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#1 Mark Steyn: We Are All Border States Now
07-19-2014, 08:31 PM
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We Are All Border States Now
President Obama took it upon himself to dissolve the southern border of the United States (it's a different matter on the 49th parallel, as Canadians or tourists bearing Kinder eggs well know). So, if there is no southern border de jure, where is it de facto? Try Massachusetts:
DARTMOUTH, Mass. - Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson said Monday that he's dealing with a problem in Dartmouth that shouldn't be his responsibility.
It's not a new theme for him. He's sounded the alarm about illegal immigrants before, but now he says it's getting closer and closer to home.
Illegal immigrants come across the border in the American Southwest. When they are detained, the wave of humanity has overwhelmed local capacity. The illegal immigrants are being sent all over the country, including Massachusetts.
"We're all becoming border states now... We know there are going to be more coming here from Texas. We've already got two groups coming off the planes here," Hodgson said.
More from NECN:
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, has admitted that since April, four planes transported undocumented immigrants to detention centers in Massachusetts.
The federal government does not bother to inform the states on whom it's dumping these "children", many with diseases unseen in decades. The President has appointed himself Coyote-in-Chief, express-tracking illegal immigrants from the shores of the Rio Grande deep into the country - until, as Sheriff Hodgson says, we are all border states. My own informal impression - going by the Spanish you hear from conversing chambermaids in hotel corridors, the names in the local paper's police blotter, the budget issues facing school boards from a sudden influx of "diversity" - is that the parallel Latino sub-culture is well-established in northern Massachusetts and quite a long way up I-87 to upstate New York. So the fast-shrinking gap between the northern border and the southern border is about two hours.
~There's quite a lot about the armies of the Undocumented in After America, personally autographed copies of which are exclusively available from the SteynOnline bookstore and go to support my pushback against the litigious climate mullah Michael E Mann, he pleads pitifully. Anyway, here's a taste from page 244:
The left was smarter than the right: The business class told itself it was importing hardworking families who just want a shot at the American Dream. But welfare mocks the Ellis Island virtues, upending them as easily as the shattered Statue of Liberty Charlton Heston stumbled across in the sands of a ruined planet. In an America with ever bigger government and ever poorer people, the dependency rationale for illegal immigration will win out over the business rationale.
I'll stand by that. These days, no First World nation needs mass immigration. But America is the only western country that actively chases away high-skilled immigrants in order to prioritize the mass importation of illegal, unskilled labor in numbers impossible to assimilate even if the multiculti crowd were minded to do so. Here's another basic rule: Culture trumps economics. From page 245 of After America:
Seventy per cent of births at the San Joaquin General Hospital in Stockton, California are the so-called "anchor babies" born to illegals. In related news, by 2010 Stockton had a deficit of $25 million. Same thing at Dallas General: Seventy per cent of newborns are "anchor babies". Seven out of ten isn't any kind of "minority"; it's the dominant culture of America's tomorrow.
By the way, for all those Chamber of Commerce Republicans, once Texas tips into the purple-state category, never mind goes full blue like Nixon and Reagan's California did in the space of little more than a generation, what conceivable electoral-college math will ever add up to a GOP President ever again?
As for "racist" Arizona, the majority of its schoolchildren are already Hispanic. So, even if you sealed the border today, the state's future is as an Hispanic society: That's a given. Maybe it'll all work out swell. The citizenry never voted for it, but they got it anyway. Because all the smart guys bemoaning the irrational bigots knew what was best for them...
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