Friday, August 11, 2006

I'm still here

Due to cost/time restrictions you will notice that I have not blogged for a whole day. Rest assured that I am still here but am exploring my options for possibly outsourcing the blog to India or a nice communist country such as China.

My other option is to declare this a blog that "Americans won't do" and simply... *radio cackles* what's that? *radio cackles* the phrase "Americans won't do" isn't playing well with the public? *radio cackles* so if I just say "blogs that Americans don't want to do" then we can fool the public? *radio cackles* Gotcha.a

So this is a blog that Americans don't want to do. Out with Daniel and in with Jorge Allejandro-Lopez-Martinez-Guttierez.

Dénos sus trabajos y mírelos como destruimos su cultura, arruinado sus escuelas, viole a sus hijas y envíe todo nuestro dinero del país. Viva la raza!

11 comments:

fish_on said...

For those who's spanish is a little rusty...

"Give us its works and look at as we destroy its culture, ruined its schools, violate its daughters and send all our money of the country. I live the race! "

Anonymous said...

Wow, That is incredible, you took one persons comment and make it seem as if it reprsents a group as a whole, if that is the case. We can say that everyone else is as hateful as Bruce the barber.

Anonymous said...

there no good jobs here--I quit an am going to Canada. at least up there it's too cold for thongs and I have a good chance to compete for work.

Robin said...

I really didn't have a comment on this article, so since I won't do it, I guess I'm going to have to outsource it.

can you direct me to the nearest blogger day labor site?

Big Mike Lewis said...
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Mike said...

Do they have blog welfare? Then you could afford to keep blogging and buy yourself a new Mustang.

Anonymous said...

A blogger day labor site... now thats funny!

Daniel said...

That is pretty clever Robin.

BEAR said...

fish_on, you blew the translation....it REALLY says, "we actually invented pizza, or as we call it, open-face tacos with aztlan sauce; oh, and long live rice, too!

BuildTheWall said...

Daniel,

Time to build a wall on the southern border to break the cycle of increased illegal aliens, awareness by public, awareness by Congress of the screams for reform, amnesty, promise to make sure it does not happen again by enforcing the laws, increased illegal aliens, awareness by public, awareness by Congress of the screams for reform, amnesty, promise to make sure it does not happen again by enforcing the laws and so on and so on and so on...

Here is our idea at www.CitizensForASecureBorder.org

Wall Construction (Not Fence)

25 feet tall above ground
15 feet into the ground
18 inches thick with 3 rows of re-bar reinforcement (40 feet of the wall is 18 inches thick, 5 feet at the bottom of the wall is actually 8 feet thick to comply and slightly exceed requirements for footing on a wall of this size). We are thinking that tilt construction will be the least expensive way to do this.
Guard stations that would be manned by the US Border Patrol on average every 10 miles depending on terrain (not all manned at the same time, but would be illegal crossers would not know which ones were manned and which ones were currently empty).
A road that would have been built to do the construction on the wall anyway would be set up for easy response by the agents behind our wall to attempted breaches.
Additionally piping will run through the wall to allow wiring for lights, cameras, motion detectors, seismic detectors, bull horns, etc.
Ecosystems subject to easy damage will be considered in construction methods for those areas.
Benefits of a wall (Not a fence)

Create a strong psychological barrier when looking up at the wall. That alone will stop a significant number of attempts to illegally cross the borders.
Help keep Personnel Costs to a minimum vs. always adding more bodies. With personnel always being the most costly part of any business equation, the wall adds additional cost savings long term.
Once built, the wall would not be subject to budget cuts or the political whims of our politicians.
Actual barrier that poses significant challenges to would be illegal crossers.
Unlike a fence, it can not be cut, easily climbed, easily dug under or driven right through.
Stop most if not all of 2.6 million successful illegal crossings into the US.
Stop most of the $50 billion in drugs run by land across our southern border.
Stop potential terrorists from sneaking through our porous borders.
Stop most if not all of the inhumane deaths in the desert by thirst for illegal aliens (460 died in 2005 alone).
Slow would be crossers and provide ample time for Agents to respond to an attempted crossing (Motion Detectors and monitored cameras alert the Border Patrol long before they even try and scale the wall).
Prevent errant bullets from the Mexican side of the wall from striking US Citizens and Border Patrol Agents (unlike a fence).
Bring back law and order to the Chaos that is our border.
Help prevent the continued decrease of wages for lower income US Citizens.
Reduce the number of unemployed or underemployed US Citizens due to surplus of labor in the US.
Prevent additional net negative impact to our US Tax Coffers due to social services and infrastructure use by illegal aliens.
Force Mexico primarily (as they represent 56r more of the illegal alien population) and other foreign nations to address their poverty problems from within and seek help from the US via legal means.
Help preserve the American standard of living for you and your posterity.

Anonymous said...

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