The Canary In the Coal Mine Is Deader Than A Norwegian Blue
Illegal aliens are so numerous that the city of Santa Ana is spending $4.5 million to convince its residents to learn English. Talk about giving up on law enforcement!
A spokesman from the local Chamber of Commerce said, in English, "that out of about 350,000 residents of Santa Ana, which is the most densely populated city in California after San Francisco, about 313,000 speak a language other than English at home."
Given the numbers, and the apparent lack of interest in enforcing our immigration laws or preserving American culture, it would be more cost-effective just to teach Spanish the 37,000 people who speak English at home. When, exactly, did we change from a sovereign nation into a quaint club asking people to learn our language, please?
My platform calls for a somewhat different approach from the Santa Ana surrender strategy. It's called "enforcing the law." I know, it's crazy and radical to think law enforcement should involve, you know, law enforcement, but that's the approach I favor. If you do, too, you need to put your money where your mouth is and contribute to my campaign -- now!