Hat tip to lobo91:
Sometimes, coincidence is a mean mother f%$#%r. Yesterday was one of those times. Yesterday you see, one of the points made during my rant on what really needs to be reformed with our immigration system was illustrated perfectly at Georgia Tech University. For at that institution of higher learning you see, we experienced an Islamic Work Accident. The uninitiated among you may need to have this term defined, so be it.
Islamic Work Accident – an explosion by which a Muslim blows himself up during the construction of a bomb which is meant for usage against infidels, (non-Muslims.) This worries me because I am an Infidel. My guess is that many of you who are reading this are also Infidels.
Now, during these dark and dangerous times of political correctness trumping critical thought and perfunctory observation, we once again have seen either a terrorist attack or a thwarted terrorist attack within our borders that will be summarily ignored because of its heavy handed obviousness. This means that we had a member of the Muslim community do what they do best, which is to conduct themselves in a psychotic and antisocial manner. For those of you who insist upon defining terrorism in a politically correct manner, please note that the fine gentleman in question was not a, “Right Wing Extremist,” was not Amish, was not an Evangelical Christian protesting abortion, was not a member of the boy scouts, mickey mouse club, or the Tea Party Patriots. He was a devout adherent to the Religion of Peace, peacefully assembling a bomb in his apartment for use in God knows what mischievous plot.
He was something more than that however. He was a PHD candidate at Georgia Tech, here in this country on a Student Visa. Our current immigration system you see grants people from his nation and religion preferred status in terms of immigration and citizenship acceptance. Not only that, but he actually hails from a nation which at the time of his entrance into our country, was supposedly on our watch list of worldwide trouble spots and further, had not even enjoyed formal diplomatic relationship status with us. Among the sanctions ongoing meant to discourage Iran’s march towards obtaining a nuclear weapon, its membership in good standing with the Axis of Evil, and her continuing status as an enemy since the days of the 1980 Hostage Crisis, we still found it advantageous to accept any and all immigrants not only with open arms, but without any sort of vetting process as all. All of this because of the politically correct mindset which dictates that we search 90 year old wheel chair bound grandmothers at airport security checkpoints rather than the guys chanting Allah hu Akbar.
In all of the hand wringing debate and contention over our immigration policy, it worries me to no end that the discussion over who we let into our fold is not even casually addressed. All immigrants are not equal, just as all foreign societies are not equal. As I stated the other day, some immigrate here because they wish to become one of us and wish to share in the American Dream. We should allow as many of those immigrants to move here as wish to. some immigrants wish to move here so that they can harm us from within our own shores. We need to cut that group off permanently. Currently, our immigration policy is legally designed to accomplish the exact opposite.
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