While I don’t suffer from the guilt for being a white American as Foley seems to, and not that I have any hope that it will change his view, a little injection of fact that may help other readers understand him and the rest of the Open Borders left is in order. Foley’s use of the term “anti-immigration” is an indicator of the endless effort to redefine the language to suit the leftist agenda. He rails against the ideals of the majority of Americans who demand that we actually enforce our immigration laws by labeling those of us who stand up for secure borders and enforcement as “anti-immigration.”
This is straight out of the La Raza handbook on “how to” marginalize anyone who gets in their way. Illegal aliens are not immigrants and honoring our immigration system by enforcing immigration laws is not “anti-immigration.” And Foley isn’t fooling anyone but other liberals.
At our house, where my wife is a proud immigrant — which by definition means she is here legally — we honor real immigrants. We know the USA takes in more than one million legal immigrants each year. More than any nation in the world. It is knee-jerk liberals like Foley who are truly the “antis.” He is anti-enforcement if it will keep Comrade Obama in power. We also know that pandering to the un-American loons in the open borders lobby may buy some votes, but it is ruining our country.
We look forward to when Foley rails against Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for being “anti-automobile.”
A short education on the Mayor of San Antonio Julian Castro mentioned by Foley will help other readers as well. Along with his twin, Joaquin, who is currently running for Congress, the Castro boys learned their politics on their mother’s knee. Their mother helped found a radical, anti-white, socialist Chicano party called La Raza Unida (literally “The Race United”) a separatist group unsuccessfully camouflaged as a “civil rights” effort which sought to create a separate country in the American Southwest.
Castro’s mother helps manage her sons’ political careers. Far from denouncing her radical politics, he sees them as his inspiration. While not as radical as Obama, Castro sounds just like someone Foley will soon support for higher office.
John Litland Marietta