Jay Leno has been doing a lot of jokes about the immigration issue, indicating some kind of cultural trend.
Of course, Leno actually lives in California, one of the hardest hit states.
You`ve probably heard this one:
You read about all these terrorists - most of them came here legally, but they hung around on these expired visas, some for as long as 10-15 years.Now, compare that to Blockbuster: you`re two days late with a video and those people are all over you. Let`s put Blockbuster in charge of immigration.Jay Leno on Homeland Security
On Friday he did this one:
President Bush has indicated that the President of Iran will receive a visa to come to the United States. I`m as shocked as you. You still need a visa to come to the U.S.? I thought they did away with that stuff years ago.
Newsmax One Liners, August 12, 2005
TWO JOKES (Quoted in a deeply stupid piece in the LA Times
: (One More Embrace, Then Slam the Door
, May 1, 2005)
Hundreds of private citizens will begin patrolling the Mexican border starting this weekend to try and stem the tide of illegal immigration into this country....Unfortunately, the pay is so low, the only people signing up are illegal immigrants who are already here.—Jay Leno, March 31I was reading some interesting facts about the new pope, Pope Benedict XVI. According to the New York Post, the new pope has never had a driver`s license. Hey, he should come to California. He`s an immigrant. We`ll give him one for free.— Jay Leno, April 22
For your edification, I`ve collected some more. Enjoy!
President Vicente Fox visited Arizona and demanded that we make immigration easier. As Jay Leno says, "How? By installing moving walkways?"Marian Jennings |Bush`s illegal-alien plan insults our intelligence"A Washington think tank has concluded that the job of finding and removing all the illegal immigrants
from the United States would cost $200 billion and take over five years. Unless we hired illegal immigrants. That
would cost us a tenth of the price."sandiego.indymedia.org | Jay Leno makes a joke about "illegal" immigrationHurricane Emily is hitting Mexico pretty hard. Luckily everyone down there is already up here.NewsMax.com: Liners Archive, July 19, 2005