09 July, 2010

This land is your land, this land is my land.

Tom Tancredo ironically calls the English language "the glue that holds together this country." Excuse me?

The glue that holds this country together is law, specifically, the United States Constitution. Look it up, teabaggers. Where in the Constitution does it say that English is the national language?

Glenn Beck also has some interesting ideas regarding illegal immigrants: take their DNA. Perhaps instead of re-reading the 2nd Amendment over and over, you should focus on the 4th Amendment.



Glenn Beck, Tom Tancredo, Lou Dobbs, Ann Coulter and even I are illegal settlers. That our laws permit this is irrelevant; if Native Americans came to Europe to usurp the lands on which the English, Dutch, French, Portugese, Spanish and Italians called home, not only would this have been (rightly) labelled an egregious wrong, but a great long and bloody war would surely have resulted.

They didn't cross the border, the border crossed them.

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