‘Where is Bull Conner [sic] and his dogs?’

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  1. Fair enough. Now look at it through the eyes of the Mexicans. The revanchist/reconquista movement underlies much of our illegal immigration problem. Demographics say that by 2050, the USA will be majority hispanic. Given that immigrants in the large numbers we’ve received from Mexico tend to stick together and form cultural enclaves, the spirit of the “melting pot” is defeated. If you are a Mexican who feels that Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and half of California were “stolen” in the mid-nineteenth century, then sneaking into the US is an act of patriotism.

    I would be in favor of suspending all immigration from any other country for five (5) years and assigning all visas to Mexicans. There is nothing wrong with hispanics. What is wrong is the large numbers. 10% of all Mexicans live in the United States, and after they become US citizens they still are permitted to vote in Mexican elections. That is a real problem, as it amounts to our elections being decided by foreign nationals.

    Mexicans see everything through the prism of color. When Sonja Sotomayor made the comment that a wise LATINA woman would make BETTER decisions THAN a WHITE man, she was speaking at a LaRaz symposium. (I have capitalized the pertinent words, as that is how it sounded to the La Raz members present). I am sure you are aware of La Raz, what it means, and the nature of their mission. Sotomayor’s statement was blatantly racist and no different than anything David Duke ever said. But that’s okay with me; I would rather know. We are better off when the Klan march in public, where we can keep an eye on them.

  2. I agree with the “melting pot is defeated” theory. Just see enclaves with major chinese or hispanic population – they stick to themselves and don’t learn english. I however think that since the recession started immigrants – especially hispanic ones – are the main target of white hatred. Illegal immigration is only possible due to a demand, and it doesn’t work to brake down the supply side. It is like a drug addict – you make it harder to get the drug – still there will be a way to get it. Instead of starting shutting down all factories, companies etc. that employ “illegal” immigrants you wasting valuable money for stupid increased border patrol. In this regard the GA law does actually something partly good with the electronic verification.

    It still should be easier to get a visa if you have a job here.

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