Thursday, June 28, 2007

D'Souza's Law of Immigration

That TNR article about the National Review cruise is pretty good, but everyone's leaving out the comment by racist prude Dinesh D'Souza:
Several days later, the nautical counter-revolution has docked in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where passengers will clamber overboard into a nation they want to wall off behind a 1,000-mile fence. One expresses horror at my intention to find a local street kid to show me around, exclaiming, "Do you want to die?" D'Souza summarizes the prevailing sentiment by unveiling what he modestly calls "D'Souza's law of immigration": An immigrant's quality is "proportional to the distance traveled to get to the United States." In other words: Asians trump Latinos.
And Tasmanians trump Dinesh, who was born in Bombay. I'm not posting this for any reason other than I think it deserves wider dissemination. D'Souza and his putrefying crew have peaked and its fun to read an account of them jerking each other (and the dupes who actually paid good money to float along with them) off as they look over their shoulders to see which fellow racist thugs are gunning for them in the circular firing squad that is the current conservative "movement," like some Dockers-wearing, Amstel-light-drinking, Ray Romano-emulating version of "The Sopranos."

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