May 17, 2007

Fong the Illegals.

It is at the point that Iím wondering when Iím going to snap. Let me just say that when I first heard about this immigration proposal I was driving home from work. It angered me so much that I almost ran over a small car with a Viva Mexico and Estados Unidos De America Mexico sticker on it. Some deity has a sick joke with that timing; either that or the fates are testing my anger management.

When I got home I wanted to run right in here and write a twenty-page rant on the entire situation. The only problem is that every other word would have been an expletive and probably incoherent due to anger babble. So I went out back took a hatchet to a pole Iím working for my new tent, smoked some chicken, and put 5,000 rounds through Boopieís Air Soft M-16 into a target box. Well, whatís left of the target box. After that and eating dinner Iíve calmed down enough to sum up my frustration into this:

These are our political leaders. These are the people we put into office. These are the ones that feel that the best way to deal with the problem is basically to throw out our laws and tell those that broke them that, ďItís okay, we love youĒ er I guess that should be, ďEstŠ bien, nosotros amor usted.Ē These people honestly do NOT care about America, itís security or itís citizens. They just want to create a new base of voters to help keep them in office. To give them even more power. They view us as their vassals, their serfs, their subjects to serve and provide for them. This little agreement has made them happy as a sailor at a hooker convention. It gives them what they want. Something for both sides to help keep them in their positions.

I am not anti-immigration. Actually Iím pro-immigration. Pro LEGAL immigration that is. Yes, the laws that one must jump through to be a legal citizen needs to be revisited because they are almost unrealistically difficult. However, that does not mean someone can just choose to ignore that law to get what they want. Think about it, I want to have concealed carry in Illinois. That does not mean since the laws donít give me that ability, and getting them changed is a long tedious process I should just start packing my .45. Because if I did, and I got caught Iíd have to pay the penalty, fines and jail time. Now with this proposal those in this country will get off with a $5,000.00 fine. BAH! Yes, that is going to be a chunk of money, but after that they are citizens. Does anyone else look at this as kind of a bribe? I mean think about it. If they come forward and pay $5,000.00 to the government you get to be a citizen.

Then again, will this make any difference? It is not like the illegals care about or respect our laws now. What makes them think they will in the future? I highly doubt this will do anything except motivate them to go back to what ever country they came from to get more of their friends and family.

I just wonder how much longer the American citizenship is going to put up with this before they start voting these clowns out of office.

Posted by Contagion in Politics at May 17, 2007 06:17 PM | TrackBack
Comments

Well said brother.

I'm all for it.

Remind me to E-mail you about Operation: Kudzu. I'll be posting about it tommorow

Posted by: BloodSpite at May 17, 2007 11:03 PM

There are some days I really shouldn't read your posts... now I'm pissed. I am with you, I like legal immigrants, and those that become legal should work within the law to change it... I have too many friends that did it the hard way and I don't appreciate those getting a free ride.

Posted by: vw bug at May 19, 2007 01:58 PM

I understand the Donks here, I do not, for the life of me, understand the Republicans.
You would think that November would have got their attention.

Posted by: Peter at May 19, 2007 04:50 PM