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    Exclamation IA-At migrant invader caucus table, over 88% of non English speakers pick Bernie

    But you keep right on believing that migrant invaders have nothing to do with the blue tide of sweeping communism in places like VA and NY and CA.

    Get your heads out of asses, fools, before you or your children end up on a reservation; dispossessed, disenfranchised and a third class citizen in the nation you built.

    Or in a $#@!ing GULAG.



    Nearly all at multilingual Iowa caucus site in Cedar Rapids pick Bernie Sanders
    Caucus instruction read in 8 languages to immigrants and non-English speakers


    https://www.thegazette.com/subject/n...nders-20200203

    07:07PM | Thu, February 06, 2020

    CEDAR RAPIDS — In eight languages, almost every Iowan at Cedar Rapids’ first multilingual satellite caucus Monday said they want Sen. Bernie Sanders to be the Democratic nominee for president.

    Translators opened the caucus at Hoover Elementary School in English, Nepali, Swahili, French, Spanish, Lingala, Kirundi and Kinyarwanda.

    Within minutes, nearly all of the 121 people present had gathered in the west corner of the school gym, where Sanders’ campaign signs were taped to the walls.

    Bhim Mager, who helped recruit 40+ immigrants from Bhutan to this caucus site, explains the caucus program in Nepali. #IowaCaucus pic.twitter.com/Dn0crab4Qa
    — Molly Duffy  (@duffy_mj) February 4, 2020

    No other candidates were viable. Unofficially, 107 people picked Sanders, winning him nine delegates at the site.

    “When you look at the constituents who showed up — and who he overwhelmingly resonates with — what do you see?” asked Hala Shetz, 53, an Arab-American professor who lives in Cedar Rapids.

    “You see people that look like they came from so many different backgrounds and countries. What would unite so many people from different backgrounds and classes? Somebody who is speaking to what most of them came here for — the American dream.”

    (Get the $#@! out of my country. What Sanders is selling you is NOT the American Dream - AF)

    Caucus site organizer Lemi Tilahun — one of four people who tried to caucus for former Vice President Joe Biden — credited the Sanders campaign’s connections to diverse communities for the blowout win.

    Rama Muzo explains in Swahili #IowaCaucuses pic.twitter.com/dYgATpZX2o
    — Molly Duffy  (@duffy_mj) February 4, 2020

    The satellite caucus in northwest Cedar Rapids was the first specifically designed to serve the city’s growing multilingual and immigrant population.

    Hoover Elementary was one of nearly a dozen Democratic caucus sites that offered translation services, according to the Iowa Democratic Party. Six sites held caucuses in Spanish, according to the League of United Latin American Citizens, and one site in Iowa City had an American Sign Language translator.

    A large contingency of Bhutanese Americans were led to the Cedar Rapids site by Bhim Magar and Harka Thapa. Both men caucused Monday for the first time — Magar became a U.S. citizen in 2017, and Thapa in 2019.

    “I feel like we can use our rights here,” Thapa, 36, said. “It’s the first time in my life that’s meant something.”

    Magar, 45, translated the caucus rules in Nepali — a brief translation, he noted, because he knew the Bhutanese community already had their minds made up.

    Brenda Ware, a first time caucus participant, moved to Iowa from Chicago almost five years ago but didn’t caucus in 2016. She said she didn’t understand the process and was fighting an illness four years ago — the 56-year-old African American has neuropathy, or nerve damage to most of her body.

    She was one of the first people to find a seat in Sanders’ corner.

    “I’m glad that he’s standing up for the people,” she said. “He’s not here to get rich off of it. He’s here for the people, and I believe the people should be here for him.”

    Tilahun, who works as Hoover Elementary’s school-community liaison, said about 80 percent of attendees were first-time caucus participants and more than 45 registered to vote for the first time at the site.

    “People say Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucus is not reflective of what the country is in terms of diversity,” he said. “If anyone was in this gym, they would see that’s not true.”



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    The cold war never ended, it just changed form and its HQ. (think China, thank Nixon)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The cold war never ended, it just changed form and its HQ. (think China, thank Nixon)
    And that snake, Kissinger.

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    Translators opened the caucus at Hoover Elementary School in English, Nepali, Swahili, French, Spanish, Lingala, Kirundi and Kinyarwanda.
    Guys. The solution is simple. Learn Swahili, Nepalese, etc. and educate these migrants why freedom is better than free stuff. Quit being selfish and spending time supporting your families.

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    I see no invaders. I see people who had to have come here legally if they are voting, and calling for their expulsion demonstrates contempt for the rule of law.

