Monday, July 10, 2006

A Rather Poor Example to Follow

Steve Sailer is pretty good at explaining things, but in his comments regarding this New York Times column by Tony Horwitz, he leaves out the most important reason why the column should be ridiculed.

In the column, Horwitz writes:

America has always been a diverse and fast-changing land, home to overlapping cultures and languages. It's an homage to our history, not a betrayal of it, to welcome the latest arrivals, just as the Indians did those tardy and uninvited Pilgrims who arrived in Plymouth not so long ago.

Oh, yeah, and that worked out so well for the Indians, didn't it?

That is all.

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