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Monday, June 18, 2007

Talk Radio Outrage: Piolín's Million Letter Fraud

Satire By John W. Lillpop

When Trent Lott unloaded on talk radio last week, everyone just assumed that the Mississippi malcontent was assaulting patriots like Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, and other luminaries willing to tell the truth about the scam that is immigration reform.

As it turns out, talk radio is a clear and present danger to our democracy, culture, language, and homeland security.

But the danger comes not from American icons like Limbaugh, but from a former illegal alien by the name of 'Piolin.'

Escorted by thugs from the Mexican Mafia, posing as good hearted, hard working peasants, Piolin roared into Washington, D.C. and into the welcoming arms of inebriated dim wits like Teddy Kennedy who desperately wants amnesty to pass in order to keep the wages of cocktail waitresses and bartenders suppressed.

Spanish- speaking bar help will work for below minimum wage, without benefits, and they do not expect gratuities. These are vital considerations to a 70s something senator who spends most of his time in his cups rather than on the floor of the U.S. Senate.

Note: Sometimes Teddy is in his cups and on the floor of the U.S. Senate at the same time.

But back to this character Piolin. After mixing several batches of cocktails for Teddy, this renegade delivered what were purported to be a million letters from people who support amnesty.

Two immediate problems surfaced with Piolin's pile on. All of the missives were signed by illegal aliens and all were in Spanish!

Undeterred, Kennedy and his anti-American colleagues eagerly accepted several boxes of letters and pointed to them as proof that millions of people are on his side and support amnesty.

That certainly seemed impressive until the full extend of Piolin's fraud was exposed: Most of the boxes supposedly containing proof of a swelling public sentiment in favor of amnesty were empty.

Flat empty, much like the head of Piolin and the gringo drunk from Massachusetts.

Still, some good did result from the Piolin fraud: It kept him off the air and out of California for a fortnight.

And that is a good thing!

John Lillpop is a recovering liberal.