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20 October 2007

The MexFiles gets mail:

Date: Fri Oct 19 19:11:52 2007


If you haven’t figured it out yet I dislike Illegal immigrant Mexicans very much – why? Because they are changing my country’s culture. They figure if they come here and drop a kid here then they can stay, think again Americans are up in arms against Illegal Immigrants and are forcing the politicians to change their ways. When the next president takes office NAFTA will be repealed and the Illegal employers will be jailed and all Illegal Mexicans will be thrown over the fence. I personally have started a petition to allow all legal citizens to carry firearms and enforce the Immigration laws anywhere in the United States. 80% of Legal American Citizens support enforcement of immigration laws and deportation of all Illegal Immigrants. We are also starting a petition to strip all children born to illegals of citizenship. We are tired of the disrespect of our laws, customs, Language, and just unacceptable behavior of Illegal Latinos within the United States and we are changing the Laws to force the Illegal’s to return to their country’s – This is My Country not the Mexicans and we are Pissed off and going to change things so watch out…

Mr Reno Native American Citizen…

Native American, huh? Like Geronimo, Handsome Lake, Dr. Carlos Montezuma? My Alsasian ancestors arrived in the United States in 1812, and have been voters and citizens since then (though they didn’t use English regularly until about 1900). Native Americans couldn’t vote until 1924, so quit whining.

UPDATE (21 October): Donald Reno sent me another e-mail, wanting to “recall” this e-mail. Hell no. What’s there to “recall” — as I recall, he sent me this piece of crap. I have every right to publish it, and every right to say he’s a fuckin’ moron (isn’t free speech a wonderful thing?).

The comment from “DinTN” showed up as probable “spam” (nearly everything I receive with more than two links is), and — in some ways it is spam — but I’ve decided to publish it anyway. The purpose of the Mex Files is to bring Mexican (and, by extension, Mexican immigrant) issues to a wider public. And, that includes what’s said — and written — by know-nothing idiots.

Sunlight is the best disinfectant, and if these weenies get their panties in a twist  when other, saner people point out that they’re worthless pieces of shit (or they face legal consequences for calling for terrorist acts) or it’s brought to their attention that they don’t have a fucking clue what they’re writing about… too damn bad.

If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.

7 Comments leave one →
  1. 20 October 2007 3:12 pm

    what a moron.

  2. jer miner permalink
    20 October 2007 3:59 pm

    Reno: good show, exactly what Americans are all for….keep going ,all the way, do not get discouraged, cause some want them here….Congress wants them here ….thats why they wont legislate against them…Big Payola time….would like to know what exactly you re planning to do, can we join?

  3. buzzo permalink
    21 October 2007 8:11 am

    sounds ike a solution but can we include congressmen

  4. DinTN permalink
    21 October 2007 12:52 pm

    Way to go Reno!
    Bill would eliminate automatic birthright citizenship for anchor babies!
    Ask your representative to support this bill!

    HR 1940 would end the practice of granting automatic citizenship to the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens. Nearly every other country, including all members of the European Union, requires that at least one parent be a citizen or permanent resident for a child to automatically become a citizen.
    The Birthright Citizenship Act of 2007, by Rep. Nathan Deal (R-GA), would amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to eliminate birthright citizenship.

    Our current policy results in over 300,000 additional citizens from anchor babies each year. The demographic impact is far greater because their families stay and bring in additional relatives. Anchor babies are eligible to sponsor their illegal alien parents and other relatives when they turn 21. Moreover, taxpayers pick up the tab for the medical costs and subsequent welfare outlays because of the child’s citizenship status.

    The 14th Amendment, passed to guarantee the citizenship of freed slaves, grants citizenship to anyone born here and “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States. HR 1940 acknowledges the right of birthright citizenship established by the 14th amendment to the Constitution, but says a person born in the United States is considered “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States only if one of the parents is a citizen, an alien lawfully admitted for permanent, or an alien performing active service in the armed forces.

    Please ask your Congressional representative to co-sponsor HR 1940. Send a FREE fax or an e-mail by entering your ZIP Code and clicking “Go!”

  5. 21 October 2007 7:03 pm

    Wow, 300,000 people? That’s almost 0.1% of the US population! How will we ever afford that kind of growth? And can we pass a bill to ban the 4 million babies born to citizens every year? ‘Cuz they must be costing us a fortune!

    Here’s one great thing we’ve gotten from immigrants: they expand out vocabulary. Without them, I’d never know that these guys were “putzes” or “douchebags.”

  6. el_longhorn permalink
    22 October 2007 4:10 pm

    But remember, it’a not about race!!

    PS HR 1940 wouldn’t do shit. The 14th Amendment is part of the C-O-N-S-T-I-T-U-T-I-O-N (I said it slowly for ya). Thus, any change would require a constitutional amendment.

  7. Bigjer permalink
    1 December 2007 5:56 am

    el_longhorn: thats what H.R. 1940 would do….it is the idea. Congress can change the Constitution on this particular Amendment … It is an illegal offering anyway…If challenged in SCOTUS, it would be declared un-constitutional, because it was intended only for slave babies….not every fool that came after.

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