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Excuse Me, Senor: In America, Its May 5th--NOT Cinco de Whatever!
by John W Lillpop   
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Last edited: Saturday, May 03, 2008
Posted: Saturday, May 03, 2008

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Why do so many people get excited about a foreign holiday here in 'Merica?

 

 

 

 















By John W. Lillpop

When and how did so many otherwise level headed Americans become obsessed with celebrating a foreign holiday here in God's country?

I refer, of course, to the madness concerning the 5th of May which has been transformed into a national day of drunkenness, civil disobedience, and irreverence, all in the name of celebrating Mexico, a failed, third world, foreign culture!

Why do we bother with Cinco de Mayo when there are no are no similar days set aside to celebrate the cultures of Poland, or Afghanistan, or Japan?

In fact, there are innumerable nations that are more worthy of celebrating than the dismal sewer known as Mexico.

The rejoinder, of course, is that we need to break out in protest marches and terminal alcohol poisoning in order to honor the large Mexican population here in America.

To which the logical rejoinder is: A huge percentage, and perhaps a majority, of the Mexicans in America are here illegally! Do not belong here, have no right to be here!

What America really needs is a new "Invasion Free" day," to augment, but not replace, July 4.

Our new Invasion Free day can be established and celebrated once goof balls in Congress and the White House act to enforce our existing immigration laws by issuing a carte blanche deportation order that directs all local, state, and federal agencies to join in a cooperative effort to root out and kick out the 38 million or so illegal vermin currently plaguing America.

An "Invasion Free" day is what America really needs, instead of some foreign Cinco de Whatever nonsense!


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Reviewed by John Lillpop 5/4/2008
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 5/3/2008
I wonder what God thinks of us when we refer to those who are also of His creation with words like sewer? Especially speaking of a whole nation. Does the mere fact of living on a certain side of the Rio Grande make us superior beings? Are we not all in the same category as Saint Paul once labeled us? This article seems to be missing some positive points.



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