World Net Daily columnist Vox Day is not only a member of MENSA and Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. He's also a libertarian and a Christian—and he's got the tonsure to prove it. In his most recent column, Vox Day (shouldn't that be "Vox Dei"?) shows that he is above the cowards' morality of those who say mass deportations will never work:
Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take. If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn't possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don't speak English and are not integrated into American society.
Faster than you can misspell Weiße Rose, the weak-willed untermenschen, signs of a nation's decay, have come out of their dank holes to attack Vox Day for daring to speak the truth. Vox Day defends himself by noting that his critics are stupid, that to deny the National Socialists their achievement is to deny the Holocaust itself, and that anyway he's not actually in favor of that stuff. But even as Vox Day battles his detractors, those creatures of darkness are already at their work of destruction, eating up the nation's vital strength.
I say what's the point of being a Christian Libertarian, let alone a certifiable genius, if you're not willing to think outside the box? (Or vox?) But Vox Day of all people should realize that this question like so many others was answered in the "Zeon Pigs!" episode of Star Trek: Sure, everybody wants to be a little bit Nazi, without all the anti-Semitism and stuff. But it just never works out that way.
Thanks to tersely named commenter Johnny for the heads-up.
Update: Even more tersely named commenter SR actually brought this column to our attention before Johnny. But SR and Johnny are both winners. At Hit & Run, everyone is special.