Anchors Away


I’ve heard that when your opponent is self-destructing, the best thing to do is get out of the way. Unless you’re a Republican, in which case, you’ll probably want to begin a movement to repeal the 14th amendment. The most likely outcome of that effort according to Linda Chavez is no Hispanic Republicans. She makes her case in a WSJ column. You may need a subscription, but I was able to access the whole thing here. Atlantic Wire has a brief summary here. And Chavez explains in this JWR column.

One Response to Anchors Away

  1. Richard says:

    There are so many things – just plain wrong – about his comic…

    The 14th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified 142 years ago in 1868 to finally give citizenship to slaves freed by the civil war. It had nothing to do with illegal immigration.

    I do not see how you can equate the current move to repeal it, to stopping the practice of using “anchor babies” to allow illegal aliens illicit citizenship in the U.S.!

    Maybe the republicans are the only party that have the guts to stand up for what is right, even if it costs them political capitol. I really don’t know these days since both parties seem to be so alike.

    Yes they may lose the “Latino” vote but isn’t doing the right thing worth it?

    Secondly you equate the fight for life of the unborn to the “Choice” to break the law, sneak into our country, use up our resources (funded by tax dollars), bring excessive crime, and drive without auto insurance!

    Pure drivel!

    “Choice” is such a wonderful word, why not apply it to school vouchers and give the “choice” to live to the baby human in the womb? I know “Every woman has the choice to do with her body as she pleases.” But what if the baby in the womb is a girl? Doesn’t SHE have a “Choice”?

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