Earlier this month, a conservative activist in Texas named Norman E. Adams unveiled a new group called “Texans for Sensible Immigration Policy” that seeks to implement a “sensible” immigration policy that falls somewhere between the draconian laws in Arizona and calls for “amnesty” by requiring ID cards, fines, and a call for “taxes on noncitizens [to be] a minimum 50% higher than Social Security/Medicare for citizens.”
The reason Adams supports allowing Hispanics to come and work in this country is because the “combined fertility rate of American born citizens is barely 2%, considered unsustainable … [because] since Roe v. Wade, we have aborted nearly fifty million children in the United States! This represents multiple generations of American-born workers!”
And Adams’ proposal has now received the glowing endorsement of influential ultra-right-wing Texas activist Steven Hotze who explains that he admires people who are willing to break the law to better their lives and would gladly trade native born Americans for “Christian, pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise” Hispanics who will be “our natural allies against the Democrats and Muslims”:
I personally like the Hispanic people and their commitment to family and the work ethic. They are also a Christian based culture. I don’t blame them for having made it to America by hook or crook. My great great grandfather pealed potatoes on a boat from Germany to get to America and the WASPs did not like him or the other immigrants that came with him. They also did not like the Irish or the Italians.
We had better embrace the Hispanics because they are going to be the dominant culture in Texas in no short order. I hope that Sen. Marco Rubio from Florida is our Republican VP in 2012.
It seems to me that there may be nativistic and prejudicial thinking on the immigration issue by many Caucasians.
The argument is that millions of Hispanics broke the law to get here. Which one of you would not have done the same thing had you been in their shoes? I like people who take risks to help their families and are willing to work to better their families’ lives. We have a whole lot of American born citizens who I would gladly trade in exchange for hard working Hispanics.
The majority of the Hispanic culture in America is Christian, pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise. Sounds like they would make great Republicans to me. Let’s go recruit them!
Gentlemen, it seems that the real problem we face is the Muslim immigration invasion of America. The Hispanics are our natural allies against the Democrats and Muslims.