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The Republican Hispanic Challenge

LarryBruce Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 2:39 PM
So long as the primary demand of hispanic politics is regarding "Immigration Reform". That is, allowing no limitation on migration in the US from Latin America and amnestying all Illegals, then there is no meeting of the minds possible and no real possibility of "outreach". It's always been a stone-cold race war against the Americans for these people. We understood that for over 150 years and keep a close rein on border traffic. The moment we stopped, they came. And it won't end voluntarily on their part, not until the US is another Latin American country and whites are a powerless minority. This is your future if we keep on with this BS, and you all know it. So don't bother talking this surrender, outreach pro-amnesty crp.
SVARA Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 2:44 PM
Excellent. I agree 100%. Unfortunately we have too many spineless wimps in congress that might cave at any time and then make weak as* excuses as they always do.
God_Of_War Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 3:46 PM
OHHHH Sooooo Very True ! !

But don't forget, the blame lays squarely on the shoulders of the liberal media. Their desire for a multi-cultural America seems like a neat idea. But the problem is the minorities don't like the white man and won't "melt together" as is so often proclaimed by the media. Minorities will never learn to live together because minorities won't get passed the race issue....especially blacks. The problem is the media has some kind of utopian vision of a melded peoples called America and this will never happen. We are already seing the rumblings of a balkanized America with the succesionist movement. Which I'm part of BTW.

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