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Now Is No Time For Disease-Fueled Xenophobia!

posted at 8:31 am on April 26, 2009 by

That alien-packed panel truck full of swine flu incubators already crossed the border. Anyway, disease-fueled xenophobia is no reason to implement sound immigration policy, not when so many other good reasons exist.  It just makes a good, if potentially devastating gotcha on people who think encouraging a parasitic, lawless underclass makes any kind of sense.

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Funny a$$ photoshop at Reliapundit site…

Seriously, though, this could be the real Montezuma’s revenge and not just traveler’s diarrhea as we’ve come to know it in modern times.
According to the wiki:
Moctezuma II- “The portrayal of Moctezuma in history has mostly been coloured by his role as ruler of a defeated nation, and many sources describe him as weak-willed and indecisive. The biases of some historical sources make it difficult to understand his actions during the Spanish invasion.”
and

“Anthony Pagden[13] and Eulalia Guzman (Relaciones de Hernan Cortes 1958:279)[14] have pointed the Biblical messages that Cortés seems to ascribe to Moctezuma’s retelling of the legend of Quetzalcoatl as a vengeful Messiah who would return to rule over the Mexica.”

Now putting this all together we see-
“Obama was received at Mexico’s anthropology museum in Mexico City by Felipe Solis, a distinguished archeologist (specializing in Aztec history) who died the following day from symptoms similar to (swine)flu…”

We know that those were pigs that Jesus cast the legion of demons into, so, now, we got OBarfy going to Mexica, getting possessed by the spirit of Moctezuma then traveling to the Summit of Americas when Juggo whispers in his ear, “Completar mi”.

Not to worry folks, he’s not infected, he’s just indwelt. TIC

OkieDoc on April 26, 2009 at 9:26 AM


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