posted on 08/17/2007 3:00:57 PM PDT
(Alright, hold tight, I'm a highway staaaaaaaaaaaaarrr)
Very nice. Much less vulgarity than any attempt I could have made.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:01:01 PM PDT
Needs to be translated into spanish and posted on a website that caters to the intended audience. Other than that, very well done.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:01:13 PM PDT
Well said! I truly don’t understand why Mexico and most Central American countries are dirt poor. They’ve got beautiful weather, coasts, natural resources....If I ruled Guatemala for example, that country would be fricking rich.
the ideology of envy socialism"
A great line.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:03:58 PM PDT
by ARE SOLE
(Agents Ramos and Campean are in prison at this very moment..)
It should be sent to just about every “letter to the editor” site known to the MSM.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:07:24 PM PDT
("It's Talk Thompson Time!" >> irc://irc.freenode.net/fredthompson)
Wonderful! But this needs to be posted where the intended recipients can see it and in a language they fully understand. Your post is really great.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:09:48 PM PDT
(Remember -- There are no dead atheists.)
My open letter to illegal aliens:
posted on 08/17/2007 3:11:03 PM PDT
by Tex Pete
Last sentence says it all. Nice job..
Very good! Hope this gets spread wide and far.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:26:55 PM PDT
(My bologna has a first name, it's J-O-R-G-E)
“At last count, there were somewhere between 12 and 20 million of you here illegally in the United States. An army that size could conquer Mexico City, Caracas, San Salvador and La Paz in a day.”
Does Mexico have a constitution with a 2nd Amendment like ours? I don’t think that revolutions against any central government can be won today like it happened in France and here at home in the 18th century.
Today’s difference in supremacy between weapons owned by private individuals and that by the Armed Forces are too onesided in favor of government’s.
posted on 08/17/2007 3:50:46 PM PDT
Great post, it sounds exactly like the right thing for them to do, get rid of the corruption in gov from top to bottom in order to live freely so they can prosper. I hope and pray that someday that will come true for all of Mexico as well as here in the US. The following may be just one of the many reasons why that has not yet happened in Mexico. A number of years ago many of the locals around Chiapas (spelling?), located in southern Mexico, attempted a revolt against the local suppressive Mexican gov. If I am not mistaken, the Mexican Feds HAD to intervene and used military hardware that was made in the good ol US of A and thus proceeded to slaughter many of the Mexican patriots, ending that phase of the revolt. I do not recall hearing if the US gov had a publicized reaction or comment to the Mexican governments wholesale slaughtering of its citizens with US military weapons. I’d welcome more info on this if any one has it. If the Mexican PEOPLE are truly ever going to change their homeland, they will need the support of the US, support they will never see as long as the elites in the US gov remains complicit in maintaining the status quo of keeping the suppressive tyrants (redundant but it fits) in power who run Mexico. After all, any Mexicans (or anyone of any other nationality for that fact) who can be exploited for cheap wages and hard labor here in the US is good for the elitists in the US too. I love this country and totally support the fact that all laws must be enforced in order to achieve equality for all but the selective enforcement of some laws i.e., the illegal immigration problem, is nothing less than sickening exploitation of a people desperate to survive. No, I am not a Mexican, I was born in Arkansas so I guess I could be called an Arkie but more so, I am an American and I do believe in the goodness of this country.
posted on 08/17/2007 5:25:41 PM PDT
(Allegiance to the constitution, always. Allegiance to a political party, never.)
Good effort, but the truth is they don’t care. These are criminal lawbreakers, after all.
posted on 08/17/2007 6:30:06 PM PDT
(It's the borders, stupid.)
Instead of trying to make America resemble the homeland that you fled, why don't you go back and try to make your homeland resemble the America that you sought.
That's not their method of operation, (MO).
They take and overwhelm by shear numbers alone, while our own government aids and abets this violent invasion.
posted on 08/17/2007 9:14:39 PM PDT
“Open Letter to Illegal Immigrants”
posted on 08/17/2007 9:16:08 PM PDT
(When life gives you lemons, you throw them at the mean people and hope it gets them in the eyes.)
IMHO, the wording is too soft - not a word about everything from the social services they can get free in the US - i.e. medical care, education for their children (with two meals a day), food stamps, wic, welfare, subsidized housing, legal representation, wages paid in cash, unsecured credit, etc., all paid for by the US taxpayer. And, since everything is 'free' here, they can send billions back to their families in the country they pledge their allegience to. Not to mention the huge criminal element that is invading our country. What is wrong with this picture?
posted on 08/17/2007 11:08:43 PM PDT
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