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March 14, 2007

Open Letter to Immigrants

Vasko Kohlmeyer makes many excellent points on American Thinker today. Here's one:

Being an immigrant myself let me say something that needs to be said, but which Americans - the genial hosts that they are - are reluctant to do: If you do not like it here, you should seriously think about going back to where you came from. Ultimately such a move may prove to be the best thing for you, because living in a country you dislike is probably more damaging to you than you realize. For one thing, in the long run this kind of festering dissatisfaction tends to embitter the heart, a condition which should always be a matter for concern.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:48 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Commentary

That's a great article, Pam -- thanks for highlighting it.

Posted by: Kyle at March 14, 2007 11:56 AM

I've been doing a lot of genealogic research in the past couple weeks, tracing my family roots back into the 1500s (so far). It's been especially thrilling seeing when the various branches of my family arrived here in America... because I've been able to find all the documentation they filled out in order to come here. And, surprise surprise, they all learned to speak English BEFORE their arrival in the USA!

Too bad all the illegals we have here now don't demonstrate the same desire to become real Americans.

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