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A Letter on Illegal Immigration

Posted by Thunder Pig on January 8, 2007

I’ve often blogged here, and linked to other blogs or news items demonstrating the seriousness of the problems of illegal immigration and the apparent lack of conservatism by the President and the leaders of the Republican Party.

The following letter was posted in forum I am a member of, and this guy is responding to an RNC fund raising letter:

Mr. Ken Mehlman
RNC Chairman
Republican National Committee
310 First Street, SE Washington, DC 200003

Dear Ken,

I hope that whoever opens these letters will pass this one on to you.
Obviously, my previous letters have been ignored or lost in the mail.

I’ve been a generous donor to the RNC ever since President Bush was
first elected. My donations increased after 9/11, and increased again
when the Democrats chose John Heinz-Kerry in 2004. I do not regret
those donations but I’m extremely disappointed that my vote has been
taken for granted by President Bush and the national RNC.
The party has clearly gotten away from its conservative principles and
that was fully demonstrated on November 7th when conservatives stayed
home, or turned to Democrats who ran on a conservative platform. Most
disappointing to folks like myself was our party’s total disregard
border security and the consequences of illegal aliens. Grassroots
conservatives, like myself, lobbied hard, and continually presented
evidence, showing how destructive our open borders had become. Instead,
we were ignored, and received a smoke-and-mirrors border-security
speech from President Bush, along with his demands for a guest worker
(amnesty) program for illegals. That was – and still is –


The history of the world is paved with the kind of segregated societies
illegal immigration is rapidly turning us into. Our crime rates and
disease rates are way up. Mexican military units are escorting drug
gangs across our border. Our hospitals and schools are going bankrupt.
Our un- and under-employed citizens are being passed over for illegal
aliens who are indeed stealing their jobs for Third World wages (often,
under the table).

Until the RNC stands up to the horrors of illegal immigration and
demands President Bush and the remaining Congressional Republicans
listen to their constituents, then I’m afraid you’ll receive no further donations
from me.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

James Andrew Dunn


It is my personal belief that if the President, and the Republican Leadership do not wake up, change course, and return to practicing the principles of conservatism, come 2008, they will still be in the minority, and a Democrat will sit in the White House. Don’t say you weren’t warned.

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