Sunday, September 17, 2006

Saudis sing - Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to school we go...

In the category of old news but a recurring point of concern demanding our attention, we must end our suicidal immigration and visa policies with Islamic regimes. The influx of 15,000 Saudi students currently coming to our nation on visas to attend universities, fully funded by a Saudi prince, gives one pause. I refer you to LP: U.S. schools compete for Saudi students("Brokered by President Bush. What whores our university elite appear to be. For full-time-equivalents (FTEs) they have denied how many places to American students? But read what these nitwits say about being oh, so thrilled to be preparing for Ramadan. A companion article is CBNNews-Focus-Saudi Students in U.S. Could Pose a Security Risk. We cannot "understand" the Saudi culture unless we send 15,000 students to study and to live there. Even to prepare for Christmas and Easter. Don't think that is going to happen, do you? Ever heard of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf?


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