Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Eric Cantor lost because of immigration, simple as that

Yes, Cantor lost big. He lost big because he's an immigration traitor. The American people do not want amnesty. Despite talking-head nonsense, Hispanic American voters don't want amnesty, either. Nobody wants amnesty except the two-headed Leviathan that is the Democratic and Republican parties. Oh, and a few naive libertarians and latté-guzzling hipsters. Big-shot employers want ultra-cheap labor, you see, and the bureaucrats want more clients for welfare in all its forms, and Democrats, of course, want new voters. Lots of them.

Cantor's loss was all about amnesty. For crying out loud, he outspent his opponent overwhelmingly, he's an incumbent, and... Well, Ann Coulter explains it much better than I could ever hope to. This is from

Ann Coulter: Cantor Loses by 11 Million Voters

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

June 11, 2014

Economics professor Dave Brat crushed House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Republican primary Tuesday night, in a campaign that was mostly about Cantor's supporting amnesty for 11 million illegal aliens.

This marks the first time a U.S. House majority leader has ever lost a primary election.

His crushing defeat reinforces a central point: Whenever the voters know an election is about immigration, they will always vote against more immigration -- especially amnesty.

Cantor spent more than $5 million on his campaign. Brat spent less than $150,000. But Brat made the election about Cantor's support for amnesty, so he won.

The pro-amnesty crowd -- i.e., everyone except the American people -- promptly lost its collective mind. The amnesty shills went on the attack, insisting that Cantor's historic defeat had nothing to do amnesty. Brat's triumph was touted as simply a victory for the "tea party."

Of course, these are the same people who also try to persuade us that amnesty isn't "amnesty," illegal aliens aren't "illegal aliens" (they're "undocumented workers"!), and that there are 30 million jobs Americans won't do at any price.

In fact, however, the tea party had nothing to do with Brat's victory. Only the small, local tea party groups stand for anything anymore, but they're as different from the media-recognized "tea party" as lay Catholics are from the Catholic bishops.

National tea party groups did not contribute dime one to Brat. Not Freedom Works, not Club for Growth, not the Tea Party Express, not Tea Party Patriots. They were too busy denouncing Sen. Mitch McConnell -- who has consistently voted against amnesty.

As I have been warning you, the big, national tea party groups are mostly shysters and con-men raising money for their own self-aggrandizement. (Today, they're blast-faxing "media availability" notices to television networks claiming credit for Brat's victory.)
(Read the rest HERE.)
Quibcag: Mouri Ran (毛利 蘭) of Detective Conan, AKA Meitantei Conan (名探偵コナン). initiates deportation procedures, Israeli-style.

1 comment:

  1. Having gotten here first by obtaining a green card and then my citizenship, my family, even some of them being good Democrats, hate amnesty because we see it as: "We went through the hoops for xx number of years and yet these people can jump the fence and become citizens?!"