Sunday, April 30, 2006

Well, at least it's a start

Just a little enforcement goes quite a way.
Mr. Bush- are you reading the same articles I am about these illegals? Oh, that's right- you WANT these mujadoes to keep wages down and taxpayer-funded social welfare agencies bursting.

MIAMI -- Rumors of immigration roundups have prompted thousands of illegal immigrants to stay home this week and are making some afraid to participate in a national immigration protest planned for Monday.

Though federal immigration officials said they were unfounded, rumors of random sweeps were rampant from coast to coast Friday, prompting thousands of immigrants to stay home from work, take their children out of school and avoid church.

The absences caused the rumors to build, as some thought their missing friends and co-workers had been arrested. Construction and agriculture were among the industries most affected.


Construction jobs?????
The kind that used to pay pretty good?
That were AMERICAN jobs that built America before all these illegals came in to undercut wages so that AMERICANS (and LEGAL immigrants) can't afford to wont do them anymore.

Those construction jobs?

Len Mills, executive vice president of the Associated General Contractors of South Florida, said he estimated at least 50 percent of workers on construction jobs in the region hadn't shown up for work. He said he believed even some legal workers were afraid.

Wow, all these illegals aren't showing up for work already and I didn't notice America screeching to a halt.
So, Lenny, you admit that you knowingly hire illegals. Are you doing anything except bitching about your taxes going up to support all those social welfare goodies that your illegal workers are demanding?

And on to this Uno de Mayo intimidation illegal rights rallies that's supposed to bring El Unos Estadas to it's knees tomorrow. Not only are some companies accommodating the strong arm tactics but closing factories instead of firing.
Not to be outdone in bending over for these lawbreakers, the Peoples Republic of Califonia decided to officially support these people.

Just a thought vatos- if it goes well tomorrow, why not extent the boycott until Cinco de Mayo, so you can drive home the patriotism to your third world country true homeland. I wouldn't mind going shopping and not having to work around a bunch of self-centered abrasive foreigners who either can't be bothered, or are too stupid to learn English.

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