PhillupSpace2 Wrote:
Nov 18, 2012 8:36 PM
Yes, I have posted this before but some missed the fifth grade arithmetic lesson! The census bureau tells us that in the last 10 years the Hispanic population increased at greater than 4% per year. Got that? Our fifth grader can tell you that a 4% per year increase means the number will double in about 17 years. So today's 58 million Hispanics will become 116 million before a newborn can become a senior in High School. That's year 2030 Or, 232 million in 2047. That was the total US population the year I was married. In 2064, ten years before the newborn can retire there will be half a billion Hispanics and this is only if NOT ONE ADDITIONAL PERSON came across the border in that titime!