I even made googly eyes at a few Muslims, especially at the two Muslim women with a boy at the hotel. They looked at me as if they just saw George Bush himself. I waved and as the elevator was closing I made a funny face at them. Then there was the old Muslim woman sitting with, I assume, her daughters in front of us on the plane. I had that old woman laughing so hard but her daughters gave me looks that weren't to endearing. Oh well, the old woman liked it, she seemed so sweet.
In all I found Filipinos very friendly, hospitable, hard working and an allie of ours. I really enjoyed my stay, I miss them.
this bottom paragraph may be to political for this site but i wrote this for my blog on,
, and also i think its important for people to read.
side note: I am trying to get my friend here for just a visit. I am finding it very hard to do so. I called a congressmans office for advice. His secretary sited the reason why its is because so many people stay and don't go back home.
Now think about this friends. I remember what Lou Dobbs said one time about amnesty. He said if you are trying to come to America legally get to the back of the line suckers.
Tell me if this makes sense. They are complaining because people over stay their visits or don't go back home. Well why should they? Is America enforcing their laws? You want vistors to go back home make the penalty so harsh they will return to their country, start arresting illegals and stop allowing sanctuary cities. If you did that honest people like my friend and her brother who want to come strictly for a visit and to preach at a few churches then go back home would be allowed to do so. Common sense has left this nation