The Way Of The Dinosaurs

Oh lord, is it any wonder why Republikkkans are monstrously unpopular?

Utah County Republicans ended their convention on Saturday by debating Satan’s influence on illegal immigrants.

The group was unable to take official action because not enough members stuck around long enough to vote, despite the pleadings of party officials. The convention was held at Canyon View Junior High School.

Don Larsen, chairman of legislative District 65 for the Utah County Republican Party, had submitted a resolution warning that Satan’s minions want to eliminate national borders and do away with sovereignty.

In a speech at the convention, Larsen told those gathered that illegal immigrants “hate American people” and “are determined to destroy this country, and there is nothing they won’t do.”

Illegal aliens are in control of the media, and working in tandem with Democrats, are trying to “destroy Christian America” and replace it with “a godless new world order — and that is not extremism, that is fact,” Larsen said.

At the end of his speech, Larsen began to cry, saying illegal immigrants were trying to bring about the destruction of the U.S. “by self invasion.”

Republican officials then allowed speakers to defend and refute the resolution. One speaker, who was identified as “Joe,” said illegal immigrants were Marxist and under the influence of the devil. Another, who declined to give her name to the Daily Herald, said illegal immigrants should not be allowed because “they are not going to become Republicans and stop flying the flag upside down. … If they want to be Americans, they should learn to speak English and fly their flag like we do.”

There was some good news reported at the Utah County Republikkkan convention:

In a speech, Enid Greene, state Republican Party chair, announced to applause that she will remarry in a few months. Greene’s first marriage came to an infamous end during her tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives when her husband, Joe Waldholtz, who was her campaign manager, was charged with embezzling. He eventually pled guilty to campaign fraud and other charges.

5 thoughts on “The Way Of The Dinosaurs

  1. John H. Farr says:

    Illegal immigrants hate this country and want to destroy us? Hell, all they have to do is sit back and watch. I never heard such utterly insane crap in my life. Well, yes I have, but still.
    Why would anyone risk detention forever to come here because they hate the place? Idiots…

  2. hoppycalif says:

    I suppose one could find an equally intellectual discussion at a playground of 6 year olds, but I doubt it. These people are allowed to vote??? Oh yeah, I forgot – Bush is president.

  3. …this is why we have Utah. These people are too crazy to be allowed to live anywhere else (well, except maybe Kansas)…

  4. Hardrada says:

    “At the end of his speech, Larsen began to cry…”
    Please, PLEASE, tell me this is on tape. Every single anti-immigrant campaign can be blown up for the next 5 years by showing that clip.

  5. Maitri says:

    Utah is surprisingly progressive from what I’ve heard, but it is still a struggle like in any American state. Read my friend Brian‘s blog to stay on top of things there.
    As for the anti-illegals anti-self invaders, they should be place in the Creation Museum . Totally cringeworthy.
    A new video game is called for: SELF INVADERS! Pchoo pchoo pchoo!

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