Monday, May 19, 2014

THE ROOT CAUSE. AND AFFECT

This is an open letter to the voters and small business owners in Western Ohio, 
specifically the 8th District, which is represented in the U.S. Congress by Republican, House Speaker John Boehner:

Dear Buckeye Friends,


Halito!  Chim Achukma? (Hello, How are you?

My name is Ron, though most who will read this open letter to you know me by my alter ego, "The Local Malcontent".  I was wondering if I could just have a few minutes of your time, please, to try and urge you to pressure your Congressman seriously to reconsider this 'Illegal Immigration Amnesty' action in our House of Representatives.

I want to speak to you from my Native American heart, folks.  Flat out, the amnesty bill for the millions and millions of illegal immigrants who are within our American borders, if passed by Boehner's House and sent to the Senate and then to Mr. Obama, will be the end of America, as we've known it, learned about it, 
fallen in love with it, sometimes fought for and died for it.

Mr. Boehner does not seem to appreciate the likely danger and the certain descent into ethnic clashes and the ultimate outcome being that our United States of America will crumble apart, thus making our United States of America no better and just as abject, just as mediocre, and just as defunct as every other attempt 
any nation in world history has attempted.

The fear felt, among rational fellow citizens, is palpable.

The danger is great, and yet subtle, like the erosion of the land underneath a splendid, expensive home:  It is giving away, and our house is about to topple down a cliff.

We all can be a vanguard against this erosion of the American foundation upon which we live;

But you citizens of Western Ohio ARE the front line, in an effort to brace against the tide 
of non–American–Americans, who hold no allegiance and little affinity for our history, our culture or our ideals of liberty, self determination and accomplishment.

Friends, I can think of at least four, valid, relevant analogies to describe the dangerous situation our Nation will certainly face, if any Amnesty bill is passed by the Republican–led House:


1.  Imagine a family of homeless squatters, who see your personal home, your house, and decide that they like it and want to move in with you and live with you there.  Uh, no, they won't pay for the electricity which they use; uh, no, they won't pay fully for your food they will eat; uh, no, they won't leave, instead demanding that you insure their health and well being and education.


2.  Imagine that you own a family farm.  That may not be hard for so many of you.

The vast crops are ready for harvest (I hope you planted lots of okra), and you intend to hire a certain number of temporary workers to assist in the harvest. In past years, you've had no problem hiring local people at a very decent wage to pick, pack and truck your produce to the market, right so far?
    Instead, 10,000 more show up on your doorstep to work:  And they start picking your strawberries, your okra, your tomatoes, your cucumbers.... 
YOU ONLY HAVE SO MUCH MONEY BUDGETED TO PAY YOUR ANTICIPATED WORKERS.
But now, you must pay X+10,000 with the same amount of money.  You must therefore lower everyones' wages to pay for the unexpected increase in workforce. You cannot afford to come up with more money to pay that army of workers, and so you either alienate and diminish your loyal workforce, OR you please the unanticipated workforce ( who only picked one tomato ) with equal wages and thus again alienate your loyal workforce, paying them, scant wage for their devotion.

STOP AND PLEASE RE READ THOSE PARAGRAPHS, IMAGINING HOW YOU WOULD FEEL, IF EITHER SCENARIO WERE TO BECOME REALITY FOR YOU PERSONALLY.


Next, the squatters who are living in your den demand,

that they insist on having an equal say in the family decisions you make....

That's today's California, friends.

Look at the pathetic state of California, once the "Golden State";
now the biggest liability and money pit in the land.

Not only the great state of OHIO, but the other 48 of us face becoming another Hellish California,

unless you take action now, calling your Representative John Boehner, and demanding that he cease this reckless Amnesty initiative.
Does he not represent you citizens, and your views??  Are these your views? I daresay Not!

WON'T YOU PLEASE, PLEASE CALL YOUR 

8th DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN, 
JOHN BOEHNER, 
INSISTING THAT HE REPRESENT YOU 
AND TABLE ANY AND ALL Amnesty bill discussions until after the November '14 elections? 

Ohio's 8th congressional district sits on the west side of Ohio, bordering Indiana. 
The citizens of Hamilton, Fairfield, Middletown, Springfield, Eaton, Greenville, Piqua, Troy, and parts of Dayton, Riverside, and Wright Patterson Air Force Base are part of the district. 



The district has been represented since 1991 by Republican John Boehner, the current

Speaker of the United States House. UNFORTUNATE, HE'S SPEAKING FOR US OKIES TOO

Are these illegal immigration amnesty proposals your views and your values, OHIO?


I thank you most sincerely, for your valuable time in reading my letter to you, 

and I hope most sincerely, that you will find value in what I say herein.
If you do, could you please call Mr. Boehner's offices and voice your similar opinion,
your displeasure and your angst?

Thank you so very much for reading me, just another 

American Joe like you, and

Heyyah, Yakoke, (My Best wishes, Thank You)


Your Local American Malcontent 

and Indian Friend, Ron

3 comments:

The Local Malcontent said...

Finally, friends, if you support this attitude toward halting Immigrant Amnesty, and wishing to bring to the attention of Ohio's 8th Congressional District,

WOULD YOU PLEASE CONSIDER REBLOGGING THIS ON YOUR SITES, OR OFFERING UP YOUR OWN VIEWS ON SAME?

HEYYAH, YAKOKE, AND LOVE!

Anonymous said...

Well, it's clear Boener won't listen to you, so naturally you have to appeal to those who vote for him. Unfortunately, they also failed us, and themselves.

Still, thanks for trying.

All the best.

The Local Malcontent said...

That's the only way to appeal for him to change his mind on the legislation in question, trying to get through to the voters in Ohio's 8th.
Otherwise, my alternatives are to contact Markwayne Mullin, my Congressman and my Senators.

"They" haven't failed us, yet, have hope, friend.
Thank you, for making an attempt at coherence.

Yehhay!