From: Alex In Arkansas [Email him]
Around election time, I remember several VDARE.com writers suggesting that Romney could increase his chances considerably if he'd come out strong against amnesty and in support of border control. He never did, and he likely lost the election because of this. So why didn't he?
More importantly, why hasn't VDARE..com focused more on following the GOP money, to try and determine why high-level GOP pols are avoiding this tactic like the plague?
James Fulford writes: In fact, we're doing a lot of specific coverage of this issue, although there are llimits to what can be known. Donations are public, but negotiations with donors are secret, so we don't know who's promising what.
See Patrick Cleburne's work below:
But really, none of this is an actual secret, it's just being ignored by the Main Stream Media. A report from the Sunlight Foundation showed that pro-Amnesty forces had spent $1.5 BILLION dollars over the last four years. That's a lot of money available for someone.
As far as we know, all GOP Senators get donations from cheap-labor profiteeering industries, and many openly support employers who break the law, and say, openly, that they're passing laws to help employers with their "labor shortage."
This part is not a secret—it's an open conspiracy against the American worker, and instead of looking for a smoking gun of some kind, all we have to do is continue to point out what's in plain sight.