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Earth To Conservatives: Immigrant Amnesty Is A Conservative Policy

Alexander37 Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 12:07 PM
That's not true. Look at Texas, as many Hispanics as a percentage of their population as California but Conservatives love Texas.
aalexander306 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 9:20 AM
From a U of Texas publication:

A graph of poverty rates in the US and Texas shows that every year since 1980 Texas has had a higher poverty rate than the US. One might well ask why this is the case, and we shall address this question and others as we go along.

What else is distinctive or notable about poverty in Texas? One way to answer this question is to ask how Texas ranks with the other fifty states on a variety of indicators. For example, in 2007 Texas ranked second among all the states in the percent of its populace that was poor (that is, only four states had higher rates). The poverty rate for Texas in that year was 16.5%. The only other state that had higher poverty rates was Mississippi (20.1%). It should be pointed out that the
sickofitinca Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 11:12 PM
So you are trying to say that since conservatives like Texas they like illegals? I guess that you can compare an apple to an orange and since they are both fruit you would then say they taste the same? Your argument is non sequitur.
Latinos are religious, morally conservative and tend disproportionately to join the military. They also tend to be hard working and entrepreneurial. Do we really have too many of them?
 
Do we really want to pack them up, forcibly, by the millions in the greatest forced migration in human history? How many are there, 15, maybe 20 million? No one has ever moved 15 million people against their will. No one has ever moved half that many without concentration camps, forced marches of one form or another and mass death through plague.
 
If there’s another way to do it, please...
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