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  1. Since 2007 net emigration from Mexico of all kinds has been slightly negative.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anon

    That's pretty unbelievable, but if true, it must be because it's down from even higher numbers or specific to Mexicans.

    , @Charon
    @Anon

    "Citation Needed"

  2. There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Not Raul

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    Replies: @Ed, @Goddard, @Louis Renault, @Dream

    , @Louis Renault
    @Not Raul

    I thought only Americans could get elected to the senate. Foolish me.

    , @Altai
    @Not Raul

    Don't worry tomorrow you'll be moved out of your home and replaced with some Japanese people but don't worry, they'll really fix up the place so why complain?

    Replies: @Not Raul

    , @AnotherDad
    @Not Raul


    Cubans tend to do well in the US.
     
    Oh geez.

    Scratch any country in the world, and they'll be someone--even here on iSteve--doing the "I know an X and they are really fine people!" Or the even more pathetic "they vote republican".

    Well then, let's just let 'em all come. Then we'll be extra special great!

    True confession: I know lots of immigrants. My family has several. They are fine--well one not so much--some really great, people. WTFC. That's not the point.

    ~~

    Furthermore, it is apparent that a bunch of people here do not actually know what a "Cuban" is, what Cuban demographics look like. (Hint: While Cuba was traditionally much more diversified than the other Caribbean (plantation) islands, it nonetheless had plantations and slavery--especially surging after the Haitian revolution.) If you think "Cuban" means Desi Arnaz or Gloria Estefan or even Eva Mendes ... you are going to be disappointed.

    Who do you think is at the border to cash in on Biden's relocation+welfare for invaders?

    , @Lloyd1927
    @Not Raul

    With our laws based on the anti-Communist legacy, nearly the entire population of Cuba has the "right" to immigrate to the USA and be supported until they can support themselves.

    https://www.lluislaw.com/cuban-adjustment-act/

    https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-eligibility/green-card-for-a-cuban-native-or-citizen

    https://cliniclegal.org/resources/humanitarian-relief/seven-things-you-should-know-about-cuban-adjustment

    https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/the-cuban-adjustment-act

  3. Don’t Cubans mostly vote Republican? The Great Replacement Replacement?

    • Replies: @Hannah Katz
    @JimDandy

    The early waves of Cubans were mostly doctors, lawyers, businessmen and other professionals, so it should be no surprise they tend to vote Republican. However, starting with the Marielitos, Castro began emptying the prisons and sending us their misfits and rejects. Definitely Democrat voters.

  4. No way Jose

  5. You can see both ruling classes reflecting on the long local cold war, and each grinning, “this is how we’ll win.”

  6. @Anon
    Since 2007 net emigration from Mexico of all kinds has been slightly negative.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Charon

    That’s pretty unbelievable, but if true, it must be because it’s down from even higher numbers or specific to Mexicans.

  7. 113,735 Cubans have been taken into US custody along the border with Mexico so far this fiscal year which is about 1% of the island’s total population.

    Since their population is far more likely than Mexico’s to vote Republican, their undocumented entry is considered a crime.

  8. I support female immigrants

    • Replies: @Charon
    @AndrewR

    How many? I'm glad to see at least one immigration fanatic finally taking some into his own home, instead of just insisting that the rest of us should. Bravo.

    , @tyrone
    @AndrewR


    I support female immigrants
     
    ........YES!,cute Ukrainian and Russian girls ,you bet........any conflicts can be settled by jello wrestling.
  9. Anon[294] • Disclaimer says:

    Somewhat OT: I have heard that in the new Quinnipiac poll, Biden’s approval rating is even lower with Hispanics than it is with whites, and whites simply loathe Biden. I haven’t seen the poll for myself and can’t verify the numbers, but supposedly only 26% of Hispanics approve of him, and 60% disapprove. If so, that may mean the Democrats have finally lost the Hispanic vote. Inflation, crime, and making a mess of the global economy because of his quarrel with Russia appear to be doing Biden in with Hispanics.

    War sanctions are causing inflation south of the US border, and Hispanics in the US aren’t just suffering from inflation themselves, they’re hearing that their relatives back home are having an even tougher time. If you’re a poor person living in Mexico, 10% inflation may overwhelm you entirely. What’s more, if you’re a US Hispanic who’s been robbed and Soros DAs refuse to prosecute your attacker because he was black, you may as well have stayed in Mexico if you want that sort of lawlessness from obnoxious and corrupt officials.

