"America is not only for the whites, but it is for all. Who is the American? The American is you, me and that. When we go to America we will become Americans and there is no a race or nationalism called America and the Americans are those Africans, Indians, Chinese, and Europeans and whoever goes to America will become American...American is for all of us and the whole world had made and created America. All the people all over the world had made America and it shall accordingly be for all of us. I will never feel ashamed when I claim for my right in America and it will not be strange when I raise my voice in America."
I've personally read and heard the phrase ''America is for everybody'' from many immigrants who have just arrived on our shores. How is it that they already have this phrase down pat?
A search of the phrase turns up a number of immigrants and their White liberal dolt allies repeating the phrase.
As Sailer's blog entry shows, it seems that even our political leaders are in agreement with the likes of Gadhafi on this issue, and with the many millions of Third World immigrants who seem to arrive here with the mentality that they have an equal claim to this country along with the descendants of the original colonists. The immigrants may rhetorically invoke the ''Native Americans'' who are the 'real owners' of this country, but the entitlement mentality brought by many immigrants shows that they believe their own right to be here is no less legitimate than that of the supposed 'original inhabitants.'
And though we kick around this phrase ''the proposition nation'', it seems that many of the recent immigrants don't even pretend to agree with those 'American principles' that constitute the supposed American way. What the recent arrivals seem to believe is just that they can get rich, or at least acquire better stuff in America, and that their motives are economic in most cases. For many Mexicans, it is about settling old scores, and 'taking back' their territory.
America means mostly a more comfortable standard of living, plus many benefits and entitlements. It has little to do with 'freedom', 'liberty and justice' or anything high-flown. It has to do with getting a share of the 'American pie' while the getting is good.
'America is for everybody' is the proposition they believe in. 'America is for everybody' means ''what's yours is mine. Gimme.''