"People have to understand what we're talking about here. The president of the United States is an internationalist," said Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo. "He is going to do what he can to create a place where the idea of America is just that – it's an idea. It's not an actual place defined by borders. I mean this is where this guy is really going."Now, what does Michigan State have to do with all this? Three days ago, Congressman Tancredo gave a speech on immigration at that campus and all hell broke loose. In an exhibition of mature and adult-like behavior, protestors against Tancredo's presence on campus pulled a fire alarm not once, but twice during Tancredo's speech. Each time, the building had to be evacuated. Now that is one convincing point of view that the protestors have used here; they really brought me over to their side. This quote from one of the protestors didn't help either:
The State News quoted protester Randy McPhereson, who carried a sign saying, "Where's the wall to keep you out?"It happens again and again: leftists talk about how mean-spirited and evil we conservatives are, yet when is the last time you heard of a liberal/leftist speaker on a college campus being pelted with pies (David Horowitz, Ann Coulter), pelted with salad dressing (Pat Buchanan), or being shouted down (Mike Adams) by conservative protestors? Having seen that throwing food doesn't produce the desired effect, these moronic student protestors who are 20 going on 12 have started pulling fire alarms. In all the time they spend protesting, they must have not yet taken Logic 101. I did, and I learned that the person who begins yelling, calling names, and attacking his opponent is doing so because he has lost the argument.
"God works in mysterious ways," McPherson said about the second fire alarm. "(Tancredo) shouldn't be here." (Chanman's emphasis)
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