By John W. Lillpop
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich made huge waves recently by claiming that Palestinians are “invented people.”
As reported, in part, at the reference, Gingrich went on to say:
“The Palestinian claim to a right of return is based on a historically false story. I think sometimes it is helpful to have a president of the United States with the courage to tell the truth,” Gingrich said. “Just as it was when [Ronald] Reagan went around his entire national security apparatus to call the Soviet Union an evil empire.”
This is the same Gingrich who, during the November 22, GOP presidential debate, argued vehemently that America should grant amnesty (not what he calls it!) to millions of illegal aliens whom have been in here for 25 years.
How in the hell does that make any sense whatsoever?
Those whom have violated our borders and have deliberately eluded the rule of law for 25 years deserve special treatment, wrapped in forgiveness and compassion?
People who refuse to assimilate by learning the language and whose allegiance remains with Mexico?
Bassackwards thinking, says I!
After all, those who have been here the longest are the most guilty and should be the very first to be deported!
Lest one conclude that the objective is to break-up families or be inhumane to anyone, please remember that, by being here for 25 years, illegals have shown utter contempt and disregard for American sovereignty and values!
Rewarding said vermin in any way will only serve to attract millions more and will encourage those already here to wait out the “Gringos and their silly laws.”
Is Newt Gingrich’s vision for America millions of “invented citizens,” who do not speak the language, have no respect for American culture and the rule of law? And who cost taxpayers $100 billion a year?
That, Mr. Gingrich, sounds like a Contract ON America!
Gingrich would be well advised to accept Michael Savage’s million-dollar offer and drop out of the race for the White House.
Think of it this way, Newt: One Million dollars is damn near as much money as your took from Freddie Mac to sabotage the American Dream!
Besides, dropping out would be far more honorable and patriotic!