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Chief Deane, Our “Bienvenido Ambassador” For Illegal Aliens

By Greg L | 9 April 2009 | Crime, Prince William County | 77 Comments

Columnist Michael Shannon raises a lot of good points in today’s News & Messenger about Prince William County Police Chief Charlie Deane’s approach to implementing the direction of the Board of County Supervisors.  The ultimate question raised by all of this is whether regular citizens should be able to expect fair treatment from the police department, which at it’s highest levels seems determined to treat illegal aliens differently than everyone else.  It’s worth recalling here that until the Rule of Law Resolution was enacted, Chief Deane’s secret policy was to prohibit questioning of suspected illegal aliens regarding their immigration status unless a felony complaint was involved.  Has Deane ever restricted officers from investigating any other class of crime which normal citizens might have committed, or held back on any other kind of enforcement actions?  No, he hasn’t.

There was an unfortunate juxtaposition last week on the front page of The News & Messenger for Prince William County Police Chief Charlie Deane. The very day he announced a 22 percent drop in violent crime, three hijackers hit a Loomis armored car.

No doubt Deane was desperately hoping these particular banditos were the local variety and not those pesky imported lawbreakers that have been ginning up conservatives. Fortunately for him, these hombres malos were citizens, with valid ID, so the chief will have no qualms about coming down hard.

Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart was also gratified by the violent crime drop and attributed the decline to the county crackdown on illegal aliens. But Deane, the county’s Ambassador to Mexico, was concerned that crime is going unreported by illegal victims and that the department may be losing the trust and confidence of people who’s first contact with the U. S. came after violating our border.

Deane’s troubled because he’s been more of a “bienvenido” guy rather than a strict “hasta la vista, bay-bee” enforcer. Essentially, Deane is convinced your increased chance of a collision with an illegal alien driver who’s driving drunk or motoring sin license or insurance is a small price to pay for cross-border harmony.

There is also an interesting dynamic in the media treatment of these two public figures. Stewart has a remarkable job in that no matter what the issue — foreclosures, difficulty in hiring a nanny, back injuries for people forced to mow their own lawn — he gets all the blame. Yet when something muy bueno like a drop in violent crime comes along, Stewart gets none of the credit.

Ambassador Deane on the other hand, leads a blameless existence. He gets no heat for his foot-dragging on illegal alien enforcement, no blowback when illegals commit serious crime and presumably he’ll be famous nationwide when Mexicans Without Borders makes him Peace Officer of the Year.

Que lástima! I often wonder if any other chief could get away with Deane’s obstinate opposition to his employer’s clearly stated policy and still retain his job.

Think back to when the BOCS passed the crackdown. After opposing the policy, Deane announced he would begin training officers in enforcement.

In most police departments (I’m not up to speed on policy in Mexico, maybe Charlie knows) when there is a new policy or technology, officers are given in-service training.

Once trained, officers are authorized to enforce the policy, or use of the technology starts as soon as graduates of the first class finish.

But not in PWC for policy of which his Excellency does not approve. Deane waited until the ENTIRE DEPARTMENT went through the training before he authorized enforcement.

Deane’s decision to delay enforcement was unprecedented. Do you think when his department transitioned from revolvers to semi-automatics he waited until every officer had semi training before he issued the weapons? No. Once an officer was trained he could use the weapon.

Why the delay? I think our one-man State Department was hoping Sharon Pandak would beat Stewart in the 2007 election and the policy might go away with a new board chairman.

But to the dismay of labor exploiters throughout the county, Stewart won and so did his policy.

Which brings us back to the crime drop.

Illegal enablers are trumpeting the fact that only about 3.5 percent of the arrestees for violent crimes were illegal. As if that fact vindicates their support of low-level lawbreaking by trespassers. But it proves nothing of the kind.

At the beginning of the illegal alien crackdown, the PWC school district benefited from an unexpected drop in enrollment of 600. Coincidence? I think not. Illegals voted with their feet (Democrats are working on establishing the other kind of vote) when they came here, and they voted with their feet when they left for the more “tolerant” Arlington or Montgomery counties.

And if you don’t believe me, believe the PWCPD Gang Unit. Its experience since the beginning of the crackdown is fewer illegal alien gang members, which means fewer crimes.

Statistics don’t express crimes that would have occurred if the criminal had not moved. So in this instance, absence of evidence IS evidence of absence.

You have no idea the logistical difficulties involved in remote-control crime. If you have ever participated in a contest drawing, you may recall the disclaimer on the ticket that read: MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.

Well, the same goes for crime: MUST BE PRESENT TO STEAL.

I can’t confirm that absence makes the heart grow fonder, but it does make the neighborhood grow safer. So, sombreros off to Chairman Stewart for supporting the crackdown in spite of opposition and don’t forget to “press one for English.”

Michael R. Shannon is owner of MANDATE: Message, Media & Public Relations, located in Woodbridge.

Shannon probably could have gone on for twice as long on this topic, but with limited space in a newspaper editorial, I suppose he had to leave a few things out.  I imagine with the opportunity, he would have continued with these observations:

Last year’s budget for the Police Department included a request for cameras to be installed in all the county’s patrol cars.  Although the measure was tied directly to the Rule of Law Resolution, a 2005 report from the International Chiefs of Police Association indicated that the number one benefit of these cameras was an increase in officer safety.  When that budget item was cut, there was an indication by Deane that because of the widespread benefits these cameras offer, his department would seek grants to start getting these cameras installed.  Even local elected officials such as Congressman Frank Wolf offered to help secure these.

Since then, we’ve heard absolutely nothing about getting cameras installed.  If these cameras were so important then, and offered such compelling benefits as improving officer safety, why in the world wouldn’t Deane be making some effort to obtain them now, especially with federal funds?  Could it be simply because he threw that budget item in in order to make the enforcement of the Rule of Law Resolution as unpalatable as possible, and his interest in officer safety and effective law enforcement practices pales in comparison to the political battling he wanted to engage in?  It sure seems that way.

Another issue steadfastly ignored by Deane and his upper echelons is the day laborer issue.  Help Save Manassas has worked very hard to establish meaniful dialog between the police department and local property owners who have their property overrun by crowds of day laborers that negatively impact their businesses in meaningful ways.  The county police department has no ability for property owners to file an affidavit with the Department to authorize enforcement of loitering laws, unlike even liberal nearby jurisdictions as Montgomery County, Maryland.  This means that until an enourmous amount of legwork is done by volunteers to establish pre-existing authorization for police to do they job they’re supposed to do, property owners must call in each and every time loitering day laborers take over their property.

