From: "becky" <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, October 6, 2006 11:06 am
Do you know anything about this?! I was just floored to see this and if this is
true, all I can say is it will be over my dead body. What gall and nerve that fat
drunk has to decide what the American people will do. If you know anymore about
this, please let me know where you saw it. I can't find whether this was actually
part of the bill that passed or not.
JOHN SEMMENS: Semi-News
Legislation Would Board Illegals in Private Homes
May 26, 2006
The Senate has voted to require citizens to board illegal aliens in private homes.
The legislation, introduced by Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), is modeled on the
troop boarding practices employed in Boston during the 1770s.
"Two problems faced by these immigrants are homelessness and racism," said Kennedy."This bill will fix both."
Under the plan, the Dept of Housing and Urban Development would compile a database
of U.S. housing including square footage, number of inhabitants and location.
Illegal aliens would be assigned to homes where the square footage per inhabitant
exceeds the national average by 20 percent or more.
"Instead of roaming the streets or crowding into ghetto apartments,
immigrants would enjoy a secure roof over their heads," said Kennedy. "They'd be
clean, well-rested and more readily employable. They could also use the address when
registering to vote."
Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) called Kennedy's bill "mind-boggling." "Senator Kennedy
and the 49 other senators who voted for his bill want to grant special privileges to
lawbreakers," said Ensign. "This goes beyond amnesty to insanity."
Kennedy dismissed critics as "racists." "We are a wealthy country," said Kennedy."Many Americans have a surplus of living space. Sharing that space with our brown
brothers from Mexico would be both humane and enlightening. Bringing people together
like this bill would do helps promote understanding and tolerance. Segregating
immigrants in Latino ghettos is racist."
Kennedy said he was inspired to do this so that "whatever happened to 'Little Billy'
wouldn't happen to 'Little Pedro.'"
This is the first I heard of this, but I can tell you right off that it's
Where did you get it from? Send me the link where's it's posted.
It a fraud, I'm sure.
Actually, now that I re-read it, it makes me laugh like hell. It's funny. It's a put on, but I admire tongue in cheek. It reads like something from the Onion News Report
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