Rep. Steve King: ‘I Have No Moral Obligation’ to Help Illegal Aliens Stay in USA

Lee Stranahan, Breitbart, May 12, 2013

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, straight talking Rep. Steve King (R-IA) makes a seldom heard argument that cuts to the heart of the immigration problem. Congressman King said:

I was talking to someone about immigration reform and I told him what I thought was wrong with the approach on the bill.

He looks at me and he says “What are you going to do? How are you going to solve this problem of eleven million illegal immigrants?”

So, I gave my answer which is not a new idea; seal the border. But as I drove home that night I realized I didn’t give the correct answer.

My real answer is, “Why do I have to do anything to solve a problem that people created willingly for themselves?”

They choose to come here illegally and live in the shadows. They are happy enough to take the risk of sneaking into the United States or overstaying their visa, sneaking around and using fraudulent documents to get a job or tapping into welfare and living here in the shadows for the balance of their lives. That was their best option; the worst would be prison or deportation.

The answer to that question is: I don’t have to do anything to fix that problem.

I have no moral obligation to make it easier for people to stay here if they are people who broke the law to get here. That moral question isn’t answered by anyone; I don’t have to fix that problem. The more uncomfortable it gets for them to stay, the less problems we have. The less uncomfortable it gets, the more problems.

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  • In other words, do we get to decide who comes into our house, or do guests decide who gets to come into our house?

    It’s a shame King isn’t going to run for Senate. I get the unfortunate feeling that Karl Roverrated and all the dirty EL CHEAPO labor lobby money that runs through the veins of Crossroads GPS intimidated King out of the race.

    • redfeathers

      At a house hearing yesterday one of the Republicans commented on Holder’s assertion that citizenship for illegals is a civil right. I don’t remember which one though.

      • Erasmus

        In that case a home invader also has a right to be in your home against your will.

        Holder must go. Even Obongo can’t be so stupid he doesn’t see that Holder brings discredit upon him and his administration.

        • Sick of it

          The courts will already financially reward someone who breaks into your house to rob you, but hurts themselves in the house into which they entered illegally.

  • The__Bobster

    I have no moral obligation to make it easier for people to stay here if they are people who broke the law to get here.

    But you do have a moral obligation to kick them out… does the rest of Congress.

    • joesolargenius

      I agree with you in that I believe our elected officials have an obligation to uphold the constitution and protect the individual states from an invasion of enemy forces whom openly intend to economically harm American citizens.

    • Tucker

      And, to underline and place a bold set of italics around your definition of the moral and LEGAL and CONSTITUTIONAL obligation of Congress to kick these illegal aliens out – if they continue to do ‘nothing’, as King here advocates – then, the odds are close to 100 percent that these illegals who live and lurk in the shadows – will, if they are not already doing so, decide to find employment in the narco-drug pushing and smuggling mestizo gangs.

      Ponder that ugly truth for a moment, my fellow White European Americans. Let’s assume for simplicity’s sake that the lies we are told about the illegal alien population only being 11 million are accurate. Can you imagine a crime syndicate that consists of 11 million members – and who’s narco drug trafficking activities are able to garner them profits which, even by conservative estimates, annually reach into the hundreds of millions of dollars – if not billions of dollars? Can you then imagine, with that kind of money at their disposal, and with the stereotypical kind of human scum who have been allowed to rise to positions of power in our U.S. Congress – how easily these 11 million man crime syndicate bosses will be able to ‘buy’ every single member of our Congress and every single member of our DEA and US Border Patrol and every law enforcement agency across our nation?

      Years ago, before I stopped reading the mainstream newspapers – I remember seeing an article that appeared in the Washington Times and which was carried in my local newspaper. The article was discussing the corruption problems that existed in Mexico, and also – to a lesser extent – in nearly every Hispanic controlled Central and South American nation. The newspaper reporter of the article was interviewing many of our top DEA agents and their mutual consensus was that the only way to clean up the corruption of the Mexican government by the narco drug traffickers would be if every single member of the Mexican government, every single law enforcement officer, and every top ranking military officer in the Mexican military were to be fired and banned from ever again serving in any of the previously cited capacities. And, even under those drastic circumstances – none of the DEA agents who were interviewed believed that the next group of Mexicans who would take their places would not become equally corrupt within a decade after assuming their positions.

