#90 Sep 10, 2013
I don't know why but that produce always tastes better when it's picked by a gringo. Maybe that's because gringos wash their hands. Nobody would mind paying a little extra for the better tasting, gringo picked produce.
#91 Sep 10, 2013
This is just more proof that we do not need illegals to pick produce. There are millions of people in this country that are qualified for nothing else. All we need to do is pay farm workers more than a person can make on welfare and get those who can work off of welfare and into the fields. It is amazing what a motivator hunger can be. If it can motivate people to sneak across the border to work on our farms it can motivate American born people who drop out of school to work in the fields. It will also motivate those in school to stay there if they know that rather than sitting on their asses and making babies they will have to work hard labor jobs if they want to eat.
“Land of Entrapment”
Since: Mar 11
#95 Sep 10, 2013
We know Juanito and his friends won't be picking any thing but the system. Riding on the backs of others like the carpet baggers they so are.
“Work hard at work worth doing.”
Since: Apr 11
#96 Sep 10, 2013
Pffft...this coming from the grand prevaricator of Topix...
#97 Sep 11, 2013
We just pick our noses and nuts to stay in practice in the offseason. Gringos are dedicated pickers.
“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”
Since: Nov 07
Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska
#98 Sep 11, 2013
But they don't do this!
Illegal Immigrants Dump Trash on Arizona
I've been thinking about Kindergarten lately, and the trash dumped on our
borderlands by illegal aliens. The connection isn't as tenuous as it might
seem, and I'll get to it in a moment, along with a modest proposal to deal
with this huge problem.
First, a question: Have you had your holy-smokes moment yet regarding our
illegal-immigration crisis? If not, travel to Arizona's border region, and
go off-road to the game trails, mountain passes and grassland flats that
make this area so magical.
In many places, the magic is gone, lost beneath piles of garbage.
If such a trip is impossible, look at the pictures accompanying this
article. They should provide a jolt, a visual boot to the backside, after
which you'll proclaim, "Holy smokes! I had no idea!"
Most people have no idea. These images should be beamed around the country
so everyone can understand Arizona's crucible.
How much trash has been dropped since this invasion began? Try 24 million
pounds, from the Colorado River to the New Mexico line. The federal Bureau
of Land Management made that estimate in 2007 and called it conservative.
The agency uses a formula of eight pounds of trash dropped per day, per
Based on this, we can look at certain federal lands and understand the
extent of the pileup. For example, at the peak of traffic in 2004 and 2005,
the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge near Sasabe, southwest of Tucson,
was getting 2,000 crossings a day, and that translates to 16,000 pounds of
trash a day.
In the early 2000s, the Tohono O'odham Reservation was getting 1,500
crossers daily and 12,000 pounds of trash. The tribe now has workers who
march out several times a week to do cleanups, says Gary Olson,
administrator of the tribe's solid-waste program. Between September 2004 and
December 2008, his workers removed 106 tons.
Read rest of story below:
#99 Sep 11, 2013
Watch your mouth, boy.
#100 Sep 11, 2013
Somebody please explain to me again why we need millions more people who think like this in this country and what contributions they will make to our country and culture?
#101 Sep 11, 2013
And they have the audacity to wonder why Americans cannot stand them. They drop out of HS to anchor and get on Welfare. They contribute so little to this Country it's appalling. The only individuals wanting them here are Global Co's. Mc Donalds, Wendy's, etc. Marriott propertys, and Casinos in Nevada. AND WE DIE ON OUR FREEWAYS, PUT UP WITH HOME INVASION, CAR THEFT, ID THEFT ETC. I've never seen such a low class culture as these people. No wonder Mexico through them away.
#102 Sep 11, 2013
I wonder if all these politicians who support amnesty know exactly what they are supporting? What the hell am I saying. They have all been paid off to support amnesty. They don't care if it's right or wrong.
#103 Sep 11, 2013
I just got back from a night pick. That's how us gringos are. Any time, night or day, we will pick ay the drop of a dime. I got a morning pick tomorrow and then it's off to the lab to make some wine. Life is good.
#104 Sep 12, 2013
A good percentage of them will simply collect unemployment (and welfare for any socalled anchor babies) for 6 months until it's time to go to the fields again! Welfare continues.
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