Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Warning: Bad News from London Coming to the Cafe

Hungry travelers may want to steer clear of the Café this week when the news arrives from London.

A friend of mine who lives there sent me a note answering a simple question. I plan to share the answer with the folks at the Café this week. Their response ain’t gonna be pretty.

My question: Is the Muslim/Multiculturalism influence affecting the UK as badly as I hear?

My friend's answer: “It is probably worse than you hear. I live with it and see it every day. I do not understand this society that the Labor Party is trying to impose on us here. Multiculturalism is a poison, but since Tony Blair's wife is a lawyer, and specializes in human rights, he signed the European Convention of Human Rights. It is just killing liberty in the UK."

"Can you imagine a murderer with a life sentence suing the government under human rights, and getting the right to see online pornography in his prison cell?"

"Can you imagine under this dammed European law the parents of a soldier killed in Iraq can sue the government for violating his human rights by sending him into battle?"

"Enough said. You get the point. The beginning of the end for the US is when every other way of life is encouraged and given rights equal to the American way. You are somewhat lucky that the hordes from the South that are clamoring to get in to the U.S. are Christian Hispanics and not the hordes of North African and Middle Eastern Moslems."

J. P. Dawson, our Hubbard reared/Waco practicing attorney, says all Americans should be on the look out for our new leader signing U.N. and International Treaties committing us to multicultural policies that the U.S. people and Congress would never pass. International treaties override State laws.

What a slick way to circumvent each State’s rights, huh? Of course our President would not want to do this just like he doesn’t want to run General Motors nor raise taxes on the middle class nor Socialize health care.

Listening to Obama reminds me of Will Rogers sage advice: "Always drink upstream from the herd."

Think about it.


1 comment:

  1. How about an old fashioned political rally in Hubbard - some Saturday this summer? Readers of the blog may want to confirm said cafe and meet the fine folks discussed. We'll each bring a covered dish - please whoever brings the green jello with the canned fruit don't forget the whipped cream...otherwise I am there!

    HK Stringer