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Reasonable politicians need to take immigration more seriously

Nearly everyone can agree: The scene at the southern border is a horror.

Even those who somehow think that it isn't a moral horror to see little kids pulled from their parents and put in cages -- or, to use the preferred term among White House defenders, "chain-link partitioned holding areas" -- recognize that it is a political horror. If the politics weren't so bad, supporters wouldn't be so desperate to come up with more

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