"Go back to Italy you *&^%&&^% WOP"!

Viewers respond to Reason Editor Nick Gillespie's recent O'Reilly Factor appearance

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P.S. I don't expect to see a response, nor a publication in your left-wing magazine's letter-to-the-editor section.


I just saw you debate on O'Reilly. If you don't like it here why don't you go back to Italy and take all your friends with you who don't want to speak english in AMERICA.



I just saw you on the O'Reilly factor.

I'm certain the Spanish don't want you representing them with your sarcasm and overbearing manner. You don't help the cause at all and in fact make the hate them. Your ego and your superior attitude cement negative feelings.

Do the spanish a favor and shut your mouth.

Subject: anthem

Dear Sir,

I realize that you say a lot of the things you say to be controversial - that's what is behind a magazine like yours - but do you really think that you represent the majority of American citizens when you defend the national anthem sung in Spanish? I have watched people like me go from - well, they are getting a lot of social advantages - medical care, school attendance, etc. - but it could be worse. And now it is worse! when they start demanding those privileges and changing our national anthem, they have lost any sympathy that I might have had for them. I am someone with a lot of relatives in Mexico City who feel the same way I do.


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