A Florida Reader Contemplates Changing Sides—And His Name—“If We Pass Another Amnesty”
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Ann Coulter’s syndicated column Ignore The NEW YORK TIMES On Social Conservatism—They’ve Been Saying The Same Thing For 20 Years

From: Delmar Jackson (e-mail him)

Ann Coulter wrote

Let me begin by saying that I think the only issue in the 2014 election should be Obamacare. In fact, that should be the only issue in every election until it’s repealed.

I thought Ann was on record for making immigration the main focus?

I've got news for her and everyone else who thinks Obamacare is the main issue, which seems to be almost the entire universe of the conservative pundits. If we pass another amnesty, then I am FOR Obamacare. If we pass another amnesty, or elect another president who is an immigration weasel, then from now on I am for socialism and eating the rich. I am for making all my fellow idiot taxpaying worker bees  become walking slices of government cheese, because if we pass another amnesty, I am jumping ship and changing my name to Treyvon Singh Lee Silverman-Garcia.

 Maybe it will not be too late to get an Obama phone, file a Pigford settlement claim and join La Raza. I am going on eBay right now and get ready and buy me some Rachel Maddow reading glasses and learn to say “multiculturalism” and “Nation Of Immigrants” without giggling.

 Happy Tikkun Olam everybody.

James Fulford writes: Ann Coulter remains reliable on immigration—see her CPAC “debate” with Mickey Kaus , where she said ““Amnesty is forever and you got to vote for the Republicans one more time and just make it clear; but if you pass amnesty, that’s it, it’s over and then we organize the death squads for the people who wrecked America.”  [Quote and video courtesy our old friend Brian Tashman of  RightWingWatch.] But if the Republicans wanted to make immigration the main issue, they’d have to find some way of differentiating their position on it from the Democrats’, and that’s not going to happen anytime soon.

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