Without an actual negotiated agreement between a property owner and the Prince William County Police Department, loitering laws are effectively unenforced.  In almost every case I’ve seen, the lack of response by police without these agreements leads to property owners simply giving up on asking for help.  If you call the police because there’s a suspicious group of people hanging out on the corner of your street who aren’t ostensibly day laborers, police response is immediate and strong.  Make the same call complaining that thirty day laborers have taken over your property and scaring away customers, and the police are too busy, enforcing the law is too difficult and time-consuming, and the day laborers will just be back right after the police leave.

We’ve even seen reports where day laborers assaulted people, and instead of investigating an actual crime, the police chose to harass the victims.  Yeah, this is a department that wants to enforce the law fairly and equally, but some people are simply more equal than others, aren’t they.

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  1. Anonymous said on 9 Apr 2009 at 10:50 am:
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    That article is sure to get the “bright site” fanatic’s panties in an uproar. The apologists for King Charlie’s enforcement (or non enforcement) policies of the resolution now have something else to squeal about. The author of the column has squarely hit the nail on the head about feet dragging and trying to delay the implementation for as long as possible.

  2. Advocator said on 9 Apr 2009 at 11:07 am:
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    The most interesting aspect of the article is that the paper published it.

  3. starryflights said on 9 Apr 2009 at 11:13 am:
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    How old is he? I hope he is near retirement age.

  4. BothPartiesColludeAgainstYou said on 9 Apr 2009 at 12:05 pm:
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    Good column.

  5. Anonymous said on 9 Apr 2009 at 12:05 pm:
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    Advocator said “The most interesting aspect of the article is that the paper published it.”

    True enough - very much the opposite of the usual editorials and “news” they publish. Interesting.

  6. TDB said on 9 Apr 2009 at 12:25 pm:
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    The papers circulation numbers must be way down. I’m guessing they published the letter in an attempt to garner more subscribers. It’ll take a lot more than one letter for me to re-subscribe!

  7. Groveton said on 9 Apr 2009 at 1:07 pm:
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    I’ll skate on thin ice here. Maybe this Chief Deane guy is just being smart. He doesn’t decide whether the federal government grants an amnesty program or not. So, why alienate a large group of people who might just become legal citizens with the wave of Nancy Pelosi’s hand?

    And if you had to bet on the US granting an amnesty program sometime in the next two years - I think it’s an “odds on favorite”:


    Obama and the Democrats are going to make all these illegals legal. Once that happens I assume you all will be happy that the Chief of Police has a good relationship with this newest block of legal citizens.

    Your anger is misdirected. It’s the US Congress that needs the butt kicking, not the local police.

  8. BothPartiesColludeAgainstYou said on 9 Apr 2009 at 1:44 pm:
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    Putting pressure on elected and appointed officials at every level is one way to get Congress to pay attention. (Not voting for the party you usually vote for is another).

    The sweetest thing that ever happened in politics around here, the thing that presaged the success HSM would have, was the Herndon City Council nearly all losing their positions over the Day Labor issue.

  9. rebelreggie said on 9 Apr 2009 at 1:51 pm:
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    ALERT! Federal bill would deny funds to Sanctuary Cities!

    The efforts of the federal government to enforce immigration law are hamstrung by local city governments that declare themselves sanctuaries from immigration enforcement. S 95 (Sen. David Vitter, R-LA) would deny Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) funding to cities with sanctuary policies.

    The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 provides that a federal, state, or local government entity may not restrict officials from exchanging information regarding an individual’s immigration status with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    CLICK HERE to send a letter to your Senators asking them to support this important bill.
    (If above link does not work, copy and paste the following into your internet browser address bar: http://capwiz.com/caps/issues/alert/?alertid=13113161)

  10. rebelreggie said on 9 Apr 2009 at 1:53 pm:
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    Friends of ALIPAC,

    We are pleased to report that we have just won two new victories. One in Nebraska and one in North Carolina. Our most special thanks goes to each of you that helped make these two projects a victory for the pro-enforcement side!

    Details of our spectacular win in Colorado will be added to the homepage shortly. Our wins against in-state tuition for illegals will help us defeat Obama’s amnesty bills.

    We outnumbered the illegals and their supporters in Alamance County yesterday three to one! The illegals showed their contempt for our laws and lack of respect for our police and seven were arrested, so please read the full details below.

    ALIPAC Release (April 9)
    Pro-Enforcement Demonstrators Win 3 to 1 in Alamance Co.

    N.C. - Seven Arrested During Graham Immigration Rally

    Nebraska governor signs illegal-immigration bill

    Now for the bad news. Barrack Obama has announced he plans to start pushing for AMNESTY for illegal aliens in May. We have only a short time to prepare.

    Please read the details and then vote in this MSNBC online poll!

    Obama to Push Illegal Immigration AMNESTY Bill Despite the Risks



    You may also comment beneath the poll.

  11. Bridget said on 9 Apr 2009 at 3:54 pm:
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    Virginia Legislature Rejects Stimulus Cash


    Arlington County VA to count illegals for cash. Shocking.


    “We are going to wind up paying for their social services, their health, and especially their education costs — and we are going to get no compensation for it because you can’t ask the federal government to fund illusory people,” Moran told CNSNews.com when asked what would happen with federal funds if illegals are not counted in the census.”

    Amazing. Those so often deemed as essential to keeping our economy afloat and humming are now held up by the scruff as the needy when the government cheese truck arrives.

    Get a clue, Moran. We have been paying for your pet aliens for decades - whether they are subsidized from the County, State or Federal coffers - it all comes out of our pockets, you pathetic pimp.

  12. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 9 Apr 2009 at 8:21 pm:
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    Everyone needs to start contacting our elected officials to block amnesty. Can you imagine the chain migration effect? Let alone, all the people that would qualify for welfare? Greg, anyway for you to set up an online submission form for mass emailings?

  13. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 9 Apr 2009 at 8:55 pm:
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    Good video on the latest amnesty situation.

  14. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 9 Apr 2009 at 9:06 pm:
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    Another Amnesty video…this one shows some highlights of what the bill would provide to illegal aliens.

  15. Anonymous said on 10 Apr 2009 at 5:39 am:
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    Just watched the video above, and I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t heard it! There can’t be anyone other than an illegal that could have possibly created this bill. I wasn’t aware that we had so many in congress with Latino relatives. Bye Bye American pie! Hello Mexamerican burrito. Disgraceful at best!

  16. Anonymous said on 10 Apr 2009 at 6:17 am:
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    Off topic:

    Clinton didn’t have sex, and Obama didn’t bow!

  17. Robert L. Duecaster said on 10 Apr 2009 at 10:53 am:
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    Happy Easter, everyone! Stay safe.

  18. BothPartiesColludeAgainstYou said on 10 Apr 2009 at 11:50 am:
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    You know, I’m not trying to discourage anyone from outrage, but I think we’re safe on the Amnesty thing this year.

    It’s pretty obvious what the Obama Administration’s political calculus is. They know Amnesty or even backsliding on enforcement are not politically viable. Biden actually said this out loud recently.

    But they made promises during the campaign to cater to the elusive “Latino vote”.

    They feel that they can keep those promises without inflaming public passion at large - to bring the subject up for a debate, even though they know it’s a non-starter and are now saying it may not even come up for vote. And they want to stop the spectacle of raids that ensnare illegals who have committed no other crimes. Mainly because that does not especially play badly to most Americans, but does to the Latino voting bloc.

    At the same time border enforcement continues to become more real, and there is now initiative to crack down on employers.

    This could make the supply of illegal workers dry up a bit in a way that may not be popular with the illegals, or with the citizens of Mexico et al, but in a way that is fairly palatable to legal US Latinos, i.e. the ones who vote. Don’t tear their grandmother crying and screaming from the house or car, but don’t let her work or get government benefits.

    And he feels this approach will innoculate him against the GOP because if they cry for harsher measures, they cede the Latino vote.

    This might not be so bad. Intimidating employers not to hire illegals - even if we could do that just for fast food restaurants alone! - will make much more of a difference than random raids.

    I think it’s important to pressure both parties for continued and enhanced enforcement. When the Dems talk about universal health care or reducing poverty, or the GOP talks about financial responsibility, laugh in their face and loudly explain the joke of it.

    But on the worse case of Amnesty, I think we are much safer than in 2007 and 2008.

  19. rebelreggie said on 10 Apr 2009 at 2:04 pm:
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    Press ReleaseAbuse Rampant in Fraudulent Tax Returns: New Report Demonstrates Misuse of Earned Income Tax Credit
    April 9, 2009 - WASHINGTON, D.C. — Abuse is rampant in the collection of fraudulent income tax refunds from the IRS, especially by illegal immigrants — according to a new report to be released by the Social Contract Press on April 14.

    The 51-page report, The Earned Income Tax Credit and Illegal Immigration: A Study in Fraud, Abuse, and Liberal Activism, by financial analyst and economist Edwin Rubenstein, will be released at a News Conference at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at the at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

    Speaking at the news conference to release the report will be: –Ed Rubenstein, Financial analyst and economist, who is President of ESR Research; formerly he was with the W. R. Grace Company, the Manhattan Institute and the Hudson Institute

    –James R. Edwards, Jr., a principal at the MITA Group, a Washington-based government affairs firm, and a consultant and public policy expert, author, and former Lincoln Fellow of the Claremont Institute

    –Wayne Lutton, Ph.D., historian, and author of The Immigration Time Bomb; and editor of The Social Contract Press, the publisher of the new report

    “The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is the largest anti-poverty program in the United States - and the most illegal-immigrant friendly,” explains Edwin Rubenstein, author of the new report. “In 2007, more than 23 million households received more than $47 billion in the EITC payments.”

    But “between one-quarter to one-third of all EITC claims are ‘improperly paid’ according to the General Accounting Office. The EITC - like most of the tax code - operates on the honor system. This is very different from welfare and food stamps where applicants are interviewed and required to present proof of eligibility,” Mr. Rubenstein said.

    According to the report, much of the so-called “tax relief” goes to people who never paid a cent in taxes, and may have already defrauded the government of huge sums each year. “EITC scams are common, well-organized, and massive,” Rubenstein writes in the report. EITC ranks second out of 57 government programs in fraudulent payments. Only Medicare reported a larger dollar amount.

    Public policy expert, James R. Edwards, Jr., said that the report demonstrates that “EITC robs some to give to others. This is exactly the kind of so-called ‘tax relief’ Obama talked about during the campaign and in his sales job for his economic stimulus bill. Obama is redistributing wealth via the tax code and misleading the public by calling it tax cuts. Rather it’s welfare by other means,” Mr. Edwards said.

    “EITC has become yet another means of depriving hard-working Americans of their own resources,” Mr. Edwards said.

    The EITC is the most accessible of the major entitlement programs and used by more people than food stamps and welfare (TANF)* combined. A related tax credit, the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) is available to illegal immigrants even if they do not have a valid Social Security number.

    The complete report, The Earned Income Tax Credit and Illegal Immigration: A Study in Fraud, Abuse, and Liberal Activism, is be available at the Social Contract Press website, www.thesocialcontract.com.

  20. BothPartiesColludeAgainstYou said on 10 Apr 2009 at 2:12 pm:
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    Oooohhhh that makes me angry.

  21. rebelreggie said on 10 Apr 2009 at 2:28 pm:
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    The latest telephone poll taken by the Florida Governor’s
    office asked whether people who live in Florida think
    illegal immigration is a serious problem.

    29 percent of respondents answered: “Yes, it is a serious

    71 percent of respondents answered: “No es una problema

  22. Johnson said on 10 Apr 2009 at 3:02 pm:
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    Wow! I can’t believe the Urinal Massager actually printed that. When are the liberal fish-wrappers going to admit that they’re losing readers because most of us are conservative? There’s a reason that Air America didn’t last. We vote with our wallets. Why else would the liberals want to muzzle us with the so-called “Fairness Docterine”? Media share is about business, period. There aren’t many liberal TV/radio shows because nobody supports them.

