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The Amnesty Fraud

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Dragoon68, May 23, 2007.

  1. Dragoon68

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    It's a fraud and sham on the American taxpayers, that's for sure. And for all of us law abiding citizens, it kinda throws the "rule of law" out the window. Maybe I should not pay my taxes and then ask for amnesty. Yeh, right.
     
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    Breaking the tax laws will get you in more trouble than just about anything else!
     
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    Coulter on immigration:

    "We fought a civil war to force Democrats to give up on slavery 150 years ago. They've become so desperate for servants that now they're importing an underclass to wash their clothes and pick their vegetables. This vast class of unskilled immigrants is the left's new form of slavery.":applause:
     
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    It's called grace.
     
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    Grace follows repentance.
     
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    And only after repentence.
     
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    Doesn't matter what "race" is in the majority because the people from Asia will be running the country.

    I observed the math contest finals in Washington State. At least a third of the kids looked Chinese or Korean and the Indian subcontinant was vastly over represented. "Real" Americans are more concerned with sports and electing an "idol."
     
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    So if a kid looks Asian it means they are not "real" Americans? "Real" Americans are only white?
     
  13. pinoybaptist

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    True.

    Any opinion on why so ?
     
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    Bill Wald's hateful, irrelevant, drive by posts are usually ill-informed, as well. Asians, by the ovewhelming majority, work hard to assimilate, and are very proud of their American citizenship. At least the several hundred I know are.
     
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    Let's face it, Mr. Jim.

    There's no such thing as "I'm not racist", or "I'm not redneck", and political correctness is one big hypocrisy, especially for Christians.

    The fact is that whites tend to congregate with whites, blacks with blacks, latinos with latinos, asians with asians.

    Take an American born, American raised slit-eyed boy and have him sit and keep quiet among whites, or blacks, or latinos, and none of these will initiate a conversation with the slit-eyed boy, until they hear him speak and notice that "hey, he doesn't have an accent" !!

    Heck, even Latinos will congregate only with those from their own countries, or their own areas. Mexicans with Mexicans, Salvadorans with Salvadorans, Peruvians with Peruvians.

    Even Asians will do this.

    Filipinos with Filipinos. Koreans with Koreans. Japanese with Japanese. Indians with Indians. Pakistanis with Pakistanis, and so on.

    It's a natural thing, I think.

    So, as far as Mr. Bill Wald here is concerned, only whites are "real Americans".

    And I betcha, he ain't gon' 'dmit he's bein' racist when he sez 'at.

    Fact, he might even bristle.
     
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    Guess that's why Stormfront is such a large forum, eh?
     
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    Yes, This is one thing that I have noticed about those of Asian descent. They manage to keep their cultural tradition without forcing them upon others. They are a fine example of how assimilating to this countries laws work well for all. The hispanic culture should learn from their example instead of looking for loopholes to dance around our laws and beings so heavily dependant upon their consulates to bail them out everytime they get into trouble.
     
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    Good post and so true.:thumbs:

    Muslims could also learn from Orientals about assimilation.
     
  19. Dragoon68

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    Yes, that's my observation as well.
     
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    So why is Bush and the republicans pushing amnesty so hard? North American Union. We got two globalist parties bought and paid for by transnational corporate interests, which does not translate into "American interests" at home or abroad.
     
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