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From: Walter William Pierce (e-mail him)
Re: Joe Guzzardi's Column: Meet Rose—A Prospective Fiancée Visa Bride Currently Working In A Filipino Sex Club
Every time Guzzardi writes an article on fiancée visas, I'm compelled to reply.
Although the system is flawed, I see no other alternative to marriage via the K-1 visa because I cannot find a suitable American woman.
I am age 30 and have dated women for years. No matter how young they may be, they have kids from some other guy or guys. There is always an ex-boyfriend/fiancée/husband that they have broken up with and are still bitter over those previous relationships.
I also get tapped for "rebound-guy" duty more often than I would care to admit. I have two sisters that I think the world of, but the women I meet are nothing like my sisters.
Generally, I find American women:
Friends tell me that foreign-born women are much easier to deal with. If American women were not so confused, there would be no foreign brides.
Accordingly, I intend to marry a foreign bride. However, I will first see how receptive she is to living in her home country after we get married.
Most of the gold-diggers are looking for U.S citizenship as well as a meal ticket husband.
If my bride-to-be is willing to stay in her native land, then I will take that as a sign that she is not marrying me only for a green card.
Joe Guzzardi comments: I am taking the liberty of writing on behalf of the entire VDARE.COM Editorial Collective to state unequivocally that we do not agree with Pierce's views. We find American women, for the most part, charming and intelligent—especially the ones who agree with us on the "National Question". As for those who don't, we have very little to do with them.
But Athena Kerry demurs: Well, maybe Joe doesn't speak for the whole collective! American woman are spoiled by liberalism. Since I've graduated from college, this fact has become more and more apparent to me. I count myself lucky to have brought up in a rational, disciplined, Southern conservative household. Neither my only sister nor I have many female friends, and there's a reason for that. Women in America are brainwashed into thinking that they are entitled to do whatever they "feel" without consequences. Whether that is promiscuity, drunkenness, irresponsibility, thoughtlessness, arrogance or merely the delusion that men should provide endlessly while women need offer nothing, women are corrupted. I see it worst in the Baby Boom generation—I'm a Gen Yer—but just recently I saw it out of control at a 13th birthday party too. Good luck, Mr. Pierce.