To: international american
How many cities in California has this happened to? Dozens!!
Yep. And throw in the cities of Raligh North Carolina, Atlanta, Phoenix, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Portland Oregon, cities in Tennessee, Salt Lake city, Chicago, and on and on.
It's very sad, but this is where most cities and their surrounding suburbs are heading. Bet the rent. If one want's to live with boom boxes of Spanish music, lots of drinking, trash, busted up cars, high crime, etc fine. Otherwise, have a plan of getting out of the big cities, and the suburbs...
This is the only way one will be able to escape most of it. That is unless one has big time money, and can live in gated, wealthy secured communities.....Even then, one has to go out into it daily. Not a real good option.
posted on 12/15/2003 11:38:32 AM PST
by Joe Hadenuf
(I failed anger management class, they decided to give me a passing grade anyway)
To: Joe Hadenuf
"and can live in gated, wealthy secured communities.....Even then, one has to go out into it daily. Not a real good option."
Self imposed prison sentence:) Some option!! The politicians have no will to stop this. I'm afraid the battle is already lost, and our culture will be destroyed.
To: Joe Hadenuf
I can understand your position, that the best thing to do is to move away from where all the illegals are. However, that smacks mightily of surrender. And once you do that, nothing will stop these parasites from following you, and taking over wherever you eventually fled to. I hate to say this, but we may find ourselves having to fight to save our country, because if we don't, and if nothing is done to reverse this invasion, we will be a third-world country in ten or twenty years, with the English language only spoken furtively and secretly. Good God, the greatest country in the history of the world is being conquered by a horde of unwashed, basically illiterate, criminal misfits without a shot being fired. And our elected officials are accomplices in the crime.
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