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WashPo: Lawlessness Is Good

By Greg L | 22 August 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 32 Comments

The editorial board of the Washington Post outdid itself today in their defense of lawlessness and indentured servitude with today’s editorial decrying the closure of the government-funded day labor center in Herndon.  The Post contends that the situation in Herndon has worsened since the day labor center closed, an unfathomable contention that utterly ignores what has happened in the wake of this unlikely rescue of the Town of Herndon from the prospect of becoming one of Northern Virginia’s sanctuary jurisdictions.  While it doesn’t entirely surprise me that the editorial board behaves as if they’ve never set foot in Prince William County, Herndon isn’t all that far for a privileged guilt-ridden liberal newspaper editor to travel to.  They can’t inadvertently be this stupid.

Mr. Husch’s proposal is an unwitting admission that closing the center was a mistake. The center, which taught laborers English and provided them with small comforts such as coffee, kept workers from loitering. Before it opened, laborers jostled for work each morning outside a local 7-Eleven. It was a chaotic scene, and there were reports of public urination, fistfights and other misconduct. There haven’t been similar reports of misconduct since the center closed, but some residents say that the situation is worse now, because the laborers don’t confine themselves to the 7-Eleven.

The Post is correct that the closure of the day labor center, which was willfully supporting the unlawful employment of illegal aliens at public expense, hasn’t resulted in all of the day laborers leaving Herndon or finding some other way to take care of themselves.  Unfortunately such simple solutions just don’t exist, but neither does any evidence that closing a day laborer center actually increases the number of day laborers congregating in a town, which is what the Post is contending.  In the editorial page they can seemingly get away with citing “The reappearance of the laborers, who observers say number between 50 and 100, has irritated some citizens and officials,” whereas those accused of committing journalism usually make some effort to substantiate such allegations.  But expecting the Post’s editorial board to do anything other than promote outright fantasies of liberal psychosis on this issue is stretching a bit.  A lot.

In the reader comments on the article some residents who actually are familiar with the facts on the ground expressed their frustration of the Post’s selective perception on what happened.  This response makes much more sense than the editorial by employing the novel idea of actually providing facts to support an argument.  Maybe the Post should consider emulating this creative tactic when they try to make an argument next time.

FromHerndon wrote:
Well it seems the Washington Post editors don’t get to Herndon very much.

The Herndon community had suffered for many years with a growing illegal immigration problem. Increasing numbers of day laborers, overcrowded housing, increasing crime and gang activity. Initially, Herndon set up the Neighborhood Resource Center and eventually a formal Day Labor Site. Conditions in Herndon actually got worse as a result. These support facilities actually attracted more illegal aliens to Herndon. Overcrowding complaints and crime actually increased during that period of time. The number of Day Laborers actually increased with the installation of the Formal Day Labor Site and there were still Day Laborers in the Elden and Alabama Drive area.

After the formal Day labor site was closed and the attempt to organize the Day Laborers by NDLON failed the number of Day Laborers declined in Herndon over the next six month to 15-20 individuals. We had not seen numbers that low in 5 to 10 years. The number of overcrowded complains dropped simultaneously. The collapse of the Construction industry and a declining economy appears to have increased the number of day laborers in local jurisdictions including Herndon.

Herndon residents voted out the council which build the Day Labor site three years ago and were re-elected in the May elections. Each and every person running for office in the May election was asked if they would support the re-establishment of a publicly funded Day Labor Site. NOT A SINGLE candidate answered Yes.

Building a Forma Day Labor site is like building a Union Hall for Bank Robbers. It aids and abets illegal activity while ignoring the community impact of the illegal activity.

Herndon continues to seek legal means to stop the community devastation caused by the Absolute Failure of the Federal Government to control its borders and enforce immigration laws throughout the country.

Ice should have swept up the illegal aliens at Elden and Alabama long before the formal site was created, but of course they could not be bothered with illegal aliens at day labor sites. Local communities are suffering because of their incompetence.

No one seems to have remarked on the irony at work here, however.  Town officials are concerned about the potential of lawsuits from illegal aliens seeking to protect some sort of constitutional right to seek unlawful employment.  They want to make sure the Town complies with legal provisions that may not exist, or even if they do may not apply, while the putative plaintiffs are engaging in this exercise only because they have violated the law.  It’s a little like being afraid to ask the burglar in your house to leave because he might sue you for depriving him of the opportunity to prey upon you.

The Post is so consistently pathetic on this issue, you have to wonder how they can stay in business while they shill for those who break the law while excoriating those who want to see the law enforced.  Given that their stock has lost one-third of its value since 2005 and one-quarter if its value this year, maybe we won’t have to contend with this idiocy indefinitely.

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  1. anti-illegal said on 22 Aug 2008 at 10:29 pm:
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    Here is what Mr. Stein from the WASHPO editorial borard was actually told:

    The Washington Post Editorial Board has made its position very clear on the subject of illegal immigration and their view of the impact of illegal aliens on communities.

    The status of the actions requested are as follows:

    1. Establish a room rental permit program to eliminate quasi-motels and flop houses.

    The Town Attorney is drafting a change to Herndon’s Home-Based Business Ordinance that will require a permit to rent a room. The permit will be given following a health and safety inspection of the room.

    2. Establish a pedestrian safety zone which prohibits standing along Elden Street between Herndon Parkway and Sterling Road, and three blocks east and west of the Elden Street – Alabama Drive intersection.

    The Town Attorney has determined that the new law in the Code of Virginia is not defensible on Constitutional grounds. Here is a link to his finding: http://www.dhusch.com/DayLaborers/DLFILES/DL_WATTS_LoiteringOrdinance.pdf

    3. Since more than half of the drunk in public (DIP) arrests are being made in the vicinity of Elden Street between Herndon Parkway and Sterling Road, the town should contact the Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Board and request that they revoke the ABC licenses of all “quick-marts” in the area. During the first seven months of 2008, 113 drunk in public arrests were made in Herndon; 59 in the area identified.

    No action by the Town Council on this item.

    4. Contact Verizon and request that all pay-telephones be removed along Elden Street from the Herndon Parkway to Sterling Road and three blocks east and west of the Elden Street – Alabama Drive intersection.

    No action by the Town Council on this item.

    5. Establish a Town policy to confiscate all bicycles that are chained, tied to trees or road sign posts in the public right-of-ways.

    No action by the Town Council on this item.

    6. Require business owners to maintain the landscaping on their property and comply with other property maintenance codes.

    No action by the Town Council on this item.

    7. Write a letter to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman and the Dranesville District Supervisor requesting that the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center check the legal presence of every person arrested and prepare deportation detainers on those suspected of being illegal aliens so they are not released back into our community.

    Changes that took effect on July 1st, 2008 require all detention centers to check for and report legal presence. No action required.

    8. Expand the scope of the town’s 287(g) memorandum of understanding with the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to allow Herndon Police officers to determine the legal presence of every person arrested.

    The Mayor met with ICE and they agreed to keep the Town’s current MOA. All persons arrested for serious felonies or driving under the influence will be questioned by federally trained police officers as to their immigration status. If the officer suspects the person is in this country illegally, a deportation detainer will be prepared, reviewed by an ICE supervisor and a deportation judge will adjudicate the detainer after the person’s case is cleared.

    More to come…….

  2. Red, White and Blue said on 22 Aug 2008 at 11:00 pm:
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    The WashCompost should open its doors for a Day Labor Center instead of chiding local cities for protecting LEGAL citizens, their communities, their businesses and their jobs. It is no wonder the WashCompost circulation continues to decline. Any socialist paper who encourages and supports illegal and criminal activity serves to aid and abet criminal activity, gangs and the denigration of a lawful, legal society.

    Again I ask for the WashCompost to respond with the announcement of the editorial department office opening up their own Day Laborer Center at the Compost building. Show us how it is done. I am sick of their talk; time to do the walk.

    The Congress has its lowest approval in memory. I wonder why? Pelosi, Reid, Kennedy, Feinstein, Obama don’t seem to understand the very laws they swore to uphold; the very same laws their forebearers debated, passed and was signed into LAW. Why doesn’t the Compost mention that? Oh, I forgot - CHANGE. I guess that includes the fact that the democratic city council of Denver wants the cops to ignore and not arrest for marijuana use at the DNC convention.

    Change. More laws ignored, more cops given the wrong message, more people encouraged to ignore laws.

    And people actually vote for these idiots? What dolts.

    No wonder “it takes a village” to try to clean up what Congress and the President won’t.

  3. Arlington Minority said on 23 Aug 2008 at 9:16 am:
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    By their own logic, WAPO would support the construction of a mosque as a comfortable gathering place for Al-Qaeda sleeper cells and for the promotion of camaraderie among Jihadists.

  4. freedom said on 23 Aug 2008 at 9:44 am:
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    Arlington Minority, you mean they haven’t??

  5. Arlington Minority said on 23 Aug 2008 at 10:02 am:
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    It may well bear some investigation, Freedom.

  6. Red, White and Blue said on 23 Aug 2008 at 10:05 am:
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    Washington Post flag:

    White center, white borders with white fringe.

    And 20 years from now they will all be wondering why they are out of business.

    I can’t believe they haven’t run stories on how the “greatest generation” was nothing but a bunch of racist baby killers when should have entered into “dialogue” to preserve “the peace” instead of their arogant warmonging attitude purely contrived on revenge!

    Much of Congress believes in the same cr*p.

    Of course many stories have been run on how Roosevelt setup WWII and the attack on Pearl Harbor. This runs akin to the theory on the Revolution. It was all a conspiracy, just like 9/11 and the Twin Towers - just ask Charlie Sheen or Jessie Ventura.

    The Illegal issue follows the same course. We, good Americans, are the “bad guy bullies” and they, the Illegals, are not criminals or illegals but people escaping “oppression” somehow caused by us and it is all our fault. Bad American! Shame, shame!

    Does this mean I can’t go to the fireworks anymore? Or fly the flag? Or believe in my country? Or petition my government?

  7. Junes_Reston said on 23 Aug 2008 at 11:09 am:
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    This editorial was prompted by discussions among concerned Herndon residents that illegal alien laborers are again congregating at the intersection of Elden and Alamaba. They cutting across yards, trashing the area, damaging the trees by chaining their bikes to the trunks and the lighter colored grass - well lets just say the town isn’t using a new hybrid fescue. The apologists stand firm that the Constitution grants them free speech, which extends to gathering on public property.

    Since the day labor center opened, the day laborers have reneged on their promises to work with the town by soliciting work at designated locations only. Shortly after the center opened (at a cost to Fairfax County tax payers of $175,000), many laborers returned to the streets. When the center closed they promised to restrict their job solicitation to the Park area on Alabama, which was short lived and they are now back on Elden Street.

    The Fairfax Times also attacked Herndon as presenting absurd solutions for circumstances that the writer felt can be easily resolved if county tax payers just throw more money at it. The tax payers already threw money at the problem, and it didn’t work. The center failed miserably with an average daily hire rate of less than 20%.

    During the brainstorming, all ideas are placed on the table, absurd and solid – nothing should be overlooked when the rights of illegal alien laborers in Herndon are starting to supercede the rights of legal residents.

    Although a somewhat silly thought, I envisioned a few dozen teens, with their bikes, boom boxes and sodas in coolers, hanging out in the same location for a couple hours every day after school. It might even be refreshing to see a few dozen teens reading under the trees, dancing to the music and just having fun on the public property along Herndon’s main drag. If not teens, any group of people. After all, if this really is an issue of Free Speech as granted by the Constitutional, this is a right that should be extended to all.

    The more I think of this, the less absurd it seems. It may not be what the Council had in mind, but it would present this in a totally different light. If legal residents gather socially, the town can hardly “move them on,” and allow the illegals to remain.

    So, where do we find a few dozen teens or legal Herndon residents who would like to spend a couple hours each day at the Elden/Alabama intersection? The weather is quite lovely for this experiment!

    And then, my second suggestion was to build a fence along Elden Street, similar to the fence built by Dulles Glen Apartments (further down the street) to keep the illegals from road side solicitation. It’s actually quite esthetically pleasing and would definitely put a crimp in the style of any drive by employers hoping to pick up a cheap laborer.

    The situation has gotten out of control, and the time for talking is over. Its now time to DO something. The question is, how do you push them off the dime?

  8. rebelreggie said on 23 Aug 2008 at 11:27 am:
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    Member of gang Mara Salvatrucha

    A wave of illegal-immigrant gang rapes is sweeping the U.S. while public officials and law-enforcement authorities fear drawing the link, experts say.

    Deborah Schurman-Kauflin, a Ph.D. researcher of violent crimes, told WorldNetDaily, “It appears as if there is a fear that if this is honestly discussed, people will hate all illegal immigrants. So there is silence. But in being silent about the rapes and murders, it is as if the victims never even existed.”

    Schurman-Kauflin, who runs the Violent Crimes Institute in Atlanta, participated in a 12-month, in-depth study of illegal immigrants who committed sex crimes and murders from January 1999 through April 2006. The study found approximately 240,000 illegal-immigrant sex offenders reside in the United States while 93 sex offenders and 12 serial sexual offenders come across U.S. borders illegally every day.

    Schurman-Kauflin said, “Gang rapes by illegal immigrants appear to be gang related. Many of the cases I reviewed involved gang members. As part of being a cohesive group, they offend together. Inflicting brutal gang rapes brings them closer together as a group. It is a way to demonstrate their power. And it sends a message to anyone who dares to cross them.”

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC told WND it now is tracking 12 gang rapes by illegal aliens within America’s borders since Oct. 2004.

    ALIPAC’s president, William Gheen, said, “These are just the ones we know of. The real number is much higher.”

    Gheen told WND he believes the number of gang rapes is increasing as the population of illegal aliens in the U.S. increases.

    “Many illegal aliens have a rape and pillage mentality toward America,” he said. “The government has shown them they can break our laws on many levels without much fear of enforcement. Why should they think of rape or gang rape any differently?”

    Gheen said, “Illegal aliens are more likely to engage in these crimes because rapes and gang rapes are much more common in the gang-rule Third World areas they come from.”

    MS-13, also known as Mara Salvatrucha, a highly organized and well-funded Central American gang, is infiltrating at least 33 states across the U.S., according to law-enforcement authorities. The gang is well-known in Los Angeles, Houston, New York and Washington, D.C., for excessive brutality. Any person suspected of cooperating with authorities is hunted down, tortured and killed. Initiation rites include kickings, beatings and gang rapes.

    Gheen said, “These gangs are forcing new female gang members to undergo gang rape to enter the gang and they are asking their male initiates to gang rape American women to become an official member of the gang.”

    MS-13 relies on metropolitan areas with highly concentrated populations of illegal aliens to boost its spreading membership. Chapters require that initiates perform random acts of violence, such as participating in gang rapes, to gain acceptance, confirm law-enforcement officials.

    Three MS-13 gang members were charged in the brutal rapes of two deaf girls, one 14, the other 17, in a Massachusetts park in 2002. One victim, who also suffered from cerebral palsy, was pushed out of her wheelchair before being raped repeatedly.

    Illegal alien rapists often maintain several aliases, making escaping justice easier.

    Jorge Villa-Gutierrez, 25, is in prison for the gang rape of an 18-year-old Douglas County, Colorado woman. He claimed to have paid only $100 for a fake ID and Social Security number.

    Manuel Cantu, 28, pleaded guilty in Middlesex Superior Court February 2005 in Cambridge, Mass., to six counts of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14 years old. Cantu also went by the aliases Angel Meza and Angel M. Salvador, according to court documents.

    Gheen said, “Illegal aliens have been walking out of American prisons after serving their time at taxpayer expense without being deported. Our government can’t or won’t find the hundreds of thousands of known felon illegal aliens walking America’s streets tonight much less stop the new felons coming in tonight across our unsecured borders.”

    The Violent Crimes Institute study established a pattern of escalating offenses among illegal aliens, whose first offense was illegally entering the U.S.

    Schurman-Kauflin told WND, “Illegal immigrants who commit sex crimes first cross the U.S. border illegally, then gradually commit worse crimes and are continually released back into society or deported. Those who were deported simply returned illegally again. There is a clear pattern of criminal escalation. From misdemeanors such as assault or DUI, to drug offenses, illegal immigrants who commit sex crimes break U.S. laws repeatedly.”

    Most of the offenders reported in the study were located in states with the highest numbers of illegal immigrants. California was No. 1, followed by Texas, Arizona, New Jersey, New York and Florida. The 1,500 offenders studied had a total of 5,999 victims averaging four victims each. Of those studied, 525, or 35 percent, were child molestations, 358, or 24 percent, were rapes, and 617, or 41 percent, were sexual homicides and serial murders.

    Schurman-Kauflin said, “We need to know who is coming into this country. It is a matter of security, life and death. Our borders should be secured so that those with evil intentions cannot enter. We need more Border Patrol agents, more training for these agents and a commitment that we will not tolerate predators coming into this country. There must be security and a return to the rule of law.”

    Last year, officials of the House Judiciary Committee said that U.S. immigration officers and police are not always on the same page. Police do not always inform immigration authorities about arrests of undocumented aliens, and immigration officers are often too late to identify the aliens before they are released on bail.

    New York’s arm of the Department of Homeland Security is only interviewing 40 percent of foreign-born inmates at Rikers Island “a failure that puts criminal aliens back on the streets instead of deporting them,” according to the New York Post.

    “Gang rape is a form of terrorism. It has been used throughout history as a weapon of terror,” Gheen said. “Most Americans do not see the war that is already upon us in our communities and neighborhoods.”

    Some high-profile gang rapes by illegal immigrants include:

    December 2002 In New York, several criminal aliens, who had passed in and out of Rikers and other jails without being detected by immigration officials, brutally beat and gang-raped a Queens mother of two near Shea Stadium. Three of the five rapists were illegal Mexican aliens with multiple prior arrests for crimes including assault, weapon possession and armed robbery.

    January 2004 Four illegal aliens were among the five men who brutally gang-raped a New York City woman. “They punched me so hard that I was knocked to the floor,” the 43-year-old victim wrote before Supreme Court Justice Randall Eng sentenced one of her attackers, Victor Cruz, to 21 years in prison. Cruz, Luis Carmona, Carlos Rodriguez, Armando Juvenal and Jos? Hernandez pleaded guilty in December to rape and kidnapping charges in exchange for sentences of 20 to 23 years.

    October 2004 a 37-year-old North Carolina woman was gang raped by at least seven illegal aliens in Huntersville, N.C.

    Oct. 4, 2005 In Immokalee, Fla., 14 field laborers, ranging in age from 18 to 56, broke into an 18-year-old woman’s home, dragged her across the street and then took turns raping her. The victim said the men choked and hit her until she became unconscious. When she awoke, a man poured alcohol in her mouth. The men removed her clothing and each one raped her.

    June 28, 2006 Texas’ Waco Tribune Herald reported illegal immigrants Javier Guzman Martinez, 18, and Noel Darwin Hernandez, 22, have been charged with one count of aggravated kidnapping and one count of aggravated sexual assault of an 18-year-old Tehuacana woman. The girl had been cut with a piece of glass or “other unknown object.”

    July 10 In Sayre, Pa., the Evening Times reported “Gasper Almilcar Guzman” was among a group of men who were found July 10 to be in this country illegally following a routine traffic stop in Athens Township. Guzman had been convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl in Alabama in 2005. Guzman was deported before he could begin serving his five-year sentence.

    July 13 — In Noblesville, Ind., an illegal alien named Miguel Gutierrez, 20, faces two counts of rape for taking a 14-year-old into a garage and participating in a four-man gang rape on the girl. Following the gang rape, the girl was forced into a car and raped again, according to news reports.

    July 17 In Greenville, N.C., Fernando Cruz, 41, Walter Ramires, 26, Luis Morales, 24, and Pedro Vasques, 27, were charged with first-degree rape and first-degree kidnapping of a woman. They drove the woman to a field path on the edge of town and took turns raping her.

    July 21 Sinoe Salgado Garcia, a 28-year-old Fontana, Calif., man convicted of kidnapping and raping a 4-year-old girl, was sentenced to a 30-year-to-life prison term, according to the Riverside Press Enterprise. The child was found hours later inside a shed, thrown over a 6-foot-tall block wall, investigators said. She underwent surgery to repair damage caused by the rape and sodomy, court records show. The site reported that she also suffered three facial fractures.

    Aug. 3 Two young illegal aliens living in Charlotte, N.C., were charged with gang raping an Asheville teenager at the Red Roof Inn. They are 22-year-old Pablo Vasquez Osorio and 23-year-old Marcos Guerrero Fuentes. Both were charged with first-degree rape and kidnapping of a 17-year-old Asheville girl at a Red Roof Inn.

  9. Arlington Minority said on 23 Aug 2008 at 12:20 pm:
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    Connolly, Tejada and, by virtue of its editorial facilitation, WAPO, all have rape and blood on their hands.

  10. info said on 23 Aug 2008 at 1:50 pm:
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    Report: Postville raid missed many workers…. That’s according to a story in today’s Des Moines Register that also finds that immigrants prosecuted after the raid used Social Security numbers stolen from people in at least 25 states.

  11. rebelreggie said on 23 Aug 2008 at 2:08 pm:
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    Illegal Immigrants Returning to Mexico in Record Numbers
    Source: Fox News
    URL Source: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,409221,00.html
    Published: Aug 22, 2008
    Author: Kris Gutierrez
    Post Date: 2008-08-22 19:00:52 by chrome dynamo

    DALLAS Illegal immigrants are returning home to Mexico in numbers not seen for decades and the Mexican government may have to deal with a crush on its social services and lower wages once the immigrants arrive.

    The Mexican Consulate’s office in Dallas is seeing increasing numbers of Mexican nationals requesting paperwork to go home for good, especially parents who want to know what documentation they’ll need to enroll their children in Mexican schools.

    “Those numbers have increased percentage-wise tremendously,” said Enrique Hubbard, the Mexican consul general in Dallas. “In fact, it’s almost 100 percent more this year than it was the previous two years.”

    The illegal immigrant population in the U.S. has dropped 11 percent since August of last year, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. Its research shows 1.3 million illegal immigrants have returned to their home countries.

    Some say illegal immigrants are leaving because a soft economy has led to fewer jobs, causing many laborers to seek work elsewhere.

    Others argue that a tough stance on immigration through law enforcement has spread fear throughout the illegal population.

    “There’s no question there’s a variety of suggestions that people are in fact returning,” said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. “Remittances, which is the money immigrants send home to Mexico, have gone down dramatically over the past year. Again, probably part the economy, but also part enforcement, leading to fewer people being here.”

    Advocates for immigrants are disturbed by the trend. Albert Ruiz, an organizer for the League of United Latin American Citizens, agrees that more undocumented immigrants are going home but says families are being torn apart in the process.

    If a father is deported, Ruiz says, his family members in America are forced either to fend for themselves or follow him to a country where they’ve never even lived.

    “So the mother is saying we should return home with the breadwinner of the family to Mexico, and the children are saying, I don’t want to leave, I’m a U.S. citizen, I don’t know that country,” said Ruiz.

    Mexican President Felipe Calderon plans to help returning nationals by providing food, medical care and temporary shelter if needed. But reports are already out in Mexico that the large number of illegal immigrants returning home could drive down wages and put pressure on social services the same concerns many Americans have with illegals living and working in the U.S.

  12. Rick Bentley said on 23 Aug 2008 at 2:24 pm:
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    I agree that they have blood on their hands. Maybe a public flyer campaign is called for?

  13. Black Saint J said on 23 Aug 2008 at 2:30 pm:
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    An great selection for President between McAmnesty and the Socialist Barrack!

    McCain does not know anything about the Economy, where Iraq, Iran, Pakistan or Afghanistan are in relation to each other, how many houses he owns, the different between the Shiites and Sunnis or anything else the man is clueless and so for removed from the lives of normal American citizens that they may as well live in Mexico for all he knows!

    What is Amazing is how anyone can be an Senator for so many years and know so little, about so much!

    McCain has made an Senate career out of being an POW 40 years ago. Without accomplishing anything of note in all years as an Senator except costing American tax payers Billions in the Keating 5 scandal, and co-sponsoring Amnesty with the Socialist, Drunk and Killer Ed Kennedy for the loyal Mexicans citizens sent by Mexico to Colonize American! To add insult to injury he then thought Americans were stupid enough to believe him when he tried to deceive them by saying it was not Amnesty or he was not rewarding them for invading the US and committing numerous felonies! To show the agree that dementia has ravished McCain he even wanted to reward gang members like MS-13 with citizenship that work with & for the Mexican drug cartel and are some of the most vicious gang members in the world! McCain has shown much more loyally to Mexico and his Invading Criminals than to American and its Citizens that have obeyed the laws, paid the taxes, fought the wars and built this Nation. He constantly appears before the racist hate organization La Raza (The Race) that is dedicated to the reconquest of American Southwest and promises them anything as he begs for their votes!

    McCain would rather lose an Nation than an Hispanic vote!

    McCain’s Hispanic Outreach person Juan Hernandez was a Cabinet member in Mexico’s Vicente Fox’s government and VP of the racist hate organization La Raza (The Race) & is openly for Reconquest of the American Southwest!.

    Some of his comments.

    “We have recognized that the Mexican population is 100 million in Mexico and 23 million who live in the United States…We are a united nation.”

    Mexican immigrants “are going to keep one foot in Mexico and are not going to assimilate.”

    Mexico’s total economic policy is to send their Criminals and Uneducated peons to the US for Tax payers to support as they cost tax payers Billions sucking at the trough of public Welfare & for their free Medical & Schooling, while Killing, Robbing and Raping Americans citizens by the 10,s of thousands, for Businesses to Exploit and Profits from, and Corrupt Politicians to Pander and Cuddle for votes, while ignoring our Constitution against Invasion, the Rule of Law & their Oath of Office!

    Apparently McCain agrees with his adviser about the Reconquest of the Southwest and the Colonization of American, or he would support our Constitution against Invasion, the Rule of Law, and Honor his Oath of Office, instead of rewarding the Invading horde with Amnesty!

    McCain is too Stupid to be an Senator, too Stupid to be President and too Treasonous to be an American! My Friends.

    Sadly, McCain is an ex-hero and now American traitor like Benedict Arnold!

  14. Red, White and Blue said on 23 Aug 2008 at 4:09 pm:
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    Maybe the sign at 9500 Liberty St in Manassas would welcome your infomation but they can’t handle the truth and the Post, the Journal Messenger and the Fairfax rag would NEVER run such articles - never. It is better to surrender and appease than expose the truth.

  15. americangal4ever said on 23 Aug 2008 at 6:46 pm:
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    Just Spreading the word
    fromMASSIVE Anti-Illegal Immigration Rally at the Democrat Convention on August 25th—–beginning at 10AM!

    We’ve got some BIG NEWS for you — the all-star lineup of speakers at the Rally Against Illegal Immigration just got even BETTER!

    ——–Patriotic Americans are coming from all across the country to Denver, Colorado — the site of the upcoming Democratic National Convention this month — to take a stand for American sovereignty and law and order at a HUGE Anti-Illegal Immigration Rally!

    Now is YOUR chance to join us, along with the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, at a MASSIVE pro-American, pro-sovereignty, pro-border security, anti-illegal immigration rally RIGHT THERE near the Democrat National Convention!

    ———We’ve secured a GREAT location at the spacious “Congress Park,” right near the Pepsi Center where 35,000 people will be attending the Democrat Convention!

    ——–shuttle buses that will travel between Congress Park and a designated commuter lot adjacent to Sam’s Club at Syracuse and E. 35th Street, to prevent traffic and parking problems!

    SEE YOU THERE August 25th, beginning at 10AM —–and, SPREAD THE WORD

  16. americangal4ever said on 23 Aug 2008 at 7:43 pm:
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    Last Americans Standing, Radio show on RBN network on the internet
    Actual march in Leimert Park
    Join us this Sunday, August 24th, as we take you to the epicenter of the illegal immigration hot zone. Special guest Jeff Schwilk, the leader of the San Diego Minutemen (SDMM) will join us on the air as we go LIVE to Leimert Park in Lost Angeles to interview our friends Chelene Nightingale of Save Our State, Ted Hayes who used to run Choose Black America, Brook Young of Immigration Watchdog, and the grieving family of Jamiel Shaw. They will go toe to toe with thousands of illegal aliens supporters and hundreds of LAPD police officers, which now appear to be under orders to harass our team!

    Please review the briefing and videos below before the show. Many of you contribute time and money to our cause, you send e-mails and faxes to lawmakers and provide a great benefit to the cause of immigration enforcement.

    We need each of you to understand the kind of hostility and danger our core activists on the ground face in invasion central!
    If you cannot attend in person in L.A. at least listen.
    Please spread the word and have as many people as possible tune in live to the show on

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  17. Anonymous said on 23 Aug 2008 at 7:57 pm:
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    rebelreggie said on 23 Aug 2008 at 2:08 pm:

    If a father is deported, Ruiz says, his family members in America are forced either to fend for themselves or follow him to a country where they’ve never even lived.

    “So the mother is saying we should return home with the breadwinner of the family to Mexico, and the children are saying, I don’t want to leave, I’m a U.S. citizen, I don’t know that country,” said Ruiz.


  18. Arlington Minority said on 23 Aug 2008 at 8:19 pm:
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    We can reasonably hope that CNN’s Lou Dobbs and Fox News’s Sean Hannity will cover this Rally, which I understand will be led by Colorado’s own, Tom Tancredo, among others including Michelle Malkin.

  19. Marc said on 23 Aug 2008 at 9:29 pm:
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    You gotta love it! If the Messiah wins the Presidential election, you can bet that there will be amnesty for millions and millions more will come. He has no real loyalty to this country. At least we can bring some pressure to bear on McCain, but there will be no pressure on a Democratic controlled Congress and Senate with a Democratic Pres.

    How does America swing so far to extremes?

  20. Johnson said on 23 Aug 2008 at 11:46 pm:
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    More Sad Sack mewling by the Post. Liberals just can’t stand being wrong and will never admit when they are.

    The vast majority of Americans want the illegals out. Period. No Amnesty, no nothing. Get out and wait to enter legally. Or, better yet, just stay out. We don’t want undereducated criminals for citizens. We have enough of those already. Take the whole family. Go make Mexico a better place to live.

  21. freedom said on 24 Aug 2008 at 8:31 am:
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    I am sympathetic to your cause, but absolutely appalled every time I even think of California and its acquiesence to the illegal invasion. Is it truly that the state has hoisted the white flag to the invasion, or is it more accurately, a continuing shift to the left wing, socialistic Democrat movement in this country?

  22. rebelreggie said on 24 Aug 2008 at 8:56 am:
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    Mexico outraged over corrupt police, kidnappings
    By MARK STEVENSON, Associated Press WriterThu Aug 21, 1:48 PM ET

    After kidnappers in police uniforms set up a fake checkpoint to snatch 14-year-old Fernando Marti off a Mexico City street, his businessman father paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom, and waited for his son’s safe return.

    Instead, the boy and his driver turned up dead, their bodies found in car trunks. Days later, prosecutors alleged that a police detective was a key participant in the kidnapping plot.

    The suspicions of police involvement in kidnap-killings have moved a nation where many had grown numb to kidnappings and the drug cartels’ beheadings and midday shootouts. Mass street protests are planned in several cities, and some lawmakers are even changing their minds about opposition to capital punishment.

    “They should put their eyes out, so they can’t commit any more crimes,” said Ignacio Noriega, a 26-year-old university student who says he no longer feels safe anywhere. “Prison isn’t a solution anymore. They just form their own gangs inside prison and come out stronger.”

    As the government convened a national security meeting Thursday to deal with the problem, police reported that 150 residents of a community just west of Mexico City savagely beat and threatened to kill two alleged thieves before handing them over to state police.

    The administration of President Felipe Calderon is considering tough new anti-crime measures such as separate, more secure prisons for kidnappers and a national database of the largely unregistered cell phones frequently used by criminal gangs.

    Mexico has one of the world’s highest kidnapping rates, according to the anti-violence group IKV Pax Christi. Kidnappings are up 9.1 percent this year, averaging 65 per month nationwide, according to the Attorney General’s Office, which blames a growing web of drug cartels, cops, former cops and informants who point out potentially lucrative victims.

    But most kidnappings go unreported, for fear of the police.

    The nonprofit Citizens’ Institute for Crime Studies estimates the real kidnapping rate to be more than 500 per month.

    Alejandro Cesar Zamudio, a commander of Mexico City detectives, defended the innocence of the officer implicated in the Marti case, saying the allegations were motivated by rivalries within the department. But Mexico City’s top cop, Public Safety Secretary Manuel Mondragon, acknowledged that “a spiderweb of corruption has penetrated many parts of our department.”

    Rich Mexicans have long resigned themselves to hiring private security teams and negotiators to deal with the threat. But now, even middle-class people are at risk, and kidnappers are increasingly killing their captives, even if a ransom is paid.

    Just three days before Marti’s decomposed body was found on Aug. 1, a family of six was found dead in their home in western Jalisco state, allegedly targeted by kidnappers aided by corrupt cops.

    Four victims, including two children, were shot in the head. A teenage boy’s throat was slashed. His mother was asphyxiated with a plastic bag.

    One of the family’s sons had been kidnapped and released after a ransom was paid, but the gang — allegedly aided by a corrupt cop in the state anti-kidnapping squad — demanded they hand over more cash.

    The gang killed the family after they realized the police officer was part of the scheme, prosecutors say.

    Anger also boiled over last week when residents of the central Mexico town of Tlapanala managed to surround and disarm a gang of seven kidnappers posing as police. They held them for 24 hours, pounding the men to bloody pulps.

    Mexico abandoned the death penalty long ago and considers life sentences to be cruel and unusual punishment. Only in 2005 did Mexico agree to extradite suspects facing life sentences in the United States. But this week, the small Green Party proposed reinstating capital punishment for police who participate in kidnappings, or for kidnappers who kill their victims.

    Calderon has proposed life imprisonment for the worst kidnapping cases, currently punishable by 50 years.

    The Attorney General’s Office says increasingly diversified organized crime cartels “now operate in drug trafficking, kidnapping and money laundering, among other things, with no central control or any one gang dominating any of the criminal activities.

    “That is why kidnapping has grown more competitive, with kidnappers using much more violence against each other and against the victims, in a bid to gain territory, markets or dominance,” the report says.

    An anti-crime march in 2004 drew more than a quarter-million people and damaged the presidential aspirations of the capital’s mayor at the time, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Another such mass march has been called for Aug. 30.

    Interior Secretary Juan Camilo Mourino worries that growing anger could lead to more vigilantism and mob justice.

    “It is clear that the public is indignant, is angry, and it has a right to be,” Mourino said. “If we are not able to reach agreements and channel these demands into clear and concrete steps, then yes, people could start taking other types of action that wouldn’t solve the problem or benefit anyone.”

    “Instead of worrying about whether immigrants can learn English — they’ll learn English — you need to make sure your child can speak Spanish.”

    – Barack Obama

  23. Benton said on 24 Aug 2008 at 9:40 am:
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    Kind of funny comment “if the Messiah wins….” Sort of a WWJD moment here on BVBL???

  24. ceejay said on 24 Aug 2008 at 8:17 pm:
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    “Sort of a WWJD moment here on BVBL???”

    psst, Benton. as i remember the Scriptures, Jesus said to render unto Caesar what was Caesar’s. in other words, you gotta obey the civil law. so please don’t give me that whole WWJD. okay?

  25. Bridget said on 24 Aug 2008 at 9:06 pm:
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    “Mexican drug gang turns to kidnapping in U.S.”


  26. A Reader said on 24 Aug 2008 at 9:47 pm:
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    Did anyone else see the article (slanted on the sob side of course) in the PW section of the WashPo that talked about a business speciallizing in cleaning out the mess from abandoned foreclosed homes. I read it online this morning and I could have sworn there were over 20 comments then. Just now I wanted to read the new comments and now it is saying that there weren’t any comments. I smell a rat. Did anyone else see it and read comments?

  27. A Reader said on 24 Aug 2008 at 9:51 pm:
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    I forgot to add the link:

  28. legal2 said on 24 Aug 2008 at 10:10 pm:
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    A Reader: I have noticed this happening before with WAPO articles concerning illegals in PWC.

  29. k.o'toole said on 25 Aug 2008 at 9:08 am:
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    sob story and comments from the AP. Si Se Puede deport ‘em. http://comments.breitbart.com/d92opra80/

  30. DPortM said on 25 Aug 2008 at 12:38 pm:
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    I have had a comment removed from WaPo’s comments section - because I criticized them for not knowing all of the localities that participate in the 287(g) program in Virginia. My comment posted - and later on I went back to read other comments - and my post was gone.

  31. /\/\3|)iç 64 (Winner of the BVBL 40k and 50k post award) said on 25 Aug 2008 at 4:49 pm:
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    Of course DPortM. Did you think anything else would be normal?

  32. Citizen 12 said on 25 Aug 2008 at 10:09 pm:
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    A Reader said on 24 Aug 2008 at 9:47 pm:
    Did anyone else see the article (slanted on the sob side of course) in the PW section of the WashPo that talked about a business speciallizing in cleaning out the mess from abandoned foreclosed homes.


    Why, yes I did. And now I hold many shares of Rid-A-Bug Stock.

    Thanks for the stock tip WAPO - hopefully this won’t be seen as an inside trader violation

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