Freeways Are Great Without Illegal Aliens

Last evening I attended the ABATE Local 27 meeting in Riverside, CA. ABATE is an acronym for American Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education....

Last evening I attended the ABATE Local 27 meeting in Riverside, CA.

ABATE is an acronym for American Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education. A political action group for bikers.

Anyways, a big topic of discussion was the illegal aliens on protest last Monday. Apparently, the freeways around Los Angeles, Ventura, and Riverside Counties were unusually light. You could actually move at a fast speed and get your tax dollars weight in timely travel.

The funny thing is that this boycott was supposed to cripple our economy enough to demonstrate how much we Americans need Mexican labor. Instead, it showed us how much better our freeways would be without them, and how much fewer tax dollars would be needed towards infrastructure.

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  1. Ya know, I was gonna do a writeup on this very same phenomena that occured on Monday. I couldn't believe it, no traffic jams here in the Oxnard/Ventura area (high population of the illegals) at all. It was an eerie but welcome experience. Yeah, it showed me how the illegals impact our communities, alright. I would gladly pay more for my groceries in trade for better traffic conditions on any day!

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  2. Think of how much fuel is wasted sitting in traffic!

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  3. Theseillegals drive 45 mph on the freeway and cause everyone to break to see why they are driving 20 mph below speed limit. the 5 gardeners in the front seat of the truck are all drunk on tequila with there ranchero music blasting in there ferrari kit 85 chevy truck. F' those pieces of s#it. send em back to the place where that window flag they wave with brown pride comes from. Mexican flag means go back to mexico. If you want to be in America, why wave that flag of the place you jump the boarder to get away from...

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