KENNEDY COMPARES AZ IMMIGRATION LAW TO “SLAVE TRADE” & “TRAIL OF TEARS”

Well, I guess it was only a matter of time before this jackass started braying about the Arizona immigration statute. Predictably, there is no mention of the pressure “undocumented citizensâ€? put on our health care system or how much they cost us in Medicaid and other social service expenditures. Why do Iget the feeling he’s another critic who hasn’t read the actual bill?

Comments 4

  1. Marc Brown wrote:

    I think you should get your daddy’s white hood out of the closet David – you know you want to.

    Posted 24 May 2010 at 4:49 pm
  2. Catron wrote:

    Sorry to disappoint you, Marc, but my parents were from above the Mason-Dixon Line. Also, if you’ll take the time to do your homework, you will discover that the KKK was the paramilitary arm of the Democrat party. The relationship was very much analogous to the IRA/Sinn Fein connection.

    As to Kennedy, it is historical illiteracy (apparently a defining characteristic of the contemporary “progressive�) that underlies his comment about the “Trail of Tears.� That gruesome project was carried out by Andrew Jackson, whom Democrats venerate as a founder of the Democratic Party.

    Meanwhile, Martin Luther King was a Republican.

    Posted 24 May 2010 at 7:37 pm
  3. Marc Brown wrote:

    No one’s disputing the awful Dixiecrats. But are you saying they are still active in the Democratic party? And are you seriously saying that MLK didn’t vote for Kennedy and Johnson, and instead supported Goldwater, and that had he lived he would be standing side by side with Rand, Palin, Tancredo etc?

    Posted 25 May 2010 at 7:31 am
  4. Catron wrote:

    I’m merely suggesting your view of the two parties is based on Orwellian propaganda that doesn’t stand up under the weight of critical thinking. And I’m certainly not going to speculate on which of our current politicians MLK would or would not support.

    I will, however, suggest that his documented views on liberty would probably be easier to reconcile with those of serious people like Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams than with those of contemporary “progressives,� or the grifters who now run Washington.

    Posted 25 May 2010 at 12:02 pm

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