    If both the US and Mexican economies tank, then Mexicans will have no place where they can climb up the ladder of success.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    @Anon

    If the GOP wasn't the Stupid Party (I know, theoretical), they'd have the potential to pull what the Democrats pulled with the Depression and have a stranglehold on the government for a generation. With Biden alienating everybody left and right, there's room for serious Overton Window shifts.

    Of course, there is the small matter of the perma-bureaucracy, which is as dedicated to its ideals as any old time deep state was once reflexively nationalist. But it is far easier to tackle that when you don't have to worry about dominating all the other sectors of the state for a while. Especially with this deeply disgusted public mood. Machiavelli once said there are two kinds of people: those you win power with, and those you use to run things after. Most people are by nature, the latter: they will go along with the zeitgeist if it is strong enough. Slice off the bloat, replace the incorrigible but necessary, "cook" those without a spine.

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  11. @Anon
    Since 2007 net emigration from Mexico of all kinds has been slightly negative.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Charon

    “Citation Needed”

  12. @AndrewR
    I support female immigrants

    Replies: @Charon, @tyrone

    How many? I’m glad to see at least one immigration fanatic finally taking some into his own home, instead of just insisting that the rest of us should. Bravo.

  13. OT — consequential if possessed of size — the Deep State invalidated — Charles Murray vindicated.
    Readers of Murray’s apologia for Madisonian libertarianism will recall that the “real” legislature is now the administrative courts of the unelected federal bureaucracy, especially in its totally unaccountable, tyrannical regulatory capacity. This came about after legislators tried to control FDR’s near-dictatorship with the Administrative Procedures Act, which passed after FDR’s death and tremendously limits what a president can do. The limping Trump administration with its constant mutiny is an illustration.
    Turns out Amy Coney Barrett doesn’t like administrative courts, and neither does California’s 5th Circuit Court.
    https://autos.yahoo.com/court-rules-sec-internal-judges-003130403.html

  14. @Not Raul
    There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Louis Renault, @Altai, @AnotherDad, @Lloyd1927

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    • Agree: Gordo
    • Replies: @Ed
    @Stan Adams

    Miami be for all extensive purposes, the capital of Latin America, but it’s one heck of a city. I really enjoy my time there and the skyline is one of the best in the country.

    That being said Biden admin is to blame for this as the Cubans now can fly visa free to Nicaragua. This is payback from Nicaragua’s leader for slights he says the US has committed against him.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/03/world/americas/cuban-migration-united-states.html

    , @Goddard
    @Stan Adams

    You’re not an Anglo, Stan. You’re an American.

    , @Louis Renault
    @Stan Adams

    "Immigration is our strength" is more than a soundbite.

    , @Dream
    @Stan Adams

    Are those clique-ish Cubans white?

    Replies: @Stan Adams

  15. Ed says:
    @Stan Adams
    @Not Raul

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    Replies: @Ed, @Goddard, @Louis Renault, @Dream

    Miami be for all extensive purposes, the capital of Latin America, but it’s one heck of a city. I really enjoy my time there and the skyline is one of the best in the country.

    That being said Biden admin is to blame for this as the Cubans now can fly visa free to Nicaragua. This is payback from Nicaragua’s leader for slights he says the US has committed against him.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/03/world/americas/cuban-migration-united-states.html

  16. The sad thing about this is that Cubans used to be the one Hispanic group that had a high assimilation index (as measured by the Manhattan Institute studies) and clustered with Filipinos, Vietnamese, and Koreans.

    However, while the assimilation indices for all other groups rose to varying degrees or declined very slightly in the last study on the subject by the Manhattan Institute, that for the Cubans has declined dramatically, which seems to indicate that the latest cohorts of migrants from Cuba are not as assimilative as the earlier cohorts.

    See figure 10: Changes in Assimilation since the Recession

    https://media4.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
    @Twinkie


    ...seems to indicate that the latest cohorts of migrants from Cuba are not as assimilative as the earlier cohorts.
     
    Maybe they're also not as "Spanish"?
  17. @Stan Adams
    @Not Raul

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    Replies: @Ed, @Goddard, @Louis Renault, @Dream

    You’re not an Anglo, Stan. You’re an American.

  18. @Not Raul
    There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Louis Renault, @Altai, @AnotherDad, @Lloyd1927

    I thought only Americans could get elected to the senate. Foolish me.

  19. @Stan Adams
    @Not Raul

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    Replies: @Ed, @Goddard, @Louis Renault, @Dream

    “Immigration is our strength” is more than a soundbite.

