Re: Ann Coulter's latest column: Democrats' Ideal Voter: Illegal Alien, Single Mother, Convicted Felon, July 18, 2012
From: An Anonymous Maryland Reader [Email him]
Wow, have you read Coulter's new column? She comes as close to espousing the opinions shared by the writers and readers of VDARE.com as any MSM writer ever has! Worth mentioning!
James Fulford writes: I've always been a fan of Ann Coulter, and not just because of the miniskirts. The main thing to remember is that she's not an MSM writer. She's independent, including being independent of Conservatism, Inc.
Other conservative writers are always saying she's gone too far, and if you Google "Ann Coulter has gone too far" you get a lot of hits.
National Review gave a bad review to High Crimes and Misdemeanors in 1998, and she writes, she's "been attacked steadily by some conservatives, generally known as "my competitors," ever since..." That's what happens to us, too.
Will Coulter's latest column lead to another Derbyshire-type purge? Probably, except she refuses to be purged. (She can't be fired from National Review, they already fired her in 2001!) Anyhow, here's the part of Coulter's column that's likely to cause consternation among weak-livered pseudo-cons:
Teddy Kennedy's 1965 Immigration Act was expressly designed to change the ethnic composition of America to make it more like Nigeria, considered more susceptible to liberal demagogues.
Since 1965, instead of taking immigrants that replicate the country's existing ethnic mix, we've been admitting mostly immigrants from the Third World. At the same time, people from the countries that sent immigrants to this country for its first several centuries have been barred.
Eighty-five percent of immigrants now come from "developing countries." (How are they ever going to develop if their people are all on the dole over here?)
The "browning of America" is not a natural process. It's been artificially imposed by Democrats who are confident of their abilities to turn Third World immigrants into government patrons.
It's worked. According to the Center for Immigration Studies, 57 percent of all immigrant households in the U.S. get cash, Medicaid, housing or food benefits from the government — compared with 39 percent of native households. The highest rates are for immigrants from the Dominican Republic (82 percent), Mexico and Guatemala (tied at 75 percent).
Isn't the idea to get immigrants with special skills? If you can't even get a job, by definition, you do not have a special skill. Other than voting Democrat.
There's a strange asymmetry in how this matter can be discussed. Liberals and ethnic activists boast about how America would be better if it were more Latino, but no one else is allowed to say, "We like the ethnic mix as it is."
That would be racist. By now no one even tries to disagree.[Links added by VDARE.com]