DEMOCRAT PARTY - PARTY OF ILLEGALS & LA RAZA SUPREMACY!
COLORADO· 68% of Colorado voters say overpopulation is a major problem in Colorado. Only 2% of voters believe that the state needs to expand its population at all, yet the state is projected to increase its population by 67%, from 4.3 million today to 6.4 million in 25 years. 61% want the federal government to lower immigration levels to reduce the environmental impact and development pressures on communities across the nation.
FLORIDA· 58% of Florida voters favor making legal immigration more difficult. 71% favor the U.S. government spending more time and money to prevent illegal immigration into the U.S., including more than 40% of Hispanics. · 59% of Florida voters believe current immigration levels are too high. Almost two thirds (63%) of voters agree that “immigration levels are out of control and we need to reduce the number of immigrants we allow into the country”. A majority of voters (52%) said they would be more likely to endorse a candidate who supported immigration reduction as part of his or her campaign. 76% feel that "Continued population growth is a threat to Florida’s resource base, environmental health, and quality of life”.
GEORGIA · 69% believe that the quality of life in the state will deteriorate if current growth and population trends continue. 74% are concerned about the level of immigration to the U.S. 79% are specifically concerned about the level of immigration to Georgia. 61% oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants.
IOWA · 62% of Iowans feel that the U.S. should lower its current level of immigration. 65% feel that a U.S. population of 400 million in 2050, as projected by the U.S. Census Bureau, is too large.
KANSAS · 86% of Kansans say levels of immigration into the U.S. are a “serious” or “very serious” problem.
MARYLAND· 68% of Maryland voters are concerned about the current level of immigration to the state, and 58% want the federal government to lower immigration levels to reduce development pressures on the environment. 61% think overpopulation in Maryland is a major problem. · Two-thirds of adults in rural southern Maryland say the place where they live is growing too fast. Frustration with crowded roads is mounting, and nearly two-thirds want strict new limits on development.
MICHIGAN· 52% of Michigan voters say legal immigration levels should be decreased, 41% say they should remain at present levels, and 4% say they should increase.
NEW JERSEY · 82% of New Jersey residents say that illegal immigration is an important problem facing the country. 39% say it is one of the most important problems.
TEXAS · 82% of Texans see illegal immigration as a serious problem (including 86% of Caucasians and 69% of Hispanics), and 61% say the federal government is not doing enough to stop it. VIRGINIA · 73% consider the pace of population growth to be an urgent problem, with 60% saying it threatens quality of life in the state. 70% say they are concerned about the level of immigration to Virginia, and 57% say they would be more likely to support a candidate for Congress who supported a reduction in national immigration levels.
CFR’s Plan to Integrate the U.S., Mexico and Canada http://www.proliberty.com/observer/20050816.htmThe Great Alien Invasion - What's Happening Now http://www.rense.com/general69/inva.htm"Bush Secret Border Wars" Mayhem and terror in Southern states to protect government drug cartels http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/august2005/140805borderwars.htmMexican/Bush Crime Families Expand in U.S. http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2652Wake up America!!! Illegal Immigration has to be stopped. Take a look at this website and see where all your tax dollars are going: 1. 1) http://immigrationcounters.com/