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August 12, 2013 12:37 PM
Daily Fix: The Blighted States of Mexamerica
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The Blighted States of Mexamerica

Crack open your Rosetta Stone because it might be time to start boning up on your Spanish. The writing is on the wall for the future of America, and, from where I stand, it's all coming up "rosas." With every passing day, it's becoming increasingly clear that many of our Congressmen don't merely want legalization of Dreamers, nor even just amnesty for illegals, but, rather, liberals want an entirely open border. The most recent evidence of this can be seen by the liberals' support of the "Dream 9's" petition for asylum (which has since set a precedent for hundreds of illegals now trying to gain entry into the US by appealing for asylum from Mexican cartels). But if liberals get their open border, it will not be a question of whether the new legalized citizens will learn English; it will be a question of how fast you will be forced to learn Spanish-how quickly will you adapt to a country overrun by immigrants? And, where, you might ask, are our conservative leaders hiding as Rome burns? Well, they're crouched behind-closed-doors whispering promises of loyalty to the likes of Luis Gutiérrez. Conservatives beware - if you vote for amnesty you will be primary challenged and you will lose.

Continetti warns of growing influence of the tech industry in the liberal media

Matthew Continetti, Editor-in-chief at The Washington Free Beacon, observed that Jeff Bezos' purchase of The Washington Post marks the beginning of a new expansion of the tech community's entrance into D.C.: "Silicon valley oligarchs are finally using their money to get into partisan politics," he pointed out. Continetti insisted that this move is not entirely self-less; Zuckerberg, for instance, who recently created a political activist group fighting for immigration reform dubbed, will be able to use immigration reform to "displace American workers [and] undercut their wages" by relying upon high-skilled foreign labor. Continetti explains that we need to acknowledge the tech moguls' political motivations and their partisan slant, so that we might hold these wealthy elites to the same standards to which we hold wealthy businessmen who support conservative causes: "These silicon valley folks start putting their money to work. They need to be held on the same level as the Koch brothers; just because they make their money in a different way, doesn't mean they are any less partisan." (Listen free) Facebook Fark Furl
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