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National Boycott, the Aftermath

As I look over the desolate landscape that Texas has become. The rolling hills littered with beer cans and Taco Bell wrappers. I reflect on what the boycott was all about. My Neighbors never made it to any rallies. Instead they could have spent the day playing at the park with their children. Can't really fault them for that can I? Well except they did send their children off to school and spent the day drinking in their back yard. My job sites were vacant of labor. I guess my subcontractors were raising awareness of laborers rights down at the capitol, except I noticed several of them had boats attached to their trucks as they drove by.

I wonder if the illegals remember why they snuck across the border in the first place. Mexico was such a fun place to live, work and raise a family. They only came over here for the money, is what I have heard time after time on the television. So I have an idea....now follow me on this one.

A National Day of Boycott of Social Services

This will only apply of course to the illegal aliens. Basically if you are not a citizen and cannot provide REAL proof of citizenship you get nothing. Your children cannot attend class which means someone will have to stay home with the kids missing yet another day of work. If you show up at a hospital and you don't have insurance then tough noogies. Bleed quietly please. All Spanish translations will be removed from any government building and you can forget about any government funding. I think we should do it on the 1st or the 15th of the month just to make it more interesting.

While we rely on your labor you have Benny's too.

Now don't get me wrong I am all about the rights of citizens. Its the illegals that by definition should have no rights. I am not a racists, I am an equal opportunity offender. Just one voice in the masses that thinks the world should lighten up and people should just shut the hell up and quit bitching. Get a sense of humor. Walmart has them on sale this week and now that Pablo is back to work he can help you find them.

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