Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Democrats: How Demographic Change Is Changing Political Power


Overtly racially-based opinion polling, conducted by the Latino-only La Raza organization’s “Latino Decisions” showed that Hispanics voted for Democrats over Republicans by a three to one margin, reflecting the fact that the nonwhite invasion of America is shifting the balance of power away from whites.

According to Latino Decisions’ Gary Segura, “Latinos may have saved the Senate for Democrats. They certainly saved Harry Reid — about 10 percent of the overall vote in Nevada were Latinos voting Democrat.”

Mr. Segura added that “Overwhelmingly, Latino voters were there to support the Latino community instead of either party and felt that the immigration debate and accompanying anti-Latino sentiment drove them to the polls on Election Day.”

In other words, Latinos voted racially, something which the media and their liberal allies accept as perfectly normal but which would be the subject of much condemnation had whites voted racially — and then boasted about it in an organization called “the race.”

The Latino Decisions’ polling, which was sponsored by National Council of La Raza (NCLR), Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and pro-immigration lobby America’s Voice, found that immigration issues were critical in driving Latino voters to the polls this election.

The America’s Voice website, for example, boasted that the “Latino firewall” prevented Republicans from winning seats in the West.

“Democrats have seen a pattern of losing majorities in both the House and the Senate. However, not this year; thanks to the Latino firewall in the West — motivated perhaps by some candidate’s views on immigration and some smart voter mobilization efforts — the Democrats were able to keep control of the Senate, not to mention the Governors’ races in California and Colorado,” that website said.

According to Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice, “Latino voters delivered in the 2010 elections. Were it not for the Latino firewall in the West, these midterms would have conformed to past ‘change’ elections, which have seen both houses of Congress swept from power.

“Instead, this time, Latinos kept the Senate in Democratic hands and played a key factor in helping Democrats win the governors’ races in California and Colorado.”

Similarly, Clarissa Martinez De Castro, director of Immigration and National Campaigns at National Council of La Raza (NCLR), said, “Latinos in 2010 reaffirmed their influential role in American politics both as voters and candidates,” and pointed to the choice confronting the Republican Party in recapturing lost ground among Latino voters for the 2012 elections and beyond.

She added, by way of what some might suggest to be bordering on blackmail, that “Republicans have an option — continue to let extremist leaders define their stance on immigration or come to the table and present a clear solution to the immigration issue.”

Mike Garcia, president of SEIU United Service Workers West (USWW), boasted how Latino voters provided the winning margin in California for Governor-elect Jerry Brown (D-CA) and Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA).

“The politics we see now in California give a glimpse to the political future in other western states. In California, where more than one in five voters are Latino, there’s no doubt that Meg Whitman’s anti-immigrant stance cost her the election,” Mr. Garcia said.


This, then, is the future facing America unless the immigration invasion is brought under control.

America will become an extension of Mexico, or it will retain its European core. Comrades, it's up to us. It's time to make a stand. The best place to do this is the ANP. It took me nearly two years to realise this. I hope those of you who aren't already with us won't make the same mistakes that I made. Learn from my mistakes, and stand with us now.

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