Senior Muerte

(Mr. Smith goes to Washington, er, except his name won't be Smith
and it
won't be Washington) by H. Millard (c) 2002

I haven't heard of any incursions into the U.S. by Iraqi soldiers. Not one. I have heard about many incursions by fully armed Mexican soldiers. These Mexican soldiers even kidnapped American rancher Bob Maupin a few years ago.

Bob MaupinIt seems that eight Mexican soldiers, in uniform and carrying automatic weapons crossed onto Mr. Maupin's ranch in rural San Diego County and tried to take him back across the border. Fortunately, Mr. Maupin was saved from a sure death at the hands of these enemy soldiers by the arrival of the U.S. Border Patrol. The U.S. government has tried to deny this incident happened. You can see photos of the captured Mexican soldiers at You can also read about many more Mexican attacks on U.S. citizens at that site. Mr. Maupin now patrols his ranch in a WWII half-track, because the federal government won't protect him.

I haven't heard about any Iraqi criminals attacking and killing American citizens on the streets of this nation. Not one. I have heard about thousands of such attacks by Mexican nationals. It happens every night all across the United States. Often, they will rob and kill American citizens and then rush back across the border where the Mexican government will keep them safe from extradition.

I haven't heard about any Iraqi attempt to change the American way of life to an Iraqi one, but I see many attempts by Mexicans to change the American way of life to a Mexican one.

I haven't heard of any claims made by Iraqis that they own large parts of the United States. Not one. I have heard of many such claims on our land by Mexicans who call large parts of the southwest U.S. Aztlan. In fact, a recent Zogby International poll found that 58 percent of Mexicans think that the U.S. southwest rightfully belongs to Mexico. The poll also found that 57 percent of Mexicans believe that they have the RIGHT to enter the U.S. without U.S. permission. Many of these Mexicans who want to retake the southwest for Mexico, consider Los Angeles to be the capital of Aztlan.

Mario ObledoI haven't heard any Iraqis say that "California is going to be an Arab state, and anyone who doesn't like it should leave. They should go back to Europe." I did hear Mario Obledo, a prominent Hispanic and a founder of MALDEF, say "California is going to be a Hispanic state, and anyone who doesn't like it should leave. They should go back to Europe." If you want to hear more about this and similar threats to the U.S. from America's real enemy instead of imaginary ones, go to

So, in light of all the above, what is President George Bush doing? Why, according to many news reports, he wants to attack Iraq. To get Americans ready to send their kids to kill and be killed, the administration is working overtime to demonize Iraq.

Saddam HusseinVincente FoxIt's gotten so bad that if Saddam Hussein sneezes in Baghdad while facing west, the propagandists trying to whip up war fever so young Americans will go shed blood, will probably say that it was a weapon of mass destruction and he was trying to attack the United States.

Meanwhile, as Mexicans actively try to take over the United States, Bush and his pals are saying that it's great for the economy, and that Mexico is our friend.

A guy named Hector Carreon who runs the La Voz de Aztlan web site, tells readers in a June 13 column on the site that under a new amendment to the Mexican federal electoral laws, Mexicans living in the U.S. will be able to go to voting booths set up in the U.S. to vote in Mexican elections. They will also, according to Carreon, be able to "send elected representatives to the Mexican lower house from their respective regions in Aztlan..." Remember, dear reader, "Aztlan" refers to the south west states of the United States, which many Mexicans claim is theirs. So, let me spell this out for you. Aztlan (south western United States) is going to send representatives to Mexico City to sit in their legislature. These representatives will then, no doubt, look for ways to help the people back home in their districts--IN THE FRIGGIN' UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! In other words, we're heading toward being governed from Mexico City.

What would the Bush administration say if Iraq set up voting booths in the U.S. and Iraqis could send representatives to Baghdad? And what would President Bush say if Baghdad claimed that the south west U.S. belonged to Iraq? Mexico gets a pass on everything evil it does to the U.S. and Iraq can't do anything good in Bush's eyes. Now, Iraq may be a problem for some countries way over there where it is located, but it is not the real and present danger that we face as a nation, today. Mexico is.

Jeb Bush  & FamilyYou may be excused, dear reader, if you think you've somehow fallen down a rabbit hole with Alice, but the inventing of imaginary enemies while ignoring real ones is the order of the day in Washington, where President Bush, perhaps because his brother Jeb is married to a Mexican woman, lets America be invaded by Mexico while distracting the population with talk of invading Iraq.

Hell, instead of using Iraq to distract Americans, as our nation is being taken over, why don't we just talk about attacking Lithunia or Greenland? You know, those other great evils in the world (and if they're not, the Bush propagandists can make many Americans think they are). Such talk should help keep Americans from seeing the real and present danger presented by Mexico, and we can probably invade those two countries with less loss of American life than would be the case if we invaded Iraq.

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