Virginia's Democratic governor Tim Kaine said the following yesterday:
"I don't believe immigration is one of the top issues in Virginia if you ask Virginians... It does matter to a number of people, but compared to jobs, education, health care, transportation, it's pretty far down."
Does he actually mean this? Because, if he does he's probably not bright enough to run that state.
Massive illegal immigration has an impact on a wide number of other issues, including "jobs, education, health care, transportation," and many others.
The extreme example is that provided by California. One of Tim Kaine's jobs would seem to be making sure that his state doesn't end up in the same sad condition as this state.
If he can't figure out the devastating impact of massive illegal immigration, then perhaps he should be recalled.
Immigration · Wed, 02/01/2006 - 10:11 · Importance: 14