Friday, March 20, 2009

MIACgate II: The Documents

Note: This report is very poorly written, as it contains spelling errors, grammatical errors, and poor sentence structure; it is therefore somewhat difficult to read. The documents are clickable for enlargement.


Elm said...

There is no way in hell that the South would be influenced by Mexico. Mexican food, good. Mexican politics, bad.

Son3 said...

True, but I don't think they'd have much of a choice with an illegal in every other house and cartels calling the shots in the Mexican government.

I don't think the South will be under Mexican "control" or "influence", except where cartels manage to escape Texas' A-10s.

RightKlik said...

The people who came up with this document should spend more time worrying about Islamic terrorism.

Son3 said...

Why should we worry about the cavemen?

The people who came up with this document are more of a threat to our country and the Constitution than any stone-age group of Neanderthals.

Seems to me that for every "terrorist act" committed Muslims there are ten times as many acts of treason by our civil servants.

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