The very same people who will accuse patriotic Americans of being knuckle-dragging racists because we want to secure the borders can't stomach the idea of these people procreating once they do make it across:
In the fiscal crunch of 2011, the [Texas] Legislature cut the state’s family-planning budget by two-thirds, with some lawmakers claiming that they were defunding the “abortion industry.” Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, found that more than 50 family-planning clinics had closed statewide as a result.
Now, amid estimates that the cuts could lead to 24,000 additional 2014-15 births at a cost to taxpayers of $273 million, lawmakers are seeking a way to restore financing without ruffling feathers.
The dominant slanted media is quick to always paint nationalists of any stripe as bloodthirsty fanatics eager to ethnically cleanse those who are not like them. However, those who want to preserve the established ethnological makeup of this nation have a much more humanitarian response to the real-world pressures of costly brown babies. It is simply this:
If you want fewer expensive Latino minority babies in your country, have a strong homogenous culture by, for and about your traditional ethnic makeup. Control immigration, secure the borders and preserve your national identity.
Anything else leads to demographic anarchy, violent unrest and infanticide on a massive scale.
Meanwhile, in little articles such as this, the paragons of tolerance who want to usher in a brave new borderless world reveal, every now and again, the ugliness and sheer meanness of their agenda.
Look at that second picture!
In an article pushing contraception!
The implication is ominous and obvious: This newspaper can barely stand the fact that that thing is alive.
So, to sum up: Wanting to keep these people from coming to our country illegally makes you morally bankrupt. Wanting to prevent these people from reproducing once they arrive to manicure our lawns, pick our apples and clean our offices is the height of human tenderness. Got it.