I picked this up on another forum, and lot of it rings true. Most
guys I know can relate to at least <<some>> of this, and I don't think
it has much to do with what color, creed, religion or affiliation you
have. It has a lot to do with being a man, though.
If they had just put "American Male" in the article as their
reference, I think it would have been a lot more popular, and probably
rung a bit more true.
It touches on things my buddies and I have been talking about for some
time. Never in the company of strangers, though.
I have to agree. I saw Hillary talking to a large group of "voters" that
will probably be voting in the election. One stepped up to her and started
rattling off something in the only language that she probably knew, Spanish.
Probably something to the tune of "We will vote early and often on election
day, VIVA MEXICO".
Yeah, it's all because of those damn Mexicans. And before that it was
those Boat People, and before that it was those Jews, and before that it
was those Irish, and before that it was those damn Puritans.
Well, Hillary does have other legitimate voters but the group she was
speaking was 99% Mexican and I only heard Spanish. The part that gripes me
is that they will vote legally or not and that is a real problem in the
Houston area. Houston these days is a majority population of Hispanics.
Then last spring and summer the Mexicans were holding illegal marches
carrying the Mexican flag and the US flag upside down below it chanting take
back Texas. This was happening in Houston. The Mexican kids were skipping
school to attend with their parents.
Anything is possible. As a man, I really like Senator McCain. He is by
far the most admirable politician I can recall, maybe since the days
of "I Like Ike," back when I was too young to vote. I do NOT like his
support of the war in Iraq, but, then, I don't like Clinton's take
there, either, with an immediate pull-out. Obama doesn't seem to have
a take, except that he's agin those who voted for it. And that's what
worries me about Obama: he is for change and against a couple of
things, but what change, why, and how much? Sure, we need to kick out
the rascals. We always need that. We need to change direction. No
question. But let's have a word or two on what direciton he thinks the
country should go, and how it should be working to get there. Don't
talk to me about change unless you have some express changes in mind.
Someone speaks Spanish and you conclude that not only are
they Mexican, but also illegal.
I've got news for you, this is the United States of America and our
citizens are free to speak any damn language they choose.
That and they don;t have any particular reason to try.
I found it very interesting that in the voter id case recently
heard by the USSC, the persons defending the law were
unable to cite a single documented case of some one not
eligible to vote impersonating a registered voter at the
I guess some people think that there is a vast left or right
wing conspiracy to hire armies of illegals to impersonate
dead voters at the polls. The sheer logistics of managing
such a thing at all, let alone keeping it a secret, dissuade
any sensible person from believing that is how voter
fraud is done.
I have know first hand experience but my guess is that after
stuffing the ballot box (or the technological equivalent thereof)
the perpetrator then goes to the registry and enters a number
of signatures for no shows, equal to the number of phony votes.
Some of those no shows will be dead of course.
A friend works the polls in Altadena CA. In the recent primary
they had one more vote cast than there were signatures
of registered voters on registry. She said that is the closest
they have ever come to the two being equal.
I'm confident that voter fraud is committed by a few persons
among the poll workers.
Yeah, Clonton spoke to the lady and she jabbered back to her in Spanish.
Not too many legals attending political meetings that do not speak English.
When you run in to whold groups of Hispanics that cannot speak English
regardless of age, they are typically illegal.
You don't say.
Ok, I'll let you slide on this one because you simply are not aware of the
problem. I have a friend that is heavily involved in the election
procedures and processes during the elections. He has mentioned time and a
gain how much voter fraud goes on every election. As I mentioned they vote
early and often, different locations under different names and
On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 15:05:16 +0000, Fly-by-Night CC wrote:
Did everyone see the recent prediction that our population would reach
approx 450 million by 2050?
I don't care if they're white, black, brown,red, yellow, or polka-dotted,
that many people is bad news! We'll probably have to conquer Canada for
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