Liberty Just in Case

A Dialogue for the September 12th World

To Speak With an LA Times Writer: Press One For Spanish

Posted by Mark on July 28, 2006

America– get out your wallets…get your checkbooks out. Go ahead, HURRY UP….illegal aliens are waiting. Servicing them is priority one! The LA Times has outdone themselves today….I suggest you go get your blood pressure medicine:

6 + 4 = 1 Tenuous Existence

An illegal immigrant couple with six children were already living in poverty. Then the quadruplets arrived. They’re still in a daze.

Uh…SO ARE WE. Guess who pays for their PRODIGIOUS ability to reproduce?

On July 6, Magdaleno gave birth to two boys and two girls, drawing national media attention as a bewildered mother of 10 (with nine living at home). Now, she and her husband, Alfredo Anzaldo, 44, must figure out how to provide for everyone on Anzaldo’s maximum pay of $400 a week as a carpet installer.

OH REALLY? Hmmm..I wonder what the Spanish word for CONDOM is? (Probably something like ‘El Preventa’…) And just to make sure we’re all at the same Taco Stand, they know exactly how to provide for ‘everyone’.

They let American citizens pick up the tab!

Both Magdaleno and Anzaldo are illegal immigrants, settled for years in an immigrant enclave. Magdaleno has the same number of children as her parents, who were peasant farmers in Mexico. Like her parents, she is living in poverty and struggling to provide for her family. “It’s not sweet,” said her 36-year-old sister, Alejandra. “It’s very sad.

The life for girls back there in Mexico is the same as the one Angela has now. They marry and have children, and that’s their lives.”Neither Magdaleno nor her husband speaks English, though she has been in the United States 22 years and he 28. Even her teenage daughters speak mostly Spanish; their English vocabulary is limited.

Yet all of Magdaleno’s 10 children are U.S. citizens. The triplets receive subsidized school lunches. All the youngsters have had their healthcare bills covered by Medi-Cal, the state and federal healthcare program for the poor.

Someone get me a box of Kleenex. I’m not crying for them…heck no….I’m crying for ME- I have to pay for this #%&**#! mess.

Alfredo Jr. had been hospitalized all his life until recently. He’s had three state-funded brain operations and will require several more, the family said. The couple receive $700 in monthly Social Security payments to help with his medical needs.

Uh…..sir…excuse me, this check I’m writing to pay for Senor and Senora Spermatosa….do you need to see some form of ID?

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