From the December 14 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:
CALLER: My position is somewhat controversial. It is an anti-diversity position. It is my view, my perception, alright, and I'm a first generation American, that we should keep our immigration policy in such a way -- have an immigration policy such that it will resemble the culture and the makeup of that of our founding fathers. Otherwise, I think in a few years, 40-50 years, we're going to be another Africa or Mexico. Now, when I migrated to America, I wanted to migrate to America -- not to Africa, not to Mexico, not to Somalia.
LAURA INGRAHAM: I don't think I can add anything to that. That's a great --
INGRAHAM: Well stated, Alberto. We are a country of -- we're supposed to have some shared values. It doesn't mean we have to agree on everything, but shared values. It shouldn't be a question that you can say Merry Christmas at school or even sing “Silent Night” in a Christmas pageant or even do the Pledge of Allegiance. You know one high school in New York, now they're getting rid of the Pledge of Allegiance and any mention of Christmas at all in the high school? At all. Now why do you think that's happening? Number one, the atheists and the ACLU, and number two, the Muslims. They don't like it. It's not the Hispanics who are saying they don't want “Merry Christmas.' I'll take anything. I'll take ”Feliz Navidad," I'll take “Merry Christmas,” I'll do it from the Catholic, the evangelical perspective. Whatever. But Christmas is an important time of year for this country. And if you don't celebrate Christmas, then you can celebrate something else, that's fine. But don't try to take our Christmas away. Don't try to rain all over our Christmas.