Black Conservatives Speak out on Illegal Immigration

Jun 5, 2013 Full story: Breitbart.com 4,022

The people pushing Comprehensive Immigration Reform don't want you to hear a diversity of voices on the topic, hoping instead to crush debate as they ram their legislation through Congress.

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#895 Jun 22, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>...Then there are thopse who need a hand up, but get to accustomed to being hand-fed. Free social services were never intended to be a way of life, just a stop gap until one got back on one's feet.

Why has the use of these services gone up the the degree it has reached now?
I hate to break it to you, teddyr4me, but we have been in a punishing economic recession since late 2007. In fact, the worse crisis since the Great Depression.

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#896 Jun 22, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Just like Sharpton, eh? What have I done??????? I have tried to teach children that they can be anything they want to be, they alone have the will to change things in their life by getting an education and working to be independent and self-reliant. I have worked my tail off making these kids know that somebody cared and loved them. That's what I have done. I can share many succcess stories because these kids knew somebody was their to prop them up and beleive in them. Not all of them listened, but many have and made something of themselves and are good providers for their families. They are the masters of their future, not the plantation government. I am not a boy...get that in your thick head.
Corporate power wants people to remain oppressed and that includes poorly educated.

The problem immigrants face is not a “plantation government”(cheap dittohead rhetoric) but corporate power. The same force which is negatively impacting USA society in so many ways...

The head man in the imperialist global sweatshop-plantation economy. Interesting that you don't complain about PLANTATIONS when we're talking about coffee fincas in Guatemala or sugar plantations in Dominican Republic or rubber plantations in Liberia.

Hypocrite. Yankee imperialist.

Boy.

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#897 Jun 22, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
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You're so thrilled to speak badly of Rev. Jackson, but nothing to say about his constant activism, bringing racism to the attention of the public.
I recall a UFW (Farmworkers Union) march in Watsonville CA, in 100º sun, and Jackson was there, a bit overweight, not so young any more, walking in that hot sun, along with everyone else. And what criticism can we have of that? He got no money. He has a history of showing up for the right causes.
I am more radical, more leftist than Jackson but I appreciate the work he's done.
What have YOU done to support oppressed people, boy? You just deny that they exist. Oh no they're all welfare sponges.
You're a fat gringo parasite.
I think I covered the subject of the complaint department and volunteering yesterday, briefly. It always amazes me how many people can complain about the conditions of their country or their office or their neighbourhoods BUT when you ask them how many programs they volunteer with you get a million and one excuses why they don't have the time, can't find one near their house, etc etc ad nauseam. Yet, they have the time to sit on this forum and complain about everything under the sun, much of which doesn't even directly affect them. Truly f'ing amazing, eh? Hope you are having the start of a fab weekend.........:

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#898 Jun 22, 2013
Let us analyze this thread. Informally, I haven't time to actually do the math, but just observe... who are the anti-immigrant voices in here?

All Republicans or connedservatives of some sort or other.

The great majority RACIST.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... who'd have thought?

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#899 Jun 22, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
Let us analyze this thread. Informally, I haven't time to actually do the math, but just observe... who are the anti-immigrant voices in here?
All Republicans or connedservatives of some sort or other.
The great majority RACIST.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... who'd have thought?
*opens armory*

*passes Sinajuavi the flamethrower and fire extinguisher*

*check the fire extinguisher to make sure it was refilled and the date hasn't expired*

hehehehehehehehehe..........wl eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.........
freebird

Long Beach, CA

#900 Jun 22, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
<quoted text>
Corporate power wants people to remain oppressed and that includes poorly educated.
The problem immigrants face is not a “plantation government”(cheap dittohead rhetoric) but corporate power. The same force which is negatively impacting USA society in so many ways...
The head man in the imperialist global sweatshop-plantation economy. Interesting that you don't complain about PLANTATIONS when we're talking about coffee fincas in Guatemala or sugar plantations in Dominican Republic or rubber plantations in Liberia.
Hypocrite. Yankee imperialist.
Boy.
Rush Limbaugh believes that big money is behind the Republican push for an immigration bill in the Senate.

“All of the Republican major donors want this bill,” the conservative radio host said on his program Monday, according to a show transcript.“I’ll give you some names: the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson…. They want the bill because they want the influx of new labor.”

Limbaugh went on to attribute Republicans’ interest in immigration legislation — which cleared its first procedural obstacle in the Senate on June 11 — to this financial lobbying rather than a concern for the Hispanic vote.“Corporate cronyism is on the increase,” he said.“Money is the number one reason behind this.”