      Hence, Rep. King’s heart might be partially in the right place – but, as The Bobster says – unless we want to allow our nation to become the new ‘Mexico’, the only solution is to execute a 100 percent round-up and deportation program.

    • Erasmus

      Peter King for president in 2016. He speaks the truth.

      No one has a moral obligation to put the needs and wants of a stranger before those of the members of his family. The leaders of a country do not simply NOT have a moral obligation to cosset illegal invaders, they have a legal and moral obligation to protect their citizens from those invaders.

      • ms_anthro

        He cannot be trusted unless and until he actively works to identify, apprehend, and deport these hostile illegal invaders from our soil. Saying they’re not his problem isn’t good enough. They are his problem and they need to go.

  • The__Bobster

    … here in the shadows for the balance of their lives.
    Every leaf blower I see seems to be attached to a squat monster. When you get a few of them together, they are arrogant little ba stards and not living in the shadows at all.

    • AutomaticSlim

      The day laborers standing on the corner are not so quick to move out the way…

      • ms_anthro

        I shove on through those crowds using my shoulders if necessary. I might just be a petite White woman but when they see I mean business and will not walk around them, they grudgingly step out of the way.

        This is our country, not theirs. Act accordingly.

    • crystalevans

      They start out living in the shadows but when they realize that the government is not going to deport them, they come out of the shadows.

      • BonusGift

        The imported gangs that infest many of our cities hardly exist in “the shadows”, for example. One merely can drive through many parts of Los Angeles and observe for yourself, ‘shadows’ my behind.

      • Sick of it

        And they make plenty of anchor babies…

  • WASP Insurgent

    The Democrats want the illegals for added voting strength, the Republicans want illegals to help big business w/ cheap labor, we are screwed.

    • White Mom in WDC

      Exactly. I don’t feel sorry for illegals or any legal immigrants for that matter. I did not bring you here. I did not ask for you to come here. Oh well

    • Sick of it

      Don’t give the Rockefeller Republicans too much credit. They want all of the same things the Democrats want, just hide behind a different letter.

  • Chip

    King/Sessions 2016

    • Tucker

      Sessions for sure.

  • DiversityIsDeath

    Right on! Kudos to Steve King for putting the wishes and wants and interests of his constituency ahead of those of the illegal alien criminal invaders.

  • Tannhauser

    How are you going to solve the problem of eleven million illegal aliens? The same way Ike did in Operation: Wetback – Deport them!

  • Luca

    You can’t arrive at a solution, if you can’t identify the problem. The problem is not that they are living in the shadows illegally, the problem is that they are here at all.

    The problem is you have reprehensible border security and even worse immigration enforcement. The clamp down on immigration abuses, border security and strict enforcement should have begun on September 12th, 2001. I blame George W. Bush for that. He had a perfect opportunity to do the right thing while he was conjuring up the Patriot Act. After 9/11 the patriotic mood of this country would have allowed for stringent measures.

    The real problem began under Clinton, by allowing the open borders and lax enforcement, then Bush ignored it and now Obama is throwing some gas on it.

    There is plenty of blame to go around but I am still waiting to hear from someone in Washington who knows what to do about it.

    • AutomaticSlim

      It was way before Clinton (as bad as he was).
      I liked Reagan. I really did.
      But he let 1M of them in.

      • MBlanc46

        Reagan let them in because the economic elite, for whom Reagan was the front man, wanted them in.

      • Sick of it

        I thought our horrific push for third world immigrants began under Kennedy?

    • Tucker

      Bush ignored it – because of the Bush Family connections to the narco drug cartels, as has been documented in considerable detail in a number of excellent documentary videos. One great place to find these videos is:

      Securing the US-Mexican border would result in stopping not only the illegal alien invasion, but also put a major crimp in the smuggling of drugs into the USA from Mexico, Central, and South America.

