Written by Cal Jennings
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Saturday, 25 August 2007

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Illegal alien happy at Cal-el's announcement

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - The United States of Texas - Cal-el flew into TheSpoof.com window to update us on what he is doing to spread world peace. It seems that he has contacted LULAC and pledged to give Texas back to Mexico.

"Hell, the Mexicans have taken over most of Texas anyway, and our country DID take it by force after they were kind enough to extend it to Americans who needed a place to live. Besides, it's too dang hot and humid there, and the refineries and chemical plants have polluted all the good water, and the Anti-Christ lives there anyway."

Cal-el realizes that this is unwelcome news to Texans who wanted to build the new "Berlin Wall," but feels that it is in the best interest of peace.

Following Cal-el's announcement at LULAC, Mexicans from Georgia and Oklahoma have already started voluntary evacuations back to Texas. (See Illegal Aliens Self-Deporting from Georgia and Illegal aliens Moving Out Of Oklahoma Before New Law Takes Effect)

Cal-el asked them not to tell the real reason they were leaving Georgia and Oklahoma until he could announce his reasons for making the pledge to LULAC. Cal-el would like to thank all the illegal aliens for keeping the reason quiet until it could be announced.

Cal-el asked me to leave this message from him at the end of this article:

"Love, Hope, Peace, & Christ Be With You,


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