Fri Nov 16, 2012, 07:52 PM
mycountryisback (31 posts)
PERFECT SOLUTION - To What Ails Us (US)
from my friend, bill...
Well, the hullabaloo of the Black Man in the White House getting reelected was totally expected. But, the goobers signing petitions to secede have just gone too far and it has created wonderful opportunities for America.
Signing one of those petitions is the equivalent of renouncing one's citizenship. So I say let's fire up those ICE buses to round up those "Illegal Aliens" and give them a one way ride to the southern border. Those dummies gave us their names (and mostly gave their addresses), so this will be easy.
First, we will save major money for the Treasury from their now illegal entitlements.
Second, this will free up many mostly low paid jobs for citizens who need work.
The neat part is that we really will not have to strengthen the border to keep them away. Can you imagine one of these fat ass bastards swimming across a river, scaling a wall, and then walking across a desert?
Nah, they will stay where they are put.
USA, USA, USA!!!!
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Fri Nov 16, 2012, 08:41 PM
2naSalit (2,791 posts)
2. And just to make sure
it's all legal and by the book...
And if the countries to the south don't want them, we could ship them to their own little island paradise in the Pacific... Bikini Atoll. Not only is it radioactive, it'll sink in a couple years. Such a future is what they seem to think is good for all of us, so let them enjoy their dreams for the future without all of us to bother them.
And just for a laugh...
“Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is people who have made poverty and tolerated poverty, and it is people who will overcome it. And overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.” Nelson Mandela... November 1, 2006