      Think about it. After the false flag event of 9-11 – had it been legitimate instead of a false flag event – could there have been a more ‘perfect’ excuse dropped into the lap of any honest Presidente than that, to dramatically increase funding for border security, tighten up our immigration laws, and to drastically increase the number of U.S. Border Patrol agents than that?

      Yet, the Bush Crime family did nothing. Oh, but they did try to grant amnesty and they did want to authorize Mexican trucks to be allowed to come across our border without allowing any $25k per year U.S. Border Patrol agent to take a peek inside those cargo containers, right?

      • Bill

        As soon as you start including your “false flag event” nonsense for what happened 9/11, all the rest of your post is tainted with the same delusional conspiracy theory garbage. There are enough REAL conspiracies against the white traditional American without grabbing on to bogus ones and despoiling your point. White American passengers on those planes were texting their relatives saying goodbye and describing the attackers. Jihadists were flying the planes, not remote control operators, not Israelis and not aliens. One group actually tried to take over the plane from the jihadists. Your screwball false flag garbage demeans their deaths and insults their bravery.

        • Tucker

          Response: Watch the video documentary by Mike Delaney titled 9-11 Missing Links, B.S. Bill.

          One and only one nation benefits from tricking the USA into going to war against all of the enemies of one particular middle eastern nation.

          Cui Bono, bucko. Cui Bono.

          Oh, and what was it that Ariel Sharon said to GWB? Let me see now. The quote appeared in all of the mainstream newspapers and got fairly wide circulation. What was that quote?

          Wasn’t it something like this: “The day after Baghdad fails, I want you to head for Tehran.”

          Shades of a far more successful repeat of what happened on June 8, 1967.

        • Sick of it

          Want a real conspiracy? The Bush family is not American. They popped off the boat from Germany within living memory chock full of socialist European ideas. They made a fortune off duping the American people and ruining the American dream. Or maybe that’s just history…

    • MBlanc46

      Is it that they don’t know what to do about it or that they don’t want to do anything about it? The current condition appears to be the one that they want.

  • sbuffalonative

    The problem is not US immigration policy. The problem is Mexico. That’s what we have to deal with; the problems that compel Mexicans to come here.

    Why can’t Mexico solve their EMIGRATION issues? Does Mexico have no MORAL obligation to deal with their own people?

    What is Mexico doing with all the money we pay for their oil? Do they have no social safety nets in place?

    We need to start talking about Mexico’s MORAL FAILING and not US immigration policies.

    • White Mom in WDC

      The problem is the wealthy elite in Mexiho and the elite in Amurkistan who want cheap labor because the are greedy classists who wish to undermine the white working, middle, and/or merchant class here in the States. They wish all of us to live live serfs while Julian massages their toes and Juan waters their lawn in the bug house. Elite, greedy classists

    • Mr. E

      Where I live the largest pool of illegal immigrants are from El Salvador. While Mexico’s problems do contribute to America’s immigration problem, the crux of the problem remains American politicians’ unwillingness to enforce immigration law and to listen to America’s citizens.

    • In 2004 Vicente Fox said in a decade there would be an open border between the US and Mexico. Looks like he’s on target if the liars who own the world get their way.

      • Bossman

        Vicente Fox believes North America will be more prosperous if there’s more North American integration.

        • evilsandmich

          He says that, but what he believes is that shoveling more of his illiterate poor off onto the U.S. and maybe Canada will make Meheeco more prosperous.

    • Bill

      We have NO control over what happens in Mexico. We DO have control over what happens with OUR border, and what we do with people who break and enter into OUR country, use false ID, rip off our social services, and establish gang territory in OUR cities.

    • Bossman

      They come because the U.S.Dollar is very attractive I believe it is 6 of their currency equals 1 Dollar. They come because it is very profitable to do so. They can save a lot by doing casual jobs. If the labor is casual, any one can be hired to do it. There are no laws against that. Mexican leaders want more integration with the U.S.

