Skip to comments.Ann Coulter: A Green Card in Every Pot
Posted on 05/30/2007 3:34:26 PM PDT by rellimpank
Americans -- at least really stupid Americans like George Bush -- believe the natural state of the world is to have individual self-determination, human rights, the rule of law and a robust democratic economy. On this view, most of the existing world and almost all of world history is a freakish aberration.
In fact, the natural state of the world is Darfur. The freakish aberration is America and the rest of the Anglo-Saxon world.
The British Empire once spread the culture of prosperity around the globe -- Judeo-Christian values, tolerance, equality, private property and the rule of law. All recipients of the British Empire's largesse benefited, but the empire's most successful colony was the United States.
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That’s a neat graphic, Jake.
It's been hijacked.
From an interview Carl Rove gave recently its clear the Whitehouse is living in an alternate universe. He thinks the only problem the Rebubs. have is the war and that’s only temporary.
I beg to differ. There is a very easy solution and if it is applied, which it won't be, we would be rid of many of the illegals by their own migration back accross the border.
Jail the employers who hire them, end the benefits they can recieve from welfare, ER services etc, without a valid ID card. Keep a database of their fingerprints(That is already done)when they are actually deported and enforce the law against returning for a specific length of time. In other words, enforce the existing laws and they will self deport.
People who say there is no easy solution just have their heads right up their a**es and are buying into the lies of the politicians, both dems and republicans.
The hard part is for our politicians to find the guts to implement the laws we already have on the books.
This is one of Ann’s best ever. And that takes some doing.
What the Senate is engaging in is a form of racism. They seem to be implying with this handout legislation that illegals don't have the ability to achieve on their own and so we must give it to them instead then call it compassion. It really is a superior, elitist attitude they're projecting.
oops rebubs = repubs
I think you mean "really bipartisan Americans like George Bush," Ann.
That is, stupid and evil.
I think the "doing the jobs Americans won't do" line is needlessly petulant. The fact is that there is a job surplus in the United States, and lucky for us most of that surplus is at the bottom of the wage scale. It would be worse if it were otherwise.
It's not so much that we need cheap labor. It is that we need to get the work done and there aren't enough people to do it. A larger and better regulated guest worker program will tend to *raise* those wages, since legal workers have more bargaining power than illegals. Illegals are the 'servant class' that has no power to bargain.
Understand-- I'm not saying this current bill does anything of the kind. I frankly have no idea. But that's what we need to do.
Excellent read, Ann. Dhimmis import votes and keep them in permanent bondage to the state. Republicans import a servant class (so do Dhimmis). The elites are happy. The country goes down the drain.
The TRUTH is that illegals will do job Americans won't FOR THE MEASLY WAGES PAID ILLEGALS
It's false, but nobody is saying that it is because Americans are lazy. It is that we have more jobs than people available to fill them. There's also nothing particularly wrong with that. Also, it's healthier from an economic standpoint that those unfilled jobs are toward the bottom of the wage scale. Millions of unfilled jobs at the *top* of the wage scale would be a far more serious problem.
This group is as out of touch as the royal elites of the 18th century were.
Let 'em have it Annie!
Do you remember when this president promised 10 BILLION to Africa for aids prevention? He must really be into pissing our money away.
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