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Old 07-02-2011, 10:08 PM
 
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This isn't the country I grew up in anymore. It used to be a place where hardworking Americans could make an honest living, support their families, and feel safe walking the streets. It used to be a place that rewarded decency and fairness. But now, thanks to the millions of illegal immigrants crossing our borders every year, all that's changed—and I for one have had enough. So listen up, Mexicans: Stop cooking all that mouthwatering food that I cannot stop consuming and go home!
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:09 PM
 
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I guess I can make do with Nathans Coney Island hotdogs instead of tacos
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Old 07-03-2011, 06:46 AM
 
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I guess I can make do with Nathans Coney Island hotdogs instead of tacos
No need for that. There are enough Hispanic citizens here who own restaurants that can provide Mexican food. One can learn to cook it at home also. It mostly consists of torillas, beans, meat and rice anyway. How hard can that be to learn how to cook it? I make great enchiladas for a white woman. No need to import millions of illegals from south of our border for "the food".
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Old 07-03-2011, 07:49 AM
 
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No need for that. There are enough Hispanic citizens here who own restaurants that can provide Mexican food. One can learn to cook it at home also. It mostly consists of torillas, beans, meat and rice anyway. How hard can that be to learn how to cook it? I make great enchiladas for a white woman. No need to import millions of illegals from south of our border for "the food".
Yes, the American hispanics already tended to make all that food here. It doesn't justify bringing all of Mexico and Central America into the USA anymore than liking Chinese food means we have to bring everyone born in China to the USA or exempt them from the laws that apply to others.
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Old 07-03-2011, 11:13 AM
 
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One can learn to cook it at home also. It mostly consists of torillas, beans, meat and rice anyway. How hard can that be to learn how to cook it?
Well you could use this argument for anything. You can mow your own grass so if I prevent you from doing business with someone who offers to mow yards then it's no big deal. You can wash your own dishes so if I prevent you from hiring someone to wash your dishes then it's no big deal. You can fix your own toilet so if I prevent you from doing business with a plumber it's no big deal.


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I make great enchiladas for a white woman. No need to import millions of illegals from south of our border for "the food".
You're celebrating that foreign culture?
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Old 07-03-2011, 03:15 PM
 
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Well you could use this argument for anything. You can mow your own grass so if I prevent you from doing business with someone who offers to mow yards then it's no big deal. You can wash your own dishes so if I prevent you from hiring someone to wash your dishes then it's no big deal. You can fix your own toilet so if I prevent you from doing business with a plumber it's no big deal.




You're celebrating that foreign culture?
Why would I have a problem with "minority" cultures in this country just as long as the members of that group are here legally?
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Old 07-03-2011, 03:31 PM
 
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No need for that. There are enough Hispanic citizens here who own restaurants that can provide Mexican food. One can learn to cook it at home also. It mostly consists of torillas, beans, meat and rice anyway. How hard can that be to learn how to cook it? I make great enchiladas for a white woman. No need to import millions of illegals from south of our border for "the food".
I should have added /sarcasm at the end of my post...

I can do without mexican food.....
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Old 07-03-2011, 03:37 PM
 
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I should have added /sarcasm at the end of my post...

I can do without mexican food.....
Oh, I knew you were being sarcastic. I just wanted to add my two cents worth to it.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:26 PM
 
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No need for that. There are enough Hispanic citizens here who own restaurants that can provide Mexican food. One can learn to cook it at home also. It mostly consists of torillas, beans, meat and rice anyway. How hard can that be to learn how to cook it? I make great enchiladas for a white woman. No need to import millions of illegals from south of our border for "the food".
Exactly. Dallas has a chain of Mexican restaurants (El Fenix) that has operated for close to 100 years, and tons of other mom and pop places owned by people who were *gasp* born here.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:30 PM
 
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Exactly. Dallas has a chain of Mexican restaurants (El Fenix) that has operated for close to 100 years, and tons of other mom and pop places owned by people who were *gasp* born here.
It's all a part of the desperate tactics that the pro-illegal use to justify their presence here starting with "but they are doing jobs Americans won't do" down to this latest desperate one of "but how will we get Mexican food"? If it weren't so pathetic one could also laugh at this nonsense.
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