    I see the Democrats coaching these people to act in a certain way. I do not see anyone else reaching out to them in any way except to tell them they are unwelcome. I see countries on that list where these people likely fled in terror because they were informed they are unwelcome due to their ethnicity, and I think anyone who believes telling the same thing here to voters and thinking any good can come from that, are the ones with their heads up their asses.

    I see a country where the democratic party is in ruins and none of that $#@! matters in the slightest anyway. There has never been a better time to reach out to these people because their party is being daily exposed as a haven of cheats and traitors. If you don't change your tune these people will have nowhere to go but to get swallowed up by some even more socialist entity and you will have nobody to blame but yourself for fulfilling your own prophecy.

    You cannot hate them and expect them to do what you want.
    There are no crimes against people.
    There are only crimes against the state.
    And the state will never, ever choose to hold accountable its agents, because a thing can not commit a crime against itself.

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    Iowa Caucus: Bernie Sanders Wins Nearly All Non-English Speaking Immigrant Voters

    Nearly all non-English speaking immigrant voters who gathered at a multilingual caucus site in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, supported democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

    During the Iowa Democrat Caucus this week, where the full results are still not tallied, Sanders won the support of about 107 non-English speaking immigrant voters out of 121 present at a multilingual Cedar Rapids caucus site with various translators, according to The Gazette:

    Translators opened the caucus at Hoover Elementary School in English, Nepali, Swahili, French, Spanish, Lingala, Kirundi and Kinyarwanda. Within minutes, nearly all of the 121 people present had gathered in the west corner of the school gym, where Sanders’ campaign signs were taped to the walls. No other candidates were viable. Unofficially, 107 people picked Sanders, winning him nine delegates at the site. [Emphasis added]



    The support for Sanders among Iowa’s non-English speaking population reveals a trend in which the far-left message of hemispheric open borders, Medicare for All, and convicted criminals getting to vote from their prison cells is resonating with foreign-born voters.

    Even for Iowa’s noncitizens and illegal aliens, Sanders was more often than not their choice for president, as Breitbart News reported.

    Democrats have successfully shifted the American electoral map thanks to the nation’s legal immigration system which admits more than one million new arrivals every year — many of which go on to become naturalized citizens five years later to vote for Democrats. In the 2020 election, about one-in-ten voters will have been born outside the U.S.

    Two regions of Iowa where large foreign populations have recently resettled over the last two decades — Denton and Storm Lake, Iowa — have increasingly become less and less red. As the HuffPost reported, big businesses with meatpacking plants and farms have brought thousands of newly arrived nationals to the region.

    As Breitbart News has reported, Sanders has a handful of DACA illegal aliens working on his presidential campaign, and they helped write the democratic socialist’s immigration platform — which includes taxpayer-funded free health care for illegal aliens, decriminalization of the southern border, and amnesty for the majority of the 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the U.S.

    John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...itbart+News%29
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    I see no invaders. I see people who had to have come here legally if they are voting, and calling for their expulsion demonstrates contempt for the rule of law.

    I see the Democrats coaching these people to act in a certain way. I do not see anyone else reaching out to them in any way except to tell them they are unwelcome. I see countries on that list where these people likely fled in terror because they were informed they are unwelcome due to their ethnicity, and I think anyone who believes telling the same thing here to voters and thinking any good can come from that, are the ones with their heads up their asses.

    I see a country where the democratic party is in ruins and none of that $#@! matters in the slightest anyway. There has never been a better time to reach out to these people because their party is being daily exposed as a haven of cheats and traitors. If you don't change your tune these people will have nowhere to go but to get swallowed up by some even more socialist entity and you will have nobody to blame but yourself for fulfilling your own prophecy.

    You cannot hate them and expect them to do what you want.
    We're just not smiling enough.

    "They will bring with them the principles of the governments they leave, imbibed in their early youth; or, if able to throw them off, it will be in exchange for an unbounded licentiousness, passing, as is usual, from one extreme to another. It would be a miracle were they to stop precisely at the point of temperate liberty. These principles, with their language, they will transmit to their children. In proportion to their number, they will share with us the legislation. They will infuse into it their spirit, warp and bias its direction, and render it a heterogeneous, incoherent, distracted mass... If they come of themselves, they are entitled to all the rights of citizenship: but I doubt the expediency of inviting them by extraordinary encouragements." --Thomas Jefferson: Notes on Virginia
    Last edited by nobody's_hero; 02-07-2020 at 06:08 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
    T.S. Elliot's The Hollow Men



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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    I see no invaders. I see people who had to have come here legally if they are voting, and calling for their expulsion demonstrates contempt for the rule of law.

