The Point of No Return

Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Thomas Sowell, author of Dismantling America.  You’ve heard that this year’s midterm elections will prove unusually important.  But you’ve never heard it put quite like this. 

The 2010 elections are one of the most, if not the most, important elections we’ve ever held.  Because if Obama doesn’t get stopped in this fall’s election, I don’t know how he’ll ever be stopped.  For one thing, people talk about his falling poll numbers.  He’s still in the 40% range.  If he can somehow make millions of illegal immigrants legal voters before 2012, he can win a second term.  That would be the point of no return.  The November elections are like the battle of Poitiers or the seige of Vienna.  If those battles had gone a different way, the entire history of the world would have been different.  In the November elections, this country will be at stake.

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Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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