GWB has pushed the issue to a clarity it never had before
John Hagan writes:
Yesterday, on our local radio show I spent close to 10 minutes haranguing Bush over the immigration issue. I expressed the fact that there was no longer any doubt, but that his actions would over time eliminate the United States as we have known it. The host of the show agrees with me. The other three conservatives in the room sat silent, and did not say a word. When I did something similar on this show several years ago there was almost a fist-fight.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 22, 2006 12:57 AM | Send
After the show, one of our associates announced that he would no longer be a party to this Bush bashing, and quit the show. The host of the show told him to go pound sand, that our nationís future was more important than GWB.
This issue separates the men from the boys. If you are presented with the fact that our political elites want to literally erase our nation, and our future, and you cannot rally yourself to take a stand, or even give an opinion, like Mark Helprin today, then you are less than worthless.
As an aside, I published a letter to the editor against this immigration bill in the Manchester Union Leader, the most conservative daily paper in the nation, and they attached an editorís note to my letter distancing themselves from me! Incredible times.