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Cry Baby Cry

2007-06-08 - 12:43 p.m.

Slept well, woke up to the next item.

Not my favorite way to wake up.

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Good Lord.

The news is full of the fact that the judge has ordered Paris Hilton BACK to jail. She cried and screamed that "it's not fair". When a spokesman said she was going back to jail, some guy could be heard screaming "NOOOOOO!! NOOOO!!!!" and other people telling him to shut up.

Here's a Fox news story. Supposedly she's suffering from "an unknown medical condition". It could be drug withdrawal, it could be a cold, it could be a case of "but-I-don't-wanna". The article calls it a rash.

MSNBC is saying that it might be a "nervous breakdown". Hell, if that's the case we'll need to let everybody out.

But the judge saw no documentation that she's suffering from ANYTHING. So back to jail she goes.

Why are we wasting time on this bimbo?

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The amnesty bill failed an important test yesterday. They tried to end debate and bring it to the floor for a vote...and they didn't have the votes to do it.

Here's something interesting. I had read, over and over, that the bill was brought by John McCail and Ted Kennedy. Now, Harry Reid is coming out and saying that it was all President Bush's idea! Gee, sounds like the Democrats are backpedaling, and fast.

If you are here illegally, it's a slap in the face to everyone who went through channels. You don't DESERVE American rights and priviliges.

And before I hear the they-do-jobs-we-don't-want argument, that's crap. When the Swift meat company was raided and all the illegal aliens working there were arrested, there was a line AROUND THE BLOCK for those jobs. The actual fact is, they'll do jobs Americans won't do for those low wages.

We need to seal the border.

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More laundry. Then the gig.

Be seeing you.



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3 comments so far

Brin - 2007-06-08 15:49:26 -
Those symptoms seem suspiciously like those of drug withdrawl, but of course it could be anything. She's probably never even consumed plain tap water in her life. Oh well. Strange all around, my friend.

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artgnome - 2007-06-08 16:48:39 - http://artgnome.diaryland.com
Is it possible that someone can be as old as Paris Hilton and never have to pay one single consequence for any of her actions? That alone deserves jail time, for her parents.

I often say to people, after 911 we should have closed our doors to any immigration until aliens can better respect the country they are coming into. They come into this country, go on welfare, go to school for free, all the while trash talking us to anyone that will listen. I say, learn how to take care of our own.

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Bob - 2007-06-08 17:08:31 - http://shadowgm.diaryland.com
The jails can dispense medication, even for depression and anxiety. So I have to agree it's either a chronic case of 'Butidonwannaitis' or the shakes from having to go several days without a cocktail. As for the amnesty thing, isn't that just enabling the problem to continue? If we revisited the wage structure, could we actually put more of the country to work? (Hey, Paris, how's about a month picking strawberries instead of jail time?)

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