Sunday, November 13, 2011

During Last Night's GOP Debate, ANTI Latino Tea Party Republicans' Commercial Outs Their True ANTI-Latino, ANTI-Immigrant Agenda!

The Tea Party Republicans FINALLY OUTED Themselves during a commercial during the Presidential Debate last night! They want to STOP ALL IMMIGRATION! This INCLUDES LEGAL IMMIGRATION! They want to STOP all other nationalities from coming into our Country, our Land of Immigrants. They not only want to Mass Deport ALL Latinos, they want to put WALLS not only on our Southern Border, but across our Northern, Eastern and Western borders and ports as well.

Watch the Commercial they put on during the 2012 GOP Debates. It was "NumbersUSA" Commercial. The Commercial said "Reduce LEGAL Immigration!"

Who is NumbersUsa? They are Republicans. They are TeaPartiers. This group was founded and supported by John Tanton, the Godfather of the ANTI-Latino Group F.A.I.R. John Tanton has long time been a sponsor of Roy Beck, the founder of NumbersUSA. The ADL has identified both FAIR and NumbersUSA as HATE GROUPS! FAIR and NumbersUSA are the same groups that sponsored Kris Kobach in writing the original racial profiling bill sb1070 in Arizona. Kobach trained Arpaio's volunteer masked goons in "How to identify an Illeegal!" Kobach helped draft the Hate Bill ANTI-Latino bills in Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia and other states.

These HATE Groups believe they have made headway in demonizing and eliminating Latinos. Now they want a Republican President in place who will do their bidding and help them achieve their Ultimate Goal. Bachmann, Cain, Romney and Perry have all gone to Arpaio, kissed his ring and begged for his blessing!

The Ultimate Goal of NumbersUSA and FAIR is to STOP the Census Bureau's predication that by 2040, the USA will become a majority minority country. They want to seal off the USA and keep minorities OUT!

They try to show a "pretty picture" in this ad and say their agenda is about JOBS. They show TOKEN Minorities in the Ad. BUT READ THE WORDS! "REDUCE LEGAL IMMIGRATION!"

1 comment:

Vicente Duque said...

Mi casa es Kansas ( My home is Kansas ) : Dorothy speaks in Spanish to the Wicked Witch of the West - One Alabama tomato farmer told PBS he had lost $300,000 so far

From Washington Independent :

One Alabama tomato farmer told PBS he had lost $300,000 so far. He’s hired new people to do the work, but few of them have lasted, saying either that the work is too hard, or the pay is too low

Where do all the immigrants fleeing places like Alabama and Arizona go ? any head to the small towns of the Midwest. There is nothing new about this migration to the Midwest, apparently. As small towns in Kansas and Nebraska lose residents to more prosperous places, people of Hispanic descent move in, opening businesses and stabilizing local economies. Mostly, they are welcomed, reports The New York Times. In many cases, when Hispanic children grow up in these small towns, they end up staying to raise their own families instead of moving on in the grand American tradition.

The Washington Independent
Alabama immigration law panned by local and national media
By admin
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Some excerpts :

From Monday’s New York Times:

For generations, the story of the small rural town of the Great Plains, including the dusty tabletop landscape of western Kansas, has been one of exodus — of businesses closing, classrooms shrinking and, year after year, communities withering as fewer people arrive than leave and as fewer are born than are buried. That flight continues, but another demographic trend has breathed new life into the region.

Hispanics are arriving in numbers large enough to offset or even exceed the decline in the white population in many places. In the process, these new residents are reopening shuttered storefronts with Mexican groceries, filling the schools with children whose first language is Spanish and, for now at least, extending the lives of communities that seemed to be staggering toward the grave.

In the sparsely populated western half of Kansas, every county but one experienced a decline in the non-Hispanic white population, two-thirds of them by more than 10 percent.

At the same time, a vast majority experienced double-digit growth in Hispanic population, more than offsetting the declines in seven counties and many smaller cities and towns. Those places with the highest percentage of Hispanic residents tend to have the lowest average ages, the highest birth rates and the most stable school populations.

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