01 10 11 - 13:24From the usual witless chatterers:
For the first time in U.S. history, the largest single group of poor children in any racial or ethnic category is Hispanic, according to a new survey.
Calling it "a negative milestone" in Hispanics' explosive growth in the United States, the Pew Hispanic Center study said in 2010, 37.3% of poor children in the U.S. were Hispanic, compared with 30.5% white and 26.6% black.
Hispanics now make up 16.3% of the total American population -- but in the youth demographic, Hispanic kids comprise an even bigger share -- 23.1% of U.S. children are Latino, the study said. - The People's News Network
We just changed our national demographic here: we decided we no longer wanted a white majority and a European-style nation.
What did we want instead -- well, no one knows, but it seems to involve lots of ethnic food and being dramatic hipsters because there are no longer any rules.
It also involves putting our neo-Communist liberals into power and keeping them there, by committing genocide against white Americans and replacing them with rapidly-breeding third world citizens:
While Mr. Obamaâs approval ratings have slid across the board as unemployment remains high, what buoys Democrats are the changing demographics of formerly Republican states like Colorado, where Democrats won a close Senate race in 2010, as well as Virginia and North Carolina.
With growing cities and suburbs, they are populated by increasing numbers of educated and higher-income independents, young voters, Hispanics and African-Americans, many of them alienated by Republicansâ Tea Party agenda. - NYT
This is pity for you: it favors the impoverished, the miserable and the minority, but in doing so, it is war against the majority.
The result is dual milestones achieved. In the fantasy world of morality, we are now even more multicultural; in the gritty, more cause->effect oriented reality, we are now resembling a third world nation, and it's not helping anyone, not even those we imported.
But you can get your lawn cut cheap, if you don't count all the socialized costs.