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Monday, August 06, 2007


Here's what I thought after an interview on immigration and hemispheric affairs with Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney: He knows Latin America better than most of his rivals, yet at the same time he would be the least-liked U.S. candidate in the region. Read the entire column here, and let us know what you think about Romney.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

from: Paul Thørsen

Like I have said many times before, the USA will rue ever allowing Hispanics in here and then giving them the vote. Everything Hispanicks want is bad for the USA. They pressure our politicians not not enforce laws that target Hispanics and they will makde damn sure the USA enacts policies that favor Hispanicks in the USA and Latin America. Hispanics don't come hre to join the USA as all other immigrant groups do, they come to steal the USA from the Anglos, theft being the everlasting legacy of the Hispanic race of people.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now time for a serious comment since the prior joker decided not to make anything but noise.

Mit Romney may be a good trojan horse, he will act like a radical reactionary long enough to get elected and then rule in the center, much to the chagrin of the anti-immigrant crows. Or, on the otherhand, he may be a true demagogue and change his positions with the prevailing political winds.

2:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from: Paul Thørsen

åndêrš, nobody is "anti-immigration". Immigrants are good for the USA as native born don't have enough kids to sustain our population and because immigrants bring an energy to the country that native born no longer have. Immigrants are behind many new businesses opening up. I think what many people want, is an end to Hispanic immmigration, but continuing Asian, Polynesian and European immigration. I don't see anything in the Hispanic people that tells me they really want to be American. I just see hatred of the USA. Nor do I think Hispanics can keep up in a competitive environment without the help of government social services. I will let the author of the mega-best selling book "The World is Flat" say it for me. He did not mistakingly leave out Hispanic people:

from the book "The World is Flat", by Thomas L. Friedman, copyright 2005
page 292
While we need to redouble our efforts to build the muscles of each individual American, we have to continue to import muscles from abroad as well. Most of the Indian, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Iranian, Arab, and Israeli engineers, physicists, and scientists who come to work or study in the United States make great citizens. They are family oriented, educated, and hardworking, and most would jump at the chance to become an American. They are exactly the type of people this country needs, and we cannot let the FBI, CIA, and Homeland Security, in their zeal to keep out the next Mohammed Atta, also keep out the next Sergey Brin, one of the cofounders of Google, who was born in Russia

10:19 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I think we all know here that Paul does not contributes anything of substance to this blog, his bla bla hispanicKs (!) are bad bla bla is repetitive and borders on bigotry. I see no reason , in line with "the rules of the blog" not to ban him from further "contribution". You said what you had to say (the same thing over and over) now get on with your sad little life, elsewhere. Ever since this country was founded, every wave of migrants had had to face the ignorance and fear of people like you. That's ok, we keep moving.

12:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think republicans should concentrate in the U.S. and leave
the world walks its way.

7:06 AM  

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