Friday, September 03, 2010

Well. This is refreshing:

These are the words of the Governor of Mississippi:

I don’t know where we would have been in Mississippi after Katrina if it hadn’t been with the Spanish speakers that came in to help rebuild. And there’s no doubt in my mind some of them were here illegally.
My idea is everybody from Stanford who’s from India that gets a PhD, we ought to stamp citizenship on his diploma. So instead of him going back to India and starting a business that employs 1,800 people, then he’ll start a business that employs 1,800 people in Des Moines, Iowa, instead of India. A lot of it is just common sense. And common sense tell us we’re not going to take 10 or 12 or 14 million people and put them in jail and deport them. We’re not gonna do it, and we need to quit — some people need to quit acting like we are and let’s talk about real solutions.

-- Haley Barbour

I found the quotation right here. I must say, however, that some of the comments to that post are very cynical. (Maybe appropriately so.)


  1. And that's from Barbour??????? I think it's the only thing he's ever said that I agree with.

  2. Yeah, I know. Me too, Dave.

  3. Holy Cow! Has Haley been possessed? If so, let's not call an exorcist.

  4. I know what you mean, BooCat. I had much the same reaction!


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