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June 30, 2006

Blogbat Publicitus: Day 4

Filling up on love of country



I actually spent a great deal of today on my laptop getting work done, but I did venture out a bit to visit the 12th Street Market to grab some home made fresh Amish bread, pretzels, and cinnamon rolls.


I also had the chance to meet the great American now under assault from the anti-America, anti-rule-of-law crowd on the left, owner or Geno’s Cheese Steaks Joe Vento.


Of course the flack initially began after Joe, the son of legal Italian immigrants and someone who understands what it means to become an American (and what it means to conduct business) posted a sign requiring that orders be placed in English. Even some illegal aliens who wished to assimilate agreed with Joe that to live, as anywhere, you must be able to function in the language. Anyone remember "when in Rome, do as the Romans do"? At any rate, the PC nutballs in city hall and elsewhere have been trying to find a way to punish Joe for his common sense, patriotic free speech (and free advice), despite his popularity with people around the world, including local police and firemen.




The place was incredibly crowded, though I finally found a seat across from a display of literally hundreds of police patches sent from as far away as Utah, Germany, Ireland, and even France! I even saw a patch from the Dallas Police Department - a department so overrun with the pro-illegal alien agenda, that officer would surely be fired had his PC fascist bosses discovered his transgression.


At the end of my meal I was sure to pick up a Geno’s t-shirt, which will no doubt be popular back in Texas: “I’m an American, so I order in English”. It’ll no doubt go as a nice compliment to the La Raza “I’m not an American, I don’t speak English, and thanks to a few bribes just like back home, I’ll be voting” idée de force.


Both Joe and his steaks are as good as gold.



Posted by Martin at June 30, 2006 01:21 PM


You are making me hungry with all that talk of yummy food. Great pictures, and I think more companies should follow the lead of Genos. It's a win-win situation for them. People love the stand they are taking, they are getting free publicity they could never have purchased (not that this was their goal, I don't mean that, the publicity is deserved).

Posted by: Debbie at July 2, 2006 08:10 AM