The Immigrant is coming, how do we plan?


I have a challenge for the Republican Party concerning the immigrants. I hope to make this viral. I will need the help of churches, volunteers, and those Republicans who are willing to take America down a positive road.

Most likely at this point, the legalized immigrants will trickle to the welfare programs set up by Democrats. What I’d like to see done is train them in hygiene, English, and other moral issues.

Get them on the road to prosperity. Make them confident so they enroll in our community colleges and go for the high tech jobs so badly needed.

This will wake up those on welfare and encourage them to better themselves. Why is this different from what already exist? Because the new immigrants are hungry for what America offers. They will need basic healthcare when they arrive so we need to offer them immunization and other common sense hygiene practices. We need to feed them with the voice of real America.

We teach them a skill so they can feel good about themselves. Most people really don’t feel good about themselves while on welfare but they are in a rut. When they see the immigrants realizing a dream….then they too will get motivated. Prosperity is infectious.

We have to change the way Republicans deal with underachievers and the poor. We have to be proactive. The Republican way will be to actively involve the immigrant or anyone else who wants to get with the program. Build centers across America that welcome Immigrants to participate in the road to victory and not a road to dependence. We want to say…you can do this and not…the Government will help you.

The Democrat way is to give give give from the Government’s pocket. The Republican way is by volunteers in giving of time and out of their pockets. Let’s stop depending on the Government to solve these issues.

The bible says the poor will always be among us. It also says to leave a little in the fields so the poor can gather for themselves. It does not say they should be cared for by the government.

My challenge is to get this idea accepted and then implemented. How do we do this…by first sharing this post…and then by laying out the plan. Are you with me? Can we take over the immigrant situation? If we don’t, you are throwing away a vote for the Republicans. They will fall in to the Democrat trap of keeping them dependent on the government and thus putting them in a vicious cycle of self depravation.

It’s going to be a dangerous thing to let the immigrants fall to the impoverished because that just turns to a life of drugs and violence. Idle hands are the devil’s work.

The time to prepare is now before they get devoured by the government. We need to challenge our churches to stand up and lead. We need to challenge the American way and lead. We need to be proactive and not lay ignorant as this way of life takes over. Make the immigrant part of the solution.

Look for more by Anna Looper in the coming weeks. We will start forming an alliance for a solution.

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