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June 2, 2006

About The Politics of Immigration Reform

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues

bushnothinyet2.gifJoe Murray nails it at OpinionEditorials.com, reminding us that If we think that immigration is just another issue of the day, we'd better think again, it's likely the turning point for our nation and our culture, in a very big way. He tells us we should think about what's already happening, like the "Meixification" of California and the ongoing "great white flight", and the clear evidence that the American Southwest has become the target of a "cultural coup". And that for Hispanics in that region of our nation, especially those in the "barrios of Southern California", America is their paycheck and Mexico, including the portions lost to the Gringo aggressors, remains their promised land:

"The things that will destroy us," opined Mahatma Gandhi, "are: politics without principle; pleasure without conscience; wealth without work; knowledge without character; business without morality; science without humanity; and worship without sacrifice." With a White House that equates breaking into our country with a motor vehicle violation and a GOP controlled Senate that is seeking to address lawlessness by pandering to the Hispanic population, one wonders if Gandhi's words of a principled politics ever echoed through the ears of those sitting atop the DC swamp.
Be sure and read the rest of his piece...

As for the "principled politics" Murray speaks of, it's time for "principled conservatives" to put on "obstructionist hats" for a change, you know - the ones that the Democrats have had glued to their heads since Bush first became president, the ones that have made the Democrats a den of furious whiners who know how to throw tantrums and throw mud, but little else. But this time, it needs to be the conservatives doing the stonewalling, with conviction and determination and with the clear understanding that without such determination, this country stands to ultimately lose its national identity.

Posted by Richard at June 2, 2006 10:23 AM



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