I think it's pretty unlikely Russia or anyone would be able to smuggle a million people into the country. You would still of course have residency requirements so you can only vote where you live.
There are a lot of people who want to give you a driver's license,
I'd much rather have people that are licensed driving than people that aren't able to be licensed (and drive illegally)
the right to vote,
Sure, why not? They're paying taxes and affected by the policies as much as anyone. The country was founded from people mad about being taxed but not having representation in government.
and free health insurance.
Health care is a lot cheaper if you do it sooner rather than later. It's not like hospitals will deny someone emergency health care, so it's much better that they have health insurance.
Clearly, the job of the US government is to provide benefits to everybody, regardless of their citizenship status.
Yes, that's exactly what government is for. We don't deny people the right of free speech just because they're not a citizen either.
This is why Trump is winning.
Winning what exactly? It sure isn't any of the polls!
Hillary is a crook with a long history of lying, illegal activity, and corruption.
And Trump has been documented to lie many times over the course of a week, advocates for war crimes, and admits he plays a part of the corruption in the political system (plus he was recently fined by the IRS after bribing a judge). If you're looking for the cleaner candidate, you won't find it in Trump.
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