Skip to comments.Swine flu could put damper on immigration rallies
Posted on 04/30/2009 2:38:41 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
CHICAGO (AP) - The timing is not the best. Immigration-rights rallies are set for Friday as health officials try to clamp down on a swine flu epidemic with roots in the same country as many of the expected demonstrators: Mexico.
Public health officials on Thursday had not advised canceling large-scale events unless they were specifically tied to an institution or location with a laboratory-confirmed case of the illness. They urged people to stay home if they are sick.
Organizers of the May Day rallies, which have drawn thousands and even hundreds of thousands of people in recent years, said they would look to recommendations from public health officials about whether to cancel or modify the events.
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I’ve often wondered why the illegal alien protesters have picked May 1st for demonstrations. May Day is/was the communist workers holiday. Do they want to be associated with communism, or maybe they don’t know the symbolism involved?
Viva la Influenza!
Every dark clould has a silver lining. We can argue all day if closing the border would have helped, but it sure makes the point for greater border security.
I bet Susan Roesgen will strap on a blue mask and get all up in the illegals’ faces.
"No, Jesus. I better estay home, yo."
"Why, Paco? Flaca and Julio will be there. You seek? You got peeg flu?"
"No, Jesus. Your eseester gave me the clap".
What BS! This stay home if you feel sick is crazy since this flu has such a long incubation period. I guess if they want to march and spread the flu between them who are we to stop it?
Ghost of Zorro - retro non-catchy mask
Get out there Hose-A and Hose-B... cough, puke and pee on each other. Be sure and invite all of your Guacamolean buddies along. Aiiiyyyyyreeeba!
a silver lining :^