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  Gov. Richard Lamm on the Immigration plan to destroy America
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Last EditedJason  Sep 29, 2012 11:00pm
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News DateMonday, September 3, 2012 04:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionFLORIDA, September 2, 2012 — It is common knowledge that our country is in the midst of sweeping change.

Politically, economically, socially, religiously, and demographically, the American landscape is transforming before our very eyes. In some ways, this is an excellent thing, while in others, strife has been the result. As we each have our own opinions about any given issue, it is ultimately left with every one of us to determine which changes are beneficial, and which ones are not.

Multiculturalism is a lightning rod without parallel. Those who do not seek assimilation to traditionally American norms and standards see it as a wonderful development. For those of us who see the value in cultural cohesion, however, it is a tremendous problem.

Multiculturalism has come to be regarded as a leftist idea during recent years.

According to conventional wisdom, implacable opposition to it comes from the right. Might there be pro-labor Democrats who desire a unified country, and libertarian businesspersons who could care less about such a thing?
Of course. Don't expect the punditocracy to pick up on that, though.

Richard Lamm brings a much needed sense of reality to the situation. The former three-term Governor of Colorado became famous long ago for his environmental activism, as well as support of abortion rights and smart development strategies. Over the last several years, however, his opinions concerning multiculturalism and American immigration policy have brought him back into the spotlight.

Those who have lost their jobs due to illegal immigration are rarely heard from in the media. Is this because they do not feel like sharing their stories, or could it be that few are listening to them?
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