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Gifted Hands

Doug3370 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:28 AM
The influx of Mexicans affects the demographics, but why must it be fatal to the nation? These new immigrants have strengths. They have achievements to their credit. Their children can make good citizens, though this will take better education than now is the norm.
hjismsm105 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 12:35 PM
Doug, the demographics is that a large majority of latinos, not only mexicans, are raised and educated on the theories of socialism. That is the primary reason that the latino countries can never get ahead. And they are importing that ideology with them to supplement and encourage the current league of commies/socialists of the liberal democrats. Mooching off the government never works as the europeans are showing. So, with that many more of that ideology in control, it spells the end of the United States as we know it, making it just a northern area of mexico, relegating U.S, citizens to being just another third world country. Not at all what the founders of this past great nation and the Constitution stood for.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:33 AM
Doug33770... unlike those hat immigrate to this nation from regions of this world no comprising Mexico it is only those that do who harbor thoughts comprising the "golden triangle". It is for this reason and material creature comfort (termed 'opportunity') that they are at all here rather than be for reasons rooted in ideology.

They present a risk while many have talent. It depends on how this talent is employed while those of them (50%) with but a double digit IQ belong elsewhere... such as in Mexico from whence they came under false pretense.

A remarkable book titled Gifted Hands tells the personal story of Benjamin Carson, a black kid from the Detroit ghetto who went on to become a renowned neurosurgeon.

At one time young Ben Carson had the lowest grades in his middle school class, and was the butt of teasing by his white classmates. Worse yet, he himself believed that he was just not smart enough to do the work.

Fortunately for him, his mother, whose own education went no further than the third grade, insisted that he was smart. She cut off the television set and made him and his brother...