Skip to comments.Kathleen Parker Falsely Claims Alexander Hamilton was an Illegal Immigrant
Posted on 11/19/2010 1:12:45 PM PST by Pyro7480
On Thursday's Parker-Spitzer, CNN's Kathleen Parker bizarrely and inaccurately claimed that Alexander Hamilton came to the United States illegally and drafted the Constitution: "Let's remember...a lot of Americans did come through the back door such as Alexander Hamilton. He got off the boat from the West Indies, and all he did was write the Constitution and become the first Secretary of the Treasury."
Parker raised this false history during a discussion of Pedro Ramirez, Fresno State University's student body president, who was outed as an illegal immigrant by a student newspaper. After playing clips from Ramirez and his opponent during the student election, who is also the president of the Fresno State College Republicans, the CNN host displayed sympathy for the college student: "This is kind of a classic though, isn't it, really? I mean, you've the college Republican versus the illegal immigrant, and it's kind of a classic clash, you know, that corresponds to this immigration debate we're having in this country. And clearly, when you put a human face on the illegal immigrant, it's a different story. I mean, nobody wants to punish this young 22-year-old."
...Actually, Hamilton came to New York City from the British West Indies in 1774 to study at King College, which was renamed Columbia University after the American War for Independence. Of course, New York was still a British colony at this point, so the young Hamilton didn't "come through the back door."
More importantly, Hamilton didn't write the Constitution- that credit generally goes to James Madison....
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Last night Spitzer claimed the GM bail out was a huge success.
Kathleen is as insane as Obama. That takes some doing. Maybe she eats nothing but crack-cakes or something.
Parker Spitzer have caused CNN’s ratings to plunge by another 25% in the time slot.
PARKER SPITZER = FAIL
Parker Schpritzer: a degenarate and a whore.
What is this......”CNN?”
Hamilton believed in a strong central government and admired France’s and, particularly, Great Britain’s national governments, as well as their prime minister/parliament system (sans monarchy). He was a Federalist while Jefferson was a Republican.
* your choice of vowel
Well, he did propose that the President serve for life, which could be seen as monarchical.
Listening to a lefty talk of our founding and Constitution is almost as irritating as listening to Hussein talk about baseball. Both are fingernails on an old style chalkboard.
Hey, where was that guy VP Cheney shot in the face from. Maybe that was just a warning. "Quit makin that whooo ooOOH HO0Oooo sound I like to sound shoot"
Lordy, where did you get that?
He was Washington's chief aide through most of the Revolution, not exactly the action of an ardent Royalist.
If, as I suspect, she is now a 1/4-wit, then she would need 100% more brain power to qualify as a 1/2-wit.
I don’t think so. I think he was a Federalist
Hamilton was an elitist, agent of European banks and the founding father of the Fed Reserve.
Hamilton’s elitist views and real purpose for wanting Central Banking came to light, when he wrote:
“All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are rich and well-born, the other the mass of the people. The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or determine right.”
“If she had 50% more brain power, shed be a half-wit.”
I know a few half-wits who you have insulted with your remarks. Perhaps quarter-wits would be more accurate.
Exactly what were the immigration laws in 1774?
I heared that! Just read it recently.
Well, she got one thing right: Hamilton, like Obama, had no emotional attachment to any of the original colonies. His version of the Constitution would have divided the country into senatorial districts that ignored state boundaries. He married into the ruling class of New York, which then became his political base.
An accusation he denied until that day in Weehawken.
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