"I don't like white supremacists, and eugenics (which was also advocated by Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger) is just as reprehensible. Quite frankly, if they were involved in starting up these groups, then I want no part of those groups."
I believe it is patently unfair to imply that Anti-ILLEGAL Immigration folks want anything to do with white supremacists, either, my FRiend. We simply need to get our borders under control, and to make it unprofitable to break the immigration laws of this Country. It can be accomplished, if only we demonstrate the Will to do it.
posted on 03/15/2004 1:05:33 PM PST
by Mudboy Slim
(RE-IMPEACH Osama bil Clinton!!)
To: Mudboy Slim
I support the President's plan to resolve this issue. It's the best shot, I think, particularly given that we didn't have this problem until 1965, when we terminated the guest worker program we had in place.
Additionally, the stuff about Dr. Tanton in this article raises too many questions about the groups that Tancredo has associated himself with to make me comfortable with supporting their agenda. The money from the Pioneer Fund, given their agenda, speaks volumes.
These are two of the "heavyweights" opposing the President's plan. There may be an issue as to whether or not his plan "rewards" lawbreakers - I'll admit to that. Look at who folks at FAIR, VDARE, and CIS are making common cause with: radical environmentalists and zero-population growth types.
Those who oppose the President's plan tro deal with this issue and who do not support such things as white supremacy and eugenics need to speak out pretty firmly about this. But that does not seem to be happening. What else can I conclude but that at a minimum, people who appear with these folks don't see a problem with those links?
posted on 03/15/2004 1:20:18 PM PST
(Why did the Nazgul bother running from Arwen's flash flood? They only managed to die tired.)
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