Now we know why the "biparisan" Pew Hispanic Center released their BS report that Illegals from Mexico are no longer a problem since more are leaving than coming - as was posted on FR yesterday in at least the following two threads:
"The US Has Finally Done It: Mexican Immigrants Become Emigrants"
"Net Migration from Mexico Falls to Zeroand Perhaps Less"
These were but two of the scores of MSM articles broadcasting that propaganda - not only ahead of the SCOTUSA case, but before A Democrat Immigration offensive in the Senate and the GOP presidential campaign position on the issue coalesces.
Aside from numbersusa.com, I have not been able to find any other article on this Quinnipiac poll's finding of support for SB 1070.
posted on 04/25/2012 5:05:54 AM PDT
Aside from numbersusa.com article and the Fox article it links to
posted on 04/25/2012 5:09:51 AM PDT
How could anyone be against proving citezenship before being allowed to register to vote and then showing ID when actually voting? Specifically, why would Latino’s be against this? Would Mexican’s or Brazilians or Panamanians want 200,000 Americans voting in their elections illegally? I don’t think so.
I know the GOP gets painted as this anti-minority, rich people loving, group of white people but, I honestly belive the complete opposite is true. It is because we believe in people’s capabilities and the constitution that we vote like we do. We belive in people not government.
The irony is that it is the Dems who are constantly going on about how minorities are incapable, hispanics can’t figure out how to get photo ID, and women can’t get good jobs. I think just the opposite: Minorities are quite capable, hispanics can indeed figure out how to get photo ID, and women can make as much money in this life as they want. Heck, my wife has made more money than me for years.
What a mess.
posted on 04/25/2012 5:18:12 AM PDT
Do we really want SCOTUS to make its decisions based on polls?
posted on 04/25/2012 5:33:18 AM PDT
To: spectre; truthkeeper; processing please hold; antceecee; navymom1; jaredt112; Edgerunner; ...
posted on 04/25/2012 5:39:13 AM PDT
Yes, Americans overwhelmingly support immigration enforcement.
Question is, where do Boehner, McConnell, Romney, Rubio, Christie, McCain, Bush (any of the Bushes), etc., etc. stand?
posted on 04/25/2012 6:16:33 AM PDT
( White, black, and red all over--America's affirmative action, metrosexual president.)
The 'nice thing' (HUGH sarc.)
about Barry, his administration, and the RAT party in general, is that they only like the parts of the Constitution that gives them (more) power over the people. In all other situations it may a swell not exist.
- Immigration: "Per the Constitution that's a Federal Power you peons so butt out. Even if we aren't doing our job and are blatantly ignoring all existing laws and regulations that's none of your business. So there!"
- Article I, Section 8, Clause 15 (Repel Invasions): "We don't choose to enforce that silly part. We have our ears closed and are going .. la-la-la-la-la. So there!"
- Article IV, Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion... "la-la-la-la-la, we can't hear you. So There!"
- The Tenth Amendment: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. "What's that? Who put that thing there? We don't like it are going to ignore it. So There!"
But get anywhere near the Commerce Clause and reining in their abuse of it and it's like someone took their Barbie Doll away. Then they declare all-out war on you.
posted on 04/25/2012 6:18:28 AM PDT
(Yo Hoffa, so you want to 'take out conservatives'. Well okay Jr - I'm your Huckleberry)
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