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Condoleezza Rice is Right About Immigration, and the Nostalgists Are Wrong

April41 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:08 PM
I strongly disagree with this woman. These people came here illegally. God says to "Obey the laws of the land." They're not coming here to benefit and support this country. They are coming here to drain it. God also says that if you don't work, you don't eat. I think Americans come first right now and until this country is again on its feet - immigrants need to stay in their own country and solve their own problems. Let's not rewrite the Bible to suit our needs or beliefs. Where God has placed a period, don't put a question mark! We have become a foolish people and our generousity is being mistaken for stupidy and rightfully so.
Mattieohmalley Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:27 PM

Correct. These people are like burglars breaking into a house and giving birth to children while they were at it. Bowyer and other flaming leftists and promoters of genocide through immigration would have us believe that even burglars have the right to our property and estates.

The key feature of liberty is that property be protected. Without the protection of property free markets cannot work (because stealing becomes the status quo)

If Bowyer had any respect for free-market capitalism he would know this. Only the communists believe that no one should OWN anything. Including a country.

That is why the Soviets took so much territory.
On Wednesday evening former Secretary of State Condi Rice picked a fight with a large and vocal section of the Republican base, and I’m glad she did. This confrontation is long overdue. Zero-tolerance law-and-order rhetoric about the immigration issue has become the standard for talk radio and other conservative circles, and I think that this fact puts much of the conservative movement at odds with two of its most important foundations: a view of compassion derived from the Biblical tradition, and a commitment to economic freedom and limited government as an optimistic upward path to prosperity.
Here’s what she said:...