South Texas detention centers becoming destination of choice for politicians

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SOUTH TEXAS – South Texas immigrant centers are becoming the destination of choice for business people and politicians.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has climbed aboard the pro-amnesty bandwagon with FWD.US, a web site dedicated to all things amnesty for illegal immigrants.

One goal is to get people to contact their local members of congress to get them moving on meaningful immigration reform.

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi is gonna hop on a plane for South Texas.

She’s supposed to get a briefing from the Border Patrol and then visit with a group of children at a detention center.

We don’t know if she brought any jockey shorts with her, not to wear, but to give to the people in the centers.

Homeland Security put out a request for 42,000 men’s cotton briefs to pass out in the centers.

And the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC put out a call for people to send their “gently used” undies to President Obama and House Speaker Boehner.

Hey, Miley’s got yer underwear right here!


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