A Tennessee Reader Says Illegal Success Stories Make Her Nervous; etc.
Doris Giroux (e-mail
Re: Joe Guzzardi's Column:
Monkey Theorem: How Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa Made
It Into The
New York Times Discovered
watched a recent
network television series about the
Hospital in which Dr. Quiñones appeared.
repeatedly talked about
being an illegal alien and he made the case for
other illegals to come to the U.S.
Another well known illegal alien success story is
Cesar Millan who appears on the National Geographic
Channel as the "Dog Whisperer."
a big Millan fan, but I fear for our country with all
the illegal aliens pouring in even if a few good ones
are included. Their number is so small compared to the
millions of illegals that it hardly counts.
predicts that by 2040, we'll be overwhelmed by
immigrants from Third World countries.
Americans have had enough. We may need
march on Washington to save our great nation.
I'm ready to
gathered names for a petition to get
Tennessee ballot. In addition to opposing illegal
immigration, she is also against neo- liberal economics
Since last week,
when my column about Dr. Alfredo
Quiñones-Hinojosa appeared, I've gathered some
additional information about his curious case that will
be the subject of an upcoming essay.
An Oregon Reader Calls Affirmative Action Perverse
From: Terry Baker (e-mail him)
Re: James Fulford's Blog: Was Barack Obama An Affirmative Action Case In Law School? A Libertarian VP Candidate Will Bet A Million Dollars He Was
I'll take that bet as well.
Based on how poor her Princeton University senior thesis was, we could safely assume she was an affirmative action beneficiary.
I didn't qualify for Princeton either since I was just a white guy with an average high school GPA. But, I didn't go around whining that life is unfair because I couldn't get into an Ivy League
Instead I went on to get a degree in criminology. I soon received an award from a local agency in recognition for outstanding work I did for them as an intern.
But when I applied to that same organization in the early 1990's to hopefully begin a career in law enforcement, the recruiter said I am "too male and too white"
to be hired. The next county said the exact same thing.
So, reading the writing on the wall, I went into an unrelated private industry and did fabulously well—much better than I ever would have as a police officer.
So in a perverse way, affirmative action
worked out for me after all.
And curiously, it also allows us to speculate that neither of the Obamas—Barack or Michelle—could have succeeded without it.
Who can prove us wrong?
The real victims of affirmative action run amok are those for whom it was originally intended—blacks. Some who have prospered on their own still may be the target of nagging doubts about how they got to where they are.
But many may have lost out in the battle for preferences to other minorities, mainly Asians
Baker's previous letter about the recent Mississippi raids and the arrest of hundreds of illegal aliens is
A Florida Republican And World War II Veteran Says No Way On Sarah Palin
From: George Warm (e-mail
Re: Pat Buchanan's Column:
Distant Drums Mar Palin's Party
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will not change my mind
about rejecting Republican
Senator John McCain's bid for president.
McCain's Palin pick is like
Streisand wooing supporters of the
Second Amendment to her concerts because the
American patriot and rock 'n roller
Nugent will play guitar for her that night.
It would not make a difference if
Nugent plays for her or not.
Gun owners would be duped out of their money because
of Streisand's empty promises.
2611 amnesty bill McCain vigorously endorsed with
shows us of his true colors and commitment to open
borders cheap alien labor,
I have been burned too many times
by RINOs like McCain and that is why I will not vote
for him, with or without Palin.
In 2000 I voted for George W. Bush
so shame on him for deceiving me.
shame on me in 2004 when I helped re-elect Bush
again. I ignored his anti- American policies and fell
for his support the phony war
Now that it is 2008 I'll vote with a
clear conscience not for the lesser of two evils but for
someone who is not evil at all, Chuck Baldwin.
Warm, a U.
S. Army combat medic in World War II, is the father of
two. He is a truck driver. His previous letters,
including one about
Mexican truck drivers,
An Illinois Engineer Says The Mainstream Media Doesn't Understand That Americans Have The "Best Minds"
From: Bob Johnson (e-mail
Rocky Mountain News has no clue.
Its editorial, "Importing the Best
Minds," completely ignores the brilliant minds of
native Americans who have been displaced by less
qualified foreign-born workers.[
Importing the Best Minds, Editorial, Rocky
Mountain News, August 10, 2008]
The editorial's claim that: "It's
absurd, in fact, to think
American companies are actively ignoring better
qualified native applicants" insults those of us who
have lost our jobs to cheaper imported labor.
I recommend that the Rocky
editorial board, and the boards of all the other
major daily newspapers, watch "How Not To Hire An
American" produced by the Programmers Guild and seen
on You Tube
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His previous letters to VDARE.COM about Joe Biden and
the H-1B visa and football coaches with H-1B visas are