Patrick J. Buchanan, senior advisor to three U.S. Presidents, nationally syndicated columnist, and MSNBC Political Commentator, has published the "political book of the year" and New York Times Best Seller --Suicide of a Superpower.
For all the hue and cry over Buchanan’s supposed “hate,” the emotion that runs through Suicide of a Superpower is not hate, but love. Buchanan sees the country he grew up in and loved passing away, and he wants to raise his voice in its defense. As Buchanan writes... “Americans who seek stricter immigration control have been charged with many social sins: racism, xenophobia, nativism. Yet none has sought to expel any fellow American based on color or creed. We have only sought to preserve the country we grew up in. Do not people everywhere do that, without being reviled? What motivates people who insist that America’s doors be held open wide until the European majority has disappeared? What is their grudge against the old America that eats at their heart?”
The truth is the left-wing mouthpieces who attack Buchanan and do the name calling are filled with hate and bigotry.