If Ann Coulter Channelled Allan Wall* ...

She might have written this column.

Oh, wait. Ann did write it!

Here's an excerpt: "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."

Ann, despite those garish 'real housewives of Beverly Hills' outfits she insists on wearing at fifty years old, is no airhead.

Related: An unholy trinity - food stamps, the USDA, and the government of Mexico.

*Mr. Wall's tour de force piece.


Kenneth said...

When the Queen Neocon starts talking like that you know the times they are a changin' or there is an election around the corner.

I don't expect Ms. Coulter will change to a more demure look. Her "real houswives" look is money in the bank.

TCC said...

Truth, Kenneth.

Anonymous said...

The United States has made so many mistakes over the last seventy years including immigration policies. These policies will not be corrected because 90% of the Democrats and Republicans do not care about America or the American people. Everyone needs to remember who really controls America and it is not the American people. As I have mentioned before "America has a government of the politicians, by the lobbyists, and for the special interest groups. Lincoln got it all wrong.

TCC said...

I agree, Anon., and it is a depressing situation.