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Estudia espanol!

Sherri34 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:36 AM
The best we can hope for, and we will have to fight the Dems every step of the way; -enforcement first: border fencing, more agents, more drones, E-Verify for all businesses. Prove enforcement for 2 years before anything else is considered - no citizenship, ever. Only right to work here. -must speak English, demonstrated at native speaker high school level -end all gov't docs in Spanish including ballots -end bilingual education -no sponsorship of family members of we will have millions more here -moratorium on immigration from Mexico, etc. They've more than had their share. Now we open it to educated Europeans and stop the Latinization of this country -end birthright citizenship -make sure laws are enforced for future illegals
curmudgeon10 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:41 AM
you are wrong. the best we can hope for is that the new hispanic majority will win out over the muslims that are being actively imported by the same government that is allowing us to be overrun by hispanics. if the hispanics win out, and dont adopt islam, we will be second class citizens in our own country. if the muslims win, we will be genocided. still, we continue to allow hispanics and muslims free access to our country. if there is a future, the united states will be the most frequently cited example of societal suicide.
curmudgeon10 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:45 AM
my bet is that the hispanics will win, but convert to islam. then the stupid americans that allowed them in our country can be genocided second class citizens. but maybe i will be proven wrong. we might get to continue to live as second class citizens.

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