    • sbuffalonative, Why would Mexico put out their own money when they know that stupid, corrupt American “leaders” will foot the bill for them?

  • The Culturalist

    The amnesty scheme is falling apart-thank goodness! I have written many of the scum supporting this nonsense, Rand Paul included, and their responses back to me are classic.

    Rand Paul is every bit the swish POS I pegged him for out of the gate. Do not trust that little wimp, he is bad news.

    • Even he’s going to vote against the Gang Bangers of Eight bill. But don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security, because he still says over and over that he wants an amnesty bill of some sort, just not this one. But because a big immigration bill won’t come up again for a long time if this one fails, and because Rand Paul will never be President, especially now that he has come out as full-fledged amnesty and open borders all the way (his chances were slim before he did that and none after), all we need for him to do is vote no.

      Keep those phone calls and letters going.

      • joesolargenius

        Rand Paul is going to do exactly what his daddy whom supports amnesty tells him to do !

      • Tucker

        He is also backsliding on the insanely treasonous and clearly un-Constitutional idea of drone murdering Americans on US soil.

        Remember his remark, where he cited an example of what he thought might be a justified ‘exception’? Exiting a liquor store with a fist full of greenbacks in your hand, in Rand’s mind, is grounds for extra-judicial drone assassination by the tyrant who sits on the commode in the Oval Office at 1600 PA Avenue? Or, worse yet – based on a decision made by some lazy fat, 150 lbs overweight jackbooted thug Police Chief who’s too lazy to conduct a lawful investigation to determine whether or not a crime was committed?

        • I think I know why he’s backsliding on the drone question.

          That’s because he has devoted his short political career not purely to being his father’s son, but to triangulating a new orthodoxy between his father and a lamestream conservative. The problem is that there is no natural constituency for that kind of worldview, either in terms of activists or fundraising. It has been an attempt that has made neither his father’s loyalists nor lamer cons completely happy. And I think it’s now starting to dawn on him, and he’s panicking, by hurriedly running back and forth to find a chair to sit in because the music has stopped.

          Then there’s this issue — I’m starting to think that his drone filibuster wasn’t entirely bona fide. I think there was a QPQ that he was “allowed” to do this filibuster in exchange for permanently coming out for open borders. However, what casts doubt on my own theory is that he’s apparently not going to vote for “this” amnesty bill.

          Then there’s another issue — The drone question is mostly a waste of time for now, and something of an unneeded diversion for our people. So far, the only time armed UAVs have been used is against the Muslim enemy (some of which are “American citizens” based on this unintended birthright reading of the 14th Amendment) in Muslim lands. So far, the only way drones have been used domestically have been unarmed and for observation purposes only. A few big city police chiefs have openly asked for armed drones, but so far, none have actually been deployed much less used. And that issue could easily be solved with a one page piece of civil rights legislation.

    • Tucker

      A wise analysis of Rand Paul, my friend. Both he and his daddy might wear the tag of ‘Republican’ on their sleeves, but these guys are libertarians at heart and both of them are fully on board with the Cultural Marxist plan to engineer the genocide of White European people in America.

  • AutomaticSlim

    “The more uncomfortable it gets for them to stay, the less problems we have. The less uncomfortable it gets, the more problems.”

    Eliminate welfare, food stamps, WIC, head start, medicaid, public housing, tuition aid, etc..
    Make it as hard as possible for the freeloaders to survive, and maybe, just maybe, they will go back where they came from.

    • Erasmus

      When you reward bad behavior you get more of it. The people who refuse to acknowledge that are not true conservatives. This issue is the acid test for true conservatism.
      No matter how conservative you are on other issues, levels of taxation, spending on the military, etc., if you refuse to protect the country’s borders and the rights and privileges of its citizens, you are NO conservative. Before ALL else must come securing the safety of the country and its citizens. That’s how it’s been since the dawn of time. EVERYTHING else is secondary to that.

