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Two Californias

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

Happy Boxing day!

Those of you outside California who have not recently fled the state, might find it interesting to know that the state is losing thousands of “productive” citizens a day even as they acquire more and more illegals.

Read this recent National Review article by Victor Davis Hanson, then extrapolate the trend out to the entire nation. What will the United States be if, as in so many other things over the years, trends that start in California spread east? Is it really what we want for our nation?

Do supporters of the Dream Act and other amnesty-for-illegals schemes consciously ignore the obvious because of some high-minded social guilt trip or are there more nefarious reasons for their support of a policy that can only hurt the nation as a whole?

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