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Paul12292 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:56 AM
Chavez is really a one-trick pony on this subject. As Lawrence Auster has written at View From the Right (http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/023757.html ): “If it is the case that Hispanics demand that America legalize all Hispanic illegal aliens and make such support their condition for voting for a party, then it is not true that Hispanics are assimilating into America as loyal Americans. Rather, they are mainly interested in enlarging and empowering their own ethnic group at the expense of America and its rule of law. In that case why should their wishes be respected?”
Carl469 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 4:27 PM
Lawrence Auster is a truly sane voice in the wilderness. I've been reading him for years. Hispanics come here to receive free benefits and to become part of a critical mass that constitutes a nation-within-a-nation. If they become eligible to vote, they will for Latino identity politicians and white & black Democrats who expand their free lunch.
SVARA Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:15 AM
Very good points, and I want to add that as my wife and I are grandchildren of legal Skandivavian and Russian immigrants who did not have nor want any help from our Govt. They became Americans and their children taught their parents English as they slowly learned it in school without bi-lingual ed. They paid their fee at Ellis island. But these parasite illegals and their anchor maggot kids expect everything and offer nothing. I along with others hope that if these illegals are granted amnesty that those immigrants that came here legallly and paid thousands of dollars, file class action lawsuits against the entities that have granted the illegals undeserved amnesty.
There may be no single, simple explanation why Mitt Romney lost the election this week -- but clearly the perception that the GOP is anti-Hispanic didn't help. For years, I've been warning my fellow conservatives that their position on immigration would be costly, not just politically but for the economy as well.

The election results definitively proved the former. The Hispanic vote was decisive in denying Romney a win in Colorado, Nevada, Florida and possibly Virginia. Without winning more Hispanic votes, the Republican Party may be doomed to permanent minority status.

Hispanics are the fastest growing population in the country....