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I think he is a total disgrace to CNN (see 02/28/08 ID comment). His obvious racist barrage time and again on immigrants cannot and should not be tolerated.Shame on those that help him perpetuate hatred in our society.
George T. Ramani, Esq.
I am glad to see that Lou Dobbs is finally being revealed for what he is: a modern-era McCarthy disguised as a news reporter (see 02/28/08 ID comment). I hope that Immigration Daily and other responsible immigration groups do more to expose this kind of hatemonger. What Dobbs says does not only influence the debate on 'illegal' immigrants. His rhetoric has apparently found audience with the public and with Congress and is why, I think, the chances of getting a new H-1B this year is about as good as playing roulette in Vegas. This hurts the US economy.
Malcolm Goeschl, Esq.
San Francisco, CA
So let me get this straight (see 02/28/08 ID comment). The ADL is going to go after someone who pointed out the obvious and said it on the air which is that the ADL is apparently for illegal immigration which is against the law in case you did not know. So who exactly are the hateful racists here? You are choosing to enlist people to persecute a spokesperson for the majority of people in this country and because you don't like what he is saying you would like to silence him?
The ADL. Immigration Daily and the NCLR are advocating the dissolution of the Firstd Amendment of the Constitution of the United States with their attacks on what they define as "hate speech". Who exactly gets to define what is hateful exactly? Hmmm? Is it the person or group who does not like what is being said?
Isn't that also called fascism? Isn't that also espousing a dictatorship where those who do not agree with us should be silenced? What country exactly do you think you live in? You have no idea who you are messing with here. The people of this country are very ready for the second Boston Tea Party and you are pushing them ever closer with this kind of hateful campaign.
We stand behind Lou Dobbs and we are the majority in this country. It is a very slippery slope you are creating and you just better think about crossing that Rubicon and what that implies to you and yours as well regarding freedom of speech.
It would not be surprising if, as he is apparently accused of having done, Lou Dobbs is going anti-Semitic (see 02/28/08 ID comment). Whenever hatemongers appear, no matter whom they begin by attacking, it is only a matter of time before they get around to the all-time favorite. As some of my letters have mentioned before, it is amazing that there have been no boycotts to date of Lou Dobbs and his advertisers by the Latino communities, especially since CNN has a Spanish-speaking channel (on which, we can be sure, Luiz Dobbs will never be seen). Rob Sanchez's letter calls CEO Jack Welch "Neutron Jack" for allegedly vaporizing US jobs in favor of immigrants (see 02/28/08 ID). But what about "Neutron Lou", the scourge of Latino and Asian immigrants, and now, it seems, Jews as well? Or, for that matter, what about the tired old, stale anti-immigrant rant against "plutocrat" employers in Mr. Sanchez' "neutron letter"?
Roger Algase, Esq.
The AJC, LaRaza and other like groups, via their mandate to various networks, should provide a steady stream of clients to attorneys representing clients who sue for having their right to free speech suppressed (see 02/28/08 ID comment). Perhaps some of the attorneys specializing in immigration law should consider boning up on constitutional law.
K. M. Appell
ID's comment (02/28/08) states that Lou Dobbs' latest tirade against the Anti-Defamation League may be his death knell because he is now "taking on the Jewish community". Of course, the alleged influence of the "Jewish lobby" has always been one of the hoariest anti-Semitic canards of all time. If, indeed, Dobbs is now adding anti-semitism to his aresenal of hate, ID is right to oppose him. But it should not, through careless and inadvertent language such as the above, mistakenly give the impression that it is imitating him at the same time. An explanation and/or apology would be in order.
Editor's note: As our headline states "Dobbs Goes Beyond Immigrants". We would have said the same had Mr. Dobbs taken on the Evangelical community or the Black community or any significant community in America.
I'm Hispanic, I came to the US as a legal immigrant, I'm a proud naturalized US citizen and I deeply resent the ADL putting me on
the same level as illegal aliens, who are lawbreakers and who sneaked into this country against the will of the American people (see 02/28/08 ID comment). While the ADL began as a worthy organization in 1913, it has now degenerated as a shill for private interests that benefit from the new form of slavery brought by illegal immigration and thus, it also shills for lawlessness. Since when is it considered hate speech to speak up against lawlessness? The ADL seeks to silence free speech because it threatens its agenda that protects big business' profit from illegal immigration's taxpayer-lsubsidized cheap labor. The ADL is not only a joke, but an embarrassment to not only Jewish Americans but to all Americans.
Laguna Woods, CA
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