People, immigration, contrary to what the “talking heads” said after the CNN debates (I refuse to participate in the branding of democracy further by calling them the YouTube debates–might as well be honest, then, and call them the Google debates) is not an emerging “third rail” of American politics. With the North American Union a near certainty, followed by the complete erosion of your civil liberties and the tracking of your every move–if not your every keystroke–immigration will not matter. And for the globalist elistist capitalists who need cheap labor to eliminate the middle class and perpetuate their enslavement motives further, they are truly just using this non-issue to tip the election to the hands of Hilary Clinton. Hilary will do nothing on immigration–her husband was in the Trilateral Commission!
Notice how suddenly the campaign has become de facto Clinton v. Guliani–before the primaries have even happened. I did not see the whole debate, but the clip of McCain v. Ron Paul on the Iraq War did not seem to make Paul look good–at least by the time it was repackaged into a “clip.”
Americans, the changes that impact your life most are not going to appear on the nightly news. You have to start believing this. You have to debote a little less time to your entertainment in the short term and a little more energy researching issues that will hit you in the long term: monetary reform, getting out of war, what globalization really means. And the cultivation of your own soul would be nice. I am not trying to force my view on anyone, though my slant is not hidden here. You should read the links I have provided as well as do you own investigating and apply some reason and common sense. These issues are too important to rely on someone else’s information, or hearsay, especially when it is not public information, or when it is not transparent, how much money is behind the dominant messages, the conventional explanations.
I have been looking into Ron Paul lately and have been very impressed. I will vote for him. Do your own research. I would like a day when I am not pleading with you, America, to use your long untapped intellect.