    I see the Democrats coaching these people to act in a certain way. I do not see anyone else reaching out to them in any way except to tell them they are unwelcome. I see countries on that list where these people likely fled in terror because they were informed they are unwelcome due to their ethnicity, and I think anyone who believes telling the same thing here to voters and thinking any good can come from that, are the ones with their heads up their asses.

    I see a country where the democratic party is in ruins and none of that $#@! matters in the slightest anyway. There has never been a better time to reach out to these people because their party is being daily exposed as a haven of cheats and traitors. If you don't change your tune these people will have nowhere to go but to get swallowed up by some even more socialist entity and you will have nobody to blame but yourself for fulfilling your own prophecy.

    You cannot hate them and expect them to do what you want.
    I appreciate you saying this. Hatred and resentment only creates more of the same. Love and understanding can change minds. It sure has in my life.

    And you are goddamn right we aren’t smiling enough. You are not going to do $#@! but fuss about the inevitable demographic changes, but you CAN accept others and help bring them to the light of liberty that we all love so much. Most of these people have fled horrible situations and are primed for the way.

    Is a an authoritarian warrior police state significantly better than the commies, other than how much fake liberty and cash you have in your pocket? Maybe. Probably, but from the outside they look very similar. Both have killed and oppressed millions. In fact, from a lot of these immigrant’s perspectives the status quo has taken the lead in the past 20 years via our freedom wars. Maybe they want to slay the beast and see communism as a way to destroy capital that very likely will be used for war and oppression in their home countries? These immigrants aren’t as stupid as some choose to believe.

    I am bored and apathetic to the negativity and division. I will not participate any longer.
    Last edited by Slave Mentality; 02-07-2020 at 06:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slave Mentality View Post
    You are not going to do $#@! but fuss about the inevitable demographic changes
    These "inevitable demographic changes" you speak of are the direct result of deliberate government policy, designed from the very inception and clearly understood to accomplish a specific task: the displacement and dissolution of the people who built this nation. They are not naturally and "organically" occurring events unfolding here.

    This is the "posterity" the constitution talks of.

    The migrant invasion could stopped as quickly as the foreign wars could.

    But in this regard you are right: neither will.

    Because it serves the larger purpose.
    Last edited by Anti Federalist; 02-07-2020 at 10:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy View Post
    Our Country is going to hell.
    It's already in hell.

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    Send them back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    It's already in hell.
    Did you not see Trump's speech a couple days ago? The country has never been better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    These "inevitable demographic changes" you speak of are the direct result of deliberate government policy, designed from the very inception and clearly understood to accomplish a specific task: the displacement and dissolution of the people who built this nation.

    The "posterity" the constitution talks of.

    The migrant invasion could stopped as quickly as the foreign wars could.

    But in this regard you are right: neither will.

    Because it serves the larger purpose.
    Yes Sir! All by design. I don’t know if there’s an answer. Thats why I am proposing hippy $#@! like love. My human existence is starving for real relationships and change and liberty. We can’t be the only ones! Don’t give up on people yet. We always seem to amaze.

    Edit: I gave up on people for many years. No more. We don’t make it without each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Or in a $#@!ing GULAG.
    I'll be chilling in the guard's break room watching TV

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    Bern is going to landslide NH



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    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    Bern is going to landslide NH
    Free stuff is popular

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
    Free stuff is popular
    If he does not win by a large margin we know it is more Dem vote fraud . The party of fraud . Bootyjudge is the CIA candidate though so expect more fraud if possible .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
    I'll be chilling in the guard's break room watching TV
    Drinking Old Crow with @Danke, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The cold war never ended, it just changed form and its HQ. (think China, thank Nixon)
    And John Huntsman Sr.

    I saw an interview a few years ago with Huntsman. If I recall correctly, Glen Beck was the interviewer.

    Huntsman said that his greatest achievement was setting up and accompanying Nixon to "open up" communist China.

    He said that he is very proud of setting up the chi-coms petrochemical industry.

    Look at the unspeakable damage that he has done to the planet and its inhabitants.

    He is a traitor to this country and humanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Drinking Old Crow with @Danke, no doubt.
    Good enough for Mark Twain , too good for Danke .
    Last edited by oyarde; 02-07-2020 at 02:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slave Mentality View Post
    I appreciate you saying this. Hatred and resentment only creates more of the same. Love and understanding can change minds. It sure has in my life.

