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The GOP's Immigration Mess

Sanity102 Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 7:03 PM
In Ann Coulter's book "bullies", she said that the Dixiecrats (Dems) had to finally decide: either get on board with civil rights or forever lose elections. The GOP has to face the same truth: the Hispanic bashing (known as illegal immigration) is a LOSING issue. Just how many elections do they have to lose before they get this one fact: you cannot win if your team doesn't even get into the game. They will NEVER get into the game as long as "illegal immigration" actually means Mexican.
loadstar Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 7:29 PM
Ah, "insanity" strikes again!

The simple, inconvenient truth is that the lion's share of ILLEGALS IS Hispanic poor.

And America will go to hell in a hand basket if it tolerates over 10 million poor and ignorant, willfully culturally disparate staying and slithering toward citizenship...which will only bring many millions more like them...we will devolve into the third world that they bring with them.

The REAL core problem is their low aptitude; the Science Channel notes that the average IQ among Hispanics is just 80. THAT is why they populate our prisons (and other social pathologies-- dropouts, illegitimacy's, gangs, barrio blight) in great numbers-- along w/the blacks

PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 7:41 PM
“If you drop out of high school, how many good jobs are there out there for you? None. That wasn’t true 10 or 15 years ago,” Education Secretary Arne Duncan said in an interview with The Associated Press.

So, are these people going to jump right into these hi tech jobs with one week training? Are they going to fill a need?

Didn't we just read that Graduation rates have hit their lowest point in 4 years?
Could that be because an ever increasing percentage of students are minority(read Hispanic) and just can't handle the classwork? and sincwe they have already declared that the Hispanics in California are multiplying so rapidly they will outnumber all others in 11 months?
Could it be them that are dropping out?

On Saturday I will be debating Mark Kirkorian on immigration policy before the National Review Institute.

I am a "wet," on the topic. Have been since I opposed California's proposition 187 in 1994.

Mark, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, is a "dry."

Here's the interesting thing about out "debate," to be moderated by National Review's Jim Geraghty: Even if one or the other of us succeeds in persuading everyone in the room of our point of view, it doesn't matter. Not a lick. The GOP is branded as an anti-immigrant party, especially with voters under 30, the...