Monday, May 01, 2006

May 1: The Power of Organized Crime

By Nicholas Stix

Today, the TV news readers and alleged reporters kept saying that the “boycott” marchers were demonstrating their “power.”

I don’t know what was more disgusting: Millions of criminals who have impoverished millions of law-abiding, working-class Americans, flaunting their contempt for American law, and demanding that they be rewarded for their crimes; alleged journalists who gave up all pretenses to objectivity and became illegal immigration cheerleaders (which I’m sure pleased their own illegal nannies, cooks, gardeners and cleaning ladies); or the parents and alleged educators who committed the crimes of educational neglect and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, by telling their children and students, respectively, to commit truancy. As a legal immigrant I know said, if legal citizens (well, white or Asian legal citizens) encouraged their kids to be truant, they’d be brought up on charges.

Technorati tags: immigration, boycott, illegal aliens,
immigration reform, amnesty,
politics, border, Mexico, terrorism and homeland security.

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