Irrational Thoughts on Immigration

I had been brought up to think Rationally. But the stock market has gone completely irrational. My attempt to understand it rationally has just left me confused, muffled, despairing.  So in order to make sense of this crazy world, I am attempting to think irrationally. Maybe then I’ll be in sync with the CIS thinking.  Try calling them and asking why your case was not adjudicated, even though similar cases filed months afterward were adjudicated long before.  Below are my thoughts on immigration.

Crazy Conspiracy Theory:

I think Obama is actually conspiring with Lou Dobbs and Rush Limbaugh to expel all immigrants. Mexicans are leaving the US by hordes. Maybe they are being water tortured. Come to think of it, my neighbor’s lawn sprinklers were on when their Mexican gardener was working.

Crazy Religious Theory:

God must have told the Employers to not hire immigrants. That is why it is March, and my H-1B clients are strangely silent. God must have hacked into the E verify system or something, because that system does not work. Why does God not want immigrants? Because these immigrants have to first sacrifice their first borns to the God in their home country. Or maybe that Scientology God has repossessed the souls of all immigrants.

Crazy Remedy:

Obama needs money. Immigrants want to come here. So Obama should sell lottery tickets for different positions.  Kind of the same concept like the rational world’s Diversity Lottery. Except here the immigrants also need to buy stocks in GM, AIG and Citi. And buy up a defaulted mortgage. This will be in lieu of their first born sacrifice.

Disclaimer: No I have not gone completely mad. This is my attempt to cheer myself from the doom and gloom since September 08. If you want my services, I can still perform rationally.

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