Steve Hotze Video on the Illegal Immigration Issue

It is refreshing to see my fellow conservative Republican Steve Hotze bring a free market perspective to the issue of illegal immigration. For too long we have allowed outside interest groups funded by zero population growth, abortion and eugenics money to control our message. It is time to solve the problem, lead on this issue, and export free market capitalism to Mexico by creating a respectful economic relationship reinforced by rule of law. If we can match the free market in its ability to unite and create opportunity, the GOP in Texas will be an example to the rest of the nation.


Tragically, Representative Hotze is attempting to represent his views on illegal immigration to be those of a true conservative when they are actually those of a neo-con RINO 'cheap labor', mass immigration lobbyists. Suggesting that we can spread democracy to other nations while our porous borders and lax enforcement make it easier and far more lucrative for illegals to just 'help themselves to taxpayer largess' is delusional to say the very least. Likewise his assertions that zero population growth, abortion, etc,,, (use any Republican buzz word for liberal agenda you like) is motivating the movement to secure our borders is likewise just this side of nut. Hotze ignores that there was an election last November, and that certain issues determined who won said election. Objectively, America's citizens voted to take back control of our government and restore the will of the majority as the guidance in our Governance. Hotze must not have gotten that memo. He ignores the overwhelming majority of American Citizens and legal immigrants who are demanding the we secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws.  Overpopulation, congestion, urban sprawl, crumbling infrastructure, diminishing resources and opportunities, overcrowded schools, hospitals and jails, vanishing farm land and green space, lack of affordable housing, crime, pollution, water and energy shortages and skyrocketing costs for both, depressed wages, increased tax burdens, the balkanization or our communities, the marginalization of American workers, students, taxpayers and voters, the overall decline in quality of life are all the result of unconstrained immigration and lax enforcement. Like it or not folks, too many people competing for the same limited resources is NOT, and NEVER WILL BE, sane, sustainable social, economic or environmental policy! I'm not certain which GOP the author believes Hotze's agenda supports, it certainly ins't the one that helped turn out liberals and RINO's last November.

great post weird, but i should tell you, if you start talking about over-development, congestion, pollution, uncontrolled growth ( growth that more resembles cancer, whereby cells divide so rapidly they kill off the host ), then, it is not going to endear you to the developer-lobby and the U.S. chamber of commerce types that own, control and run texas

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