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WSJ and O’Reilly: Deportation Deniers

Video: WSJ editorial board gleefully slanders conservatives

“It’s all about culture. But they can’t say that.”

Memo to the WSJ editors, in case nobody has told you this yet:

I don’t want to live in a filthy violent Third World shithole with a banana republic government whose politics are dictated by mobs in the streets. We are being invaded and I expect my government to protect its territory and its citizens, not to side with the invaders.

I’m also having a problem understanding why we’re letting so many free-speech-hating jihad-prone Muslims in.

Is that cultural enough?

Friday night Bill O’Reilly said: “I agree with Tony Snow, the federal justice system could not possibly deport 12 million people.” “That’s insane, never gonna happen.”

For some reason neither Snow nor O’Reilly applied that same argument to the even larger bureaucracy that will be required to administer Z visas and background checks and fines and the rest of the Senate amnesty bill. That, apparently, is perfectly doable. Why?

Nobody asks. Nobody explains.

O’Reilly also asserted: “The California economy would implode.”

Implode? How could losing 5-10% of the least skilled, below-average educated, above-average unemployed, above-average criminal portion of our society cause the economy to implode? Even if they go gradually?

Nobody asks. Nobody explains.

What about the benefits of losing that 5-10%? Less crowding. Less crime. Less burden on our schools, hospitals, and other infrastructure. Less pollution. Less mobs in the streets.

Nobody asks. Nobody explains.

The problem is these big city know-it-alls aren’t troubled by shitholes. They live and work in the skies above the country’s biggest shithole, New York City. They made their peace with it long ago. They don’t care what their open borders idealism costs the rest of us.

The cost of replacing their servant class, on the other hand – their nannies, housekeepers, landscapers, valets, doormen, waiters, cooks – with more expensive and uppity natives…well, that’s just too barbaric to even consider. It is literally unthinkable.

It’s all about their servants. But they can’t say that.

Waking Up To Z Revolution

Here are samples of some more or less popular mainstream conservative pundits and their audiences, many of them loyal and long-time Bush supporters, who are just beginning to realize how completely our country has been betrayed. Their cognitive dissonance is palpable, though many have yet to accept the full extent to which their worldviews have been shaken.

Audio: Laura Ingraham unleashes on the amnesty bill

Linda Chavez: If you’re against open borders, you might be a Nazi

Paul Gigot & WSJ Editorial Board: The Right Is “Not Even Rational” Anymore On Amnesty Bill, Motivated By Anger, Hate, And Bigotry

Shut Up, Shrubya

What is Amnesty?

In that last link, after noting just how absurd the pro-amnesty open-border lies have become, Rich Lowery asks:

How stupid do these people think we are?

The answer is: very stupid. And I have to agree. What they know is that the good and righteous people of the law-and-order variety can be distracted indefinitely with the right mix of “you’re a raaaaaaacist” shaming and pseudo-intellectual theatrics.

Many of these pundits never cared much about immigration. They can’t see the effects, or have friends they don’t want to upset. They’re fond of saying they’re “pro-immigrant” and only oppose the illegal variety. They’re displeased at having to discuss the subject, and look forward to returning to the partisan snark they’re so much more comfortable with.

They have yet to fully absorb the implications of current events. POOF! It’s legal. Now what’s your argument racist? What part of usurpation don’t you understand?

Some legislators had also mentioned to us (oftentimes laughing) how they had “defanged” or “gutted” anti-immigration bills and measures, by neglecting to fund this program or tabling that provision, or deleting the other measure, etc. “Yes, we passed that law, but it can’t work because we also…” was a usual comment to assuage the Mexican delegations.

The Founding Fathers also prescribed a cure for usurpation. Hopefully the American people will not apply it so literally, for the sake of those legislators.

Consider me thoroughly radicalized.