  20. @Not Raul
    There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Louis Renault, @Altai, @AnotherDad, @Lloyd1927

    Don’t worry tomorrow you’ll be moved out of your home and replaced with some Japanese people but don’t worry, they’ll really fix up the place so why complain?

    • Agree: AnotherDad, Dream
    • Replies: @Not Raul
    @Altai

    How exactly are Cubans replacing people?

    A lot of them live in mainly Anglo neighborhoods, marry Anglos, etc.

    They don’t force people to leave.

    Replies: @silviosilver

  21. @JimDandy
    Don't Cubans mostly vote Republican? The Great Replacement Replacement?

    Replies: @Hannah Katz

    The early waves of Cubans were mostly doctors, lawyers, businessmen and other professionals, so it should be no surprise they tend to vote Republican. However, starting with the Marielitos, Castro began emptying the prisons and sending us their misfits and rejects. Definitely Democrat voters.

    • Thanks: JimDandy
  22. @Twinkie
    The sad thing about this is that Cubans used to be the one Hispanic group that had a high assimilation index (as measured by the Manhattan Institute studies) and clustered with Filipinos, Vietnamese, and Koreans.

    https://siddiqueblogs.weebly.com/uploads/4/0/2/9/40298843/938237969.gif

    However, while the assimilation indices for all other groups rose to varying degrees or declined very slightly in the last study on the subject by the Manhattan Institute, that for the Cubans has declined dramatically, which seems to indicate that the latest cohorts of migrants from Cuba are not as assimilative as the earlier cohorts.

    See figure 10: Changes in Assimilation since the Recession

    https://media4.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    Replies: @Mr. Grey

    …seems to indicate that the latest cohorts of migrants from Cuba are not as assimilative as the earlier cohorts.

    Maybe they’re also not as “Spanish”?

    • Agree: europeasant
  23. @AndrewR
    I support female immigrants

    Replies: @Charon, @tyrone

    I support female immigrants

    ……..YES!,cute Ukrainian and Russian girls ,you bet……..any conflicts can be settled by jello wrestling.

  24. Someone needs to tell Biden’s puppetmasters that the Mariel boatlift got Carter (and Gov Clinton) defeated in 1980. Hillary ain’t gonna tell them.

  25. My impression is that the US elite, after a prolonged period of low population growth, wants to up the number dramatically. In the 2020-2021 fiscal year, US population growth was a mere 0.1% so these border crossings are passively tolerated or even actively encouraged.

    Get ready for plenty more Latinx immigration.

    • Replies: @dyauspitr
    @Thulean Friend

    theres no such thing as latinx. stop making words.

    , @dyauspitr
    @Thulean Friend

    there's no such thing as latinx. stop making word.

  26. I was waiting to see if there were any Cuban cigar smokers on this thread–apparently there are not.

    The Cuban economy is even worse than the usual bad state–and the evacuation of the island is real.

    What is unusual this time is that many tobacco farmers are among those fleeing the island–that has thrown the industry into chaos–what some have called “Cigarmageddon”.

    Cuba just announced wild price increases that are currently taking effect, while the cupboards are very bare for most retailers around the world are cranking up the prices even more than the wholesale increase.

    Smoke ’em if you got ’em….

    • Replies: @EdwardM
    @Justvisiting

    Here in Dubai, there are virtually no Cuban cigars. I've traveled a few times recently hoping to stock up at duty free, but no dice. Tragic.

    I have discovered some of the smaller brands that I didn't consider before. Quintero, not bad at all. Trinidad, not good. I found some Punch, probably the lowest of the iconic brands, and was happy to buy all that they had.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

  27. @Altai
    @Not Raul

    Don't worry tomorrow you'll be moved out of your home and replaced with some Japanese people but don't worry, they'll really fix up the place so why complain?

    Replies: @Not Raul

    How exactly are Cubans replacing people?

    A lot of them live in mainly Anglo neighborhoods, marry Anglos, etc.

    They don’t force people to leave.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    @Not Raul


    A lot of them live in mainly Anglo neighborhoods, marry Anglos, etc.
     
    Hence the word "replacement." If an Anglo family moved in when the old Anglo family moved out, it wouldn't be replacement. But when a non-Anglo family moves in, it's replacement. House by house, street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood, city by city, Anglos have been replaced. Carry that on long enough, and they will be replaced in the whole country. It's not rocket surgery.

