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Saturday, March 05, 2016

Now That You Mention It…

The more fervent Trump supporters sometimes accuse open-borders proponents of trying to replace the current American population. I didn't think that was a good idea until now … but I just might change my mind after reading enough of their bulshytt.

In a related story, Robin Hanson tweets:

Lecturing unhappy voters that Trump is bad boy is as effective as lecturing your rebel daughter not to date bad boys…
Enjoy your "I was right" speeches while raising her bad boy son as she lives w/ you at home.
The effect of promoting Planned Parenthood in pro-Trump areas will be left as an exercise. I'm not supporting that because we cannot use the Ring …


Anonymous Edgewise said...

"...sometimes accuse open-borders proponents of trying to replace the current American population..."

By any chance, are you familiar with something called the "Curley Effect"?

8:58 PM  

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