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Sunday, September 24, 2006

RE: Immigration or Migration?

By now you're all probably thinking, 'Okay, Strother. Put the Eco books down.' Not yet.

Please don't. There is probably no such thing as too much Umberto Eco.

On this note, is America more accurately experiencing migration - rather than immigration...

It might interest you to know that you and Dr. Eco now find yoruselves in complete agreement on this topic with Mark Steyn and Vox Day (and me, but I'm not trying to mix the company).

I don't think there is a political or law enforcement solution to the immigration issue. The solution lies in our leaders admitting that this is a migration, much like the Muslim incursions into Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Once they admit this, then the solution becomes obvious.


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