Thursday, July 05, 2007

The Forgotten "A" Word:

by Michelle Malkin - July 5th, 2007 -

The fact is: We are not a "nation of immigrants." This is both a factual error and a warm-and-fuzzy non sequitur. Eighty-five percent of the residents currently in the United States were born here. Sure, we are almost all descendants of immigrants. But we are not a "nation of immigrants."

An excellent short history of our founders concerns about assimilation being the most important aspect of immigration. The new multi-culturalist attitude that any culture is better than America and that immigrants should hang on to their own culture and language, is a prescription for the destruction of our nation.

Since that is so obvious, it is disingenious of the multi-culturalists to claim othewrise. However they do. They reject anything that argues their true attitude is anti-Americanism. However . . . it is.


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