    And you are goddamn right we aren’t smiling enough. You are not going to do $#@! but fuss about the inevitable demographic changes, but you CAN accept others and help bring them to the light of liberty that we all love so much. Most of these people have fled horrible situations and are primed for the way.

    Is a an authoritarian warrior police state significantly better than the commies, other than how much fake liberty and cash you have in your pocket? Maybe. Probably, but from the outside they look very similar. Both have killed and oppressed millions. In fact, from a lot of these immigrant’s perspectives the status quo has taken the lead in the past 20 years via our freedom wars. Maybe they want to slay the beast and see communism as a way to destroy capital that very likely will be used for war and oppression in their home countries? These immigrants aren’t as stupid as some choose to believe.

    I am bored and apathetic to the negativity and division. I will not participate any longer.
    It would seem that for every one you 'love and educate', 20 more take their place. The elites laugh at your efforts. There's a limitless supply of people around the world to take their place. Jefferson knew this over 200 years ago. People go with what they know. They will bring with them the principles of the governments they leave. This happens on a domestic basis as well. In just a decade New Hampshire has been ruined by uber liberals moving in mass from Mass. Texas seems to be a regrouping point for ex-Californians. If Sherman came through Georgia today most folks here would help him burn Atlanta.

    Hate doesn't factor into it. —Well, maybe in the sense that I hate the people who exploit these people. But I don't really see any feasible alternative other than to turn off the spigot. Unless you all believe that it really is inevitable, in which case we might as well wipe down the bar and turn the lights off here at RPF.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
    T.S. Elliot's The Hollow Men

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    In the 2020 election, about one-in-ten voters will have been born outside the U.S.
    It must be the ten percent who are responsible for all of our problems- not the 90%.

    https://www.jstor.org/stable/40230326?seq=1

    We find that naturalized citizens are less likely to register and to vote than native-born citizens, net of other factors. Citizens born abroad in Europe, Latin America, and Asia are less likely to register and those born abroad in Europe and Asia are less likely to vote than those born in the U.S. Among naturalized citizens, region of origin does not remain a major explanatory variable once time in the U.S. is considered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    It must be the ten percent who are responsible for all of our problems- not the 90%.

    https://www.jstor.org/stable/40230326?seq=1
    I agree , all the ordinary iowa democrats are bad all by themselves .



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    I went to the Iowa caucus because I'd never been before. Growing up there, most people I knew had never attended. And, having long since joined the ranks of people outside the state who peer in at this process, I was curious. On a national level, Iowa is used to being ignored. Then every four years, there's a torrent of purple prose about rusting farm equipment and condescending "man on the street" interviews. Understandably, Iowans get defensive about being portrayed this way, and some are quick to point out how seriously they take their democratic obligation—even if only a tiny fraction of people in the state get involved. (Everyone else is just trying to get some ranch.)

    At a precinct location near my parents' house, I was given a big red sticker that said OBSERVER. Here's what I observed: About 180 people—most, but not all, white—milled around an elementary school gym. There was no on-site childcare, no snacks (thank goddess I had a belly full of taco pizza). Low bleachers were set up in front of campaign signs for each candidate, with the notable exception of Tom Steyer, whose branding had been all over Iowa's YouTube videos and billboards for weeks. A local Democratic party official explained that 9 delegates would be awarded based on this group's decisions. There were several minute-long statements about each candidate, including a comparison of Pete Buttigieg to JFK and RFK and Amy Klobuchar to a reliable sailboat. Then, two rounds of voting by holding cards in the air and counting the hands in each corner. And finally, delegate math: Two each for Buttigieg, Sanders, and Warren; one each for Biden and Klobuchar. And then a coin toss—yes, a COIN TOSS—to award the final delegate to either Biden or Klobuchar. It went to Biden.

    As I watched from a metal folding chair in the corner, my gut-level reaction was that this whole thing is just wrong. Wildly undemocratic. The electoral college in microcosm. But I'm also sympathetic to some Iowans' desire to hang on to this flawed process that, with each passing election, becomes less representative of the national population. I want there to be a genuine and ongoing national interest in how all parts of this country are faring. And that's actually the same reason this caucus process is indefensible: It's trying to account for a real problem of representation by creating another one.

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    https://www.cato.org/blog/immigrants...alifornia-blue

    Immigrants Don’t Make California Blue

    California is not blue because of immigrants. In the 2016 election, for example, naturalized citizens cast 18.1 percent of the vote, according to the Voting and Registration Supplement to the Census’s Current Population Survey (CPS). The CPS doesn’t ask how they cast their votes, but even if every single naturalized citizen voter cast their ballot for Hillary Clinton, Trump still would have received 38 percent fewer votes in the state than Clinton if Brakey’s disenfranchisement plan went through.
    Blaming foreigners made things worse for Republican in California.

