You prolly just summoned them. This tends to happen. Anyway, I haven't ever been behind a pres candidate like I am am behind Bernie. Been that since he first ran. I will gladly support the farthest-left option again and again until it works because I want to elect someone who wants to save humans and human rights, not just use borders and racism and corporations to advance their own aims. This immigration plan is good. One thing it could do is integrate Americans with immigrants in a healthier fashion. That's a good long-term benefit because it affects the most important issue we currently face: climate change. Racists vote Republican almost every time. If racists elect more Rebublican presidents, then nothing is done about climate change. I.E. racism directly affects us as an existential risk because of ongoing policy that ignores the very real threat of climate change. Turns out, electing people who are more humane isn't just being a carebear. It's also trying to save the world. Having a real, comprehensive policy that makes day to day life between immigrants and born citizens more normalized can only help in this capacity, and anything that reduces the ammunition racists use to affect their childrens' future racist voting decisions is great. We can't have a great policy on climate change without a great policy on social change. Republicans will always side with big business unless we force them not to, and racists will always vote Republican unless we show them that not doing so helps them as much as it does others.