Monday, June 17, 2013

El Gringo Viejo Is the Only One Making Sense of the Immigration Issue

Listen to him. Please.

From Marco Rubio to Rush Limbaugh, no one is making as much sense on the issue of immigration and "amnesty" as El Gringo Viejo. You owe it to yourselves to spread the link to his post far and wide.

Ignore, please, feeling superior about his spelling mistakes, which are the genuine evidence of fervor and fire from the heart. In this matter, the brain has little to say, anyway -- because this is a question of the law written upon our hearts.

El Gringo lives on both sides of the border -- and he knows whereof he speaks.


  1. Sorry, Mike Alsobrook -- your comment does not meet the standards of this blog, and will go unpublished. If you care to be objective rather than ad hominem, and support your assertions with facts and reason, then you might get a second chance.

    But you might want to know that you are in the definite minority. This post has been online for less than 12 hours, and already has garnered a number of "thumbs-up", far more than the average post here.

  2. Objectively, Homo Sapiens and shell less animals from from the taxonomic class Gastropoda are not the same thing. Subjectively (if it is allowed), comparing our neighbors to slugs is vile (extremely unpleasant). I am perfectly okay with being in the minority when it comes to that opinion.

  3. You are too kind. Repairs have been made to the poor words made injured by the haste of fervour.

    Some of the errors come from English spelling. Most of the errors are from being sloppy.

    It is just so blitheringly frustrating, this entire faux "immigration reform" matter. Thank you ever so much for the kind words. Diana was jumping up and down after working through the Napoleonic Disaster report from Mr. Hugo. I had to gaze through bleary eyes, holding a spatula (my only sceptre) to see that we have a true friend.

    Thanks, once again, for your kind words. Better spelling is out promise. Misspelling grumps me out also.
    El Gringo Viejo

  4. I am publishing your revised comment, Mike A., even though I think it more appropriate for you to have submitted it over at El Gringo Viejo’s place. I do not want to get sidetracked here into policing the tone of someone else’s blog (moreover, his second paragraph makes clear, I think, that the terminology you criticize stems from certain politicians here, and not from the author).

    The reason I linked to his piece was for its message: that the solution to our immigration problem is not more amnesty, but less welfare benefits for non-citizens and undocumented aliens. No one prominent in public office or radio or TV is making that point, and that is why I wanted to bring it to people’s attention.