Friday, February 22, 2008

Immigrant take over

U.S. Hispanic population to triple by 2050
"Immigration has long-term consequences on the make-up of the country and the size of the population and we need to take those results in account when we make immigration policy," says Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that promotes limits on immigration. "Growing our population by 100 million more than we would otherwise is a choice. Immigration is a choice. … It's all up to us."
It seems that this message is not getting out. Stop the unchecked immigration.
Can we get our individual houses in order(no exception here), get in some sort of stable relationship and have more kids, please

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