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We have accepted today the existence in perpetuity of a permanent underclass of scores of millions who cannot cope and must be carried by society — fed, clothed, housed, tutored, medicated at taxpayer’s expense their entire lives. We have a dependent nation the size of Spain in our independent America. We have a new division in our country, those who pay a double or triple fare, and those who ride forever free
If [Christopher] Dawson is correct, the drive to de-Christianize America, to purge Christianity from the public square, public schools and public life, will prove culturally and socially suicidal for the nation.
How can Notre Dame credibly teach that all innocent life is sacred, and then honor a president committed to ensuring that a woman’s right to end the life of her innocent child remains sacrosanct?
Mexico is moving north. Ethnically, linguistically and culturally, the verdict of 1848 is being over-turned. Will this Mexican nation within a nation advance the goals of the Constitution — to “insure domestic tranquility” and ‘make us a more perfect union’? Or have we imperiled our union?
Originally posted by 2manyquestions
I may not agree with Pat's views, I may not agree with MSNBC's views,... but one thing is clear, and that is that MSNBC is a privately-owned business and they can fire or hire anyone they like. Was I thrilled when FOX decided to cut "Freedom Watch" with Napolitano? Nope, but .... he obviously expressed views that were contrary to FOX network beliefs and they have every right to fire or hire someone if they feel that person is not representing their views the way they'd like. If you were running a company and one of your employees kept expressing to customers that the products you sell are harmful to them (true or not), would you keep that employee around for long? Probably not. It would make zero business sense. If the network feels that Pat's views are harmful to their business model, they have the right to let him go even if we think it is wrong. These are not public/taxpayer-owned networks. If they were, things would be different. Maybe I'm wrong and I'm sure someone will correct me, but that's how I see it.
Fox News host Chris Wallace said today that recently-departed MSNBC contributor Pat Buchanan has said things "I'm not particularly fond of" and "has said some very incendiary things about Israel, about Jews, about blacks, about other minorities." Wallace also rebutted Buchanan's claim that he was "blacklisted," saying that management has a right to fire him and groups have a right to protest his comments if they're offended.
Originally posted by Drew99GT
Originally posted by Misoir
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
Allow in mass amounts of third world people and you will have a third world nation. I do not find anything wrong or controversial in stating the obvious.
That's the goal of globalization though! Pat thinks the coming 3rd world status of the United States is a result of liberal anti-racist immigration policies of liberal politicians. He may be partially right, but the main reason the powers that be want the United States to be brought in line with the rest of the world is an equalization of labor costs and a globe full of responsible development. ie, tyranny. UN Agenda 21. The Earth can't sustain 7 billion people that live like the average middle class American. Or so they say.edit on 17-2-2012 by Drew99GT because: (no reason given)