      • Jane Johnson

        Exactly. Want less of something?…Tax it. Want more of something?…Subsidize it. That’s why we have less growth and more parasitism.

  • Rep. King, consider yourself targeted.

    The Democratic Party will pull out all the stops to discredit you, and try to get one of their own elected, even if “one of their own” is a republican.

  • bigone4u

    I hate my neighbors in San Antonio who hire illegals to do yard work and house cleaning. These wealthy white Republicans could easily afford to hire whites or blacks or even legals, but they break the law and hire illegals. No wonder there are so many of the illegals here. I wish my neighbors would be fined and/or jailed. THAT would send a message.

    • White Mom in WDC

      Illegals are cheap and if they dare raise their voices and complain, your lovely neighbors would stick it to them. Money and power tripping.

      • BonusGift

        Yes and no. they are cheap for the turd hiring them and they benefit too, yet for society as a whole they are expensive and drag the rest of us down. They are, to use an economics term, a giant negative ‘externality’. In short, someone or some people are benefiting then imposing the costs on the larger society. The same happens with ‘offshoring’ etc. In fact, what we have been witness to over the last several decades is a level of privatizing gains and externalizing losses that will clearly result in our cultural and economic destruction (e.g., Can you say “TARP”?). Anyway, for what it’s worth, this type of hiring illegals is called a “negative externality”, and represents the displacement of costs yet internalization of benefits for the two lawbreakers (i.e., the illegal and the person hiring them). It is illegal and morally reprehensible for good reasons. Also, I expect that this is why that ‘conservative’ foundation fired that scholar; that is, because he touched upon this issue. In fact, this is an issue that AmRen should now focus on, and especially since the tribe reacted so negatively to it (i.e., it shows where they feel most vulnerable).

    • Jackryanvb

      Out them!

      Do photo essays of these rich, fat lazy Republicans playing golf and then document the low paid illegals, document terrible crimes of illegals and connect the dots. Make it personal. Contact friends and associates of the rich traitors and out them. There has to be a strong personal cost to aiding the non White immigrant invasion.

      • bigone4u

        Good idea anywhere but here. It’s so widely accepted that I am the eccentric oddball for not following the practice of hiring illegals–I mow my own lawn. SA is a sanctuary city too. The best I can do is some writing I am working on in which I challenge the morality of lawbreaking such as this.

        • Tucker

          Mowing your own lawn, doing your own landscaping, growing and picking your own tomatoes and lettuce and other produce, are clear indications of hard core racism, bigone4u.

          This is really one of the secret desires of the totalitarian leftists in D.C. when we hear them pushing the idea of drone surveillance of American citizens, and especially those in the red states.

          They want to be able to determine who does the above racist things, so they can send their jackboots out to your house to arrest you and ship your evil white hind parts off to a ‘reeducation’ camp, so they can cure you of your racism.

          After all, anyone who’d deliberately and with premeditated malice aforethought, seek to grow their own vegetables or mow their own grass is clearly only doing so in order to hatefully deprive a mestizo of a menial job and thereby starve his 12 illegitimate kids to death, right?

    • Bobby

      I wish they were too. It’s so hopeless with European-Americans. Flat out hopeless. They know that government policies discriminate heavliy against them their children and friends. Then, when they can do something about it, because they won a business or are in some position to help——-THEY DON’T.

    • Tucker

      I agree. In my case, whenever I have a need to have ANY work done on my house – I not only make sure that the contractor I hire to do the job is a White man, but I have a ‘talk’ with him before signing the contract and make it crystal clear to him that if he brings any helpers who I suspect might be illegal aliens on my property, I will call the ICE headquarters and report him.

      I then point to the ICE telephone number that I have stuck under a magnet on my refrigerator door.

      You know what? I have not had even one White male contractor turn down a job and stomp out of my house, after calling me a ‘racist’.

      Maybe that is because refusing to be an accessory to, or an enabler of, the unlawful violation of our immigration laws has nothing to do with ‘racism’ and everything to do with a desire to be a law abiding White European American citizen.

      • Erasmus

        Good for you.

