Friday, May 26, 2006

I Won't Press One for English

This week I was shocked early one morning to find a paper on my front lawn. I stopped my subscription to the Tulsa Whirled over two years ago in complete disgust of their agenda. But it was not the Whirled, but La Semana del Sur. One was deposited in each of my neighbor's lawns as well. I live near the Farm Shopping Center in mid-Tulsa, not near 21st and Garnett.

This paper is touted to be bi-lingual and indeed most articles are translated into English, that's right, translated into English, because it is primarily a spanish language newspaper.

The articles are geared to Central and South Americans with titles such as, "Militares en frontera divide a latinoamericanos" translated "Latin Americans divided over U.S. troops on border". There is a section on Columbia, a major article on Brazil, and things of interest in Bolivia, Mexico and Spain.

Unwittingly, these people have symbolically slapped us right in the face. They brought the illegal immigration issue right to our doorstep. Without that, there would not be enough spanish-as-a-first-language people here to support a spanish newspaper. I heard more radio stations are going all spanish too.

We have been and are being invaded. Pure and simple. It was the Federal government's responsibility to protect each state from invasion and they have abrogated this absolute duty. The next step is for CITIZENS to petition our state legislatures to detain and deport anyone in the state illegally. Any employer found to have hired an illegal should be heavily fined and thrown into prison for a multi-year term.

The genie is out of the bottle and the devil is in the details.

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