Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Sunday, August 07, 2005

I'm back to the...

...line about "Oh what a tattered web we weave". I found this at a site put up by a teacher in the California's Imperial Valley. The Moonbats seem only to have the ability to screech, but seem to be as stymied as Weepublicans when screeched at by Moonbats.

Isn't hypocrisy an interesting thing?

A few weeks ago, Mexican President
Vicente Fox uttered some remarks that
many considered to be racist toward
African Americans. He later expressed
"regret" over the comments but never
apologized for making them.And now CNN
is telling us that the Mexican Government
has issued a set of postage stamps that
features characters based on black stereotypes.

I remember that a few years ago the
State of California passed a law requiring
mandatory automobile liability insurance (or
other form of financial responsibility such as
a cash bond) for everyone operating a motor
vehicle within the state. Drivers of automobiles
and trucks with Mexican plates were expected
to comply with the law like everyone else.
Almost immediately, officials of the Mexican
Government began screaming charges of
"Racism!" Instead of confronting the rhetoric,
the state government quickly backed down;
drivers of autos with Mexican plates were
(and are) exempted from California's financial
responsibility law.

Of course drivers of American licensed
vehicles are routinely arrested, taken to jail,
and incarcerated by Mexican authorities for
being unable to pay compensation when they
are involved in auto accidents south of the border.

I also remember that a few years ago a number
of school districts in California's "Imperial" Valley
(where I teach) expressed concern over the large
number of youngsters from the border city of
Mexicali, Mexico, who were being driven across
the border each morning in order to illegally
attend Imperial County public schools. Predictably,
the local Mexican consul began the ceaseless cry of
"Racism!" into the microphones of our local broadcast
(English and Spanish) media. Attempts by school
officials to reduce the number of fraudulent
enrollments by watching for cars bearing Mexican
license plates dropping-off students (I've personally
witnessed this.) near school campuses were soon

During the last school year, several hundred students
living in Mexicali took advantage of continued lax
enforcement of residency requirements in order to
obtain a free education at taxpayer's expense. A
reporter for the local paper, The Imperial Valley
Press, just received an award for covering the story.

My guess is that nothing will change in the upcoming
school year; hundreds of children living in Mexicali
will continue getting a free K-12 education in Imperial
County public schools courtesy of the U.S. taxpayer.
Ironically, many of these students are from relatively
affluent families.And nobody will do a thing about it.

In Mexico, students must pay tuition to attend
public high school.

I've got a theory as to why Moonbat screeches are so effective, even on other Moonbats (which also accounts for Moonbat feeding frenzies). When the theory gets farther along, I'll turn it into a post. Gee, I could Winnie a Poohlizer Prise fer this...



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