The immigration expert and editor of VDARE, Peter Brimelow writes:
Obama and McCain are both appalling on immigration. But McCain is worse, because he might be able to get through an amnesty, whereas without bipartisan support, I donâ€™t think Obama will dare.
Coming from a prominent immigration activist like Brimelow, this should cause conservatives leaning towards McCain to reconsider.
Nevertheless, Steve guesses that an Obama first term will be cautious. He suggests that Obamaâ€™s true radicalism will not emerge until after his re-election in 2012.I disagree. I think the contradictions that Steve has identified in this book will turn any Obama Presidency into a four-year O.J. Simpson trial and that the consequent melt-down will compare to the Chernobyl of the Carter Presidency in its destructive partisan effects.
I canâ€™t wait.
But regardless of which of us is right, the fact is that Obama’s candidacy has achieved one thing at least: it provoked a Steve Sailer book.
So it canâ€™t be all bad.
Such a hope isn’t enough to motivate Brimelow to vote two party though.
Other news: Steve Sailer’s America’s Half-blood Prince is finally available from VDARE (for free download or physical book purchase) with a forward by the same Peter Brimelow.
About the book:
In the U.S., Barack Obama turns out to be a man of the left who seeks to use government to redistribute wealth to his own race, but who has sought white support because he has found he is perceived as not really “black enough” to be a black leaderâ€”greatly to his distress. The evidence for this is Obamaâ€™s own memoir, which is very honestly subtitled A Story of Race and Inheritance. Steve Sailer says: “This isnâ€™t a debate between Barack Obama and some guy named Steve. My book is, fundamentally, a debate between Barack Obama and his own autobiography. Iâ€™m just emceeing that debate.”