I mean, the real issue is what to do about the pollutants that are already in our air, water, and soil. Any plan for reducing current and future pollution (i.e. reducing auto emissions, reducing industrial waste) that does not explain what to do about pollutants that are already here is worthless and should be rejected. We cannot worry about reducing our current and future pollution unless we simultaneously deal with the pollutants that are already in the air, water and soil.
Sounds silly, right? Then why do we accept this argument when it comes to illegal immigration?
That is all.