Nation-State Is Finished"
by William F. Jasper -- The New American
Robert Bartley, a closet one-worlder at the WSJ, used his
newspaper's "conservative" clout to seduce American
business leaders into sacrificing U.S. sovereignty for trade.
The Bush amnesty
plan (which the president insists is not an amnesty) calls for
legalizing millions of illegal aliens, whom President Bush, in
deference to the canons of political correctness, calls "undocumented
workers." It also calls for increasing the flow of "temporary"
foreign workers into the country, as well as upping our annual
quotas for legal immigrants. All of which would prove disastrous
for our already overwhelmed immigration and border patrol agencies.
Bush's proposed immigration fiasco did not originate with President
Bush, however, or even with his "Amigo Numero Uno,"
Mexican President Vicente Fox, who endorses this new plan for
open borders. This suicidal migration scheme would be more appropriately
christened the Robert L. Bartley Open Borders Plan, and the Monterrey
Summit of the Americas might well have been dubbed the Robert
L. Bartley Memorial Summit, both in honor of the late Wall
Street Journal editor who championed the death of nationhood.