        Why doesn’t the IRS start going after those people who hire the squat-monsters under the table? By not targeting people who cheat, they reward them and penalize the people who follow the law.

        There’s no surer way to discredit the rule of law than to apply it uneven handedly and capriciously.

        • Sick of it

          They’re too busy going after any group calling itself Conservative, Christian, or a Tea Party affiliate.

    • MBlanc46

      It’s not just the household labor. It’s the agribusiness, meat-packing, construction, hospitality, and other industries that hire them by the million.

    • jeffaral

      You are starting to see the truth: The Non-Whites, illegals are not the main problem. The real problem is the White middle and upper classes. Primarily the priority should be a class war,

    • MikeofAges

      Get a few people together and picket. But don’t make an accusation against them. Just carry generic signs that say things like: “Illegals take jobs” or “American will do these jobs” or whatever.

      And send them a polite flyer from your anti-illegal club pointing out the drawbacks of hiring illegal workers. Again, no accusations. Not without absolute proof that they are hiring illegals and know it.

  • Bobby

    This thought of Congressman Steve King’s wouldn’t even have been considered out of the ordinary, before the far leftist takeover of the U.S.

    • jeffaral

      Don’t make me laugh please, it’s the far-right that took over Amerika: The belicist Jewish Neocons starting a new war every week, enemy soldiers being tortured, Christian Zionists screaming for a Third World War on Israel’s behalf, Marshal Law, an increased militarized society, the 400 hundred wealthiest “Americans” controling half of the nation’s wealth, rightwing businessmen and farmers employing millions of slave-wage illegals……

  • mobilebay

    The phrase, “illegals live in the shadows” sends me into orbit. They are NOT living in the shadows…they are marching in the streets, they are doing the jobs stolen from Americans, they are in the schools, the hospitals, the prisons, the welfare offices, they are everywhere you look, but you are right about everything else, Rep. King. Keep up the good work.

    • bigone4u

      Whites are increasingly living in the shadows, not as you say, illegals. Just ask Jason Richwine. If he had stayed in the shadows, he would have a job. Many of us stay in the shadows to keep our jobs and our friendships with libtards intact. This must change.

      • Ella

        Sadly, this is true. We “dilute” our beliefs as part of conformity and acceptance in the community or at work. With age, I now “feel out” others as I make new friends who share similar beliefs. Many Whites just don’t care as I find.

    • If I didn’t quit drinking, I would already have “live(-ing) in the shadows” as a drinking game.

      • Tucker

        The worse aspect to the idea of quitting drinking, is that when you get up in the morning – that is as good as you are going to feel for the rest of the day.

  • Cecilia Sims

    The root of this problem is the UN and the CFR! Both have the goal of one world government under UN control. They said decades ago that nations and sovereignty are an outdated notion. Just as the European Union was developed w/o the citizens’ approval, a North American Union is being planned behind our backs. It will combine Canada, the US and Mexico w/o borders therefore the borders are not enforced. Part of the UN’s goal is “social justice”, where the richer nations will be more equalized to the poorer ones. NAFTA was a stepping stone (“that giant sucking sound of jobs being sucked out of the US). See Also see their members, including many CFR members and former CEO and president of LaRaza, a RADICAL organization that takes US taxpayer money to advocate for Hispanics only.

    The UN is unelected and unaccountable, and definitely NOT our friend! Ron Paul sponsored a bill HR1146 for years to get the US out of the UN, it has been renumbered and gotten more support. Polls show that <30% of Americans approve of the UN! Call your representative to co-sponsor that legislation.

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  • George White

    King gets it. Thank God somebody does.

  • LastBastionOfHope

    Wait it’s wrong to allow illegals here?

    What is this…logic? I don’t know what’s going on, but this is scary. Next thing you know they will make sense with other topics!

  • NordicHeritage

    If only more conservatives would not only speak this way but actually put this into action then we wouldn’t have a illegal immigrant problem.

  • Room101

    This politician is sketchy @ best.

