Peter Brimelow's TAC Conservative Vote Symposium Contribution
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For those like myself who are limping along on limited battery-powered internet access courtesy Hurricane Sandy, I have pulled up the link to Peter Brimelow's contribution in The American Conservative‘s The Conservative Vote: A Symposium previously reported by Steve Sailer.

I happen to think that the most important single issue facing the U.S. is its post-1965 immigration disaster, both legal and illegal. The bipartisan Permanent Government is literally electing a new people.  Within 30 years, the U.S. will be majority non-white and will cease to exist as we’ve known it.

So in 2008, I wrote in Chuck Baldwin — of the Constitution Party, which advocates an immigration moratorium — amazing local polling officials, who didn’t realize it could be done. It’s thrilling — you get to get see your vote! Baldwin got 64 votes here in the Connecticut Berkshires, 311 statewide.

Alas, in 2012 the Constitution Party’s Virgil Goode did not qualify as a write-in. So I will vote for the Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson, who is useless on immigration but okay on foreign policy.

Only if the GOP is utterly discredited can we get back to the full-scale Patriotic Third Party that Pat Buchanan presaged in 2000.

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