March 8, 2007, - 10:38 am
By Debbie Schlussel
In February, the Wall Street Journal gave Bank of America chief Kenneth D. Lewis space to “defend” his bank’s sell-out to illegal aliens, issuing them credit cards.
Today’s WSJ had a couple of good letters to the editor attacking Lewis and BoA (and one moronic letter defending him–by a woman named Elaine Jancourtz of Plainsboro, NJ). The letter was by Vincent P.A. Benedict of Collegeville, PA was terrific, so I reprint it below:
Thank you for allowing Kenneth Lewis to plead his case for granting illegal immigrants access to credit cards through his bank; you acted in the true spirit of press freedom.
And I, exercising my freedom, canceled my $39,900 credit-line credit card, which I had held since 1996.
In addition, I have canceled all of my Bank of America accounts and have elected never to do business with Mr. Lewis’s company again. Freedom is a wonderful thing.
Vincent P.A. Benedict
Kudos to Mr. Benedict.
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