Friday, March 7, 2008

The Right To Succeed?...

...the cold fact is that today, too many people go around the system and sneak into America from countries with markedly lower and even non-existent health standards. But these people are bringing more than just cheap labor with them… In some of these countries - Mexico included - diseases that you only read about in Victorian novels (cholera, TB, typhoid, and even plague) are daily occurrences. It's no coincidence that all of these diseases are now on the rise right here in the U.S.
That's right: Diseases we did away with long ago are "mysteriously" beginning to reemerge. These are the same diseases that terrorized Americans for hundreds of years. Maybe it's been too long for everyone to remember what it was like when people lived in constant fear of diseases like these. Surely if they remembered, alarm bells would be sounding loud and clear-and people wouldn't worry so much about the need for cheap labor, and the fear of being perceived as racist. What a load of bull.
You can call me a racist all you want, but if turning a blind eye to (or heaven forbid, welcoming with open arms) these illegals means opening up my children's children to these awful diseases, you can forget it.
Allow me to put some names to these faces of disease. I just hope that you never have to meet them.
-you can read the rest here

This has been written about before here, but it always needs repeating.
The destruction that is occurring to our nation is not something which can be ignored forever.
There are Dark Days ahead...

Thanks to self-destructive "alternative lifestyles," out-of-control immigration, the overuse of antibiotics and other causes, long-"vanquished" illnesses are once again ravaging the U.S., puzzling scientists and terrifying millions of victims and their loved ones.
The once-"conquered" scourge of tuberculosis has made a terrifying comeback, especially in America's inner cities...
Leprosy, the contagious skin disease evoking thoughts of biblical and medieval times, is now making its mark in the United States, and many believe the influx of illegal aliens is the main factor.
Other diseases once virtually unknown in America, like Chagas disease and Dengue fever, are cropping up in southern border areas, while old and much-feared plagues like polio and malaria are also on the upswing.
Compounding all of this, the astronomical number of illegal aliens swarming into the United States is forcing the closure of dozens of hospitals, spreading previously vanquished diseases and threatening to destroy America's prized health-care system.

It's always interesting though, to hear those (who have not thought this open borders catastrophe through) illegal defenders fall back on the, "Then who will do these jobs?"

If you hear this nonsense, simply retort, "I guess, no one."
Remind them that no one has a Constitutional right to a work force or to succeed in business...