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This is too funny but true.  Mitt Romney, the possible frontrunner for the GOP nomination, (Huckabee is hated by the Washington elites, McCain hated by the base, and Giuliani hated by everybody including his own children) is the son of an illegal Mexican immigrant. (Using GOP definitions.)

Mitt Romney's grandfather moved to Mexico in 1884.  George Romney, Mitt's father, was born in Mexico in 1907.  George Romney was brought across the Mexican border by his family in 1912

According to conservatives, people born in Mexico should not be allowed to enter the United States illegally.  By that definition, George Romney and his entire family are illegal immigrants.  His family never applied for citizenship, never applied for a work permit, never applied for a green card.

Conservatives also argue that the children of illegal immigrants should not be afforded American citizenship.  In the case of Michelle Malkin, it is argued that these "anchor babies" (except herself) should be deported back to their countries of origin.

Thus, if these laws were to be put into effect, Mitt Romney could be detained by federal authorities and then deported to Mexico.  I simply ask that the car that drives Romney to the Mexican border tie him to the roof for at least 10 hours just like Romney did to his dog on a family vacation many years ago.

Oh and Romney's 5 sons who are courageously serving their country by working for Daddy Warbucks?  The Mexican Army awaits them.

Originally posted to davefromqueens on Wed Dec 26, 2007 at 04:09 AM PST.

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