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 Post subject: It's We Don't Need No Stinking Mexicans Day
Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2006 9:29 pm 
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Location: Tennessee
I have a great idea. We like to create holidays here in the US to commerate just about everything. Let's declare May 1 "National We Don't Need No Stinking Mexicans Day" in honor of the moron lawbreakers that will be out marching on Monday. They calim the economy needs them, but what they are too stupid to know is that it is their presence in the first place that creates the need for the services they provide. Get rid of the illegal Mexicans and the need for a lot of the services goes away with them.

I say round 'em up in tractor trailer tomorrow since we know where to find them and ship them back to Mexico! Funigate the trucks afterwards to get rid of the TB and other dread diseases they bring in here.

:smt028 :smt028 :smt028 :smt028

:smt035 :smt035 Yeeee-Haaaa :smt035 :smt035

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Posted: Mon May 01, 2006 7:59 am 
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Yeah, it's billed as "A Day Without Immigrants."

It's really "A Day Without Intruders."

Immigrants are here legally by definition. Those cretins aren't. I'll be out protesting the protesters today.

We don't need no stinking law breakers.


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Posted: Mon May 01, 2006 5:38 pm 
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From Dictionary.com


n : a Latin American (disparaging) term for foreigners (especially Americans and Englishmen)

Why are the demonstrators getting away with calling Whites "Gringos?"

OK, from this point on it's OK for us to call them "Wet Backs" or "Spicks."

 Post subject: They WERE NOT missed!
Posted: Tue May 02, 2006 8:16 am 
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Ha. I told you so. Nobody cared about the ILLEGAL INTRUDERS taking a day off. Hell let them take off every day. This country did just fine without them.



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Posted: Tue May 02, 2006 8:48 am 
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It was a great day in So. Cal. The freeways were clear and my commute time was less than half of the noraml time. It was wonderful!

Think of the pollutants that were not put into the air yesterday!. Not only didn't the Illegals drive, but by not colgginf the freeways they did not cause all that additional pollution to be put into the air.

So the point is that massive additional ozone depleting pollution is not put in our atmosphere when Illegals are gone from the scene.

Just yet another way they harm the country. I agree with snerdley that we should thank them for showing us what a scourge they are on this country.

So long, Mexicans, go reform your own filthy country and stop trying to make the US look like the piece of crap you left behind.


... Jose' Arrina

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Posted: Tue May 02, 2006 8:53 pm 
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Location: texarcana
I heard next Monday is, " A Day Illegal Immigrants Pay Their Taxes", so we could all see what it would be like.


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