Because I oppose "Guest Workers" and promote a secure border and oppose illegal immigration, I'm a fucking racist?
So yesterday the illegals here decided to have demonstrations all across the country to demand equal opportunities that everyday Americans get.
What the fuck?
I know, I know. I'm a little late jumping on this bitchwagon. I was going to keep mum about it really because so much has been said already until I heard a little sound-bite from Vinny Fox on the radio last night. He says that America has no right to keep the illegals out, and will stop at nothing to keep us from securing our southern border.
Who the fuck does he think he is? We have every goddamn right to secure our borders and we should be doing it now. Some of these fuckers are still so pissed at losing that little chunk of realestate in the first place that the one's already here think that since it was originally theirs in the first place they deserve and have the right to be there.
I don't fucking think so.
Think what you will, but our very sovereignty is at stake here. A sovereignty bought and paid for in blood by all my brothers and sisters who fought and died for it from Valley Forge in 1776 to Iraq today.
But I'm a racist because I don't support just any swinging dick to cross over and automatically have every right that we Americans have, taxing our welfare, Social Security and healthcare systems to the breaking point. At last count there was twenty million illegals in the country right now with another three million coming over the border every year. And I'm sorry, I won't be politically correct and say "undocumented". They're fucking illegal.
"Tom! They have a right to come here and work! You just don't want them here because you're a racist!"
No I'm not dickhead.
Listen. We're a nation of immigrants. Every last one of us came here from someplace else. My family came from Ireland, England and Germany.
When my great grandparents on my mother's side came from Germany in the late 1800's, they came here legally. And the first thing they did was learn ENGLISH.
They didn't demand that everything be given to them in German. Their children weren't taught in German in the schools, they had to learn English. If you want to come here, come on in! We'd be happy to have you. But come here legally. Don't break our laws and think it's just honky-dory. And learn English. Assimilate.
If you come here and don't like it? Get the fuck out then! If America is so goddamn bad, why are millions trying to get here every year?
I'm so sick and goddamn tired of that tune.
Why is it that now, we're so damn afraid of having someone come here and be offended because we can't speak their language? Here's a unique concept. How about your ignorant ass learning English?
RT's two simple rules for coming to America:
1) Come in Legally
2) Learn English and our customs. Keep yours, but don't be offended at ours. You wanted to come here, deal with it
Not a hard concept. But apparently, if you believe in these two rules, you're anti-immigrant and a racist.
I've got two words to those who think I'm anti-immigrant and a racist.
Listen folks. Our very Nation and way of life is at stake here. Do not let them do this. I don't care if you're a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or Independent. Even if you've never done anything political before in your life. Call your senators and congressmen and tell them how you feel about this. We cannot let this happen.
This isn't about immigration. It's about our very nation's ability to survive. I fought for this nation. I've spilled my own blood for it. I won't take this laying down. We can't just keep bending over to every whim of every alleged minority group who has a bitch. The way of appeasement doesn't work. Take a good hard look at France and the rest of Western Europe. You see where that got them, don't you?
I know we're not perfect as a nation. Far from it. But damnit we've got laws and a Constitution. Rules to live by. And if our elected representatives won't protect our rights as American citizens, who will?
I remember vividly the oath I took as a young 17 year-old soldier in 1983...
"I, Thomas J Wolfenden, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God."
Title 10, US Code; Act of 5 May 1960
I take those words as serious now as I did in 1983. The oath is just about the same for every elected official in the country.
It's about time those officials we elected take those words just as seriously.
Because if they don't, and give it all away, we might as well just give it up because we'll have no future.
Copyright 2006 Thomas J Wolfenden