The Fulford File, By James Fulford
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Late Amnesty; etc

[See also Bushies, Treason Lobby Conspire To Extend 1986 Amnesty! By Juan Mann, December 1,2003]

Here's a story about a lawsuit over the IRCA amnesty: 150,000 illegal aliens in California are getting a second chance to apply for the 1986 amnesty, which they didn't qualify for at the time. (Mostly because they left the country while illegally resident and entered illegally again.) [Immigration amnesty reopens By Jessie Mangaliman San Jose Mercury News May. 25, 2004]

This is the so-called "late amnesty" class that the Hispanic lobby has been agitating about for years.

Here's the short version: these are people who were illegal in 1986, missed their chance to be legalized in the IRCA shambles, and therefore should have gone home.

Instead, they've been living illegally in the US for 18 years.

Now they're getting their "second chance." And no one is supposed to ask about those illegal 18 years.

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Bring It On!

There's a new propaganda film called "A Day Without a Mexican," [Trailer] by Sergio Arau, based on the offensive idea that Americans are unable to function without Mexican help.

Ruben Navarrette [email him], another professional token media Hispanic in the Roger Hernandez mold, claims in his syndicated column that:

"Mexican immigrants could bring America to a standstill by not picking up a hoe, washing a dish, swinging a hammer or doing any of the multitude of tasks for which foreigners are now responsible on an average day.

"So the filmmakers asked: What if there were suddenly a day without Mexicans?

"We get the answer after a mysterious fog sweeps across California, removing all Latinos and leaving behind economic distress, food shortages, work stoppages and civil unrest. The fog also leaves behind scores of helpless Anglos who have grown so accustomed to being catered to by their Latino maids, gardeners and nannies that they have forgotten how to take care of themselves." [A day without Mexicans is like — Oh, my God, May 26, 2004]

This is nonsense, of course. The United States got along fairly well without a massive invasion of Mexican peasants for two hundred years. But, like the similar films [The Day After and The Day After Tomorrow] made as anti-American and as environmentalist propaganda, it will convince many of the its more gullible viewers to believe things that aren't true.

The title obviously leads to the following game, which you can play at home, if you like. Complete this sentence:

"A day without Mexicans is like a day without …."?

Here are some of's answers: "A day without Mexicans is like a day without …."

You try it!  It might give you some ideas

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