Buffalo Rick Galeener
Riders United for A Sovereign America
Dear Mr. Galeener,
You might remember me. I wrote you awhile back to thank you for defending America by courageously exposing your little buffalo to a young Mexican mother and her two-year-old son. It was a brave act on your part. I mean my God, your tiny flesh rifle could have been stung by a bee or laughed at or something. But you took that risk, and by doing so, you poignantly demonstrated the rich depth and superiority of our culture. I imagine they'll remember that moment for the rest of their lives.
But that was only one fearsome toddler. Last week, you faced an even bigger threat, the 75+ Mexican-American children who marched against family-splitting deportation policies in Phoenix. It could have gotten very ugly. I've seen the photos. Dozens of little brown children wearing their paper butterfly wings of conquest as they marched past you and your handful of friends. Thank God you brought your guns. No telling what those kids would have done had you not been packing heat.
Was it your idea to intimidate the children by coming armed? It was brilliant.
I can just imagine how great you must have felt when you saw the expressions of fear on those kid's faces. I bet it even felt better than showing them your manthingy.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot