How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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National Hope

The following was stolen from a friend's AIM profile, because I liked it. Not completely, of course, there are some details in it that I don't agree with...

But the emotive force behind it is nothing short of beautiful.

Okay, I give. How do people think like that? I mean, how? How do you guiltlessly ignore your fellow man in need? How do you condemn welfare? And illegal immigrants make me so damn proud to live here, risking jail and death and all sorts of crap, crossing the Rio Grande while in labor, taking the plane by way of unpressurized mail cabin, running for their lives by the dead of night...these people are a damn sight more patriotic than the ones who complain about them and flag burning and food that isn't pie. They believe in this country a lot more than I do.

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