Cinco de Mayo yo

I think we all need to hit the brakes for a minute, or two, and honor the great people who brought us numerous wondrous joys such as Taco Bell, Guacamole, Tequila, Illegally smuggled drugs, Corona, Fire Sauce, Burritos, Chipotle, Moe’s, Fast and the Furious III, and of course hardworking illegal immigrants that take the jobs that we refuse out of sheer unchecked pride or profound laziness.  I honestly feel for these people and in honor of all of the heat they take on a daily basis trying to feed their kids, I would like to urge everyone to harness the great American power of capitalism and go spend some of your crisis stash on a case of Corona’s, a 3 gallon tub of guacamole from Costco, and a finely crafted Burttito Bowl™!  Oh wait only American entrepreneurs will profit from that, hell just stick to the drugs…  

On a serious note I believe that immigration reform is absolutely necessary to end the injustices and discriminations that are lodged upon the Mexican-American community, here’s a clever article on 7 reasons why immigration reform would benefit both involved parties.

Viva la Texican Burger!  

p.s. Swine Flu wtf…really not Mexico’s fault

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~ by djhoff on May 5, 2009.

One Response to “Cinco de Mayo yo”

  1. The age-old pesky U.S.-Mexico border problem has taxed the resources of both countries, led to long lists of injustices, and appears to be heading only for worse troubles in the future. Guess what? The border problem can never be solved. Why? Because the border IS the problem! It’s time for a paradigm change.

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