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Remember, the vast majority of these low-skilled immigrants aren’t refugees. They’re not so much “yearning to be free” as much as they’re looking for a job and better life. There’s nothing at all wrong with that, but does that motivation trump the exact same motivation of Americans and other legal immigrants already here? Do we tell those Americans who are even now dying deaths of despair in part because of lost economic opportunity that immigration policy should make their lives more difficult because, well, “there’s this poem on the Statue of Liberty”?