Open borders and amnesty: Obama’s alternative path to nationalized health care?
You wrote that in order to pass the health care bill in light of its defeat in Massachusetts, the Democrats have first “got to complete the transformation of America from a white into a non-white country. Once the percentage of whites in the population falls far enough, there won’t be sufficient resistance to socialism to stop natioalized health from being pushed through. Which brings us to Obama’s next big ticket item and the looming battle of 2010: Comprehensive Immigration Reform.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 20, 2010 02:25 PM | Send
This is exactly what I’ve been thinking. However, I think the Democrats are much more conniving than that. Why fight another bruising battle when they can simply bend rules for the next three years?
The Obama administration is taking advantage of the earthquake crisis to grant temporary amnesty to 30,000 Haitians awaiting deportation. Who’s to say that that number can’t be increased to all Haitians who want to leave their country and come here, or that a temporary amnesty becomes permanent? (See this nauseating article at the WSJ.) What’s to stop the administration from then granting “temporary amnesty” to all Mexicans because they are victims of drug violence in their country, and so on?
Liberals are complaining on message boards that health care reform cannot be attempted for another 15 years. Apparently 2025 is the magic year when they believe they can replace the white majority with non-whites from all over the world. The conservative fight for our country has just begun.