Comments Posted By Charles Warren
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LOOKING FOR MIDDLE GROUND IN THE IMMIGRATION DEBATE

1. It is not at all true that all conservatives want the border secured. Kerry wanted to merge the US into Europe. Bush wants to merge the US into Latin America.

2. There is no reason to trust Bush's motives on this at all. Nor those of the open border lobby in general.

3. Securing the borders cuts across both parties on class lines. Get this. Blacks are every bit as hostile to illegal immigration as working class Whites. They are being pushed out of the unskilled job category and with a guest worker program poor blacks will be pushed out of the job market entirely. They understand that. This is a wonderful opportunity to split the Democratic Party along class lines. Given this divide, don't be so sure that a Democratic majority will be in a position to open the borders.

Comment Posted By Charles Warren On 17.05.2006 @ 20:28

MY OBLIGATORY RESPONSE TO THE PRESIDENT'S IMMIGRATION SPEECH

No, Tano.

The economy does not need workers in the least. It has tons of unemployed or underemployed workers. They are called minorities and teenagers.

That is an unqualified lie.

What employers want is simply to pay Third World wages for easily exploited cheap labor. To ascribe racist motives to the Black, White, Asian, and Hispanic working Americans who are fighting to protect their families from the future of net downwards social mobility you have mapped out for them is a filthy slur and lie.

Comment Posted By Charles Warren On 16.05.2006 @ 19:01


 


 


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