Skip to comments.Everybody but the GOP knows immigration reform guarantees Democrat control forever
Posted on 04/26/2013 8:16:35 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
Every thinking American, whether conservative or liberal knows that when the feckless Republicans in the Congress fold and stab us in the back by erasing our borders Democrat Party control of our lives will be assured forever.
The sad truth is that we are reduced to hoping that the horrific terror attack on Boston will defeat the Democrats plans to swamp our country with ready- made Democrat voters because there seems to be little reason to hope the Republicans will do so.
There are several reasons we should be concerned about the Democrat plan to erase our borders. Nevertheless, we cannot depend on Senate or Congressional Republicans to...
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Rising above party politics one can also see that “amnesty” would be a huge national disaster even if not a single one of the wetbacks,or their descendants,voted in a single election.
Country for sale dirt cheap,price votes.
Nah. Once immigrants get to join the country club, they will become Republican just like previous immigrants. Everyone votes their pocketbook. Keep ‘em poor, means keep ‘em democrats. Works for Reagan Democrats too.
That, too. The amnesty for illegals would get it all done in one big swoop- no having to wait for the buildup of legals and the legal immigration does provide for some acculturation time and some changes in political outlook.Amnesty avoids that by quickly swearing in an overwhelming Democrat majority before the newbies settle in to being Americans. Once they have that and total control of the government the Constitution is de facto and permanent no matter how much minds might change.
While I would like to remain a Republican, having been a registered Republican since the Goldwater election, if they do not make it impossible, I will never vote for any Republican who acts as though he has no interest in preserving the ethnic heritage of America.
Let me make this even clearer. My forebears came to America in the 19th Century, some from Central Europe in the early 19th Century, most from Eastern Europe towards the very end. They came to a Federation of States steeped in the Anglo/Celtic values of a unique settler people, who charted their particular cultural destiny in 1776, and affirmed key attributes of it in 1789.
As one sworn both when I entered the military and when I became a lawyer, to uphold that Constitution--entered into in 1789--I understand that betrayal of the cultural heritage of that particular people is a betrayal of my oath, as well as a betrayal of the appealing culture which drew so many others to America, before the Welfare State & "Diversity" Cults, began to undermine that culture.
If the Republican leadership in Washington wants to permanently reject the millions of Americans who think as I do, they will have no chance of future victory in much of what is still at least nominally "America." Wake up, fellows & girls, or be damned from here to eternity!
the naivety of some "conservatives" is just mind boggling.
We are not all so much human putty. If you want Conservative immigrants, you need to restrict immigration to those who share our values, from wherever place they come.
the rino leadership of the gop knows it. they think it will get them better treatment with the press and more power compromising on bills with the liberals. maybe even high positions as the moderate republican in democrat administrations.
There are still those who think that there is a difference between the GOP and the RATS.
Congress is not concerned with the wellbeing of the nation but with the welfare of its members.
This fit in very nicely with the Norman Cousins (Untied World Federalist) formula for undermining American sovereignty. (See Surrender By Subterfuge.)
If all of this be not treason, what is it? It may not be an easy case to prove--because proving the intent to make war on the United States is very difficult--but it is cut from the same cloth as Benedict Arnold or the Norwegian Quisling's rationalizations for actual Treason.
CA is the canary in the coal mine. The demographics of America will look like CA by 2050. More and more states are turning purple, e.g., VA, CO, NV, and FL, with more on the way like NC. It has been going on for decades. We are being colonized by the Third World.
I appreciate the points that you raised but I do think you have overlooked the power of the purse. Yes there are rich democrats but there may be very limited poor republicans. Tax cuts don’t have wide appeal. The Reagan Democrats voted for Reagan and the Bush duo. I am pretty sure this included a lot with immigrant backgrounds. So it is possible. However if their jobs are exported they quickly turn to Democrats. If that is their foreseeable future then they will be forever democrats.
For an illustration of my point, you might look at the great difference in voting patterns between two subsets of the German Immigrants, who came to America in the 19th Century. Milwaukee drew predominantly from the Left side of German social identification; Cincinnati from the Right. The descendants still reflect, to a considerable degree similar attitudes. (Even Cincinnati Democrats tend to be less "kookie" than the thugs trying to intimidate others in Wisconsin, after the Tea Party triumph, Statewide, in 2010.)
Another contrast would be between those who settled in enclaves in ports of entry, with their countrymen who went into the hinterlands. Not only are certain national origins more apt to vote Left than others, generally, but there is considerable variation, in inclinations, reflected from arrival on. (See, for example, the discussion of the Goldwater defeat in An American Immigration Policy.)
We need to stop pretending that people are interchangeable. That, as previously stated, is an insult to all.
The point is that we should treat all with respect; but citizenship should be reserved to those who share the values--including the cultural values--of rooted Americans. That means those who honor the purpose stated in the Preamble to the Constitution.
C'mon man. The Reagan Democrats were not racists. They were more likely to agree with Ross Perot.
I agree with that except for the “forever” part. At some point the Red States will secede. The Democrats dream of enslaving us. They’ll succeed for a while, but ultimately they’ll fail because we’ll leave and then they’ll be stuck with themselves. Lol. Actually, it might be worth the whole mess just to see Bloomberg and his ilk forced to live cheek-to-jowl with “yutes.”
Who said that they were "racists?" I said that they were offended ("betrayed") by the Democratic Party's move to the Left in embracing a Civil Rights Movement, which if you analyze it, was certainly racist, in overturning all sorts of basic principles to obtain a race based objective. Or do you think that it is really the business of the Federal Government to police private employment choices; or school district school assignments; or to whom an individual rents a room in his personal residence?
The Reagan Democrats did not want to change American fundamentals, and represented a potential that William Rusher discussed in his 1975 book, The Making Of The New Majority Party.
No, it doesn't. The status quo is far better than the alternative of legalizing these people and then allowing them to vote.
Short of routing the leftists out of our schools where their kids will learn they are victims of US and never learn anything about America or it's values or shipping them back home--the status quo is the BEST option.ANYTHING to prevent them from voting as long as the leftists have the power and apparatus to manipulate them and mold them into permanent leftist voters.
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