (i.e. flawed) argument.
What gets me is “Globalization” is the enemy of everyone to the left of Hitler, yet that’s exactly what you freaks are calling for. “There should be only one country and everyone is a citizen of everyplace.”
Dumb. Just plain dumb.
This has nothing to do with globalization.
If we wanted globalization we’d let everyone and their brother just come here legally or illegally. Which is the opposite of what we are trying to do.