Well then, I would expect you shouldn't expend much energy or concern on them. I agree, they will never control the USA.
On the other hand, like me, the majority of people are alarmed at this invasion, and the additional economic harm these foreign countries are trying to inflect here.
Perhaps you could see past your need to label people who have such concerns, and consider the reality of what is being encouraged.
To her Wall Street owners: Hillary Clinton: “But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. so, you need both a public and a private position.” - Hillary Clinton: "I'm kind of far removed from the struggles of the Middle Class"
What is also concerning is any of the females who are 9 months pregnant who may give birth while in custody in the US.
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The point is that deporting them within the law is all fine and good. Rape is not. I'm not surprised that the point sailed right over your head.
And you are changing the argument. It was about parenthood... not making babies. Nice try though... albeit intellectually dishonest.
Appeal to Pity
An appeal to pity attempts to persuade using emotion—specifically, sympathy—rather than evidence. Playing on the pity that someone feels for an individual or group can certainly affect what that person thinks about the group; this is a highly effective, and so quite common, fallacy.
This type of argument is fallacious because our emotional responses are not always a good guide to truth; emotions can cloud, rather than clarify, issues. We should base our beliefs upon reason, rather than on emotion, if we want our beliefs to be true.
Logical Fallacies» Appeal to Pity