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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

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Murrieta, CA - Federal officials, members of the mainstream media, and the self-appointed PC Police are imploring citizens to stop using what they consider to be offensive language regarding the influx of immigrants from Central America into Texas.

The self-righteous among us are saddened when they hear words like "aliens" and "illegal immigrants." They prefer words that will solicit sympathy from the public like "refugees."

However, "refugees" is not testing well in focus groups so the guilty liberals are searching for a new term to make them feel better about themselves.

The latest term for those causing the newest invasion into our country is "Mosquitos."

Terry Parsons, a member of DHS, told us, "These people are swarming our border, spreading diseases, nobody wants them, and they're here to suck the lifeblood out of our economy. It seems to be a good term that fits."

Terry obviously doesn't listen to the words that come out of his mouth and it is just a matter of a few weeks before others on his side figure out this latest term is derogatory and offensive as well to those trying to infect our nation.

May we suggest to Terry and those like him the terms "parasites", "Texas ticks", or "leeches?" These terms seem to fit pretty well too.

While the current infestation grows, the elitists worry more about what to call something than how to fix the problem.

We all know the fastest way to solve this problem is to build the Great Wall of America as a way to keep unwanted pests out but, as usual, the government can never do things the easy way.

For now, their strategy appears to be to disperse the misery throughout the land and try to get as many "Mosquitos" as they can to vote Democrat on Election Day.

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