Letters to the Editor

'Racial imperative'

The anti-Mexican racism rampant and festering on the Arizona-Mexico border by a few vigilantes would be laughable if it wasn't so pathetic. Canadians are moving in and out of the U.S. at will and terrorists, one understands, live openly in Montreal amongst the Arab communities But you don't see these wackos keeping Canadian whites from crossing illegally.

In an HBO documentary on April 4, a group of journalists with cameras interviewed this motley crew of pseudo-superpatriots, six shooters strapped to their waists and just as grungy looking as the dogs at their sides. I'm not faulting the dogs, but the moronic behavior of these modern day Billy the Kid wannabes.

The leader denied any racist motives, but within an earshot of his cohort and the camera people, someone asked if they could see the illegals. He answered, "I can't see them, but I can smell them."

As the leader spoke from both sides of his mouth he blurted out in a worried tone "they make up half of California, those Mexicans, and pretty soon that's what's going to happen here." It would take bushels of idiot Texans, like we have in the White House, to deny the racial imperative.

Jess "Consafos" Sanchez Barroso