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Un Dia Sin Inmigrantes

Remember folks, May 1st is "A Day Without Immigrants", sponsored in part by angry Mexicans who believe it is their god-given right to be able to come to America and force TV stations to air more programs featuring giant chickens wrestling scantily-clad models while bow-tied fat men give away toasters, (or whatever the hell Sabado Gigante is supposed to be about), and by guilty white liberal congressmen who want to secure Hispanic votes by selling out their fellow Americans.

So everyone, if you're not beusy contributing to the American economy, do you part on this "Day Without Immigrants." Drop a dime on your local restaurant for hiring illegals to clean out the grease trap. Cut your own damn grass. Forcibly deport your dry cleaner. Burn the Mexican flag with a little salsa and a Dos Equis Dark. Kill and eat a family of grape pickers.

A day without immigrants. That's a start.

More on this later. I have to get to work before my job is replaced by six refugees sailing in on a raft made from a 1987 Chevy truck door....

Comments

Harry said…
Actually, I'd prefer a nice tall cold Guiness. As for immigrants doing jobs Americans won't do, I've got a sixteen year old son who's entering the workforce and he'd be glad to take at least one of those jobs. (OK, so my wife and I would be glad for him to take one of those jobs, but you get the idea.) However, if the millions of immigrants would like to work, will they pay taxes to support me on welfare? I could use a break.

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