Amnesty = Lunacy
President Barack Obama—who would never lie…at least not intentionally…or at least he wouldn’t admit it…recently spoke at a Massachusetts school where he claimed that “30 to 40 percent” of the pupils are “DREAM kids,” which basically means that they are dreaming if they think they are here legally. He added that “our future rests on their success.” [Didact: Uh, hey President Jackass, have you even bothered to travel to Mexico recently? If you want that for your future, you're an even bigger numbskull than I thought.]
Is this encouraging?
Most of the DREAMers are from Mexico, a nation of 120 million whose residents love their country so much, they keep fleeing it to live in the United States.
Apart from a mean IQ of 87, what will these diminutive and swarthy newcomers bring to the table in terms of success? In his book Travels in Mexico and Life Among The Mexicans, Frederick Albion Ober speaks of the nation’s “inventive genius.”
OK, then, what have Mexicans invented?
“Toss a plate of nachos in the microwave and pop open a cerveza, America—you have seen your future.”
We are told that the ancient Aztecs invented chocolate, chewing gum, and popcorn—well, they didn’t exactly invent popcorn, but at least they shared some with their Spanish conquerors, which shows that they are a fundamentally nice and generous people. They also allegedly invented “mandatory, universal education” and “were familiar with the wheel” but only saw fit to use it in children’s toys rather than as an aid in conveying post-pubescent Aztecs across great stretches of dry terrain. It is also common knowledge that the Aztecs were pioneers in open heart surgery. [Didact: Fun bunch, the Aztecs. So much so that they managed to beat out the Celts, a bunch of bat-s*** insane adrenaline junkies who painted themselves blue and shouted a lot and got into a lot of fights- rather like Portsmouth fans, actually- as one of the most terrifying civilisations in history.]