Compare and contrast:
Let’s review the bidding here, shall we?
Angela Magdaleno is an illegal alien, living in poverty, with no known skills apart from reproduction. After 22 years here, she doesn’t speak English, nor do her daughters (despite having been born and raised in the U.S.) They’re all on welfare, and receiving Medi-Cal (i.e., free health care). Magdaleno left school at the fifth grade to work in tortilla shops, while her husband Alfredo Anzaldo works as a carpet installer.
“I thank this country that they gave me Medi-Cal,” Magdaleno said. “There’s nothing like that in Mexico.”
Do tell. Maybe that’s one reason they’re here, yes?
Between them they had three kids, and Angela had a tubal ligation, but Anzaldo wanted a son, three kids obviously not being enough, and what Alfredo wants, Alfredo shall have. He’s entitled!
So once more into the breach, as it were, but no dice.
So she asked a woman who returned periodically to Mexico to bring her back fertility drugs. The woman supplied her with various pills and injections over several years, Magdaleno said.
“I took a lot,” she said. “I don’t remember what they’re called.”
Angela then had triplets, while her oldest daughter continued the family tradition and dropped out of high school.
Finally, after Stork Airways made another forced landing (no fertility drugs involved, reportedly), and left her with quadruplets, she’s now got 10 kids, with nine living at home. No prizes for guessing who is supporting this crew.
The news isn’t all bad. Some of her siblings – also illegal aliens – such as Angela’s sister Alejandra, left LA for Kentucky, and are doing fine, and only have two kids apiece.
“What we weren’t able to do in many years in California,” Alejandra said, “we’ve done quickly here.
“We’re in a state where there’s nothing but Americans. The police control the streets. It’s clean, no gangs. California now resembles Mexico — everyone thinks like in Mexico. California’s broken.”
California now resembles Mexico? Imagine.
Angela’s daughter Kelly visited Kentucky, where girls from Mexican-immigrant families were in their mid-20s and still didn’t have children.
“I said, ‘Damn, that’s weird,’ ” Kelly said. “The girls right here in Los Angeles are like in Mexico. There are girls that are 14, they got kids.”
Now compare that story with this one.
Lydia Sebastian just blew the doors off an IQ test, achieving the highest possible mark. She’s a voracious reader, has played the violin since age four, started talking at six months, and counts math and physics among her favorite subjects. Her father is a radiologist, and her mother an associate director at Barclay’s Bank.
And she is an only child.
So for those who haven’t yet seen “Idiocracy” (highly recommended by the way, and available on Youtube), don’t worry: we’re living it.