How do the Minutemen citizens' group in the US feel about Canadian snowbirds?
I am just curious about the general consensus towards Canadians who winter in the southern US.
Asked By: bill w - 3/16/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
"Snow Bird" obey the law. They come here within the law, do not normally break the law. Rarely do you hear of a "Snow Bird" from Canada raping children. "Snow Birds" don't steal jobs or become a burden on the US Taxpayers. Bottom line "Snow Birds" are not ILLEGAL!
Answered By: Jeffery C - 3/16/2007
Additional Answers (14)
Shoot them while they are flying over....
Answered By: pilotB - 3/16/2007
they need to take the arm bands off first and let some of that thin white blood rush to their white hooded heads. let's wait together, shall we?
Answered By: Che' Ghandi - 3/16/2007
I welcome them.
Answered By: puckheaded - 3/16/2007
Don't have a problem with it at all. Most of them, I suppose head to Florida. One state that I don't plan to return to anytime soon. It's becoming a bit too Latin America for me.
Answered By: janice - 3/16/2007
they at least bring money to live on, and go home and dont use our social services.....
Answered By: badjanssen - 3/16/2007
We'll keep that in mind, while you're begging for our water, gas, electricity, and oil.
Answered By: Gr8danelady - 3/16/2007
Not sure about the Minutemen, but I imagine that they, like most right and center minded people in the US have no problem with Canadians and would probably welcome them... More
Answered By: D. C. W - 3/16/2007
I am a proud minuteman, and I dont care about them coming. They dont SNEAK in like the mexicans, and stay as long as they feel. Plus, they dont come here, and have 10 kids so they can stay. I dont agree with alot of things canada does, but they are 100 times better than the mexicans!
Answered By: FerrariFan - 3/16/2007
Well.....I lived in Florida so have met tons of Canadian snow-birds. They come here legally and then they go home. It's not the same as illegal immigration or I can't figure why the Minutemen would be brought into the question.
Answered By: Crazybird - 3/16/2007
The Canadians are not invading the U.S.A. The Canadians are not nearly the same problem.
Answered By: Bill Mc - 3/16/2007
They tend to be legally here, and spend money, and go back. We don't educate them, they don't claim aid to families with dependant children, or abuse our emergency rooms. No problem.
Answered By: DAR - 3/16/2007
Well Bill: if you guys were to kick LaFarge out of Canada and send them packing back to France i would say come down any time you like. But still you're welcome any time.
Answered By: Justanotherjoe - 3/16/2007
Let me get this straight....you are comparing vacationers from Canada who are here legally to the CRIMINAL invaders from the south? You cannot compare them. They are two entirely different set of circumstances... More
Answered By: elmar66 - 3/16/2007
They're here legally. They don't use social services. They're welcome to stay.
Answered By: Yak Rider - 3/16/2007
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