“All of the moneyed interests, the donors and the political consultants, are telling these Republicans the money is gonna dry up if they don’t support amnesty,” Limbaugh continued.

“There’s no evidence the Republican Party’s interested in conservatism,” he said.“You can’t rule the money out of this.”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rush-li...

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#901 Jun 22, 2013
freebird wrote:
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Rush Limbaugh believes that big money is behind the Republican push for an immigration bill in the Senate.

“All of the Republican major donors want this bill,” the conservative radio host said on his program Monday, according to a show transcript.“I’ll give you some names: the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson…. They want the bill because they want the influx of new labor.”

Limbaugh went on to attribute Republicans’ interest in immigration legislation — which cleared its first procedural obstacle in the Senate on June 11 — to this financial lobbying rather than a concern for the Hispanic vote.“Corporate cronyism is on the increase,” he said.“Money is the number one reason behind this.”
“All of the moneyed interests, the donors and the political consultants, are telling these Republicans the money is gonna dry up if they don’t support amnesty,” Limbaugh continued.....
One of the very few times I'm inclined to agree with Rush.
He seems sensible in this case, don't you think?
Ramapithecus Estupidicus

Harrisburg, PA

#902 Jun 22, 2013
Stop adanglin da carrot in frunt of da rabbit andah den aggetin mad when he go fo it yo!

Dat not cool mah dawg!

Nowatameeeeens bro?
freebird

Long Beach, CA

#903 Jun 22, 2013
Harrisson wrote:
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One of the very few times I'm inclined to agree with Rush.
He seems sensible in this case, don't you think?
I've never agreed with everything he says, but he does make a lot of sense most of the time. Don't quote me on this, but my understanding of what he said this week, is that big business doesn't care who's the president is anymore because either side(Repub or Dems) will do what they(big business) want.
freebird

Long Beach, CA

#904 Jun 22, 2013
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#905 Jun 22, 2013
hahahahahaha....ratings again, eh?....Especially the ratings with links that PROVE what I am saying. Continue to rate away, helpless losers. As I have said, and will continue to say, until you can REMOVE my posts they are there to glare at you......

Still LMNAAO@thehelplessdebatelessha terraters.........

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#906 Jun 22, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Anybody who refuses to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. would be included. There are always going to be those who, through no fault of their own, need the help. Then there are thopse who need a hand up, but get to accustomed to being hand-fed. Free social services were never intended to be a way of life, just a stop gap until one got back on one's feet. Why has the use of these services gone up the the degree it has reached now. Are we making it too easy for folks to sit around and do nothing?
It sounds nice enough and fair enough, what you're saying until you get to the part that, oh no, it isn't whites availing themselves of these services and freebies, it's blacks and other minorities, which is a fallacy that few of you are willing to admit and have been conditioned to believe.

That's the part that outrages non-whites. Demeaning people you want to oppress is an old and tried method used by colonist, those creating aparthied in South Africa, India, Hawaii, Australia, etc. It is way past time for it to STOP!

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#907 Jun 22, 2013
NotSoDivineMsM wrote:
hahahahahaha....ratings again, eh?....Especially the ratings with links that PROVE what I am saying. Continue to rate away, helpless losers. As I have said, and will continue to say, until you can REMOVE my posts they are there to glare at you......
Still LMNAAO@thehelplessdebatelessha terraters.........
Dumb racists who can't stand the truth. Petty, ignorant, spiteful and all around losers. The ones hollering the most are the ones that don't have a pot to pee in nor a window to throw it out of. All they have is their white skin. An accident of birth, lol.

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#908 Jun 22, 2013
freebird wrote:
<quoted text>
I've never agreed with everything he says, but he does make a lot of sense most of the time. Don't quote me on this, but my understanding of what he said this week, is that big business doesn't care who's the president is anymore because either side(Repub or Dems) will do what they(big business) want.
More than likely they truth as they fund the politicians campaigns and the politicians pimp for them on both sides of the fence. We're the sheeples, lol.

