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    Quote Originally Posted by respectfulguest View Post
    I support all immigrants that come to this country legally.. also Palin and Rove have been out of the game for awhile and Trump never was.. perhaps the dems can shed Biden, Obama and Axelrod.
    This country needs moratorium on all immigration for at least a decade.
    Whoever criticizes capitalism, while approving immigration, whose working class is its first victim, had better shut up. Whoever criticizes immigration, while remaining silent about capitalism, should do the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    They haven't.. that's why they are settling in small towns in the Carolinas, Mississippi and Georgia..

    The cost of living is far lower and they can start mom and pop businesses.
    And repeat the strain they put on CA. Great idea. For them anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    The first generation is usually fairly industrious although much of that money returns to their home countries. Their offspring not so much. Moreover, they are steeped in identity politics from an early age and are raised with the idea that America is holding out on them.
    I often shop in a large hispanic market... a mercado..

    I find their children to be very well behaved.. and the children can usually speak English better than their parents... often translating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    I often shop in a large hispanic market... a mercado..

    I find their children to be very well behaved.. and the children can usually speak English better than their parents... often translating.
    That's really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    And repeat the strain they put on CA. Great idea. For them anyway.
    Drive down main street in any small town .. look at the empty store fronts.. Victims of the big box stores.. The landlords are happy to have small business rents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    Drive down main street in any small town .. look at the empty store fronts.. Victims of the big box stores.. The landlords are happy to have small business rents.
    Oh, I'm sure the locals love the transformation of small town America into barrios. Yeah...lol ut who cares what they want. This is all about money for big business,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    Oh, I'm sure the locals love the transformation of small tow America into barrios. Yeah...lol
    Small towns are sometimes very odd.. I saw far more interracial marriages and better race relations in small towns. Community functions and community theater were very diverse. There an attitude that if you want to play BBall and the team is half black, you either play by yourself or jump in.

    I have seen Chinese, Latinos, Iranians and Indians embraced by small town communities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    Small towns are sometimes very odd.. I saw far more interracial marriages and better race relations in small towns. Community functions and community theater were very diverse. There an attitude that if you want to play BBall and the team is half black, you either play by yourself or jump in.

    I have seen Chinese, Latinos, Iranians and Indians embraced by small town communities.
    Your stories are always very nice but sometimes I wonder what you think they prove? People in small towns are not happy at the transformation of their homes into barrios. The WSJ's goal is to convince us all it's for the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    Your stories are always very nice but sometimes I wonder what you think they prove? People in small towns are not happy at the transformation of their homes into barrios. The WSJ's goal is to convince us all it's for the best.
    Ghost towns or barrios.. Take your pick.

    Some Americans are simply eat up with negativity.. and that is self fulfilling.

    Look at the clots in Louisiana who want to secede from the union. They lose an election and throw in the towel.. What a pack of sob sisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    Ghost towns or barrios.. Take your pick.

    Some Americans are simply eat up with negativity.. and that is self fulfilling.

    Look at the clots in Louisiana who want to secede from the union. They lose an election and throw in the towel.. What a pack of sob sisters.
    The locals have chosen. They would prefer they were not dispossessed. They/We don't need more barrios.

    Some people like to change the subject. That usually means they have no argument.
    Last edited by Mister D; 11-10-2012 at 09:19 AM.
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