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MEET BRYAN FISCHER!

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AWD

 

This man minces no words whatsoever when it comes to the GOP and illegal immigration…every word he said is true via my viewfinder in life. You have to wonder if the republican congress-critters, along with many of the talking-heads supposedly on our side of the aisle will take heed. Methinks it will just go in one ear and out the other, they will continue to capitulate to the left regarding this issue…along with their endless pandering to any hispanic group that will listen.

Here’s the what Fischer had to say, see if you agree. – This is via Mediaite:

During his national radio show on Friday, American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer, spokesman made the case against Republican Party outreach to Hispanic-Americans, dismissing them as “socialists by nature” who “come from Mexico” to “plunder” the United States.

According to Fischer, reaching out to Hispanics is a lost cause because the demographic supports Democrats not because of the party’s actual policies but because Hispanics want “goodies.”

“Hispanics don’t vote Democrat because of immigration,” he explained. “That’s not the main reason why they vote for Democrats. It doesn’t have anything to do with lax immigration policy, it has to do with the fact that they are socialists by nature.”

 

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  1. Mr Happy

    November 15th, 2012

    According to Fischer, reaching out to Hispanics is a lost cause because the demographic supports Democrats not because of the party’s actual policies but because Hispanics want “goodies.”

    This man speaks the truth.
    Hispanic outreach is not only a lost cause but dangerous.
    All “OUTREACH” is some form of promising more stuff to illegals or more ways to accommodate their culture and language.

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  2. Johnny Freedom

    November 15th, 2012

    The vast majority of Americans would hear this and see it (rightly so) as racist. Stereotyping an entire ethnicity as “inherently” anything ain’t cool.

    Send him back and bring on someone who can appeal to Hispanics without resorting to Democratic Party tactics of race-baiting.

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  3. sybilll

    November 15th, 2012

    He is exactly right. After Reagan granted amnesty to 3 million illegals in 1986, we garnered 7% less votes from the Hispanics at the very next election. They know which party butters their SNAP bread.

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  4. bitterclinger

    November 15th, 2012

    Methinks Bryan Fischer stole this bit from Rush, who reported a day or two after the election on research by a democrat pollster type. She admitted Hispanics don’t vote for the party of amnesty. They vote for the party of freebies.

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  5. how about

    November 15th, 2012

    Republicans think you should go to work and earn money.
    Democrats think the government should give you money.

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  6. Major Mal function

    November 16th, 2012

    57% of Mexican immigrants on Welfare says he ain’t wrong.

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/08/09/census-data-high-immigrant-participation-on-welfare-rolls/
    Welfare enrollment was highest for households headed by immigrants originating in Mexico, with 57 percent participation. Guatemalan immigrants were second, with 55 percent; those from the Dominican Republic were third, with 54 percent participation.

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  7. Major Mal function

    November 16th, 2012

    It’s even worse than the previous comment let on. For immigrants w/ kids, I remembered Mexican welfare use was 75%.

    http://www.cis.org/immigrant-welfare-use-2011
    Households with children with the highest welfare use rates are those headed by immigrants from the Dominican Republic (82 percent), Mexico and Guatemala (75 percent), and Ecuador (70 percent). Those with the lowest use rates are from the United Kingdom (7 percent), India (19 percent), Canada (23 percent), and Korea (25 percent).

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