    He’s a government overlord, not one of mere scummy taxpayers who pay ALL the freight..

  • Candid

    The hoards coming over the borders in Southwest USA are indios, not mestizo mexicans, from all the countries of middle and south america.
    No education, no health check, just labor and breeders jumping the line and becoming the cure for the negroes.

    • MBlanc46

      If that’s the case, I’m not sure that the cure is better than the disease.

    • Bossman

      “Becoming the cure for negroes” What do you mean by that? I know that Hispanics are very good at assimilating Blacks. They screw them and turn them into Hispanics.

  • anon

    I think this guy should run for president in 2016! He’s finally saying what’s obvious to everyone in the world except Americans: the more comfortable it is for illegal immigrants, the more problems we will have!

    King for president in 2016! He would probably get a lot of black votes based on his last name!

    • Tucker

      To sweeten the deal, he could offer every black voter a coupon for a free dinner at Pirtles Fried Chicken restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee.

      Minus the AK-47, of course.

  • mobilebay

    The May 15 edition of the Austin American-Statesman carries the headlines: “Report: Invest in Hispanics.” The article calls on the city of Austin (TX) and others to invest its efforts and policies to improve the quality of life for Hispanic residents who sometimes feel left out of the economic development and prosperity that flourish around them.” The report is 43 pages and among other suggestions are improvements that include: education, youth, housing and community development, cultural arts, economic development, health and civic education.
    I am sure that similar “investments” will be encouraged for the many unemployed Americans in Austin too.”

    • mobilebay

      I neglected to say that these headlines appeared in the Metro & State, Section B of the Statesman, not front page.

  • MBlanc46

    I would have thought that the correct answer to the question is “Deport them”.

  • It’s a start…. Poor guy…. No more AIPAC money for him…..

    • Erasmus

      F*ck AIPAC. Why do the same people who support Israel’s right to deport its illegal invaders with force demand that the United States amnesty millions of its invaders?

  • jeffaral

    Rep Steve King must be mad or suicidal: If he keeps talking like that his political carrier will become history: No more Jewish money from AIPAC, no more reelection.

  • jeffaral

    It suffices to mention the Je… Neocons to get one’s post deleted. Any reasonable explanation for this moderator? Thanks

  • IKantunderstand

    Amen. We also have no moral obligation to let the rest of the world enter into OUR country. If, in fact, all races are equal, if in fact all races are equally smart. If White people were willing to stipulate to that, would we be able to rid our countries of all non-White interlopers?Because if this were true, (and we Whites are willing to stipulate that it is) then there is no reason on Earth why any people in the world should be allowed to emigrate to any other country in the world. We are all equal. All countries are equal. Therefore, there is no reason whatsoever for immigration of any kind. And yet there is immigration, from colored countries to White countries. Hmmm, why is that? Why is it that Mexicans sneak into the U.S. and not Guatemala? Why don’t they continue southward into South America? Huh? Why not? I’ll tell you, because Central America sucks, and South America sucks. And, why do they suck? Because they are NOT filled with enough White people to make a difference. Oh, do not be confused for a moment, the Whites that exist in Latin America do very well for themselves. The problem in Latin America, Africa, Asia and every where in the world is this: There are not enough WHITE people to go around.And, here’s my theory: The success of any nation is positively correlated to the number of Whites or, those non-Whites who in fact ACT like and in some ways are as smart as Whites. And, you know frankly, I am not interested in hearing about how smart Asians are. If they were so smart, why did they need American know-how to jumpstart their economies? Puhlease. Meanwhile, I’m still waiting to be enthralled by all the fabulous literature coming from China. And, the innovative music. And, of course, architecture. And dance. Oh, come on, certainly a new dog recipe?

    • Bossman

      You are mostly right about East Asians. If they are intelligent, it is of a one-dimensional kind. Latin America is very tropical; don’t know if that has any bearings on the ability to create great cultures. Latin America appears to have great potential but so far they have not made use of it.

  • WR_the_realist

    A Republican congressman actually talking sense. A rare, rare thing.