Besides those dirty brown people are screwing it all up for the rest of us.
Attention all Hispanic folks. Thank you for everything you have done for this country. Thanks for the burritos, Taco Bell, the cheap labor, the introduction of cholo culture, and roaming taco trucks. Thanks for wanting to live and work in this country so badly that you crossed rivers and darted across highways just to get here. Thanks for paying taxes. Thanks. Really. I’m so happy to have gotten an opportunity to eat a chalupa.
It’s been a real pleasure. But let me give you a piece of advice: Fucking Run. Why? Because this country has it in for you. I know, I know. Just when you were getting comfortable too. All the heat was on our Arab brothers and sisters. We other brown folks were just sitting back, collecting our welfare checks, not having car insurance, and shooting babies out of our wombs like t-shirts out of one of those t-shirt guns they have at baseball games.
Then we heard some rumblings and we knew one of us was going to get screwed. We thought it might black folks again. But then we were like, nah! We got one of ours in the White House! It ain’t us! Guess who’s in the hot seat now? Puerto Mexicans! Why? Because we just don’t like them right now and we don’t need any other reason! (Besides, they’re taking our jerbs! and giving us pig AIDS!)
Also, they are coming over here, having their dirty “anchor babies” and then these anchor babies are either blowing our shit up (if they’re Muslim) or getting a citizenship foothold in this country so they can sponsor all their eleventy-three relatives, bring them over, and share a one bedroom apartment.
I mean, c’mon, son!
When I read this article, I literally yelled out loud: “WHAT THE FUCK!?”
On Sunday, Sen. John Kyl (R-Ariz.) became the highest-ranking Republican to suggest support for the repeal of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Appearing on CBS’ Face the Nation, Kyl said that he opposes allowing children of undocumented immigrants to be granted U.S. citizenship and wants Congress to hold hearings on the matter.
In doing so, the Senate’s no. 2 Republican didn’t place himself on the extreme wing of his party’s stance on immigration policy. Rather, he joined what is a growing movement that could very well shape the official policy planks of the GOP.
In the House, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) has introduced the Birthright Citizenship Act of 2009, which would attempt to deny children of illegal immigrants U.S. citizenship through statute rather than a constitutional amendment (thereby lowering the vote threshold). He has 93 co-sponsors for that effort including Rep. Nathan Deal, the Georgia Republican who is in a runoff to be the party’s candidate for governor.
Senate candidate Rand Paul (R-Ky.) caused a stir shortly after winning his primary by saying he supported stripping citizenship from children of the undocumented. Former congressman and potential Colorado gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo — one of the staunchest anti-illegal immigration voices in national politics — has made repeal of the 14th Amendment a major cause.
Yes. Let’s hold hearings on the 14th Amendment. You know, the one with the Equal Protection Clause? The one that made me and people like me a full person? Let’s allow these Tea Partying rightwing nutjobs to have a crack at rewriting the 14th Amendment.
Hell, let’s just send a copy of the Constitution to Sarah Palin and let her rewrite the whole damn thing. After all, Palin thinks that Obama doesn’t have the “cojones” for immigration reform. I’d love to read Sarah Palin’s Konstitooshion:
We the Thriller-jacket wearing People of the United States of Russian Alaska, in Order to form a more sexy Union…
::blows head off::