Despite an overwhelming lack of public support for their stand, moonbats continue to push the idea of pulling the 2011 MLB All-Star game out of Arizona to punish it for enforcing federal immigration law. A quote from White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen shines some light on why the illegal immigration crisis is going to tear the country apart unless the invasion is stopped immediately:
Given a chance to take part in the 2011 All-Star game at Arizona, Ozzie Guillen insists he won't go.
"I wouldn't do it," the Chicago White Sox manager said Friday. "As a Latin American, it's natural that I have to support our own."
Guillen has been an American citizen since 2006. But "our own" does not refer to his fellow Americans, who are under siege. Like many infected with the disease of multiculturalism, he is a Hispanic first, an American sometime afterward, when it's convenient. This attitude is not likely to result in social cohesion.
If Guillen sees himself as not American but Latino, why didn't he stay in Venezuela? Because it is a hellhole, run by a socialist dictator, as he has acknowledged.