Angry New Yorker

Sunday, March 26, 2006
Illegal Immigration Madness

Some days we wonder if somehow we were in a car accident or knocked unconscious years ago, or simply feel asleep under a sycamore like some modern day Rip Van Winkle and awoke TODAY in a by comparison distant crazy future. How else to explain recent mass rallies by illegal immigrants whereby those here ILLEGALLY -- as in unlawfully, as in breaking the law -- somehow put forth the proposition that they're entitled to not only gather enmass, but in doing so make demands on the rightful citizens of the sovereign country of the United States. It's madness. We can't imagine going to say, Bermuda, staying illegally and then getting on a soapbox in the town square to tell the people of Bermuda they should give us a cabana on the beach, benefits and a path to citizenship. The thought of it, the sheer gall required, would never enter our heads.

On the plus side, these marches by illegal aliens are working to ensure they sign their own deportation orders, because marches by illegal aliens do NOTHING but harden citizens against them and guarantee passage of stricter immigration laws. We'd certainly vote to deport the lot, no matter the cost, were it put to a referendum. Out you go, and don't let the door hit you on the way.

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