Former President Clinton says he understands “anti-immigrant sentiment” because it is “white, male factory” workers who are out of jobs. Way to pull the race card Mr President. Only a true racist thinks it is about race.
Here is a clue F.P. Clinton, it is ANTI-ILLEGAL immigrant sentiment. They are BREAKING THE LAW. It is a difficult concept to understand for some people, but they are ILLEGAL BECAUSE THEY ARE BREAKING THE LAW. It is not an immigration problem, but an ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION problem. Too bad F.P. Clinton has to distort the issue and can’t debate the issue on the merits. One would expect better from a former President. Except perhaps F.P. Clinton. Divide and conquer is the strategy.
Here is the full quotation:
The real reason there’s anti-immigrant sentiment is if you look at the numbers. It’s white male factory workers without a college degree got killed in the last decade. Men, in terms of their real wage loss, suffered even more than women did. Clinton, April 28, 2010
Check out State Senator Kevin Parker resorting to calling people who disagree with him racist. The State Senator, who has been ordered to anger management classes after being accused of punching a traffic agent and who is under felony indictment for assaulting a news photographer is unable to argue an issue on the merits and instead throws the racist label around. If he listened to his own comments, he’d realize that the true racist is himself. Instead he tries to use his skin color to protect himself from debate. And New Yorker’s elected this racist clown? They should be ashamed.
Here is the video, skip forward to the 20:45 minute mark to see the fireworks, the video shows what a complete and utter racist, buffoon State Senator Kevin Parker is:
“A sense of confidence in the courts is essential to maintain the fabric of ordered liberty for a free people and three things could destroy that confidence and do incalculable damage to society: that people come to believe that inefficiency and delay will drain even a just judgment of its value; that people who have long been exploited in the smaller transactions of daily life come to believe that courts cannot vindicate their legal rights from fraud and over-reaching; that people come to believe the law – in the larger sense – cannot fulfill its primary function to protect them and their families in their homes, at their work, and on the public streets.” Chief Justice Warren E. Burger
He once came back from conference and told us sadly that the other Justices had rejected his proposal for a new Supreme Court rule. “What was the rule, judge?” we asked. “When one corporate fat cat sues another corporate fat cat,” he replied, “this Court shall have no jurisdiction.” — Elena Kagan on Thurgood Marshall.
In other words, ignore the Constitution from someone who supposedly was a Constitutional scholar. Thurgood Marshall was a disgrace to the bench.