Someone I know in Denver, sent out a controversial Email over the weekend last week, and evidently spread my address all over the southwestern part of the United States, and possibly some parts of Idaho.
Anyway, I got up in a pretty good mood, was doing alright, and then I opened this thing with MY NAME ON IT and it immediately had me hitting about 5.5 on the Richter Scale. I didn’t write it, I didn’t like it, and I didn’t forward it to more than two people when I first go it, and I BCC’ed: them.
So like a dummy, instead of letting it go, forwarding it to the trash where it belonged. I answer this latest version of electronic-website-smack down, as I like to tell my wife, I do my level best to “open their eyes a little … enlighten them to some things.”
And the majority of you know what the results were, dont’cha? You can try and teach a pig to sing, but it won’t work, and it just irritates the pig!
The next thing I know, my mailbox is overflowing with poorly written missives evidently written by some knuckle-draggers over there hanging out on AOL. (That shows your right there how smart they are) … I don’t know anyone who is on AOL.
It was one of those “Pass This On” to all your friends and known acquaintances things that are floating around on the Internet. Something about what a rotten deal the Mexican Race in this country is currently getting. Another bleeding heart, poorly written invective, another irritating comment on how bad these “immigrants” have it here.
So what they hey, slow day, my word count was down. I gave it a shot.
Bad move. First off, the problem is not the Mexican’s, it is the Government. People like Pelosi, John McCranky, Hillary, those knot-heads in Congress that don’t know their butt from a hole in the ground. Then came the obligatory English lesson. And the go for the jugular conclusion, did it all in a little less than 5,000 words, for all you people familiar with “my style of rapid fire, no-nonsense journalism.”
So I re-read the piece, maybe I had it wrong. Which did not help my attitude, I got mad as all get out. So like the sucker I am, I go and throw some more gasoline on the fire. I again toss in my two cents and a little change to boot.
The Monkey Never Learns. Each time he goes for a peanut, they shock him, but still, he goes for one more peanut.
I fire up the old email spammer and I give them a little taste of it back. Sometime in the near future, you will purchase a Rand & McNally at the store, and inside you will find the New America’s. On top with be Mexico El Grande (Big Mexico) and Little Mexico (old Mexico) directly underneath what used to be the USA.
Immigrant and Illegal, are two distinctly different words, and someone who crosses into this country illegally certainly is NOT considered an immigrant in the vaguest sense of the word. It has, believe me, gone way past immigration status at this point of the game. We are now talking Colonization, not immigration.
Evidently in Denver, they have a totally different meaning for the words.