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The Beginning of the Beginning of the Immigration Debate

loadstar Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 9:06 AM
There is a common red herring line about opposing poor Hispanic ILLEGALS---> "Hey, they said the same things about the poor Irish and Italians 100 years ago!" There are 3 HUGE differences... 1) America itself is much different-- we are now an advanced service economy where education & communications skills are essential 2) Hispanics are very low aptitude-- average I.Q. just 80 per the Science Channel...that was NOT true of Euro's 3) when they crossed the pond, Euro's WANTED to become Americans; Hispanics want Reconquista
DonMann Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 11:58 AM
Loadstar great point, Also it's not like the hispanics just got here. There in lays the problem, as we see them everyday living their 3rd world culture for ALL to see. I live in Southern California and it;s almost like living in the 3rd world at times, not what America needs to become and it will, just look to CA as the example of the U.S. once the traitors are done.
DonMann Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 11:58 AM
Loadstar great point, Also it's not like the hispanics just got here. There in lays the problem, as we see them everyday living their 3rd world culture for ALL to see. I live in Southern California and it;s almost like living in the 3rd world at times, not what America needs to become and it will, just look to CA as the example of the U.S. once the traitors are done.

The end of the first week of the debate over immigration reform proved that it is the roller derby of public policy debates for Republicans and Democrats alike.

Louisiana Senator David Vitter was the first to provide a face plant and skid over the rails. The blowback directed at Vitter for mocking Marco Rubio was intense, and the penalty box includes a copy of An American Son for reading. “Naïve” about immigration doesn’t work well with the son of immigrants.

More seriously, Senator Schumer may have declared immigration reform over before it began...