Monday, April 03, 2006

Those key demographics

Before our public servants in the senate (waits for laughter to die down...) vote for actually enforcing our laws, respecting our sovereignty and doing what a majority of their constituents actually want, they need to consider the demographics that they will be alienating in an election year by not supporting amnesty:

Meth addicts. "Our habits support your economy."

Gang members. "Let our homies stay."

Farmers. "Without slavery we can't remain competitive."

People who marry illegal aliens. "I'm irresponsible so you should change to law, do it for my children who I care enough about to have married a criminal alien who could be deported at any time and leave them fatherless."

Illegal aliens. "Si, we vote in Oregon. Viva Lorna Youngs."

Corrections deputies. "Hey, I enjoy the overtime."

State Workers. "Our clients keep us in business. What do you mean it's not a 'business' when your goal is to give stuff away?"

Drug lords. "Don't interfere with our system of transportation."

The Wall Street Journal. "Don't interfere with the drug lords commerce. Commerce is everything and we will support it no matter what."

The Oregonian. "We heard it's the liberal thing to do."

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Oregonian. "We heard it's the liberal thing to do."

Daniel, Don't forget sleeper cell terroriost, "We are here,we know you want us at PSU.

Anonymous said...

Yes, 5000 saudis's a year for the next 5 years. Whos going to watch the saudi's while there here? The Enemy Within.

Anonymous said...

TOM AND RANDY....THAT'S WHO!

Kaelri said...

An interview that might interest you. The bit about Reagan and amnesty, specifically.

Roger said...

Daniel, you mean YOUR 18th Street gang homies right?

http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/S50297.htm

Right

Thomas said...

Ah, Roger -
You just won't let it go, will you?

I guess you are the one person on this planet who never did wrong?

Can you teach us how you did that "walking on the water" trick?

Kaelri said...

Just out of curiosity, have you ever changed someone's mind and persuaded them to subscribe to your view of the world with rhetoric like that?

Daniel said...

Are you posing that question to me Kaelri? I have changed minds, not usually with one-liners or sarcastic quips but with facts, logic and evidence.

Reagan was wrong to grant amnesty.

And yes Roger, let's deport them or lock them up for their crimes.

Kaelri said...

Sorry, that was directed at Thomas, actually. I don't doubt you can be genuinely persuasive, Daniel, though at times it's easy to forget.

Thomas said...

Kalelri,

Nice to see you again.

You're right - flippancy, a definate fault of mine, has never changed anyones world view, and I don't expect it to. But roger seems to keep beating the same dead horse and I just got tired of it.

Thanks for bringing that up, though. I will have to remember to try and present my argument in a more rational and diciplined manner.


:-)

Anonymous said...

O_o