Thanks to Democrats, illegal aliens can come to America and find lucrative work -- as terrorists!
With her hijab and dark complexion, Catherine Garcia doesn't look like an Orlando native or a Disney tourist. When people ask where she's from, often they are surprised that it's not the Middle East but Colombia.Hah! I've always said as much, about the many fibers that weave the web of Islezbofascism, but now I have proof, and from no less a respected MSM outfit than the "Christian" Science Monitor. Ann, Michelle -- this may be the closest the two of you ever get to double-penetration, so I want you to remember every second of this excruciating ordeal in all its animalistic carnality. Praise Him!
That's because Garcia, a bookstore clerk who immigrated to the U.S. seven years ago, is Hispanic and Muslim. On this balmy afternoon at the start of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month, she is at her mosque dressed in long sleeves and a long skirt in keeping with the Islamic belief in modesty. "When I was in my country, I never fit in the society. Here in Islam I feel like I fit with everything they believe," she says.
Garcia is one of a growing number of Hispanics across the U.S. who have found common ground in a faith and culture bearing surprising similarities to their own heritage. From professionals to students to homemakers, they are drawn to the Muslim faith through marriage, curiosity and a shared interest in issues such as immigration.