conclusion on immigration and nationality act

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this is one paragraph that i wrote in a five paragraph essay. four other people wrote the other paragraphs.

Submitted: December 14, 2015

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America has always been a nation founded on the principle of storytelling. Each one of us is another character, another element, playing a pivotal role in the greatest epic of all time. In other words, we decide what our story is. There are two basic directions in which we can take our story: the path of the comedy or the path of the tragedy. The tragedy may seem appealing to some neo-goth jock-tweezers in our nation’s high schools, but to any sensible human being we would want to avoid the route that ends in catastrophe. Not convinced? Let me paint a picture of a nation with crime levels skyrocketing off the charts, a nation with social security that actually hurts Americans, and a nation where honest people are shunned. All of these things would come as a result of putting in the policies of the Immigration and Nationality Act. We all know a peaceful nation is not easy to come by. We are Americans. We get it. In order to achieve the story with a happy ending that we all long for, there must be rules that do not allow someone to sneak into our country and have a baby just so they can continue suckling on our public services, and ruining our domestic tranquility.


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