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#909 Jun 22, 2013
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#910 Jun 22, 2013
freebird wrote:
<quoted text>
Rush Limbaugh believes that big money is behind the Republican push for an immigration bill in the Senate.
“All of the Republican major donors want this bill,” the conservative radio host said on his program Monday, according to a show transcript.“I’ll give you some names: the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson…. They want the bill because they want the influx of new labor.”
Limbaugh went on to attribute Republicans’ interest in immigration legislation — which cleared its first procedural obstacle in the Senate on June 11 — to this financial lobbying rather than a concern for the Hispanic vote.“Corporate cronyism is on the increase,” he said.“Money is the number one reason behind this.”
“All of the moneyed interests, the donors and the political consultants, are telling these Republicans the money is gonna dry up if they don’t support amnesty,” Limbaugh continued.
“There’s no evidence the Republican Party’s interested in conservatism,” he said.“You can’t rule the money out of this.”
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rush-li...
All I can say is PREACH! I've known this to be true for a long time! I just simply hate to agree with anything fat arse Limbaugh says.... Let's see how they can manipulate the "dummies" into accepting their spin, lol.

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#911 Jun 22, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
Let us analyze this thread. Informally, I haven't time to actually do the math, but just observe... who are the anti-immigrant voices in here?
All Republicans or connedservatives of some sort or other.
The great majority RACIST.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... who'd have thought?
No surprises there! lol. And they wonder why they don't have more minorities in their party, lol. Also, those minorities stupid enough to be in their party are racially insulted by them! The former Ms America, has been called a ho and a street walker. The jerk making this statement said if she doesn't win her election, she can go to street walking or maybe get an affirmative action job in one of their law offices. A Hispanic trying to appeal to Hispanic voters to join their ranks, quit in disgust after suffering the same treatment and is now a democrat, lol.

These people cannot hide what they are nor what their motives are. It's too late! Everyone is aware and they've destroyed their party with their own hands or on their own swords, lol.

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#912 Jun 22, 2013
freebird wrote:
<quoted text>
Rush Limbaugh believes that big money is behind the Republican push for an immigration bill in the Senate.
“All of the Republican major donors want this bill,” the conservative radio host said on his program Monday, according to a show transcript.“I’ll give you some names: the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson…. They want the bill because they want the influx of new labor.”
Limbaugh went on to attribute Republicans’ interest in immigration legislation — which cleared its first procedural obstacle in the Senate on June 11 — to this financial lobbying rather than a concern for the Hispanic vote.“Corporate cronyism is on the increase,” he said.“Money is the number one reason behind this.”
“All of the moneyed interests, the donors and the political consultants, are telling these Republicans the money is gonna dry up if they don’t support amnesty,” Limbaugh continued.
“There’s no evidence the Republican Party’s interested in conservatism,” he said.“You can’t rule the money out of this.”
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rush-li...
The GOP is interested in corporatism, as Ron Paul terms it.

I call it neo-feudalism.

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#913 Jun 22, 2013
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>No surprises there! lol. And they wonder why they don't have more minorities in their party, lol. Also, those minorities stupid enough to be in their party are racially insulted by them! The former Ms America, has been called a ho and a street walker. The jerk making this statement said if she doesn't win her election, she can go to street walking or maybe get an affirmative action job in one of their law offices. A Hispanic trying to appeal to Hispanic voters to join their ranks, quit in disgust after suffering the same treatment and is now a democrat, lol.
These people cannot hide what they are nor what their motives are. It's too late! Everyone is aware and they've destroyed their party with their own hands or on their own swords, lol.
While watching the Democratic Convention in 2012, seeing the delegates, I had no particulr reaction, since they looked normal to me. They were Asian,“Latino”, Native, black, white, men, women, all kinds of people... the same people I see around me in the USA all the time.

Then the GOP Convention... omg... a sea of blonde (including a lot of bleach-blonde) women, a sea of WHITE. And not even working-class looking normal whites... these were all rich or redneck types. Quite ominous. Did not make me feel like these were my fellow Americans. This was a carefully culled and selected group.

The GOP has become a national version of the White Citizens Councils.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#914 Jun 22, 2013
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>It sounds nice enough and fair enough, what you're saying until you get to the part that, oh no, it isn't whites availing themselves of these services and freebies, it's blacks and other minorities, which is a fallacy that few of you are willing to admit and have been conditioned to believe.
That's the part that outrages non-whites. Demeaning people you want to oppress is an old and tried method used by colonist, those creating aparthied in South Africa, India, Hawaii, Australia, etc. It is way past time for it to STOP!
I never said that...I happen to know many families from all walks of life who depend on free social services without ever feeling a twinge of quilt for not trying to find a job, any job, just to get their foot in the door. Work, no matter what job, always made me appreciate what it allowed me to do for my family without having to hold my hand out. I have done without, so my kids didn't have to, and that is a problem too many selfish people can't get into their heads. We need to do more for our kids. We may not be so far apart on how we are thinking...maybe I don't make myself clear enough about how I feel.

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