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We get more media attention on our ban than Ron Paul gets in a year.

The ubiquitous and web-savvy supporters of Ron Paul now have one less forum in which to vent their rage.

The influential conservative blog Redstate.com placed a ban last night on all Paul commentary from readers who are recent arrivals to the blog.

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Erick Erickson

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  • Mr. Thompson’s new proposal calls for changing the legal immigration system to reward those with needed skills and English-language proficiency. He said he would restrict family-based immigration petitions to spouses and minor children, which means immigrants could no longer sponsor their siblings, parents and adult children.

    HOO-RAAAA

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20071024/NATION/110240061/1001

    Fred says no family members allowed! No legalization period.

    That alone is enough for me to vote for Fred. Redstate should be pushing Thompson instead of bashing Ron Paul-Reaganite, small government, anti-national building conservatives.

  • The French version of immigration reform:

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071023/ap_on_re_eu/france_immigration

    Would something like what the French did ever pass the US Congress?

    The French at least have some semblance of national identity whereas PC correctness is a substitute for ours here in the Late Great U. S. of A.
    O wait…we have “the war in Iraq” to substitute and keep the right wingers happy. Elect Rudy, he’s liberal on every issue, but he’ll keep the Bush occupation rolling for another 4 years of hell.

    Redstate should START banning Gayliani and McAmnesty supporters and stop banning Ron Paul supporters.

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