As we know, the WSJ editorial page is enthusiastic about open borders. Here is a great paragraph from Rebecca Davis O’Brien talking about Churchill Downs horse track in Kentucky:
But Kentucky is also horse country, and many in the state’s most glamorous business say the president’s immigration crackdown is causing a pinch. Trainers say they depend on a steady supply of [Illegal it appears] foreign labor, primarily from Latin America and Mexico [odd, Mexico is part of Latin America], to do jobs Americans won’t.
Let’s translate: Businesses say that enforcement of the people’s laws would cause a problem because they are unwilling to pay higher wages. Illegal aliens are willing to work for less.
We see the argument for more open immigration. We don’t see the argument for not enforcing the current law.