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    • Sam The Sham
    • 17.04.06 | 09:13 (IDT)

    It's not a flood of Mexicans! Its a flood of everybody! There are Mexicans, Chinese, Guatemalans, Hatians and Canadians and more. The ones coming from Mexico are principally Mexican but a lot are coming from Central America. President Bush even made a special exemption for employers employing illegal aliens so New Orleans could get cleaned up. But I've spoken with an Arizona Highway Patrol worker who has told me at least one terrorist has been caught crossing into Arizona. There's a lot the public doesn't know about. The good news is that Islamists will remain a minority for a long time because the Hispanics are principally Catholic. The bad news is that the border is so porous that there are probably terrorists already here. The flow of immigrants back and forth from Mexico relieves the social and economic pressures inside of Mexico. A total cutoff would certainly lead to social upheaval and problems the U.S. and Israel don't necessarily need right now. Selah!

    from the article: A flood of Mexicans
    First published 00:00 17.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 17.04.06
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