Monday, February 12, 2007

Illegal immigration and abortion demographics

Its a fairly well accepted fact that most of the Central/South American nations are predominantly traditional Catholics. Generally, they're not fond of abortion. Recently, Nicaragua went so far as to outlaw abortion completely, but you didn't hear much about this in the MSM.

Are the democrats in their fervor to embrace illegal immigrants forgetting the demographics of those immigrants? Suppose they are granted amnesty's or whatever and become citizens in droves. At what point do those people hit a "hard stop" on what they'll accept and start voting the other way?

Are the democrats engaging in a short sighted game to secure votes today at the expense of suffering a much larger demographic tidal wave 20 years from now that could sweep them from power quite literally forever?

4 comments:

That Broad said...

Interesting thought. It might be fun to watch them squirm.

Always On Watch Two said...

Are the democrats in their fervor to embrace illegal immigrants forgetting the demographics of those immigrants?

Have you read Mexifornia? Hansen devotes a lot of space to immigrants' demographics and makes several important points which are taboo as far as the Dems go.

Purple Avenger said...

No, I haven't read Mexifornia. Sounds like he's thinking along the same lines though.

Francis W. Porretto said...

"Generally, they're not fond of abortion."

Legally speaking, this is true. However, estimates of the number of abortions in Brazil, where the ban on abortions is a matter of explicit Constitutional law, have been about a million per year for more than a decade.

Laws don't always have the effects their makers predict for them.