POLITICIANS: YOU CANNOT RUN OR HIDE FROM ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
By Frosty Wooldridge
June 21, 2010
“I just became aware of you and your site today and all I can say is a huge RIGHT ON,” a reader said. “I just listened to several of your taped radio interviews and I agreed with every word. How I got interested in this Immigration disaster issue is pretty simple; I worked in Redwood City CA last summer. I’m a Texas boy, but have lived all around the country, and I can tell you what I saw happening in California was beyond shocking.
“Nobody spoke English. It was bizzare. The simplest thing became an excersize in frustration–I was walking down a street one day and decided I wanted to have some Chinese food. As I started asking passerbys for directions I started counting–14 people were asked before I found ONE who spoke English. It wasn’t just Mexicans either who could not communicate–it was Koreans, Russians, Japanese, Chinese, Central Americans–you name it, they were not assimilated.
“I could not wait to get out of California. The incompetence there was just mind-boggling and I have no doubt that it all stems from the inability of the populace to communicate with each other. I stayed in corporate housing, and I was given six keys for various things ranging from laundry facilities to parking enclosures–and five out of six did not work. The maintenance people spoke only broken English so they could not communicate with corporate housing. Anything written down was ignored or misunderstood. I even came home three nights to find my locks on my apt were CHANGED–for no reason whatsoever. I could never get a straight answer from anybody.