    Marrying Anglos also has the effect of replacing them, since the children produced will not be Anglos, although if the racial input is "close enough," they will almost certainly "pass." But that just has the effect of accelerating the replacement process, since those children will feel like they have less worth preserving, and will be frightened off by notions of "purity," so they end up banging the drum for even more replacement.

    This is nothing new of course. The process has been taking place for well over a hundred years. There isn't the slightest chance of it being reversed or even meaningfully slowed down. But aren't Anglos people too? Haven't they been more generous than any other group in the history of the world? Would it really be so horrible if they were able to retain something of their identity, and something of their former country? If so, why?
  28. @Not Raul
    There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Louis Renault, @Altai, @AnotherDad, @Lloyd1927

    Cubans tend to do well in the US.

    Oh geez.

    Scratch any country in the world, and they’ll be someone–even here on iSteve–doing the “I know an X and they are really fine people!” Or the even more pathetic “they vote republican”.

    Well then, let’s just let ’em all come. Then we’ll be extra special great!

    True confession: I know lots of immigrants. My family has several. They are fine–well one not so much–some really great, people. WTFC. That’s not the point.

    ~~

    Furthermore, it is apparent that a bunch of people here do not actually know what a “Cuban” is, what Cuban demographics look like. (Hint: While Cuba was traditionally much more diversified than the other Caribbean (plantation) islands, it nonetheless had plantations and slavery–especially surging after the Haitian revolution.) If you think “Cuban” means Desi Arnaz or Gloria Estefan or even Eva Mendes … you are going to be disappointed.

    Who do you think is at the border to cash in on Biden’s relocation+welfare for invaders?

  29. @Justvisiting
    I was waiting to see if there were any Cuban cigar smokers on this thread--apparently there are not.

    The Cuban economy is even worse than the usual bad state--and the evacuation of the island is real.

    What is unusual this time is that many tobacco farmers are among those fleeing the island--that has thrown the industry into chaos--what some have called "Cigarmageddon".

    Cuba just announced wild price increases that are currently taking effect, while the cupboards are very bare for most retailers around the world are cranking up the prices even more than the wholesale increase.

    Smoke 'em if you got 'em....

    Replies: @EdwardM

    Here in Dubai, there are virtually no Cuban cigars. I’ve traveled a few times recently hoping to stock up at duty free, but no dice. Tragic.

    I have discovered some of the smaller brands that I didn’t consider before. Quintero, not bad at all. Trinidad, not good. I found some Punch, probably the lowest of the iconic brands, and was happy to buy all that they had.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @EdwardM

    I am one of those crazy hoarders and stocked up on a lifetime supply of Cuban cigars when they were plentiful and reasonably priced (pre Covid).

    I was concerned about many potential future issues--inflation, long supply lines, political instability, future regulation and taxes--there was so much that could go wrong....

    It looks like the first three were "hits" all at the same time.

    The old timers had stellar advice which really applies to any non-perishable goods:

    "Buy what you can when you can."

  30. Cuban wrestler defects
    https://www.nationnews.com/2022/05/05/cuban-wrestler-defects/

    FWIW I do not remember economic mismanagement and fuel price shocks in the US dissuading Puerto Ricans from coming the US, which is their right. I do not remember the crack epidemic being an impediment to moving to NYC.

  31. @EdwardM
    @Justvisiting

    Here in Dubai, there are virtually no Cuban cigars. I've traveled a few times recently hoping to stock up at duty free, but no dice. Tragic.

    I have discovered some of the smaller brands that I didn't consider before. Quintero, not bad at all. Trinidad, not good. I found some Punch, probably the lowest of the iconic brands, and was happy to buy all that they had.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    I am one of those crazy hoarders and stocked up on a lifetime supply of Cuban cigars when they were plentiful and reasonably priced (pre Covid).

    I was concerned about many potential future issues–inflation, long supply lines, political instability, future regulation and taxes–there was so much that could go wrong….

    It looks like the first three were “hits” all at the same time.

    The old timers had stellar advice which really applies to any non-perishable goods:

    “Buy what you can when you can.”

  32. @Anon
    Somewhat OT: I have heard that in the new Quinnipiac poll, Biden's approval rating is even lower with Hispanics than it is with whites, and whites simply loathe Biden. I haven't seen the poll for myself and can't verify the numbers, but supposedly only 26% of Hispanics approve of him, and 60% disapprove. If so, that may mean the Democrats have finally lost the Hispanic vote. Inflation, crime, and making a mess of the global economy because of his quarrel with Russia appear to be doing Biden in with Hispanics.

