The Brown Willie Horton ad:
* Reference here.
Speaking for me only
Make a new
If it were only about illegal immigration, there would be no concern about English. That concern is a cultural concern that there are too many brown people who speak Spanish, whether or not they are here illegally.
Then you remember how well it plays...jokes on us.
I can't wait till Election Day is over...
Or was it Area 51?
It's a replay of MK Ultra, I tell ya, and she blew the lid off of it! No wonder I go all in when I see a red queen!
DAMM YOU HARRY REID! I WANT MY BUY IN BACK!
Do you think there should be an affirmative action program for Americans who don't speak English if their unemployment numbers stay higher than the national average over the coming decade?
Technology is making borders harder to enforce....Labor and money cross borders much more now...
Legal and accounting services are being performed in India for Pete's sake.
It is not about helping Latinos learn English....It is about pushing them down, not having to hear their Spanish being spoken.
Can't say I support your affirmitive action employment proposal for non-English speakers, I'm simply for a fair shot in a square game. That being said we would all be better served getting on the bilingual train, knowledge is a good thing...this fear of the espanol is ridiculous.
So, in answer to your question, yes, even if it affects the employment of native-born Americans adversely.
Kidding aside, it's scary to think such overt bigotry has become mainstream. I recall the days that David Duke was an anathema even in many sections of the GOP.
I recall the days that David Duke was an anathema even in many sections of the GOP.
he was so upfront about it. republicans used to prefer their racism served with a side of sublety.
Of course, without legalized sin, nuclear testing and military spending there wouldn't be much reason for anybody, of any nationality, to spend time in Nevada.
And without its long history of cheap, cheap often illegal labor there wouldn't be anywhere near as many retirees who could afford retiring to Arizona.