Immigration and the future of American conservatism: short version — it’s over

Border notice – highly effective I am sure

[Ann] Coulter and her fellow panelists convincingly demonstrated that continued mass immigration of largely impoverished individuals would make conservative governance politically and economically untenable…

Numerous polls cited by the Eagle Forum testify to immigrant liberalism. “Bigger government, more services” is the preference of 81% of first-generation Hispanic-Americans over “Smaller government, fewer services” in a 2012 Pew poll, a preference that only drops to 58% by the third generation. Hispanics of all generations favor big government by 75% compared to the general public’s 41%, while Asian-Americans favor the state by 55% in another 2012 Pew poll. In particular, 66% of Hispanics approved of Obamacare according to Pew in 2012 versus 47% of the general public…

Amnesty, meanwhile, would be “disastrous” for a key Republican base, “working-class white voters with less than a college education,” a voting bloc much larger than immigrant communities. Between four and six million of these voters stayed home in 2012 compared to 2004. The Eagle Forum notes “general agreement” that low-skilled immigration “reduces wages for the least-educated American workers.”

Given a recent “massive decline in work” and “very little wage growth” for the past 13 years, Camarota judged that “only in Congress is there a labor shortage.” The Senate with S.744 has “voted to declare war on the American worker,” Rosemary Jenks of the immigration restriction advocacy group Numbers USA stated at NSAS…

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A must-read.

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