Skip to comments.Invisible in the desert (video)
Posted on 01/18/2006 6:32:33 PM PST by minus_273
CNN's Bill Tucker reports on a town in texas where over half the residents are illegal aliens.
(Excerpt) Read more at Cnn.com ...
eye opening. i guess this is the future.
a new hidden slave class.
Someone from the RNC called me the other day asking for $$$. As soon as I mentioned illegal immigration as an issue that I'm concerned about, he hung up the phone on me. Just hung up the phone while I was speaking.
I tell them to call me back after they've fixed illegal immigration.
I thought it would be Eagle Pass, which should be renamed "Wetback Pass."
What's a conservative to do?
I send those fake pesos to the RNC and to RINOs when I get beg letters from them. The ones who call never want to hear my rants about illegal immigration. The RNC actually had the guts to say that GWBush did not approve of illegal immigration. He didn't like my response.
Good one. I saw this on Lou Dobbs news last nite. I'm watching him these days and the last 15 minutes of Brit Hume/Fox
What a mess!
I never thought of printing the fake pesos and sending them! I'll do that next time! Thanks! :-)
Protect our borders and coastlines from all foreign invaders!
Support our Minutemen Patriots!
Be Ever Vigilant ~ Bump!
Perhaps you don't fit in their usual fund raising plans. Let 'em keep getting their bucks from Home Depot.
Bush Stops at Home Depot as Reward to Generous GOP Donor
President Bush made two stops in Maryland on Friday. First came a big-ticket fundraiser in Baltimore. Then he delivered a speech on the economy to workers at a Home Depot in nearby Halethorpe.
Bush's appearance at the home improvement store baffled locals. On Wednesday, The Sun in Baltimore headlined a story on the upcoming visit to the town in southwest Baltimore County. Titled "A Presidential Mystery.
" Research by Public Citizen suggests the president's visit is a way to reward the nation's second-largest retailer for its generosity to the Bush campaign and the Republican Party. Home Depot employees and their families have given $1.5 million to the GOP since 1999. During that time, no candidate has benefited from Home Depot's largesse more than Bush.
I printed off your Bush Buck. The next time the RNC calls I'll tell 'em to watch for my envelope.
I hope Bush's sick fantasy of another massive amnesty never happens.
That "bill" is the creation of our very own Prime Choice! :-) But I'm going to do the same...print some and send em to the GOP next time I get a solicitation for cash. :-)
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