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If You're a Republican, You May Want To Read The Statue of Liberty's Plaque published by The Classical Conservative
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If You're a Republican, You May Want To Read The Statue of Liberty's Plaque

Changing the way people think about news.

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Opinion Article by The Classical Conservative. Article Location: New York

   

In the wake of the disaster that is the U.S.A. foreign policy, we see constantly the rights of human beings being questioned and torn apart.  I speak about of course the ever teeming population of Hispanics in our country and how they may or may not be undocumented.  Undocumented workers have been seen on as a blight to society and how they take and take from our institutions when in fact the exact opposite has been true.  At the same time, fear campaigns across the USA claiming ISIS is coming in through Mexico to infiltrate as well as violent criminals like Cartel making their way through to the USA.

At the same time, we reap the rewards and benefits that come off of the hyper-cheap labor at lower than minimum wage due to lack of work opportunity in Mexico and other underdeveloped countries.  To all those who truly believe that Hispanics are out there taking people's jobs away or taking away your rights as an individual, I would recommend you to read the plaque of the Statue of Liberty as if the Constitution wasn't enough for you.

I do especially love the part that states "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

 

   

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https://www.nps.gov/stli/index.htm

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