Monday, May 15, 2006

Good Godwin!

What was that I said about, "If it looks like a nazi..."? Here (hat tip to AMERICAblog) we have the apotheosis of Godwin's law: a commentator who doesn't wait for the eventual descent into nazi references but instead cuts to the chase and invokes them himself! WorldNutDaily really knows how to pick 'em. [Comments in brackets and emphasis mine.]

WorldNetDaily: Against a fence

Dear Jorge [note the use of the Spanish equivalent of 'George' as an insult] plans to address the nation tonight, a speech wherein he will almost surely attempt to deceive citizens into believing that he does not wish the mass migration from Mexico to continue unabated. He will likely offer some negligible resources for law enforcement and border security – resources which will never materialize – in return for an amnesty program that will grant American citizenship to the Mexican nationals who have helped lower America's wage rates by 16 percent over the last 32 years [funny, I thought the GOP's refusal to raise the minimum wage had something to do with it].

And he will be lying, again, just as he lied when he said: "Massive deportation of the people here [uhh, douchebag--note the use of the word 'here', as in, 'here in America'] is unrealistic – it's just not going to work."

Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take. If it took the Germans [NAZI Germans, dumbass, led by a crazed dictator--not an open, democratic society like we still pretend to be. In spite of Bushco's anti-democracy leanings, such mass police action would--thank God--be politically impossible, to say the least] less than four years to rid [RID? Freudian slip or in-your-face anti-semitism?] themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn't possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don't speak English and are not integrated into American society [as defined by quasi-skinhead psychos like the guy who wrote this tripe].
The article's byline (links removed--I ain't looking to give this hairball any more hits) reads as follows:

Vox Day is a novelist and Christian libertarian. He is a member of the SFWA, Mensa and the Southern Baptist church, and has been down with Madden since 1992. Visit his Web log, Vox Popoli, for daily commentary and responses to reader email.

WTF? Christian??? Such a claim is tantamount to blasphemy coming from anyone who writes screeds for WND. And SFWA, wazzat? South Florida Windsurfing Association? Southern White Fucktard-Dyslexic Association? (Yes, I know it's really Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, as this article clearly falls into the "fantasy, delusional" department.)

Technorati Tags: , , ,