Friday, January 4, 2008


"A coward is much more exposed to quarrels than a man of spirit." - Thomas Jefferson

As Americans  are universally opposed  to all things that stand between them and their blighted futures, one would think that they would draw together and stand beside one another to create an equal world where they may not all agree but one where they would agree to disagree on certain matters that would ultimately affect their future as Americans and the future of the American Nation.

The matter which seems omnipresent is overpopulation and illegal immigration which has saturated our blessed country with would-be activists of hispanic origin who have gained access to this country through unscrupulous means and have demanded the rights of the average working class American - along with the right to complain about our government. 

As a working class American, let me be the first to tell you that I can talk shit about my country and you cannot  - by means that your life was not begotten in this land but into another. A land which you forsake for your own reasons.

America - the great melting pot of cultures - so described by Hector St. Jean de Crevecoeur - was never meant to be invaded by people who were not proud to proclaim themselves AMERICANS.

The main problem that I had with the hispanic protesters when they did their half-hearted protests was that they claimed to want the full rights of Americans, that we Americans could not survive without them, and that they were MEXICAN - the last bit is what was somewhat infuriating. Let them burn the American flag and wave the Mexicano flag - what exactly shall I interpret those actions as? That of traitorous infidels? Because that is what I believe. For if you were American and dared to burn our flag and flaunt another, you would be considered traitorous. Because surely as the flag stands for the sanctity of the union, the liberty of the free nation, the spilt blood of ideology, the loyalty to the country and the perseverance of the American people, the desecration of that flag would proclaim an attempt to overthrow our established government and its laws.

When they brandished their flags they were saying that they were Mexicans and proud to show their ancestry through their flags while saying that our flag, the one that represents the country that they want to live in, was inferior. As a matter a fact, it was possibly the stupidest thing I have ever had the misfortune to witness. Note to the not so wise - when seeking amnesty, you want to appease the people of which you seek finer things.

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