Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Americana Uberalias!

The Wingnuts over at World Daily Net are at it again. I have posted several times on their obscenely stupid articles, and today, they put up another one.

This one by Vox Day, a novelist and (so called) Christian libertarian, is as bad as usual. He comments on the immigration speech given by Bush the other night and about the issue of deportation.

And [Bush] will be lying, again, just as he lied when he said: "Massive deportation of the people here is unrealistic – it's just not going to work."

Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take. If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn't possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don't speak English and are not integrated into American society.

So, now we are to have an American version of "Crystal Nacht," then round up all of the "undesirable" brown skinned people and pack them into cattle cars and ship them off to some far away "detention center" until we have enacted our immigration "final solution."


tommy said...

This is his style, he actually never explicitly says that he supports such deportation and he uses that as his response to anyone that criticizes what he says, claiming they failed reading comprehension because they are saying he said things he didn't say.

I noticed that WND seems to have pulled that particular reference. But Vox, and WND, aren't worth paying attention. They are simply playing a shell game with what they say, and it isn't worth the time wasted.

Dingo said...

If he didn't think it was a viable option, then he wouldn't be talking about it. Semantics will not get he out of truly horrible analogy.

tommy said...

Well I agree with you on this, but this is what he does, and I'm sure it's what he's going to continue to do.

If you drop by his site, it's dedicated to calling everyone stupid that is offended by what he said, because as he says, he didn't say it.

Same old same old for him.