In 1998 former President Bill Clinton (contender for the first hubby role) made a remarkable speech that was virtually ignored by the press.
President Clinton spoke in 1998 at Portland State University's Commencement. The speech was about immigration! This is the key quote:
"What do the changes mean? They can either strengthen and unite us, or they can weaken and divide us. We must decide… But mark my words, unless we handle this well, immigration of this sweep and scope could threaten the bonds of our union."
The text of the speech can be found on several sites linked below.
Now wouldn’t it be a nice thing for us to let Bill know that we haven’t forgotten him and we won’t let the press ignore his words any longer? Let’s all find room on our blogs to post this quote frequently!!!
I’m sure that Hillary will appreciate it too!
Quote vetted on these links: VDARE.com, Changing Face, Fair, Support U.S. Population Stabilization (SUSPS)
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