I love Facebook. You get to see such a “diverse” group of people and their true thoughts. Especially when it comes to politics and especially immigration issues.
Calvin Lester linked over to a Washington Post article about the recent David Vitter ad. No, Vitter wasn’t looking for prostitutes this time. Of course, Calvin almost always falls on the race-baiting side, but here is where it got interesting.
Mark Flowers, from east Texas, commented on Calvins post. This prompted a comment from Hank Miller of Shreveport. Let’s just say the entire thread was a banter back and forth between them.
I wasn’t going to even post – until Hank had to play the race card and the “we stole the country” card, and the first class ticket out of here. How hypocritical. So I replied, because, well, I can’t stand it.
My reply to the thread:
Personally I think the ad is hilarious from a production standpoint. Does the voting record of Charlie Melancon equal the accusations? If you stretch just a bit, yeah.
However, there are somewhere between 500,000-1,000,000 reasons per year why the ad is spot on concerning the root issue.
There is nothing wrong with immigrants. All of us are immigrants anyway, including all the chip-on-the-should blacks who regularly play that slave race card, and whose ancestors sold them to the Europeans during the slave trading days.
The problem is the illegal immigrants who are an insult to all of the law-abiding immigrants who enter our country every year.
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