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Believe President Obama on Immigration: He Will Not Enforce Most Laws Even After an Amnesty

dgenseric Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 12:22 AM
EVERYBODY says there is a White Privilege. EVERYBODY says this Privilege can be taken away. EVERYBODY says that there is ONLY one way to solve this problem. They say we were BORN with it. We're the Problem. The solution is to do away with the problem of us BEING HERE; white genocide. They say things like "We all bleed red. We're all one race," what they really mean is "on Earth, whites have no place" until 8% of the World's population are minorities in our own countries and finally gone. Where is the Tolerance & Diversity in that? They say they're anti-racist. What they are is anti-white Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white
Mountain Rose Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 3:41 AM
NO diversity of thought in the radical left

Remember however that most Latinos who live here are wonderful people.

The radical La Raza crowd is small but loud, and they succeed in driving a wedge between us our natural allies among the mainstream church-going entrepreneurial Latinos.

Don't let the radicals win by acting hateful toward the good guys.
Tired in Texas Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:54 AM
They are not "good guys" if they are here illegally. They are lawbreakers, and therefore are "bad guys". I agree that most of the Latinos that I know are wonderful people, but if they broke the law in order to come here, they are still "bad guys".

When a person's first act in coming to this country is to break the law, what makes you think that they will respect other laws. They drive illegally, having no driver's license and auto insurance; they accept jobs where they are paid "under the table" so they don't pay any form of income tax; they steal elections from the citizens by voting when they have no right to do so.

Now that President Obama and congressional Republicans have managed to talk themselves and the nation off the fiscal cliff, one of their top legislative priorities for 2013 will be to tackle the ever thorny issue of immigration reform.

As currently being discussed, “comprehensive immigration reform” will entail some form of amnesty for most or all of the 10-15 million illegal aliens believed to reside here, and significant increases in the number of legal immigrants we admit each year – a figure that already tops 1 million a year. None of these “reforms” is likely to be particularly popular with the...