    We need to get back to putting America first, while still respecting the rights of the individual. That’s how we became the most powerful nation on earth, by working together. That’s our culture, as Americans. Selfish, greedy, narcissistic liberals need to be placed back in their proper positions of standing on the sidelines and whining pitifully while conservatives lead. Deporting illegal aliens and ensuring the future of our citizens and lawful permanent residents is the only choice that makes sense in the “immigration reform” equation. We must regain control of our borders and our economy. We can only begin to do that by enforcing the law. Lawful immigrants seek us out because we are a nation of laws. Illegal aliens use our kindness and generosity against us. They must leave before being considered for lawful entry. They must pay their dues (literally) before reaping the rewards of citizenship.

  23. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 10 Apr 2009 at 3:51 pm:
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    “That’s how we became the most powerful nation on earth, by working together.”

    A bit simplistic? Slave labor helped, systematically killing off American Indians helped, investment in military technology and high technology helped. Not embracing communism or full-blooded socialism, which crippled other nations, helped too. Don’t get me wrong, I agree that we need some changes in America towards people taking responsibility for self and seeing their country as something to give to rather than take from. I just get sick of this simple-minded sloganeering that many on the right do towards “liberals” as the root of all evil.

    Frankly, I think the average Rush Limbaugh listener, who fears gays and reacts violently to anything “anti-God”, is psychotic.

    I think that the majority of Democartic voters just don’t pay attention to the world and aren’t good with logic.

    And the majority of Republican voters are sheep being manipulated by the rich, who make them thing they’re doing “God’s will” or building a stronger America through promulgating a completely false agenda. (”After we outlaw abortion, we can move on to finding the cure for homosexuality”. “We need to spend our way towards growth and fiscal responsibility - this can ONLY be acheived by giving allowing the rich to keep more money”. “You know, we’d crack down hard on illegal immigration but the Democrats are keeping us from doing so”. “We need to go fight in Iraq because they supported terrorism”. and on and on, demonstrably crazy b***s*** ).

    If we could somehow wake up and find gone all of the “Liberals” or “Democrats” gone and the right-wingers ran this country, I have a feeling it’d devolve into fascism pretty quickly.

  24. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 10 Apr 2009 at 3:53 pm:
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    And if the converse happened we’d probably devolve into ancient Rome. The two personality types should embrace each other.

  25. Bridget said on 10 Apr 2009 at 6:10 pm:
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    I also think part of the Obama Administration’s political calculus is to rally support with this pre-announcement announcement:

    “…the administration is sending unmistakable signals to illegal aliens that they will not vigorously enforce laws against illegal immigration.”







  26. Bridget said on 10 Apr 2009 at 9:32 pm:
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    If we could somehow wake up and find gone all of the “Liberals” or “Democrats” gone and the right-wingers ran this country, I have a feeling it’d devolve into fascism pretty quickly.


  27. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 6:42 am:
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    BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs: so are you an advocate of “true tolerance” or “pseudo tolerance”? Liberals that I have had discussions with are actually “intolerant” (although somehow they “think” that they are tolerant - which I like to call pseudo tolerance). If you have a differing viewpoint than the liberal, rather than “tolerate” your viewpoint as being equally valid with their viewpoint (which would be true tolerance) they go off their rocker. This is just one mere example that liberalism is some sort of illogical condition.

  28. DPortM said on 11 Apr 2009 at 6:47 am:
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    If you oppose amnesty for illegal aliens, please sign this petition and forward the link to your patriotic friends and families so they can sign it as well:

    Petition to Obama: No Amnesty for Illegal Foreign Workers
    Repeatedly on the campaign trail, Obama pledged to be a strong advocate for America’s workers, particularly to help get the unemployed back to work. Yet, the Obama staff continue to proclaim support for legalizing the estimated 7 million illegal foreign workers (plus their families). These illegal workers are primarily in the construction, service and manufacturing jobs, but also in the higher skilled jobs, being actively sought by the 10 million officially unemployed Americans.

    A legalization program would permanently remove 7 million jobs from being available for American workers. We the undersigned urge President-Elect Obama (1) to reject legalization and (2) to make vulnerable Americans your priority, mandating workplace verification to open up millions of jobs to U.S. citizens and lawfully present immigrants.


  29. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 6:47 am:
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    It was rather interesting over past week or so. I was listening to conservative radio and the host went out to ask a few questions from members of the general public. The host asked questions such as “would you agree with the following statement….”. Many of the responders (mostly college age kids) answered yes to the statements. The host then revealed that the statements were made by Karl Marx. Once the host said that….you should of heard the waffling and excuses. AMAZING!

  30. just_curious said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:20 am:
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    I think I heard of this as well, it’s a bit disturbing how folks just dont realize what they are hearing. the media is very powerful, just ask obama who was elected by them. Then in a few years they’ll be backpeddling because it’s turning out he’s really sucked as a president.

  31. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:24 am:
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    GREAT video. This guy needs to school obama.

  32. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:33 am:
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    I believe this video demonstrates that even some of our elected officials have skipped civics 101. I have a simple solution….if you are illegal…you and your family get deported back to your home country….where you will have a voice.

  33. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:50 am:
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    Comparison of positions petaining to “comprehensive immigration reform”

    Open Borders (Pro-Amnesty) Supporters:
    1. The immigration system is “broken”

    What “broken” really means to them….

    It is not fair that the United States has a legal process to control the unrestricted flow of people into our country. Everyone that wants to come here (even when they do not add value to the country, but are a burden to society at large) should be able to freely flow into the country without being stopped.

    Why this is irrational - no country could withstand a continual influx of people (particularly those who do not add value and are an overall burden). Eventually, the country would go bankrupt, innovation would suffer, etc. etc. etc.

    Pro-Enforcement Supporters:
    1. The immigration system is “broken”

    What “broken” really means to them….

    The United States has a legal process to control the unrestricted flow of people into our country. The system is “broken” because our current laws that keep our country safe and our quality of life high are currently NOT BEING ENFORCED. The simple solution is to start enforcing the laws already on the books. We live in a “REPUBLIC”. A republic is not governed by majority or “mob rule”. A republic is governed by the “RULE OF LAW”. The laws are applied to all individuals equally. Period.

  34. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 8:11 am:
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    “Illegal Immigration…The Destruction of America” video.

  35. Dave in PWC said on 11 Apr 2009 at 8:46 am:
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    The Patriot,

    That politician from MA yesterday backed down after 90% of the feedback she got from her constituents was against her position in the video. That is how politicians are supposed to work, listen to the people who voted for them. Funny how that works…

  36. Cynic said on 11 Apr 2009 at 9:03 am:
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    The Patriot - This is just one mere example that liberalism is some sort of illogical condition.

