Anderson outdoes himself in latest ad
Daniel G. Anderson has outdone himself in his June 2 “Some Interesting History” advertisement.
In one page he manages to complain about raising the minimum wage, expanding health care for seniors and the poor, and extending unemployment benefits. He also targets Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, immigration, and PBS and NPR, and laments the shift of power from political machines.
He also apparently longs for the 1924 immigration controls, which restricted immigration from Latin America, Africa and Asia in favor of Western Europeans (who probably looked more like him).
The public should note and remember these positions as Mr. Anderson implores the election of “conservatives.” The public should also note the authorship of Phyllis Schlafly.
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