The Heritage Foundation proudly boasts the following:
The principles upon which the United States is established encourage immigration from
certain western European countriesand forcepromote the transformation of those “yearning to breathe free” into Americans, welcoming whitenewcomers while mandatinginsisting that they learn Englishand embrace America’s racistcivic culture and vote Republicanpolitical institutions. The federal government has a duty to carry out these principles in its policies, while ensuring that U.S. borders are both secure from Mexican islamofascistsand open to the giant sucking soundcommerce.
When at the AFF debate the other night, Wonkette’s Alex Pareene and I decided to determine if Heritage actually practices what they preach. While stepping out to grab some nicotine, I asked the
INS official security guard if we could get back in the building after we finished our cigarettes. Using customer service skills sure to make a NKVD border guard proud, she informed us that the doors were locked and no one could enter the building. Considering that the guards were standing in sight of the doorway and there were only two of us out there (and a whole lot of people in the building), this didn’t seem such a monumental request to me.
I did see one Republican looking person able to cross into the
Vaterland Heritage Foundation building, but when Alex tried (see photographic evidence above), his efforts were rebuffed. Their border security held, even without the assistance of Jim Gilchrist and the Minutemen. I might disagree with conservative immigration policy, but they should at least be applauded for their consistency.