    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

    That’s M. Savage, but there was also a blurb on WND by a psychiatrist who diagnosed it as a mental disorder.

  37. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 11 Apr 2009 at 9:31 am:
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    Liberal fascism is real, I agree … and I resent the orthadoxy that prevails currently in society and media.

    Still I think that if the more liberal half of Americans vanished tomorrow that we’d soon be prosecuting homosexuals for being, toletrating racial and sexist prejudice in the workplace, and basically reverting back to 1920. And women would be throwing themselves off horses and down stairwells again having “accidents” rather than abortions. Not every conservative wants that or believes it would happen, but much of the half of this country who votes GOP would see it happen.

  38. Greg L said on 11 Apr 2009 at 10:13 am:
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    I’m about as conservative as they come, and I couldn’t imagine the things you describe ever happening. I think you’re perhaps getting too close to the liberal kool aid club, picking up their talking points like that. Conservatism does not equate at all with intolerance, racism, and the unconscionable behavior you describe.

  39. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 11:00 am:
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    BothParties….have you ever heard of the “melting pot” concept? Learn it, live it, and love it. That is what unites people together here in the United States. The liberals want to “divide” people with ridiculous concepts like “multiculturalism”, “bilingualism”, etc. etc. etc.

  40. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 11:06 am:
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    One more thing BothParties….
    Just because many conservatives disapprove the homosexual lifestyle does not mean that these people “hate” homosexuals. Just because many conservatives disapprove amnesty or pathway to citizenship does not mean that these people “hate” foreigners. Liberals like to use the word “hate” because they know people get a rise out of it, however, they never back up their statements with facts. Liberals need to “research” the real facts before spewing words in haste in order to be taken seriously.

  41. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 11:23 am:
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    Video pertaining to Reverse Discrimination lawsuit filed by firefighters.

  42. Bridget said on 11 Apr 2009 at 11:33 am:
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    We are currently having to tolerate racist and sexist prejudice - the dread “institutionalized discrimination” called affirmative action.

    Get a hold of a listing of available college scholarships - and see how many disqualify anyone who is not a racial/ethnic minority or female - as if simply not being a white or male is some sort of accomplishment worthy of award.

  43. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 11 Apr 2009 at 4:10 pm:
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    No, conservatism does not, and I believe that most conservative activists are sincere in their beliefs and not motivated - arguably less than liberals - by racism, sexism, etc. I think though that a lot of the people who pull the lever have motivations that are not as pure.

    I can understand why you think I’m speaking wildly, but let me continue to try to examine this dispassionately. Imagine a nation full of Anglo-Saxons who are vast majority Christian, and who are generally identified through time with strong work ethic and self-reliance. How would that nation’s history play out? We could use Germany as a case study.

  44. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 11 Apr 2009 at 4:15 pm:
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    I agree with much about the posts above me here, valid points generally, I just react against it when you or we start to reflexively blame all bad things on “liberals” and act as if we could build a better world quite naturally if liberal thought vanished.

    Most of what is decried by conservatives and attributed to liberals, and vice versa, is human nature manifesting itself, and not infliuenced grteatly by anyone’s political theorems.

  45. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 11 Apr 2009 at 4:17 pm:
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    And Patriot, I don’t think that I used the word “hate” or implied it.

  46. Fran Kendrick said on 11 Apr 2009 at 5:15 pm:
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    Bridget, my dear….in case you haven’t noticed, we have the epitome of
    affirmative action sitting in the oval office, using every method known to
    mankind to destroy this country. I am so sick and tired of being labeled
    “racist” when, in fact, the shoe is on the other foot. Do we have a United
    White College Fund? A “White History Month”?, “WET” (white entertainment
    television)? What about the Black Chamber of Commerce? There are over
    60 Black Colleges in the U.S. Have you ever heard of a “White College”?
    Oh, and “Miss Black America pageant”, can you believe it? This is only the
    tip of the iceberg….I could go on, but I think you get my point.
    I, for one, am sick to death of blacks thinking they are “entitled” because
    slavery existed eons ago. Well, I have never owned a slave, and neither
    have the people I know, so I would say it’s high time they should get over
    it and move on. I feel no guilt. Do you? My ancestors, being Irish, were
    the scum of the earth and treated with disdain when first arriving in the
    USA, but they are not welfare pampered, looking for a handout from the
    government because of a time (boo-hoo) they were treated badly.
    Obama is doing exactly what everybody KNEW he would do…..and 95% of
    blacks voted for him because they thought he would fill their gas tanks,
    pay their rent, increase their welfare checks and lead them to the promised
    land. Enough!! Where’s the revolution? Count me in.

  47. fed up said on 11 Apr 2009 at 5:56 pm:
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    Fran Kendrick said on 11 Apr 2009 at 5:15 pm: Flag comment

    Well stated! Count me in, too!

  48. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 11 Apr 2009 at 6:57 pm:
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    Yes the oppression is dreadful

    Beauty pageants

    A nation of voters voted Obama because of white guilt

    You 2 need to interact with the real world more

    Actual black people are mostly different from the ones in your head

    The revolution Fran seeks is over at stromfront.org

  49. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:55 pm:
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    If you took male hormones and grew a pecker you could get a free appointment in the Obama administration as a GS-22 pecker checker to ascertain that your fake pecker isn’t longer than real affirmative action peckers.

  50. Chicken Little said on 11 Apr 2009 at 7:57 pm:
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    Off Topic, but somewhat related to immigration:

    I had to call Wachovia (which I will be closing my account with after their shoddy customer service) and when I finally reached an operator, I was asked 2 questions:

    1. Is your permanent address a LEGAL, UNITED STATES address?

    I guess they got burned one too many times by those who are here illegally getting mortgages and then walking away from their houses.

  51. Bridget said on 11 Apr 2009 at 9:14 pm:
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    Fran dear .. no worries .. I’m way ahead of you on this one ..good post.


    “The primary purpose of multiculturalist educational proposals is to instill in students and (increasingly) in employees and the population at large the demonology that the apparently benign, tolerant, liberal order is actually the most profoundly oppressive order ever to have existed.”


    Liberals always rename things hoping that they will go away:



    Given your scenario … I’d be the closest thing resembling a man in the current White House. What we have now is an boy sitting in the Oval Office… with his perfect pizza, playground equipment and puppy. God in Heaven, so help us, a child is in charge.

