Wait until you see what's happened in the rural areas and small towns, and quite far away from the borders, too. Suburbs might be better off than the cities and rural.
Uh, we have a place in rural, and in the burbs surrounding the big cities. There is no comparison. Never will be. At least we will never see it.
Literally hundreds of thousands, with literally millions more are pouring into the major population centers. This is a simple fact. This does not even include some other factors involving large numbers, which I don't want to bring up. I'm sure you can figure it out. Just go down to your major hospital ER for a clue.
posted on 12/15/2003 11:51:31 AM PST
by Joe Hadenuf
(I failed anger management class, they decided to give me a passing grade anyway)
To: Joe Hadenuf
I started doing this yesterday.
I found all the email addressess of the local, and state, tv stations, newspapers, senators, and representatives. Also OReilly, Lou Dobbs and the President. I am going to get Ridge and any one else I can think of.
I started forwarding all the newspaper articles, on illegals, to all of the above. Then I forwarded it, with all of the above addressess to all my friends, to have them do the same thing. I realize that emails are not as affective as faxes, but I do not have a fax machine.
I think if a lot of people did this, we can expand our base of grassroot activists.
I figured if I did all the address gathering, any one I forwarded this email to, would not have any excuse not to forward it on. I sent out 4 news stories to each and every one them yesterday, and they will get that many today, or more. What do you think of this idea?
To: Joe Hadenuf
"I'm sure you can figure it out. Just go down to your major hospital ER for a clue."
I compound fractured my toe on a sunday morning here in Wichita Kansas. I went to the ER, it was like a day at the UN. Only myself and and another man there spoke english. I moved back to Kansas from California when I retired because it had turned into a third world cesspool. Kansas it not far behind. Go to Dillons on a saturday morning and there are illegals selling power tools out of the trunks of their tricked out cars. I bought a house in the coutry hope to come into the city as little as possible.
posted on 12/15/2003 2:47:17 PM PST
To: Joe Hadenuf
If it hasn't hit your rural area, it's just a matter of time. Rural areas are a setup for waves of illegals. We've started calling our small town, San "put your village here", San Smithville, etc--everyone talks about changing a way of life, but it's only people like us that are not allowed to preserve such things. Little sweet shops are now "Tiendas Mexicana" advertising their means of electronically transferring money earned here back to Mexico-- our little town has three such stores, and a beauty salon. Wouldn't want to use local trade, or anything. Interesing how insular they have become, set up a Little Mexico in San Smithville and every day more arrive. They won't attend local churches....
If there are construction jobs, landscaping, farming, physical labor of any kind--if there's any kind of inexpensive housing, like mobile homes--just a matter of time.
I've said it before, I'd vote for Howard Dean if he convinced me he'd enforce our generous immigration laws.
Saw in Hickory, NC, a bumper sticker--"Welcome to North Carolina, Mexico's Newest Colony."
posted on 12/16/2003 5:58:29 AM PST
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