"Immigrants coming here, stealing our jobs" (in a lower-class accent). Where the **** did this moronic pro-immigrant 'argument' originate? And if I say "The Sun is the most massive object in the Solar System" in a lower-class accent, does that invalidate that statement too??

Wow, your glass of water analogy fails in spectacular fashion. Guess that is to be expected from someone who has no idea what he's talking about...

You are conveniently ignoring the other half of this "mass immigration legislation" you seem so upset about; your right to move across the EU, and work wherever. You know, the very same thing these evil EU immigrants are doing. Now for sure there could be many reasons why you don't want to do that, but there is nothing that says you can't.

If you lived in the middle of nowhere with little to no career opportunities, you have a choice of staying there, and being unemployed or maybe working a shit job for the rest of your life. Or you could do the sensible thing and pack up your shit and head over to an area where there are more opportunities. This is a very simple concept, and people have been doing this since forever. You don't hear many people complain about them evil Bollingtonians stealing jobs from the hard-working folks of Manchester, do ya? If people can move from one town to the next, or one county to the next to live and work - then why not move from one country to the next?

If you want to stick with your overly simplistic glass of water analogy, then we must get rid of the tap and instead dunk the whole glass in a big bucket of water.

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