What’s wrong with America?!


When Mayor Bloomberg of New York became aware that the recent Arizona immigration law had been passed, he expressed forcefully, definitively and without much hesitation (maybe even with disdain toward Arizonans), that its passage was wrong because by doing that the United States was committing “national suicide” – the mayor indicated in several pronouncements and interviews that what was needed was more, not fewer, immigrants,  and seemed to indicate that the citizens of Arizona were at best, un-American and at worse, intolerable and racist because in America “we love immigrants”… 

Evidentlyhe favors an Open Border policy

 When Faisal Shahzad planted the car bomb in New York (but before it was not yet known he was responsible for it), Mayor Bloomberg quickly speculated and concluded that the person who had done it was probably a homegrown terrorist who did not like the Health care bill that had been passed by the Congress and the President

It is quite difficult not to conclude that the mayor was showing prejudice against certain citizens of America…

Contessa Brewer, a relatively minor anchor at MSNBC (but one who seems  representative of certain members of the news media), when it was divulged that the car bomber in New York was a Pakistani, lamented in various ways that she would have preferred he be of some other nationality or religion. (!?)… 

Ms Brewer too might have wanted the bomber to be a homegrown terrorist, to fit her preconceived notions, like it seems Mayor Bloomberg preferred…

There are some people in prominent public positions in this country, as well as significant numbers of those in the news reporting field, who seem to have a  profound and haughty ( and erroneous) belief that any problems confronting The United States of America are, in general, solely or mainly the fault of average Americans, or of America, specifically…  Even the president continually has apologized and bowed to various people around the world, apparently believing there is something wrong with America — so, by carrying on like that, relations will be improved with certain people of various countries and religions, he seems to think…

Hopefully, Mr.  Shahzad’s actions will continue to help enlighten many that America and Americans are not the problem…

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2 Responses

  1. Any time the Straw Purchase Felon opens his mouth one needs to become very observant…

    As for Ms. Brewer? Her credibility tanked a long time ago.

  2. There is too much government in our lives.
    We are a society that lives from cradle to grave with government intervention on an hourly basis.
    No society can survive that kind of minute inquiry, particularly a society that considers itself a believer in freedom.

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