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Thread: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    I dont know if he is or not, didn't watch the video. Even if thats true, he's still more likely to receive govt benefits, and if he's not-he's not the "average" immigrant from latin America.
    It's not even a minute long. Oh well, getting into things without fully digesting the OP, typical you.
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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    If illegals played by the retarded rules we've set up, then they'd have to wait X^2 (X being how long your dad waited).
    So you dont like the laws therefore you get to break them? "I was only speeding because it was taking too long, officer"

    Dont like the rules? Change them.

    Because for every one that swims across the border-there are others waiting to do things legally who get pushed back due to the laws.

    And beyond that to come here illegally, claim this is actually mexico, wave the mexican flag around (they do this less now because of the backlash), and then promptly sign up for govt benefits and social security benefits is no bueno.

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    It's not even a minute long. Oh well, getting into things without fully digesting the OP, typical you.
    Is it your premise that the person in the video is the "average" latin American immigrant?

    Your thread title suggests you wanted to know what I thought. Is that not the case?

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Yeah, movement of people from one nation to another-where those people already believe this land belongs to them is entirely irrelevant.
    It is. People tend to believe land was stolen from them when their side loses a war. That won't change by not letting them into the country. It also ignores the fact that even if they wanted to, they simply couldn't retake it in any meaningful way without facing the modern US military. So it's entirely irrelevant.

    And the ad hom doesn't really help you make your case.
    There is no ad hominem. You've been caught trying to revise history a few times yourself. I merely pointed some of the similarities between you and 'the average Mexican'.
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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    It is. People tend to believe land was stolen from them when their side loses a war. That won't change by not letting them into the country. It also ignores the fact that even if they wanted to, they simply couldn't retake it in any meaningful way without facing the modern US military. So it's entirely irrelevant.



    There is no ad hominem. You've been caught trying to revise history a few times yourself. I merely pointed some of the similarities between you and 'the average Mexican'.
    Its not irrelevant in that its part of the mindset of these people, of course they can't take it back (with a very flawed view of history) directly, but indirectly perhaps. Fact is the US southwest would look like TJ today if they were in charge.

    I dont revise history, what am I a leftist?

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Is it your premise that the person in the video is the "average" latin American immigrant?

    Your thread title suggests you wanted to know what I thought. Is that not the case?
    No, the video was just something I wanted to share. However, you made a comment regarding the man in the video even though you didn't watch it.

    Nice try.

    Typical you.
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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    No, the video was just something I wanted to share. However, you made a comment regarding the man in the video even though you didn't watch it.

    Nice try.

    Typical you.
    You brought up the video to me nice try indeed.

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Its not irrelevant in that its part of the mindset of these people,
    Lmao, their understanding of events and their beliefs on land partitions are entirely irrelevant as they have no power to even begin to retake their land. Continuing to ignore this little fact is your problem.

    of course they can't take it back (with a very flawed view of history) directly, but indirectly perhaps.
    Oh please, stop this nonsense. How are they going to take it back? Set up more Chipotles? Have bigger 5 de Mayo celebrations? Name more places after Spanish saints? Ooooh. Terrifying.

    Fact is the US southwest would look like TJ today if they were in charge.
    That's nice, but it could also look like Playa del Carmen or Guanajuato or Zacatecas or any of the number of beautiful places in Mexico that you've never been to.

    I dont revise history, what am I a leftist?
    Lol.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1064040677 (The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans?)

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative
    Lies, damned lies, and Obama

    So as so commonly seen from the Orwellian left, Obama simply changed the labels of "deportation" to include those normally blocked at the border, but never previously counted. Congrats on falling for the propaganda.
    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...ricans-14.html (The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans?)

    In actuality, that category has been obsolete in immigration law since 1996. Prior to 1996, immigration law distinguished between immigrants who were “excluded,” or stopped and prevented from entering U.S. territory, and those who were “deported,” or expelled from the United States after they had made their way into U.S. territory. After 1996, both exclusion and deportation were rolled into one procedure called “removal.” At that point, the term “deportation” no longer had any meaning within the official immigration statistics. Its continued use in media reports is part of the confusion.
    Want to try again?
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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Lmao, their understanding of events and their beliefs on land partitions are entirely irrelevant as they have no power to even begin to retake their land. Continuing to ignore this little fact is your problem.



    Oh please, stop this nonsense. How are they going to take it back? Set up more Chipotles? Have bigger 5 de Mayo celebrations? Name more places after Spanish saints? Ooooh. Terrifying.



    That's nice, but it could also look like Playa del Carmen or Guanajuato or Zacatecas or any of the number of beautiful places in Mexico that you've never been to.



    Lol.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1064040677 (The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans?)



    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...ricans-14.html (The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans?)



    Want to try again?
    High deportation figures are misleading - LA Times

    https://www.numbersusa.com/content/n...tatistics.html

    Got to admit, you are a bit stalkerazzi here.

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    Re: How do you view the average immigrant from Latin America?

    Lmao, what does labeling and your blatantly false claims have to do with one another? You claimed Obama had done something, I showed your statements to be wrong. It's kind of cute that you think you can avoid your post and change it to be about something which had nothing to do with it. You addressed the WH's use of labels and blamed it on Obama. I explained to you that this has been around for a while. You disappeared from the thread and never came back.

    Got to admit, you are a bit stalkerazzi here.
    Well, I didn't expect you to actually own up to your blatant revisionism. However, I'll gladly bring it up any time you want to complain about what Mexicans believe.
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