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.