Here in Texas it was absolutely wonderful, our streets were less crowded our stores and reataurants were less crowded there are just way to many of them here!! One is actually one to many!
posted on 05/01/2006 4:26:22 PM PDT
(To allow a bunch of third world country nationals to divide Americans is unconscionable!)
I loved it! You could actually stroll through the aisles at Wal-mart.
posted on 05/01/2006 4:27:55 PM PDT
(Bushbot No. 1 - get in line.)
I thought it was just me. My drive to/from work was nothing short of FANTASTIC!!. No trespassers in the left lane driving 5 miles per hour below the speed limit in fear of being pulled over.
"Here in Texas it was absolutely wonderful, our streets were less crowded our stores and reataurants were less crowded"
That does not surprise me in Texas. It did surprise me here in South Carolina. I went to the post office and there were three people in line. I went to Wal Mart and there were 30 to 40% fewer people than I usually find there on Monday evenings. The traffic was light everywhere. I never realized how much of the crowding in our booming Sun Belt community was due to illegal aliens. I knew they were much more visible in our community, but today I no longer believe there are 12 million illegals in the USA. As much difference as their absence made in my small community, there must be many more than that.
Today was pure bliss on the highways & side roads. Traffic flowed freely & there was parking everywhere. I made it to & from work in half the time. I was in & out of the bank & Post Office in record time.
I heard class size was cut in half & the english speaking kids actually learned things today. People actually got seen in the emergency rooms with little wait time.
PLEASE CONTINUE YOUR BOYCOTT!
posted on 05/01/2006 6:21:05 PM PDT
(Now go bang your heads on your desks until something useful comes out!)
And I knew that if I were in an auto accident today, the other party would most likely have insurance. That's a rarity in Texas.
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