  52. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 11 Apr 2009 at 9:50 pm:
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    Lot of good talk radio via the link above. Kevin James discusses all the hot topics such as amnesty, etc.

  53. Mighty Putty said on 11 Apr 2009 at 9:58 pm:
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    BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 10 Apr 2009 at 3:51 pm: Flag comment

    “Frankly, I think the average Rush Limbaugh listener, who fears gays and reacts violently to anything “anti-God”, is psychotic. ”

    Sigmund Freud diagnoses from his couch in the basement. If anyone would know about “mother issues” then it would be Rick Bentley. No woman could ever make the chocolate milk take like mom does.

    The “gay” comment is interesting. We already know you are anti-God. Freudian slip, Rick?

  54. DPortM said on 12 Apr 2009 at 5:33 am:
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    Take a look at this link about the financial crisis that was caused by subprime loans - millions of which were to illegal aliens. Just one story in Atlanta about the purchase of a home by a 2 year old - and now her parents are being deported…


  55. DPortM said on 12 Apr 2009 at 5:38 am:
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    Interview with a mortgage processor:

    Q) …How have the mortgage lenders allowed illegal aliens to enter into a mortgage loan without the proper documents?

    A) The Sub Prime underwriting guidelines had special requirements for, what was called, Foreign Nationals….30% down and full credit package including credit references from their country of origin and a valid Visa. To circumvent this requirement, the applications were marked that the borrower was a US citizen then, regardless if the credit profile did not support such a claim, an underwriter was not allowed to question. This along with use of stolen SS# or use of their American born child’s SS# and lax credit requirements that allowed alternative credit, helped cover the ruse. All required documentation was fraudulent and with the large use of a/k/a’s, information was hard to track.

    Q) What did management do when it was discovered that a stolen Social Security number was being used by a borrower?

    A) It was not uncommon to find a SS# being used by up to 23 other people or a borrower with 27 a/k/a’s. Management would often clear a loan that you tagged as fraudulent so it wouldn’t be shelved.

    The following is a list of U.S. banks (both regional and national) and mortgage insurers which are known to offer home loan programs targeted at illegal aliens:

    -Bank of America
    -Deutsche Bank AG
    -Fifth Third Bancorp
    -Genworth Financial Inc.
    -J.P. Morgan Chase
    -Liberty Financial
    -Mortgage Guarantee Insurance Corp.
    -Plaza Bank
    -Wachovia-Wells Fargo


  56. freedom said on 12 Apr 2009 at 6:27 am:
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    The sad part is that we talk and we talk and we continue talking about this problem, but WHAT do we do about it? Our talk not withstanding, we’ve accomplished little…and this is not the only issue. What has happened to those we elected to represent our interests? That question is posed to you, Paul Nichols, Mark Warner, Jim Web, Connolly (whatever the hell your first name is)??

  57. DPortM said on 12 Apr 2009 at 7:07 am:
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    Freedom, we need to stand up, speak up, and take back our country. We are Americans and we believe in America, liberty, and freedom.

    Attend the TEA Party in D.C. on Wednesday, April 15th:

    The Nationwide Tax Day Tea Party is happening in over 400 cities - April 15th is quickly approaching and momentum is growing QUICKLY!

    Please join the group and invite all of your friends, family, and colleagues to be a part of this nationwide movement!

    We will be beginning at Lafayette Park at 11am with the “Grassroots” stage and 12pm at the US Treasury Department for the National Stage

    Lafayette Park - Grassroots Stage - 11am - 3pm
    Speakers, music, open microphone for public to voice their concerns

    US Treasury - Tax Day Tea Party National Stage - 12pm - 2pm
    National Stage on Fiscal Irresponsibility

    If you would like to volunteer in making this Tea Party even bigger and better than the last, please send an
    email to dctaxdaydayteaparty@gmail.com with how you can help in this coordinated effort!

    Thanks to everyone for getting involved and having our voices heard!

    Closest Metro Stops:
    Federal Triangle (blue and orange lines), Metro Center (blue, orange, and red lines) and McPherson Square (blue and orange lines).

  58. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 12 Apr 2009 at 10:19 am:
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    LETTER: We should have pride in Deane

    Your View
    Potomac News
    Published: April 12, 2009

    I read the column by Michael Shannon in Thursday’s News & Messenger, entitled “Why doesn’t the Big Enchilada empathize?” In it, Mr. Shannon levels what could only be characterized as a personal
    attack upon Chief Charlie Deane. The brunt of the attack focused on an alleged delay in enforcement of the county’s crackdown on illegal aliens. The editorial writer attributes the alleged delay to a
    personal motive by Chief Deane that is completely unsubstantiated and baseless.

    The county policy, if not unique, is certainly novel and one that has little precedent. It quite properly generated a degree of controversy and debate that I have not seen in my more than 30 years as a
    resident or attorney in this county. Consider the possible legal ramifications had this policy been implemented in any other than a uniform fashion by officers who had been thoroughly trained in its
    implementation. The chief acted in a prudent and responsible manner to ensure that all his officers were properly trained. Had he done otherwise, the risk would have been that the county might have been
    exposed to suit under federal law for violation of individual rights. Chief Deane was in uncharted and perilous legal territory, and we should all be grateful that he acted as he did.

    While I for one do not think it should be the job of local political subdivisions to enforce federal immigration laws and that such enforcement should be within the exclusive purview of the federal authorities,
    that has nothing to do with the position I take regarding Chief Deane.

    In sum, we are very fortunate to have Charlie Deane as our chief of county police. He has been responsible for the leadership and development of a truly exemplary law enforcement organization of which
    we should all be proud.



  59. Anonymous said on 12 Apr 2009 at 1:33 pm:
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    Did anyone notice that not once did the “bright side” mention the article by Michael Shannon re “king” Deane in last weeks MJM? Guess they only comment on articles that are pro-illegal aliens/illegal immigration and their supporters (including the “King.” What’s new, huh?

  60. Anonymous said on 12 Apr 2009 at 1:37 pm:
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    The Capital should also have been on the stops to voice an opinion. Congress is just as guilty as Treasury and the Presidency.

  61. Anonymous said on 12 Apr 2009 at 1:42 pm:
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    DPortM said on 12 Apr 2009 at 7:07 am: Flag comment

    Freedom, we need to stand up, speak up, and take back our country. We are Americans and we believe in America, liberty, and freedom.

