Bad news for Treason lobby: They're out there
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Amongst the most heartening realizations since began operation is the sheer number of talented volunteer patriot writers who exist, sadly far more than editorial capacity is able to handle with appropriate speed. All of course are ignored and frozen out by the MSM. The same thing can sometimes be observed in the letter columns of the smaller newspapers around the country, which are occasionally less intolerantly policed than the metropolitan venues.

A case in point is a letter in Sunday’s Aspen Daily News: Immigration Reckoning is coming. Written by John Chipchase, apparently a retired border patrol agent, originally to Senator Frist, it is an admirably succinct and comprehensive statement of the immigration reform case

1. Illegal aliens generally do NOT want U.S. citizenship…Their main attraction is employment and their loyalty usually remains at home. They want benefits earned and subsidized by middle class Americans. What illegal aliens want are benefits of American residence without paying the price.

2. There are no jobs that Americans won't do…Illegal aliens take low wage jobs, live dozens in a single residence home, share expenses and send money to their home country…

5. This is NOT an immigrant nation. There are 280 million native born Americans. While it is true that this nation was settled and founded by immigrants (legal immigrants), it is also true that there is not a nation on this planet that was not settled by immigrants at one time or another.

(Nice to see this argument, pioneered by VDARE’s Peter Brimelow, spreading)

Chipchase makes a total of eleven well-argued and efficiently presented points. Worth reading.

With men like this out there, the Treason Lobby is in trouble.

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