Tuesday, March 28, 2006

BSN Update

A controversial new law that would allow the INS to revoke the citizenship of workers who are not fluent in English and violate the law was quietly passed by both the House and Senate today. As a result of the new legislation, President Bush faces deportation.

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  1. bawahahahahaha.. I'm laughing my ass-off.

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  2. That is funny...

    Bush is getting better...

    Mike Sylvester

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  3. Really? Please elaborate. Judging by his approval rating, a lot of people do not think so.

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  4. I am sorry Robert, his English seems to be getting better. His speeches have also improved...

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  5. I am sorry Robert, his English seems to be getting better. His speeches have also improved...

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  6. Hardly anybody knows the agency as anything other than the INS, but it hasn't been the INS since it was transferred to the Department of Homeland Security and became the USCIS (United States Citizen and Immigration Services) in March 1, 2003. They fingerprinted Sandy and me so that we could bring your adopted brother into the country from Guatemala. If the paperwork had taken a couple of months longer, we would have had to get fingerprinted again. I guess USCIS policy is that fingerprints can mutate.

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