Monday, August 21, 2006

Creeper Madness!!!

Don Imus had Pat Buchanan on this morning to talk about his new book, State of Emergency (Drudge preview here) and Neal Boortz has read it and seems to think its pretty good. It seems like Buchanan pretty much just rips everyone on the immigration deal...and warns that it most likely signals the decline of American civilization along the lines of Rome, etc. This isn't normally the kind of thing I like to read, but I really do enjoy living in America the way it is now, and I sense that its decline will suck to live through, so I guess I feel compelled to read it. Unless Pat Buchanan is just a terrific marketer and there's really no threat at all...ah well, better safe than sorry I suppose.

Some grim stats:

Buchanan warns: “The children born in 2006 will witness in their lifetimes the death of the West." One in every twelve people breaking into America has a criminal record. By 2050, there will be 100 million Hispanics concentrated in the U.S. Southwest. Between 10 and 20 percent of all Mexicans, Central Americans and Caribbean people have already moved to the United States. Every month, the U.S. Border Patrol apprehends more illegal aliens breaking into our country, 150,000, than the number of troops we have in Iraq.

A breath of fresh air, huh? However, he doesn't just count up our misdeeds and prophetically speak of doom for America...he actually offers a solution. It's pretty rigid, and will take much testicular fortitude on the part of the American people (even more from us on the right who will have to compensate for the lack of two important ingriedients in that scenario from our "brothers" on the left) but it is mildly plausible. Ok, so it's never going to happen as we stand now, but maybe, if people take this seriously, we could start to work our way towards a solution in the future. Well, I admit, read the book if you want to get depressed, but unless Buchanan gets elected Prez, its never going to happen.

Oh well...

Permita el rollo bueno de tiempos!!


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