What
are we
to do?
Boundaries established by material obstacle
beg to be destroyed while those defined by

noble principles invite emulation

As American citizens what are we to do?  

If to meet an "illegal" Mexican Immigrant, is it a moral obligation to notify the proper authorities or, do
we have the right to regard the Mexican Immigrant as a neighbor and/or friend?  

If to report, are we  then regarded as patriotic Americans?...Even though it would likely feel as if any
given informant would be a person who initiated an un-American chain of destructive events upon
another human being?  

WWMD?
Expulsion from any country is an issue never to be initiated without careful consideration
and consensus deriving from diverse and equal representation (this is obvious is it not?).  
Whether by uniformity to consequence or by Arbitrary and random
enforcement of law, it equates to the persecution of a race and/or culture if
Future of Nations
There will likely come a day in which the existence of boundaries to any nation function merely as geographical reference
points for countless world travelers.  The attributes relative to any geographical location will be enhanced by the hospitality
found in surrounding society.  

Consistent with the nature of human nature, there is the facet of human instinct that
seeks the disintegration of a conglomerate perceived to possess both the ability and
the desire to impose its will on lesser coalitions.
The strength of any apparent unified force/nation is in the attributes of that which adheres the
many divergent components as one in a commitment to resolve disputes without the use of
violence and/or unjust coercion.
Perhaps humanity as a whole will be truly free to pursue unencumbered social evolution when it realizes any innocence
perceived lost never existed at all. Times perceived 'simpler' were invariably applied only to those to whom the social
conditions most favored.
The exploitation of weakness has never been an indicator of true-strength and vulnerability
has nothing to do with true-virtue.
Nature of Nations
It is not to the positive interests of any nation to which the persecution of individuals/peoples serves.  
All humans seek to serve common needs and most seek to do so by fair and just measure.  An
immigration policy condoning differential treatment without regard to the extended consequences
shows no regard for the sanctity of the individual.  As of 2012 immigration policy in the United States
equates to persecution.  It is unjust and a great nation risks grave consequences if to extend the
trajectory of current practices.
I am afraid that I must defer to respect of the individual rather then full compliance
with the laws of my own nation.  As a reasonably conscientious and still-proud
citizen of the US,  I protest that our current policies are not fair to my human right
to embrace human rights.  M
Unjust?
differential treatment is applied to any 'collective'.  And, It is profoundly inconsistent  to ask millions of current citizens to
disregard inequities while simultaneously proclaiming the embrace of liberty and equality.

Meanwhile a just nation desires equality in the process of facilitating the acquisition of relative
equal strength for all peoples  recognizing a great disparity- even if apparently favorable- will
eventually lead to the becoming fearful of its own disproportionate powers.

U.S. Citizen

What are we to do

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Times perceived 'simpler' were invariably applied only to those to whom the social conditions most favored. The exploitation of weakness has never been an indicator of true-strength and vulnerability has nothing to do with true-virtue