Thursday, May 06, 2010

Protesto

Phoenix 5-1-2010




Merrily

11 comments:

18Echo said...

Last time we played Cowboys and Mexicans we gained Texas.

Play around and play around and you will go home crying...

BobG said...

I thought they already owned California...

Kristopher said...

If we beat them again, just take the northernmost states, and deport the current residents to Mexico.

Then open the area up to homesteading.

You ca bet they will deport us afterward if the dems give them any US states.

Gerry said...

A young Lt. George Patton, working for Blackjack Pershing, came back from their hunt across the border for Pancho Villa's thugs with several of them draped across the hood of his car.

...just a thought....

Anonymous said...

Only Mexicans are allowed to own land in Mexico. That is why the place is a shithole, and an economic basket case.

Casca

cmblake6 said...

Belt fed weapons, intersecting fields of fire. There would be no innocents in that group. None.

Anonymous said...

My first thought was that he is an agent provocateur simply because no one could be so stupid as to think that sign would be effective. Then I remembered that there are democratic politicians reading that sign too...

Trevor

Anonymous said...

Treaties of Velasco, May 14, 1836
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Feb 2, 1848
Gadsden Purchase, Jun 24, 1853

Okay to wear my flag shirt on those days, jefe?

--Jimmy don\'t play that

franco said...

A big wildfire broke out near Flagstaff today.

Coincidence?

Gayle Miller said...

I actually have been considering retiring to a town in the hills above guadalajara - full of Canadian and American ex-pats, English spoken primarily - hell, can't find that HERE - why not do a reverse reconquista!

Anonymous said...

Gayle:

Because in Ol' Mexico you don't have the right to arms. When the sh!t hits the fan, you'll be hundreds of miles from the nearest friendly you can really trust, with no safe water supply, and be dependent upon the charity of third world folks who don’t really like gringos, whose ancestors believed that cutting out human hearts and then eating the bodies was a proper daily religious observance.

If you don't mind that dry, dry heat, move to Texas, New Mexico, or I understand conditions are improving rapidly in Arizona now!

Armageddon Rex

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