No the game changer is legal immigration. During the decade ending in 2010 we had the largest number of legal immigrants ever to enter this country, 13.9 million. During that same period we had a net loss of jobs nationally of about 400,000. 57% of immigrant headed households with children are on welfare. 25% of the adult legal immigrants who enter annually lack a high school degree.
Demographics are destiny. When Democrats could not win the argument, they changed the demographics. We have to be willing to change the demographics ack, or surrender the country. We can convince Americans that freedom and free markets are best for us. We will never convince mestizos, muzzies and filipinos to vote to uphold America's heritage. They want to destroy it, and then take their piece, like hyenas fighting over a corpse.
How do you change the demographics back? Certainly, it must start with LEGAL immigration. You don't bring in 1.2 million legal immigrants a year, which is responsible for about 75% of your population growth. And the vast majority of our immigrants come from the Third World.
Thanks for posting the facts on LEGAL immigration. Too many conservatives focus on illegal immigration & don’t understand that it’s the legal immigration that moved the USA to a center-left nation.
Definitely address legal immigration, too. We don’t need it. Back in 1994, when Alien Nation came out, they were calling for a time out on legal immigration. But I’m telling you that with California, the illegals are a huge part of the voting mix now, enough to sway the outcome, and a huge part of the budget deficit. That is a problem that can easily be addressed just by following the law, and that is where we need to start. Stop all legal immigration, too, but if they came here legally, good luck getting rid of them. For them, you have to hope to reach some of their third generation. If we don’t get rid of illegals NOW, there won’t be any opportunity to win over those who are here LEGALLY and who aren’t going anywhere, because we will never win any elections.