Pop quiz time. Who said the following?
Number one: “There’s no denying that many blacks share the same anxieties as many whites about the wave of illegal immigration flooding our Southern border — a sense that what’s happening now is fundamentally different from what has gone on before. Not all of these fears are irrational.”
Number two: “Taxpayers simply cannot continue to sustain new populations the size of San Diego or the state of Nevada every year.”
Number three: “If this huge influx of mostly low-skill workers provides some benefits to the economy … it also threatens to depress further the wages of blue-collar Americans and put strains on an already over-burdened safety net.”
Number four: “Americans have sat freely around a bountiful dinner table. The table is becoming overcrowded. People are squeezing in and elbowing each other to get what they want. Unless changes are made, our dinner table eventually will collapse, and no one will have security and opportunity.”
Number five: “Native-born Americans suspect that it is they, and not the immigrant, who are being forced to adapt.”
The answers are: Barack Obama, numbers 1, 3 and 5. Harry Reid, 2 and 4.
But that was then (in Barack’s case 2006, in Reid’s 1994) and this is now. And these illegal aliens are willing to do the work that Americans will no longer do — namely, vote Democrat. Even in Oregon, voters on Nov. 4 approved a ballot question nixing drivers’ licenses for illegal aliens, 2-1.
So a new electorate must be imported. And damn the consequences, which are already disastrous, if you believe the Democrats’ own public statements.