    But just because immigrants don’t make California blue doesn’t mean that immigration politics didn’t play a role. California Republicans went from competitive statewide to big losers at exactly the time that Governor Pete Wilson decided to blame immigrants for the state’s budget problems and campaigned for Proposition 187 in 1994, which would have required state officers to report illegal immigrants to the federal government as well as ban public services to them. Wilson did win reelection in 1994 during a record year for Republicans nationwide, but the California GOP never recovered.

    My colleague Alex Nowrasteh has documented the now‐​extensive evidence that Wilson’s nativist campaign turned off Hispanic voters. This includes not just naturalized but also 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation Hispanics. Wilson received nearly half of the Hispanic vote in 1990, but only a quarter in the 1994 election, and the GOP share remained low thereafter. But it was not just Hispanic voters who stopped voting GOP. Non‐​Hispanic whites also turned against Republicans at the same time, leading to a near total collapse in the state GOP.

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    A large contingency of Bhutanese Americans
    WTF is a "Bhutanese"?

    Google says more dot-heads.........Why is there a large contingency in Cedar Rapids? Which branch of "our government" brought this large contingency across the ocean and deposited them in Ia.? Were they issued 7-11's and Motel 6's or section 8? Don't try to tell me there's some business in Cedar Rapids that recruited a large contingency of Bhutanese migrants.

    Quite simply there is no need for migrant 'workers' until there are no more welfare checks being written.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    WTF is a "Bhutanese"?

    Google says more dot-heads.........Why is there a large contingency in Cedar Rapids? Which branch of "our government" brought this large contingency across the ocean and deposited them in Ia.? Were they issued 7-11's and Motel 6's or section 8? Don't try to tell me there's some business in Cedar Rapids that recruited a large contingency of Bhutanese migrants.

    Quite simply there is no need for migrant 'workers' until there are no more welfare checks being written.
    https://www.desmoinesregister.com/st...ri/1304915002/

    Tika Bhandari was 9 years old when her native country kicked her, her family and 107,000 others like her out for being different.

    Tika and her family are natives of Bhutan, a south Asian country roughly the size of Maryland with a population of about 800,000 wedged between two of India’s northernmost states and south of Tibet.

    Tika’s family are Lhotshampas, people mainly from the south of Bhutan who trace their family histories to Nepal, another tiny south Asian nation west of Bhutan. The Lhotshampas speak Nepali and follow ancestral customs.

    In the 1990s, the ruling class of Bhutan decided on a “one government, one people” policy and expelled most Lhotshampas — a fifth of Bhutan’s population at the time.

    Families such as Tika’s ended up in refugee camps on the eastern edge of Nepal. Conditions in the refugee camps were abysmal. There was not enough food, clothing or proper living quarters. They lived fenced-in, like prisoners, Tika recalled.

    The United Nations came and offered Tika’s family the chance to resettle in the United States, specifically Des Moines. They had no idea where Des Moines was, but it was a chance for a new life. So to Iowa they came in 2007.

    Tika and her family eventually worked with Lutheran Services in Iowa, or LSI, a non-governmental social service agency that helps refugees resettle.

    Her father, Narad Bastola, who plowed fields with oxen and hand tools, learned to farm with modern tools in community gardens before he died of cancer in 2016.

    Tika, now 38, eventually found work with LSI, helping teach English to newcomers, among other duties. She and her husband are now U.S. citizens.
    Tika’s parents had no formal education — they had always been farmers. But her father connected with Global Greens, an LSI program that puts refugee farmers back in the fields, teaches them modern farming techniques and sells their wares at Des Moines' Downtown Farmers' Market, and through other avenues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    https://www.cato.org/blog/immigrants...alifornia-blue



    Blaming foreigners made things worse for Republican in California.
    CATO makes propaganda for mass immigration.
    Hispanic's vote Democratic since the 60s.
    https://books.google.at/books?id=n-H...201960&f=false

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    WTF is a "Bhutanese"?

    Google says more dot-heads.........Why is there a large contingency in Cedar Rapids? Which branch of "our government" brought this large contingency across the ocean and deposited them in Ia.? Were they issued 7-11's and Motel 6's or section 8? Don't try to tell me there's some business in Cedar Rapids that recruited a large contingency of Bhutanese migrants.

    Quite simply there is no need for migrant 'workers' until there are no more welfare checks being written.
    That is where they get the munchkins for wizard of oz .

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