Nope -- BIH, Mr. Francis.
Francis re-fought immoral battles of 1964
One of the last columns written by former Washington Times columnist Sam Francis, before his death last week, decried the positive portrayal of sex between men and women of different races. A commercial for Monday Night Football was really "an act of political-cultural subversion."
Francis went on, "Breaking down the sexual barriers between the races is a major weapon of cultural destruction because it means the dissolution of the cultural boundaries that define breeding and the family, and ultimately, the transmission and survival of the culture itself."
"Breeding"? Those sentences define Francis as a man still fighting for causes in 2004 that were obviously immoral and rightly lost in 1964. Francis never understood that the idea of America crossed racial and ethnic boundaries and made "from many, one."...
I'm not too familiar with Francis' body of writing but here he appears to have caught a dose of multiculturalism, something, like the clap, that is best avoided. It's a little like anti-semitism, which has been subjected to a rather rigorous political-disease eradication effort among conservatives, though it seems to be raging like resistant VD among liberals.