The Live Free Or Lie Caption Contest is now over.
Top Five Entries:
5. Pose for a picture, get a free cell phone and a bag of Takis. Sweet! – Jim
4. “Cut! Third cop from the right stop smiling. Get the kids shoes off and make his feet look bloody. I want this to make the sucker libtards cry in horror” – Cathy
3. Those Tijuana tacos are silent but deadly. – Ingineer66
2. Looks like Comey did get subpoenaed after all. – MelP
WINNER! – Honduran planking finalist…. – Sully
Live Free Or Lie Caption Contest
Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted on Monday, December 3rd.
Original Caption: Fernando Velosque, a 6-year-old migrant boy from Honduras, part of a caravan of thousands from Central America trying to reach the United States, lies on the ground in front of Mexican riot police as migrants gather outside the El Chaparral port of entry of border crossing between Mexico and the United States, as seen from Tijuana, Mexico. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Angry protestors, pictured above, descended upon the
migrant caravan illegal immigrant invaders as they poured into Tijuana, Mexico. It’s almost as if the citizens of Tijuana believe in law and order.
Hundreds of angry residents took to the streets of downtown Tijuana on Sunday to protest the caravan of Central American migrants that has been streaming into the city in recent weeks.
Carrying Mexican flags and singing the national anthem, the demonstrators marched to a sports complex where about 2,000 of the migrants are being housed. There, held back by a wall of riot police, they denounced the mostly Honduran migrants as “criminals” and “freeloaders” who were openly flouting Mexican law.
“This is an invasion!” shouted local carpenter Luis Alexis Mendoza, according to the Los Angeles Times. “We demand respect. We demand that our laws be followed.”
Obviously, the people of Tijuana are racist. Or something.
Common sense would dictate most people would not welcome thousands of illegal immigrants flowing through their streets, flouting the law, and demanding immediate citizenship. Why should Mexico? Why should the United States?