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Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Austin, TX - Many Americans agree with the president that we should not make it harder for the 'best and brightest' to come live in our country. However, most Americans would like to send President Obama a dictionary so he can look up what 'best and brightest' actually means.

In a recent speech, the president made the above point but applied it to those who are currently invading our southern border: vicious gang members, little children, uneducated adults and disease-ridden young people.

Bringing in college educated foreigners to work in our tech and engineering industries is one thing, while allowing bug-infested, non-English speaking freeloaders to enter the country is quite another.

The current crop of aliens crossing our border will be good for draining our nation's social services and will receive better health care than our veterans in the VA hospital system.

It's only a matter of time until the MS-13 gang members start committing crimes against Americans. They may be the "best and brightest" in the drug underworld but we don't need them here, Mr. Obama.

Of course, this reporter never considered President Obama to be among the "best and brightest" we had available to run for president back in 2008 or 2012 but that's all behind us now.

It may however explain his affinity for the lower-class people he is trying to bring into our country.

It seems clear the president doesn't care about introducing many Americans to highly communicable diseases and possible crime, not to mention draining our resources. As long as he gets to golf in "immigrant-free zones" the rest of us be damned.

Thanks for your concern for the well-being of your fellow citizens, and that dictionary is in the mail to you Mr. Obama. We hope you'll at least take a look at it.

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