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When Words Lose Their Meaning

randygaiser Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 9:33 AM
Who says you can't "Round them up"?, If you "Round up" only half of them, that amounts to about 6 to 10 MILLION, Not to bad a start.
ppotts Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 5:56 PM
Hell yeah, hire up some new border guards and lets get rolling. Yeeee Hawwww!
Jeff_Georgia Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 10:29 AM
I'm with you. Seal the borders, convict and send to jail CEOs who employ them, turn off the freebies, and immediately deport any convicted of a crime (any crime) and the problem goes away. Probably won't even cost that much.
ppotts Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 5:51 PM
someone suggested that we take all the illegals and put them to work digging post holes and building the border fences where they are inadequate. they jump the border, sentence them to 2 wks labor to cover the costs of court service then let them go on the south side. Free labor, and a lot of good fence work with no big expenditure. Yeah?

The editors at the Associated Press made news themselves last week when they announced that their stylebook would no longer approve the use of the phrase Illegal Immigrant to describe illegal immigrants. To borrow some newspeak from George Orwell's classic dystopia, "1984," down the memory hole the phrase must go. For it makes the folks at AP feel doubleplusungood when they see badspeak.

Speaking of Orwell, he could have written the line used by Kathleen Carroll of the AP, who announced the change with this claim and advertisement: "Our goal always is to use the most precise and accurate words so...