Who's to say no to the invasion of America?
"I will serve all Americans" indeed.
Amitabh Pal, Managing Editor of The Progressive, has just explained to National Review's Jay Nordlinger why Indian immigrants, despite repeated neocon predictions and regardless of their prosperity, won't become Republicans: (1) they don't like Bush's foreign policy; (2) "the Republicans, in spite of protestations to the contrary, have been a party often representing white Christian interests…"
Of course, the GOP does represent white Christian interests because its base is white and Christian. (And so, as a matter of fact, is the historic American nation).
Immigrants from very different racial and cultural backgrounds naturally have more trouble assimilating to this base.
That is why encouraging such immigration is suicide for the GOP—and for the American nation.
"The US military is planning to deploy robots armed with machine-guns to wage war against insurgents in Iraq…. Officials say the robot warrior is fast, accurate and will track and attack the enemy with relatively little risk to the lives of US soldiers… the robot will rely on its human operator, remotely studying footage from its cameras, for the order to open fire."— US plans 'robot troops' for Iraq BBC News, Jan 23 2005
A couple of thoughts: