Friday, September 15, 2006

Mexican Immigrant Asks Americans To Vote: ‘Should I Stay Or Should I Go?’

CAMDEN, Del. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A 39-year-old Mexican citizen who has lived in the U.S. for 25 years is asking Americans to vote on whether he should stay in the country or move somewhere else.

Alejandro Gomez has just started, a website where he lays out his beliefs and asks Americans to vote on whether he should apply for citizenship or simply ship out.

But there’s a catch: Each vote costs $10 and Gomez says that’s because otherwise, he’d get a flood of conservative voters demanding he start packing.

Previously, he never applied for citizenship because he was offended by the form asking if he or his relatives had ever been members of the Communist Party.

Besides, Gomez feels like he’s already a true American since he’s a football fan, likes John Wayne’s acting and has been to Graceland.

Gomez will accept yea or no votes until November 5, 2008, or until the first side reaches one million votes.

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