In an otherwise unremarkable blob of her usual anti-refugee nuttiness, Ann Corcoran writes:
I have no clue what is really happening in Rwanda, or DR Congo, or Uganda, or Somalia or Kenya for that matter, and neither do you!
Well, actually, those of us who work in international fields and get our news from sources other than World Net Daily, Glenn Beck, and Tom Tancredo email blasts do know what’s happening in various African countries. But mad props to Ann for admitting that the subject of her blog is one she couldn’t write a failing college paper about.
We don’t need to worry about which side is the right side, as I said in my title, let Africa take care of Africa. Let us take care of America.
And by “take care of America” she doesn’t mean provide healthcare or better education or alternatives to incarceration. No, she means stop refugee resettlement and all other forms of immigration, seal the borders, and commence mass deportations of immigrants already here. Because “care” in the language of right wing America means the opposite of its dictionary definition.