You read enough newspaper reports about immigration, and you start noticing certain patterns.
For instance, I've read several articles that have all or most of the following characteristics:
Having seen several articles like this, I get the feeling that it's more than just a coincidence. Unfortunately, we can't count on the non-liberal media to investigate these type of stories, since the media are the ones perpetrating them.
Maybe it's the AILA or a similar organization feeding these stories to the media, or maybe the reporters just read each others' advocacy pieces and - rather than thinking - decide to churn out something along the same lines.
Here's the latest example, from today's Duluth News Tribune:
As Maria watched her children play along the beaches of Moose Lake on Independence Day, she recounted how she nearly made the ultimate sacrifice for their freedom...
Now, compare that article to the one I discussed just a few days ago:
College shouldn't be difficult for Joaquin, who mastered Advanced Placement classes in a language he learned only four years ago and recently graduated 12th in his high school class...
I'll search my archives and the web for other articles that fit this template. Stay tuned for the Grand Unifying Theory of mass-illegal immigration advocacy.
Immigration_piipps · Mon, 07/05/2004 - 17:28 · Importance: 1