With immigration being so much in the news lately, and Kaye being a rampant xenophobe, we could have predicted the topic of her column this week — them damn fereners:
Our government has become so transparent even a fake crystal ball gazer can read what their next step is going to be.
"This, this is the same genuine, magic, authentic crystal used by the Priests of Isis and Osiris in the days of the Pharaohs of Egypt— in which Cleopatra first saw the approach of Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony, and—and so on, and so on. Now, you—you’d better close your eyes, my child, for a moment, in order to be better in tune with the infinite. We—we can’t do these things without reaching out into the infinite."
While they sat back (in spa rooms) this country was being bombarded with illegal immigrants — now they don’t know what to do with them.
This is imagery that is going to take some time to digest: scores of bloated towel-clad sweaty Congressmen kicking back in the sauna, while planes drop Mexicans on an unsuspecting American population.
Is this how Kaye views the world?
Wake up government! While you are catering to foreigners hoping to not alienate them for their votes — you are foolishly forgetting about the American voters.
We weren’t aware that non-American foreigners could vote. Thanks for that wake-up call, Kaye.
And most Americans are fed up with taking a back seat to lawlessness embraced by those using our borders to traffic illegal drugs and swamp our country with foreigners.
Right. Why should Americans take a backseat to foreign drug trafficking when we should be doing it ourselves?
Yes, our ancestors came to America, and those who came through Ellis Island had to register so the people already here knew about them.
Maybe we should start using bar codes. Right, Kaye?
Now we have half of Mexico here illegally.
We hope it’s the warm half.
If we are a land of laws as President Bush insists — who is paying any attention to the laws already on the books?
Olympic sprinter Lauryn Williams. That’s just a wild guess though.
I would say we are more a land of lawbreakers now.
We are? Kewl! What law should we break first?
Everybody in Washington, D.C., is encouraging illegal activity by rewarding it with our American jobs, and straining their necks to look the other way…
"Catering" to illegal aliens while looking the other way? Neat trick.
…while 11 million people break the law and then have the audacity as one woman said: "it’s not fair to try and send us back to Mexico." Not fair? . . . don’t they have laws in Mexico too?
Yeah, but they’re in some fucked-up language.
I get sick and tired of hearing how our people won’t take jobs, so we need a foreign country to invade our territory and take the jobs.
Right. Then you won’t have to hear about it anymore.
Let’s get one thing perfectly straight: people in America can’t afford to take jobs making $2.00 an hour — while employers are bilking the system to their advantage to line their pockets with money. One loaf of bread and a gallon of milk cost more than five bucks! That would add up to over two hours of hard labor for just peanuts!
Well, no, Kaye. It would add up to two hours of hard labor for bread and milk. Peanuts would be extra.
If you’re fed up with the whole system — then clap your hands! Boy that was resounding!
While some of the churches are also encouraging more illegals to come on over — they need to keep them up, instead of our tax dollars, since churches are tax exempt.
And that bitch in the New York harbor says the same thing!
Most foreigners hate America, but they don’t have a problem lapping up our milk and honey, taking it right out of the mouths of Americans.
Lapping up the milk right out of our mouths? Ewwwww! I think I saw something like that on David Letterman’s "Stupid Pet Tricks".
Actually, I think those foreigners are French, Kaye, and what you’re talking about is called french kissing.
Now, having said all that: it is the fault of our leaders for letting everything get totally out-of-hand (not the foreigners). And as I said before: "they don’t know what to do about the overflow of immigrants here." Well, it’s high time they found a workable solution.
Don’t you mean, a final solution, Kaye?
The way things are going in Washington or not going I should say — they are causing a lot of hostility.
Well, in the Grogan household at least.
Many illegals crossing the borders — especially in Arizona are also involved with criminal activity there. Do you think for one minute that Americans crossing over into Mexico could get by with the same kind of intimidation? Hardly!
That’s right. "Illegals" are crossing the border and committing crimes in order to intimidate us. And we just let them get away with it!
Many may think that this situation is just going to go away quietly, and fade into the sunset, but as the song goes: "this time you gave me a mountain, Lord . . . a mountain that I may never climb" applies to this mess we are in.
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Naturally, if people openly refuse to obey the laws by coming to America illegally — then their motives have to be suspect. There is a right and wrong way to do things (no in-betweens), and coming into a country illegally is certainly not the way to gain favor with the country’s natural born citizens.
Kaye, we have a funny feeling that you will always disfavor foreign-born people, even those who immigrate here legally.
The majority of Americans are opposed to illegal immigrants taking American jobs — leaving many of them unemployed.
Well, obviously not the Americans who hire illegal immigrants, right?
To say that the "guest worker" program is successful is like claiming someone saw a UFO landing in Wrigley Field.
Or a huge green monster at Fenway Park.
The pro-guest workers’ groups are conveniently ignoring the enormous strain illegal immigrants are having on the economy through the welfare and medical programs.
Now we’re confused. If the government has passed a guest-worker program, then how is it "illegal"?
Something is definitely wrong when 92 hospitals in one state, had to close their doors permanently due to the influx of immigrants needing medical attention.
Yes, the thing that is wrong is your use of unsupportable "facts".
Don’t you think it’s time for you (as leaders and lawmakers) to get inside the real world and quit pandering to a large group who has made a mockery out of the laws of this county?
Who does Kaye think she is talking to? And what’s this about "the laws of this county"?
As long as you reward people for bad conduct . . . you will never be taken seriously as a person who abides by or respects the law.
We won’t? Aw shucks.