How Did We Get Here? Part Four: Melting Pot Becomes Pressure Cooker

Written by Marilyn Assenheim on May 2, 2013

And these are only a few of the issues confronting Americans today, forced upon them by the current regime.

Such measures spit in the faces of the millions that legally immigrated the U.S., sometime spending decades and thousands of dollars to become Americans.

Aliens not only insist that their culture is all that counts, they never learn our language. They’re never motivated to become citizens. The fear of deportation has become a fading threat. The regime imports foreign labor and increases American joblessness. Telephone messages instruct us to “press one for Spanish.” Supermarket service desks display signs in Spanish declaring they’ll be happy to wire money home. Such measures are designed to increase an underclass, a permanent, Democrat voting base

Assimilation is no longer the objective. American values are no longer stressed; not by our politicians, the mainstream media, the entertainment industry or our schools. Immigration has devolved from a coveted, fearless desire for independence to a criminal, political act. Politicians and PC stooges enable those that have no intention of making America their true home. Those hostile to America are given priority.

Revisions to immigration have not only changed the complexion and character of America but amnesties have shifted the focus from legal to illegal immigration.

America’s melting pot has become America’s pressure cooker.

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Marilyn Assenheim
Marilyn Assenheim was born and raised in New York City. She spent a career in healthcare management although she probably should have been a casting director. Or a cowboy. A serious devotee of history and politics, Marilyn currently lives in the NYC metropolitan area.