Now what precisely is racist about wanting to restrict immigration? Secondly, I'm going to assume that your concern is that the motivation for immigration restriction is rooted in stopping the spread of multiculturalism and if so, I'm still not understanding how wishing to maintain the culture of one's parents is Exhibit A in a trial of racism. If this is your argument then it seems that the only way to refute the charge of racism is to renounce a desire to maintain a "white culture" and to embrace some hybrid cultural mishmash. Are Japanese racists for wanting to maintain a distinct Japanese culture?
As already noted, 1.) this is a red herring and 2.) Rush is not the Republican Party.The language (as pointed out by MildSteel) that Rush and his ilk use?
Again, not the policy of the Republican Party and a position held by a fringe movement of Republicans. Should the Democrats be judged by their fringe movement of supporters of Adult-Child sex?the refusal to accept Pres Obama's birth certificate?
Even UN election monitors are surprised that America allows people to vote without ID. This doesn't go on in any other Western nation. Secondly, shouldn't it be in the interests of Democrats to address the concerns of Republicans who think that Democrats steal elections via voter fraud? What is wrong with an honest election where every voter is verified?so called "voter id" laws that result in disenfranchising people of color?
Ask guys like me or ask other Republicans. If you go in thinking that racism is behind every policy, then you're probably not prepared to change your position when explanations are provided.I mean seriously, if they aren't appealing to racist whites, why are they doing all that?