Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Ugly racism?

From David Frum's CNN piece:
Many Americans carry in their minds a family memory of upward mobility, from great-grandpa stepping off the boat at Ellis Island to a present generation of professionals and technology workers. This story no longer holds true for the largest single U.S. immigrant group, Mexican-Americans. 
Stephen Trejo and Jeffrey Groger studied the intergenerational progress of Mexican-American immigrants in their scholarly work, "Falling Behind or Moving Up?"

They discovered that third-generation Mexican-Americans were no more likely to finish high school than second-generation Mexican-Americans. Fourth-generation Mexican-Americans did no better than third.

If these results continue to hold, the low skills of yesterday's illegal immigrant will negatively shape the U.S. work force into the 22nd century.
Long story short: illegal Mexicans are in the process of damaging the U.S. economy for the next 100 years plus.

Aren't those the words of an ugly racist, or at least an unpatriotic conservative?


  1. Isn't it antisemitic to call a Jew racist?

  2. Isn't it racist to even notice the stagnancy of the progeny of Mexican immigrants?

  3. Anonymous6:46 PM

    Aw, c'mon, a mainstream voice talks sense for once and you have to come up with digs based on something he did 7 years ago?

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