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I`m not
Scrappy…I`m An American

does a day pass without my longing for a good old-fashioned

But after
much contemplation I have come to this startling conclusion:

This is
getting me nowhere.

So I`m
traveling throughout the southern United States, visiting family
over the Christmas holiday. 

Now then,
some of you are undoubtedly not lucky enough to have roots in
the South. So before I continue, I will provide this brief

It`s hot,
it`s humid and had it been a Southerner who served the last
Supper, Jesus would have drunk iced tea instead of wine.

kidding…actually I`m not, but I digress.

In my
opinion, the South is home to all the history that makes America
both great and terrible.  You see it in the battle fields and
the cotton gins, the magnolia trees and the Mississippi River:

American Dream

I should
take a moment to explain something…

This is
not the American Dream of today—the get-out-of-jail free card
that immigrant apologists love to play in a vain attempt to
justify illegal behavior.

You know,
it sounds something like this:

Jose and Maria scaled that
fence into Texas, enrolled their children in public school, had
another baby in a local hospital at taxpayer`s expense and then
filed for federal aid on behalf of their newborn American child
because they want to live the American Dream…

No—what I
am referring to is the dream of old. 

  • Men
    and women who turned bare land into the thriving crops that
    fed a nation;

  • travel and trade that crammed to capacity the long line of
    boats that sailed from Wisconsin to Louisiana;

  • Poor
    men became wealthy and immigrants became American.

And these
Southern men are special, in my opinion.

They have
rebel blood in their veins—these are the descendants of those
who stood first to defend the Constitution and states
rights…they lead the charge when it was time to protect the
United States from invasion in 1812.

example: That Tennessee man of mine, Andrew Jackson.

anybody starts having kittens, this isn`t about what you or I
think about slavery or any other nasty slice of history. This is
about personality—this is about pride.

But I can
see problems, as I travel around.

labor from Mexico is taking over the South, just as it hijacked
California and every other border state in the country. 

Mississippi and Louisiana sustained tremendous damage from
Hurricane Katrina and there is a lot of clean-up to be done.

are now thousands of illegal aliens all over the place.

stands that once sold crawfish and boiled peanuts now sell
tamales and tortillas.  Signs that hang in stores and buildings
are now written in Spanish.

Mississippi could easily be confused with Los Angeles,
California and that is a terrible, terrible shame.

hurricanes are hardly new in the South. And the locals have
always cleaned up the mess. So what gives?

Of all
the Americans in this country, I would never have believed
Southerners capable of tolerating an invasion like this…yes,
an invasion. 

Even I
even began to feel that it was over—that we finally lost the
battle and it was time to give up and go home.

strange as it sounds, this is how I think most of America feels:
That the problem is too big, too widespread for anybody to stop

Then I
started remembering about that Revolution…something that would
either return some order to the country or reduce it
ashes—either way, the slate is clean.

This is a
different battle isn`t it?  We won`t win it with rifles and
cannons.  (Note that, Southern Poverty Law Center.)

This is a
political battle. And, in the end, public opinion influences

Remember, tells the real stories—the stories that will inspire a
nation to rise up and demand accountability from its
government…the way we did long ago.

If you
want to fight this immigration invasion, then support 


You can
subscribe to the LA Times, the New York Times or
any of the other sheep-like MSM rackets. But take my word for
it…they aren`t helping matters at all. I think their sole
purpose in life is to ruin America.

about it this way:  if you give money to those guys who do
nothing but make the problem worse, why wouldn`t you give to

Take that
fifty bucks or whatever it is you throw away on your Times
subscription and give it to—we will actually do
something good with it.

I suppose
I should beg a bit more. But this is serious business and I
don`t have much time for sugar right now.

(Ok…I can
hear the laughter from certain colleagues at the idea
that I am ever sugary, so zip it now, guys.]

The end
of the year is HERE! and we have to resume the battle in 2006!
so donate to!—NOW!

Please…remember where we`ve been, look at where we are now and
imagine what we will be tomorrow. 

with and fight for America—or ignore my plea and let
her fall…it`s up to you.

As for
me, my experiences of the last week have taught me this:

If I`m
going down, I`m going down fighting…with

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