By Hook or by Crook…..


From Wikipedia:

By hook or by crook”  is an English phrase meaning “by any means necessary”, suggesting that one need not be concerned with morality or other considerations when accomplishing some goal. The phrase is very old, first recorded in the Middle English text Controversial Tracts by John Wyclif  in 1380.

Yes, this is the same John Wycliffe (and why it’s spelled different in the in the definition of the previous saying is anyone’s guess) who was a precursor to the Protestant Reformation. ( I learn something new every day.)

Presidents From Mexico And Guatemala Sign Shady Deal To Bring Even More Illegals To America

From the article:

The Presidents of Mexico and Guatemala shared the stage at a joint press conference on Monday to announce plans that would make it easier for Central Americans to travel through Mexico to reach the U.S. border and illegally cross into America.

So, how does the plan work, you ask?

The plan would include increased border checkpoints at the Mexico border with Guatemala, and would provide illegal aliens with a Regional Visitor’s Card, allowing them to travel throughout Mexico for 72 hours – plenty of time to get to the U.S. border.

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Posted July 17, 2014 by Sue Says in category In the News

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