Tuesday, April 26


Frank Laughter of "Common Sense Junction" provides a heads-up in this post of his to an excellent post published yesterday by Bonnie Eggle at "The Immigration Blog."

In it, Bonnie links to and quotes from a compelling speech made by Richard D. Lamm, the former governor of Colorado, to an audience gathered in Washington D.C. for a conference on immigration and over-population, in which Dick Lamm presciently enumerated eight key ways to destroy America:

1) Turn America into a bilingual or multi-lingual and bicultural country;

2) Invent 'multiculturalism' and encourage immigrants to maintain their culture;

3) Celebrate diversity rather than unity;

4) Make our fastest growing demographic group the least educated, as well as unassimilated and antagonistic to our culture;

5) Get big foundations and business to give these efforts lots of money -- i.e., invest in ethnic identity and establish the cult of 'Victimology';

6) Include dual citizenship and promote divided loyalties;

7) Place all subjects off limits -- make it a taboo to talk about anything against the cult of 'diversity';

8) Censor Victor Davis Hanson's book, 'Mexiforma' -- his book is dangerous (as) it exposes the plan to destroy America.

These are all possible, of course, and highly probable outcomes, because our elected officials -- our so-called "public servants" -- permit open borders and do not have the political courage or the patriotic will to deal head-on with runaway, unchecked immigration. And they content themselves in bandying about euphemisms, rather than calling a problem for what it is. That's why people who are in this country illegally -- people who have knowingly broken the laws of our land -- are called "undocumented workers," rather than "illegal aliens" and in some instances "thugs."

I agree with Bill O'Reilly: if a calamitous terrorist attack occurs whose genesis is tied to terrorists and terrorists' weapons being smuggled across our porous borders, then the President of the United States, the chief executive constitutionally charged with enforcing the laws of the land and ensuring the safety of Americans, should be subject to impeachment. In addition, the incumbent Congressmen who failed to act on border security should be chased from office by America's voters.

Our interests are not being served. Vicente Fox was not who I voted for; but Vicente Fox is who I got in return for my votes in 2000 and 2004 cast for George W. Bush. There is no "Homeland Security" as long as we are being overrun by millions of illegals.