VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: I wouldn’t be surprised if social workers focus on them in a greater fashion than they do the underclass of Chicago. We have this — I don’t know what it is. It’s some kind of weird, cultural tick that if you’re not a citizen and you’re coming into the country, even without legality or maybe not through the legal, lengthy process, we’re going to do all we can for you in a way that we kind of abandoned our own. I don’t know how else to explain it because if you’re a young African-American child, growing up in Chicago, I think we’re going to give your parents some money or subsidies, but we’re really out of sight, out of mind. We don’t really care about you. That’s a terrible thing to say, but I think that’s our attitude. We prefer people from another country than we do our own citizens. That’s kind of a commentary where we are… as a society.