Mark Steyn, Michelle Malkin, Invasion, immigration
Mark Steyn's column today references Michelle Malkin's book, Invasion, in which she recounts one of the disastrous consequences of U.S.' lax immigration policy:
In Michelle Malkin's book Invasion, she recounts the tale of two fellows who in August 2001 pulled into a 7-Eleven parking lot in Falls Church, Va., in search of fake ID from the illegal-alien assistance network that hangs around there. Luis Martinez-Flores, who'd been living here illegally since 1994, took them along to the local DMV, supplied them with a fake address and falsely certified they lived there. The very next day, the two guys returned with two pals of their own, and used their own brand-new state ID on which the ink was not yet dry to obtain in turn brand-new state ID for their buddies. A couple of weeks later, all four of them used their Virginia ID to board American Airlines Flight 77 at Dulles Airport and plowed it into the Pentagon.
We had better stop reciting platitudes and start thinking about our own survival.
previous citation to Steyn's April 9, 2006 column.