Posted by Brad @ 12:33 pm on July 6th 2011

Things You Won’t Hear in the Republican Debates

Illegal immigration from Mexico has fallen to its lowest levels since the 1950s—and we may have now, for the first time ever, entered a period where we are actually seeing a net LOSS of illegal immigrants from Mexico.

The decline in illegal immigration, from a country responsible for roughly 6 of every 10 illegal immigrants in the United States, is stark. The Mexican census recently discovered four million more people in Mexico than had been projected, which officials attributed to a sharp decline in emigration. American census figures analyzed by the nonpartisan Pew Hispanic Center also show that the illegal Mexican population in the United States has shrunk and that fewer than 100,000 illegal border-crossers and visa-violators from Mexico settled in the United States in 2010, down from about 525,000 annually from 2000 to 2004…

Got that? You will not hear these facts represented in any public policy debate on this matter, so remember it.

Also worth noting: the reasons for the decline probably won’t be ones that most Republicans want to hear.

The first is because decreased influence of the Catholic church and increased sexual liberation has made birth control much more prevalent in Mexico, thereby leading to smaller families, and increasing standards of living.

The second is because the American economy has declined enough that it is not longer the irresistible magnet it once was.

So there you have it. Turns out we didn’t need a fence to curb illegal immigration. We just had to wait for Mexico to become less Christian and America to become less rich. Mission…accomplished?

So anyway, the real debate over illegal immigration isn’t really how to curb the flow, which appears to be curbing itself. The real debate is what we do with the illegal immigrants that have already settled here, unwashed masses of filthy degenerates like this guy.

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.