1.01.2008

Random Tired Head Thought


The Dallas Morning News' choice for "Texan of the Year" was the "Illegal Immigrant" based upon the controversy the subject had caused in 2007.

Uh, can an illegal immigrant be a Texan?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

No. Akin to naming someone visiting Texas on vacation as "Texan of the Year".

Anonymous said...

Is a meth. cook an 'Unlicensed pharmacist'?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, how stupid can our "media" get!! What was funny, was the story after their announcement of this person of the year, they had a story about the problem of people celebrating the New Year by shooting guns into the air (guess which "people-group" is mostly responsible for this)!

Anonymous said...

no but all their f@ckn kids can be

Anonymous said...

Mescans kick arse Barry.

Anonymous said...

The liberal mindset is indeed a deranged mental condition. Thank you DMN for providing further proof of this.

AnObiter said...

No.

Anonymous said...

I think it is great! Without them we would be in an awful state. They work harder than anyone. I can't think what it would be like without their strong work effort. I see it everyday--building homes, landscaping, cleaning, and not just eight hours a day--from sun up till sundown. I am thankful for them and for living in a country where people will do anything to get in. They, whether you want to believe or not, are the economic backbone of the state. Every time we buy a home or groceries, we should thank an illegal immigrant because without their hard, cheap, labor we probably couldn't afford to live.

Anonymous said...

wow kudos 11:25 am

Anonymous said...

liberals liberals when we have had somany do reater things for the state why name them

Anonymous said...

4:15PM, you obviously would not vote for any English or Writing instructors, now would you?

Anonymous said...

I speak a little Jibberish. I think they are saying they don't like Libruls.

manuel labor said...

11:25---- you're right. Can anyone tell me how it is a good idea spending millions trying to keep them out (and even so having no success)?

Anonymous said...

11:25, Thank them every time a teacher has to stop teaching your child while he sits there doodling while the teacher has to teach the illegal or anchor baby english, or a family is wiped out by a drunk illegal, or a hospital has to shut down because all the free care they hand out to illegals or no telling what kind of disease they carry across the border or......

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know when the definition of ILLEGAL changed?

mzchief said...

There is NO such person as an "Illegal Immigrant" within the United States. According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services an ALIEN is defined as "Any individual who is not a citizen of the United States."

An Immigrant is defined as "an alien lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence; such people also may be referred to as lawful permanent residents."

If you wish to read the definitions for yourself please read Box 1. on the left side of page 15 of 31 of this U.S. Congressional Budget Office document.

What is most galling and disgusting is the gross injustice that the U.S. government continues to perpetrate against the illegal aliens who are vital to the continued health of the U.S. economy. By not adopting a VIABLE guest worker's program the U.S. continues to maintain a sub-culture of people within the U.S. who are used and put in a position, for the BENEFIT of the U.S., to be considered and treated as second class citizens. The U.S. continued failure to adopt a VIABLE guest worker's program is shameful and has proved dangerous for the citizens of the U.S. as well as the illegal aliens working and living within the U.S.

MORE than 50% of Kuwait's population is comprised of GUEST WORKERS. There is NO reason, other than lacking the desire to treat with DIGNITY and HUMANITY the undocumented workers within the U.S., for the U.S. to not have in place a VIABLE Guest Worker's Program.

mzchief said...

One MORE thing!
As for you people hissing and spitting about the illegal aliens within the U.S. you might consider doing something OTHER than gritching and DEMAND your congressperson authors and endorses a VIABLE Guest Worker's Program.

Each of you spend enough time on the Interweb you should be able to use The Google and get an address to which you can send your DEMAND.

Here is one plan you MIGHT suggest....

EVERY currently employed illegal alien could be registered by their CURRENT employer so as to DOCUMENT the worker and receive a registration number. Should a guest worker become unemployed the employer has 7 days to notify the Dept. of Guest Worker's which could be a part of INS. The guest worker has 30 days to be re-registered by a new employer or the guest worker runs the risk of being FOREVER expelled from the U.S.

NO! NO! NO! Guest Workers are NOT eligible for unemployment or Social Security. However, they should be required to pay a Guest Worker's Fee to pay for ANY services they receive and costs of their working within the U.S. Kuwaiti guest workers pay a 30% fee of their salary to work and live in Kuwait. The fee is taken out of their salary by their employer. Any children born of a guest worker are NOT U.S. citizens.

Anonymous said...

Mz, have you ever considered moving to Kuwait??? I hear the butterflies are stunning in the Spring. Mz, you do like butterflies don't you?