    The Capital should also have been on the stops to voice an opinion. Congress is just as guilty as Treasury and the Presidency.

  62. Bridget said on 12 Apr 2009 at 2:01 pm:
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    Actual black people …. is that anything like typical white people?

    Students and submissive staff at Brown Univesity can transmit their values back 500 years and say Columbus was wrong, yet we abort 50 million infants and don’t bat an eye! Planned Parenthood abortion mills ring our nations’ black ghettos (like panzer tanks - as someone described them on another site) yet we act as if a racist genocide is not occurring everyday in America. It is now being funded with taxpayer dollars.

    I’ll say it again …We act as if a racist genocide is not occuring everyday in America.

    You need to interact with the real world more? … that real world anything like the real news we get from Chris Matthews, Katie Couric, the New York Times and Newspeak Magazine? Our actual, typical, real MSM PC propaganda makes Goebbels look like a diletant. Interact with the real world more? You first:


    Happy Easter and Passover all.

  63. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 12 Apr 2009 at 2:38 pm:
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    “Students and submissive staff at Brown Univesity can transmit their values back 500 years and say Columbus was wrong, ”

    You’re saying he was “right”? He thought that he was in India and came over to plant the flag of Spain. I take no pride or pleasure in it.

    “yet we abort 50 million infants and don’t bat an eye! ”

    Actually rather than not batting an eye, people think and talk about the issue quite a bit. And each political party has an associated constituency on one side of the issue that has them in chokehold. Seems to me it’s acknowledged as a major issue. Even though it seems to me like a bizarre fantasy that you could ever outlaw it in more than a handful of states.

    Bottom line most swing voters don’t much care. They probably feel like me that late-term abortion is highly distasteful but early-term abortion is no sin. At some point it’s criminal. Is the current line drawn in the right place? probably.

    “Planned Parenthood abortion mills ring our nations’ black ghettos (like panzer tanks - as someone described them on another site) yet we act as if a racist genocide is not occurring everyday in America. It is now being funded with taxpayer dollars.

    I’ll say it again …We act as if a racist genocide is not occuring everyday in America.”

    Well, that’s a harsh accusation, but it seems to me that the Planned Parenthood Centers are not a racist plot, but are centering in urban neighborhoods because that is where more unplanned pregnancies happen, and to people with limited transport. You really believe it’s a plot?

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. The only reason that early-term abortion disturbs some of you is because you believe in a “soul”, and the “soul” would naturally come into being at the instance of conception. You’re not so much fighting for “unborn babies” - if you were, you’d take it further and go Catholic and try to ensure that seed not be spilt upon the ground and so forth. You’re just concerned with rationalizing and justifying your silly, childish belief in a fairy stories that no sane person should take seriously.

    At least, that’s my 2 cents. You’re not a hero crusading for human rights, you’re just trying to preserve your faith in the inane.

  64. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 12 Apr 2009 at 2:42 pm:
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    There is no “soul”. There is a brain, with human consciousness in it. But it’s not there, at all, for a few months.

    Meanwhile, if you want to preserve your religious beliefs, you should acknowledge that the Bible - written in a very different era than the present - says flat-out that masturbation is a sin.

    I’m pro-masturbation though. As Woody Allen said, don’t knock masturbation. It’s sex with someone I love.

  65. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 12 Apr 2009 at 5:46 pm:
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    This is a great article that ALL LIBERALS and non-liberals should read. It discusses the importance of sensible immigration and why multiculturalism is a farce.

  66. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 12 Apr 2009 at 5:52 pm:
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    This is an excellent piece that outlines the true facts behind the “race baiting” arguments pro-amnesty types love to hurl about.

  67. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 12 Apr 2009 at 6:53 pm:
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    This article takes the cake! WOW…you had better be sitting down when you read this nonsense! This is a big pie right in the face of those liberals (and other pro-amnesty types) who constantly tell everyone that the new wave of latinos are assimilating. What do you have to say now? I think this plays into the literature produced by groups like nclr, mecha, and aztlan supporters.

  68. Cynic said on 13 Apr 2009 at 12:44 am:
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    The Patriot’s post -

    ” “Latinos will become, eventually, the majority in this country,” said Ramos, noting that they currently represent 14 percent of the U.S. population. “This is becoming a bilingual country.” ”

    That’s what some have been pointing out here. When Latinos become the majority, they will elected Latinos at all levels of government.

    Bye, bye, elected white liberals! And, would bet that the probability is high that the New Latinos will not only implement immigration policies and laws that are as stringent as those currently in force in Mexico, but also would see that these immigration policies and laws are strictly enforced. Then, we’ll finally have border security!

  69. manassascityresident said on 13 Apr 2009 at 9:53 am:
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    Click on the link below and give Obama a grade.

    I bet MSNBC is shocked that so far, he’s ranking a strong “F”……

  70. Bridget said on 13 Apr 2009 at 10:50 am:
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    “Hundreds of Brown students had asked the Providence, R.I. school to stop observing Columbus Day, saying Christopher Columbus’s violent treatment of Native Americans he encountered was inconsistent with Brown’s values.”

    But what say high and mighty exclusive B.U. “values” to the treatment of American unborn? Anybody from the Eradicate Columbus Day at Brown group batting any eyes over abortion? I think not. I simply pointed to their selective self rightious simplistic sympathies as well as their hypocrisy. Doubt that abortion would be considered ” inconsistant with Brown’s values” for the same reasons you outline for yourself. Not heroes crusading for human rights, just trying to preserve faith in the inane.


    Funny how militant many atheists are.. if there is no God, what’s the point?

    If God is so obviously non-existent, why make such a fuss? To a real atheist, being a militant atheist would be like defining your life in terms of one’s non-belief in the Easter Bunny.

    Atheism (or as some, ironicly, refer to it, “freethought”) is easily the most dogmatic religion that exists. It requires more faith than most any other religion. In short, it’s perfect for the average person with a serious God complex.


    Columbus Day Becomes “Fall Weekend”
    Brown University has renamed Columbus Day as “Fall Weekend,” on the grounds that honoring the guy held responsible for the spread of Western Civilization to the Western Hemisphere would be “inconsistent with Brown’s values.”

