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Earth To Conservatives: Immigrant Amnesty Is A Conservative Policy

Surtr Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 6:42 AM
Nearly 50 years and 4 generations haven't cured the Latino crime, education, welfare, poverty, gang, or imprisonment problems. There is no reason to believe that amnesty plus 18 years will change the 3rd World dysfunction they're bringing. Amerinds, the descendants of slaves, Hispanics, Polynesians, have been completely unassimilable for generations. The data are clear. For how long and how spectacularly must an experiment FAIL before we act on the results?
Matt in N.C. Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 6:57 AM
"For how long and how spectacularly must an experiment FAIL before we act on the results?"

You could ask the same question about welfare, Social Security, or any of a dozen other failed experiments: until the system collapses completely. And even then, those responsible won't admit failure.
Latinos are religious, morally conservative and tend disproportionately to join the military. They also tend to be hard working and entrepreneurial. Do we really have too many of them?
 
Do we really want to pack them up, forcibly, by the millions in the greatest forced migration in human history? How many are there, 15, maybe 20 million? No one has ever moved 15 million people against their will. No one has ever moved half that many without concentration camps, forced marches of one form or another and mass death through plague.
 
If there’s another way to do it, please...
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