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Mimicking a controversial remark by candidate Barack Obama at a 2008 campaign rally, a Texas congressman surveying the current border crisis, which he blames on White House policies, quipped, “Americans should learn Spanish.”
Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas, in an interview at the border at McAllen, Texas, was referring to Obama’s admonition at a rally July 8, 2008, in Powder Springs, Georgia, which began in the context of his objection to requiring English to be the official language in the United States.
“Instead of worrying about whether immigrants can learn English, you need to make sure your child can speak Spanish,” Obama said at the time.
Stockman is concerned Obama’s open-border policies, which have enticed a flood of unaccompanied illegal alien children to come to the border, are intended to push the United States toward a tipping point demographically.
In a “chain migration,” thousands more parents, siblings and other relatives from Central America will come to the U.S. to join the unaccompanied children now entering the country.
“It’s a bizarre concept when you think about it,” Stockman told WND. “But what Obama is saying is that you have foreign guests in your house, and instead of them learning your language, you are expected to learn theirs.”