    War sanctions are causing inflation south of the US border, and Hispanics in the US aren't just suffering from inflation themselves, they're hearing that their relatives back home are having an even tougher time. If you're a poor person living in Mexico, 10% inflation may overwhelm you entirely. What's more, if you're a US Hispanic who's been robbed and Soros DAs refuse to prosecute your attacker because he was black, you may as well have stayed in Mexico if you want that sort of lawlessness from obnoxious and corrupt officials.

    If both the US and Mexican economies tank, then Mexicans will have no place where they can climb up the ladder of success.

    Replies: @nebulafox

    If the GOP wasn’t the Stupid Party (I know, theoretical), they’d have the potential to pull what the Democrats pulled with the Depression and have a stranglehold on the government for a generation. With Biden alienating everybody left and right, there’s room for serious Overton Window shifts.

    Of course, there is the small matter of the perma-bureaucracy, which is as dedicated to its ideals as any old time deep state was once reflexively nationalist. But it is far easier to tackle that when you don’t have to worry about dominating all the other sectors of the state for a while. Especially with this deeply disgusted public mood. Machiavelli once said there are two kinds of people: those you win power with, and those you use to run things after. Most people are by nature, the latter: they will go along with the zeitgeist if it is strong enough. Slice off the bloat, replace the incorrigible but necessary, “cook” those without a spine.

  33. @Not Raul
    @Altai

    How exactly are Cubans replacing people?

    A lot of them live in mainly Anglo neighborhoods, marry Anglos, etc.

    They don’t force people to leave.

    Replies: @silviosilver

    A lot of them live in mainly Anglo neighborhoods, marry Anglos, etc.

    Hence the word “replacement.” If an Anglo family moved in when the old Anglo family moved out, it wouldn’t be replacement. But when a non-Anglo family moves in, it’s replacement. House by house, street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood, city by city, Anglos have been replaced. Carry that on long enough, and they will be replaced in the whole country. It’s not rocket surgery.

    Marrying Anglos also has the effect of replacing them, since the children produced will not be Anglos, although if the racial input is “close enough,” they will almost certainly “pass.” But that just has the effect of accelerating the replacement process, since those children will feel like they have less worth preserving, and will be frightened off by notions of “purity,” so they end up banging the drum for even more replacement.

    This is nothing new of course. The process has been taking place for well over a hundred years. There isn’t the slightest chance of it being reversed or even meaningfully slowed down. But aren’t Anglos people too? Haven’t they been more generous than any other group in the history of the world? Would it really be so horrible if they were able to retain something of their identity, and something of their former country? If so, why?

  34. @Thulean Friend
    My impression is that the US elite, after a prolonged period of low population growth, wants to up the number dramatically. In the 2020-2021 fiscal year, US population growth was a mere 0.1% so these border crossings are passively tolerated or even actively encouraged.

    Get ready for plenty more Latinx immigration.

    Replies: @dyauspitr, @dyauspitr

    theres no such thing as latinx. stop making words.

  35. @Thulean Friend
    My impression is that the US elite, after a prolonged period of low population growth, wants to up the number dramatically. In the 2020-2021 fiscal year, US population growth was a mere 0.1% so these border crossings are passively tolerated or even actively encouraged.

    Get ready for plenty more Latinx immigration.

    Replies: @dyauspitr, @dyauspitr

    there’s no such thing as latinx. stop making word.

  36. @Stan Adams
    @Not Raul

    Having spent my entire life as an Anglo in Miami, I can tell you that Cubans have their good points and their bad points, but they are not my people. They can be quite cliquish and tribal.

    Sometimes people ask me why I don’t move to North Carolina. The answer is that my family was here before Fidel Castro was even born. I was born here and I intend to grow old here. I won’t submit to ethnic cleansing.

    Replies: @Ed, @Goddard, @Louis Renault, @Dream

    Are those clique-ish Cubans white?

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Dream

    White enough, I guess.

  37. @Dream
    @Stan Adams

    Are those clique-ish Cubans white?

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    White enough, I guess.

  38. @Not Raul
    There aren’t all that many Cubans, and the Cuban population has been in decline for more than a decade. Birth rates are well below replacement.

    Cubans tend to do well in the US. There are three in the Senate.

    I’d worry more about the exploding numbers of ultra-Orthodox welfare cheats.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Louis Renault, @Altai, @AnotherDad, @Lloyd1927

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