By Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter is again, extra fearless than ever. In Adios, the United States she touches the 3rd rail in American politics, attacking the immigration factor head-on and flying within the face of l. a. Raza, the Democrats, a media made up our minds to hide up immigrants' crimes, church buildings that receives a commission via the govt. for his or her "charity," and grasping Republican businessmen and crusade consultants—all of whom are profiting handsomely from mass immigration that's tearing the rustic aside. utilizing her trademark biting humor to the catastrophe that's U.S. immigration coverage, Coulter proves that immigration is an important factor dealing with the USA this day.
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This is a price the elites are happy to pay. Of course, they aren’t the ones paying it. The Third World invasion being aggressively hidden by the media will never make it to Park Avenue or Nob Hill. The price is being paid exclusively by ordinary Americans. indd 28 4/17/15 11:18 AM Teddy: Why Not the Third World? 29 children, plants, and animals. None have fared so well in any other culture. ”40 Once America is gone, there won’t be anyplace left to go. indd 30 4/17/15 11:18 AM 3 AMERICA TO THE MEDIA: WHATEVER YOU WANT, JUST DON’T CALL US RACISTS W ITH IMMIGRATION, THE MOST POWERFUL FORCES IN OUR CULTURE ARE ALL on the same page—the Democrats, the rich, Washington lobbyists, Republican consultants, and money-grubbing churches.
Go back the same way they came. We didn’t “round them up” to get them here, and we don’t have to “round them up” to get them home. ” There’s no border security, ever. And there’s no “earned” path, either. It’s no-strings-attached legalization now and vague promises of border security later. Poll: What ice cream flavor do you prefer: Delicious chocolate or three-day-old raw squid? Headline: CHOCOLATE AMERICA’S FAVORITE ICE CREAM FLAVOR! ” Then the bill was unveiled and it said: Step One: Everyone who came here illegally is legal.
That’s if you don’t count the forty-eight of fifty-six who were born in America. The other eight—like the rest of them—were either British or Dutch. Fifty-five were Protestant. Only one was Catholic. com said Mrs. ”3 That’s if you don’t count the 85 percent of the Declaration’s signers who were born into a fully formed and established America, with its own history, customs, culture, and values. The American colonies had been around for about 150 years at that point. Not only the signers of the Declaration, but the first seventeen presidents, were all born in one of the original thirteen colonies.