Virginia Tech Massacre
By Gavin Piercy
April 21, 2007
Mr. Bell has hit on a great idea. Just restricting the rights
of immigrants and non-natural-born citizens isn't enough. As
he said, non-natural born citizens shouldn't be allowed in.
America would be much better off without the countless immigrants
that have slowed the advancement of the arts, sciences and humanities
of our loving country. Just to prove my point I have included
a list of some of the more notorious evil immigrants along with
their notable detraction from our society:
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Austrian-born actor, bodybuilder and
Governor of California.
Jerry Yang - Taiwanese-born Co-Founder of Yahoo.
Andrew Grove - Hungarian-born Founder of Intel Corp
Andrew Carnegie - Scottish-born Business/Industry Mogul who later
sold his business and donated his fortune to cultural, educational
and scientific institutions.
Hyman Rickover - Russian-born Inventory, Father of the American
Nuclear Navy and inventor of the Nuclear Submarine.
Kahil Gibran - Lebanese-born Author. The best selling poet of
the 20th century after Shakespeare and Loa Tze. During the 20th
Century his book The Prophet was America's second best selling
book, beaten only by The Bible.
Albert Einstein - German-born Scientist. Greatest physicist
of the twentieth century.
John Muir - Scottish-born Naturalist. Remembered as the Father
of Our National Park System.
Joseph Pulitzer - Hungarian-born Publisher. Founder of the Pulitzer
prize for journalistic excellence.
Irving Berlin - Russian-born Author/Playwright/Song Writer.
Wrote There s No Business Like Show Business, Annie Get Your
Gun, "White Christmas, Easter Parade and God Bless America."
Alfred Nobel - Swedish-born Chemist, engineer, innovator, armaments
manufacturer and the inventor of dynamite. Founded the Nobel
Prizes for physical science, chemistry, medical science, literary
work, and peace.
As you can clearly see America
would be much better off without such godless souls in our midsts.
As such I urge everyone to write their congressmen in an attempt
to put this great idea into action.
Received April 19, 2007 - Published April 21, 2007
About: "A life-long Ketchikan
resident who loves satire and hates senseless discrimination."
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