Saturday, February 14, 2009

Group Seeks Driver Certificates for Illegal Immigrants in Wisconsin

"'We're not talking about criminals here, . . .' said Tony Baez, president and CEO of the Council for the Spanish Speaking."

No, they're not criminals. They broke the law with their very first act in the United States, but they're not criminals. No. And they continue to break the law with every day that they spend in our country illegally, but they're not criminals. No.

And the people who steal from you are not criminals, either. In fact, all the people who break all the laws all over our country are not criminals. No. They and what they do may be technically "illegal," but they're not criminals. No.

What a dolt I am to think that breaking laws makes you a criminal. Boy, my parents sure screwed up when they taught me right from wrong.


OrbsCorbs said...

Oh yeah, and they have jobs, too, so they can't be criminals. Jobs that are illegal for them to have and that take work from our own citizens - but they're not criminals. No.

And they're currently driving to those jobs without licenses or insurance. Too bad for you if you're involved in an accident with one, because they're not criminals. No. Driving without a license or insurance may seem like a criminal act, but it only is if YOU do it, not an illegal alien. No.

Beejay said...

Orbs, I, too, am fed up with all the rights that illegals are being granted. I am tired of them suing people in a court of law, admitting they are illegals and not be hoisted right back across the border. No, I don't want to pay for their room and board in our jails, but kick them right back where they came from. And I want their lawyers' fees not to be paid by my tax dollars either.

And I am also tired of this Spanish subtitle stuff that is appearing at the bottom of my TV screen on ABC. I don't know if that happens nationwide or not, but here in Florida it does.

I think I might be a bit unreasonal when it comes to this topic. But I know when I go to a foreign country, I don't expect the citizens of that country to be able to converse with me in English. And I expect to have to show my passport and be granted entry to that country LEGALLY.

Oh, Orbs, I feel so much better.

OrbsCorbs said...

Main Entry: criminal
Function: noun
Date: circa 1626

1 : one who has committed a crime


OrbsCorbs said...

I was involved in two accidents this past year, both of them caused by the other drivers, both of them Spanish speaking who could not communicate in English (ever try to exchange information with someone who doesn't speak the language that the rules of the road are in?), both of them without insurance, and only one of them with a license.

Just try to collect. Just try. So far I have been threatened by telephone dozens of times. These are the wonderful "immigrants" to our country, flaunting the laws left and right, spitting on our flag, and demanding "rights' for their criminal activity.

Anonymous said...

And you think your vote doesn't count? It's gonna be a fun next four years.