12.12.2006

Let's Keep Those Dirty Illegals Out Of Our Country!!

Right? Because this is our country! Right? Well, here is part of the new immigration test - How well do you know your country? 1. What do we call the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?

2 The House of Representatives has how many voting members?

3 What Cabinet-level agency advises the President on foreign policy?

4 Who is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court now?

5 What does it mean that the U.S. Constitution is a constitution of limited powers?

6 What is the current minimum wage in the U.S.?

7 What are "inalienable rights"?

8 Name one of the writers of the Federalist Papers.

9 What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803?

10 What is the tallest mountain in the United States?

Answers.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I should be deported.

Anonymous said...

This is pretty easy if you have been through a basic level, high school government class. Of course, now these classes are taught primarily by coaches. So this begs the question: just what is Coach really teaching in government class?

Anonymous said...

Not sure what the questions have to do with illegal aliens...???!!?

Anonymous said...

EXCELLENT BARRY! I think you should give us these little quizzes from time to time to keep us on our toes. It's sad we spout about everyone elses rights, but we should take the time to learn our own history thorourly. That being said I am a believer that if you come to this country learn the language. If I were to go to, lets say Mexico, I would not be given any special treatment just because I did not know the language. Just my opinion.

Anonymous said...

they should give this test to all teachers.

Anonymous said...

Hurray! I got 8 of 10 right. However, I AM a government/history nerd.

greta said...

Thank goodness I was born in the United States.

Anonymous said...

The tallest mountain in the United States is not McKinley. McKinley is the "highest" at just over 20,000 feet relative to sea level. The "tallest" mountain in the United States is on the big island of Hawaii. It's over 13,000 feet above sea level, but its sides also extend an additional 10,000 feet to the base of the sea floor; making it taller, but not higher than McKinley. We just can't see the part below water. The test is wrong. And before some genius responds that taller means the same as higher, it doesn't. If I'm 5'10" and standing on the hood of a car, I am higher but not taller than a 6'10" guy standing on the ground next to the car.

mzchief said...

To anonyNOTHING 11:12...

WELL DONE!

EXCELLENT job at nipping in the bud the pissers and moaners!

*;)

Anonymous said...

Put piranah fish in the Rio Grande!

Anonymous said...

shut up, mzchief

Anonymous said...

Our forefathers took this country from the Native Americans. What comes around goes around. HA!

Anonymous said...

How about somebody giving me the Webster definition of "ILLEGAL"?

Obviously, I have been taught the wrong definition all these years!! Just another law that we ignore, I guess.

Anonymous said...

How many things are considered illegal but happen every single day. The issue is muuuch deeper than illegal vs legal.

Anonymous said...

2 of the current Rhome city council are legal aliens that the town would love to see replaced with illegal aliens!!!!