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May 1, 2006

Let's Try a Decade Without an Illegal Alien

The boycott component of today's show of force on behalf of illegal aliens' "right" to disregard our laws and our sovereignty was spun by its organizers as a "Day Without an Immigrant." They know that America would never want to go a day without immigrants.

A day without illegal aliens, however, is quite another matter. As Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO) points out, it would have more than few advantages, including these:

  • There would be 20% fewer patients in emergency rooms across the Southwest.
  • Maternity billings to Medi-Cal would drop by 66%.
  • Gang membership would drop by 50% in some states.
  • Phoenix would see a 34% drop in child molestation and a 40% drop in auto theft.
  • The methamphetamine supply would dry up in some areas.
  • The Border Patrol would make 3,500 fewer apprehensions.
  • Colorado taxpayers would save about $3,000,000 on public services, its K-12 classrooms would be less crowded by 131,000 students, and its jails and prisons would have 10% fewer inmates.
  • DUI arrests — not to mention traffic fatalities — would take a significant dip.
  • Thousands of construction workers unwilling to work for third-world wages with no benefits would get their jobs back for a day.

Why settle for a day? We ought to follow up the phony "Day Without an Immigrant" with a very real "Decade Without an Illegal Alien."

Hat tip: Byron

Apparently not everyone read the memo about waving American flags for the cameras.

Posted by Van Helsing at May 1, 2006 8:53 PM


Wow, advantage Anglo !

Its funny,I never thought of that :)

Yeah, we could "start off" with a decade.

Posted by: mickey at May 1, 2006 9:28 PM

Sign me up. I live in Mexifornia and am sick of a bunch of criminals demanding anything of America. Deport their asses ASAP.

Posted by: Mark McGilvray at May 2, 2006 1:43 PM