    Via Pajamas Media, this excerpt from The Killing of History gives an indication of the culture our forefathers displaced, to the horror of liberal educrats:

    Human sacrifice was practiced by the Aztecs of Mexico, the Mayas of Yucatan, the Incas of Peru, the Tupinambas and the Caytes of Brazil, the natives of Guyana and the Pawnee and Huron tribes of North America. In societies that had developed urban settlements, such as those of the Aztecs and Mayas, victims were usually taken to a central temple and lain across an altar where priests would cut out their hearts and offer them to the gods. In the less technologically developed societies of Guyana and Brazil, victims would either be battered to death in the open and then dismembered, or tied up and burned to death over a fire. The early Europeans were shocked to find that sacrifice was often accompanied by cannibalism. In Tenochtitlan, the remains of sacrificed victims were taken from the temples and distributed among the populace, who would cook the flesh in a stew. In Guyana and Brazil, limbs of victims were skewered and roasted over a spit before being consumed. The Caytes of the Brazilian coast ate the crew of every wrecked Portuguese vessel they found. The American anthropologist Harry Turney-High writes: “At one meal they ate the first Bishop of Bahia, to Canons, the Procurator of the Royal Portuguese Treasury, two pregnant women, and several children.”
    The sin of Columbus was that his discovery led to these vibrant multicultural festivities giving way to the ultimate crime against political correctness, the USA.

    Many people lack a spiritual belief system and fill that void with obsessions.

    “I’m pro-masturbation though. As Woody Allen said, don’t knock masturbation. It’s sex with someone I love.”

    There’s a God is a woody or woody is my God joke here somewhere, but I don’t think it’s worth the effort.

    You’re on your own there, bpc. In more ways than one.

  71. Bridget said on 13 Apr 2009 at 3:50 pm:
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    This is an excellent piece that outlines the true facts behind the “race baiting” arguments pro-amnesty types love to hurl about.

    “… no topic is out of bounds for use in their ceaseless, shameless drumbeat of victimhood. So a vile depiction of Jesus as a “migrant” for political purposes is just another day in Mexico City during Easter week.”


  72. Dave in PWC said on 13 Apr 2009 at 5:41 pm:
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    This was cut and pasted from the Gwinnett County in Georgia Paper. It’s about 35 miles northeast of Atlanta and they recently “found” over a thousand illegals in their jails.

    Talk about a tough judge…

    4/11/2009 12:01:00 AM

    Men dealt 6 life terms
    Robbers get one of stiffest rulings in county history

    By Josh Green
    Staff Writer

    LAWRENCEVILLE - A judge imposed six life sentences plus more than 200 years on the last two captured members of a posse who robbed, sexually assaulted and generally terrorized Gwinnett immigrant communities five years ago.

    The ruling caps the prosecution of eight men who’ll face some of the longest sentences imposed in the history of Gwinnett County.

    Suffice it to say Superior Court Judge Debra Turner - known for doling harsh penalties - doesn’t shine kindly on home invaders.

    Turner set a Georgia record in 2007 when she sentenced Jeffrey Kollie and Ryan Brandt each to seven consecutive life sentences plus 265 years.

    The duo robbed a string of Gwinnett restaurants and a married couple at their Snellville home in 2006. They held the record for longest sentencing in Georgia until Brian Nichols was dealt life in prison without parole last December, said Lisa Jones, the Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney who prosecuted both Gwinnett robbing crews.

    Turner concluded a two-week trial Tuesday when she sentenced Javier Quiroz, 24, and Paulino Martinez, 26, to several centuries behind bars. A jury convicted Quiroz of 22 counts and Martinez of 24 but was hung on a total of 22 other charges, Jones said.

    The judge declared a mistrial on the latter counts.

    “Whether they’ll be retried on those counts is still to be determined,” Jones said.

    To date, four members of the posse have been sentenced to more than 150 years in prison each after entering guilty pleas. The only two to fight the charges before last month - Gustavo Cisneros and Mario Silverio - were sentenced by Turner to six life sentences plus more than 200 years.

    “(Turner) gave each defendant the maximum sentence possible,” Jones said.

    The nine-man posse targeted eight Hispanic families and one Jamaican family in early 2004.

    In one instance, a mother was stripped and sexually molested in front of her 6-year-old child; in another, a man who wouldn’t divulge the location of stashed money was burned and cut with a red-hot knife.

    Prosecutors painted the robbers as a methodical crew, who in each instance were masked, wore gloves and picked the homes clean of cash, jewelry and other valuables. They moved in ranks, anointing members either drivers, gunmen, cover-men, searchers or lookouts, prosecutors said.

    The ninth suspect, a juvenile at the time, was mistakenly set free. Jones said a bench warrant has been issued for the teen’s arrest but he has not yet been captured.

    But they are only here to work…

  73. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 13 Apr 2009 at 6:21 pm:
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    I am utterly disappointed that the liberals have nothing to say concerning the factual articles I posted. Maybe, just maybe they already KNOW what I posted is the TRUTH and just don’t want to fess up.

  74. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 13 Apr 2009 at 6:26 pm:
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    Now here is another consideration. If groups like national council of la raza try to use the word “diversity” to make the case for unrestricted flow of people from south of the border….how “diverse” will our country be if everyone is hispanic? What then? I think that countries south of the border have FAR EXCEEDED their fair entry quota. It is time to allow other countries to have a chance (via legal means). After all, “diversity” is the argument…right?

  75. bonscott1976 said on 13 Apr 2009 at 6:39 pm:
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    Met her on my CB,
    said her name was Mimi.
    Thought she was an angel come to earth….

    When I went to meet her,
    man you should have seen her.
    Twice as tall as me three times the girth…

    My fat baby loves to eat,
    big old buddha belly and her breasts swing past her feet.
    My fat baby loves to eat, eat, eat.

    My big old fat ass baby loves to eat ! ! ! !…..


    sorry guys i had to do it. BVBL guy, please don’t kick me out….lol ;-)

  76. Cynic said on 13 Apr 2009 at 9:50 pm:
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    The Patriot - “I think that countries south of the border have FAR EXCEEDED their fair entry quota. It is time to allow other countries to have a chance (via legal means). After all, “diversity” is the argument…right?”

    I agree. Those SOB - South of the Border - quotas should be drastically reduced and racist groups like La Raza should be under constant surveillance.

  77. Anonymous said on 14 Apr 2009 at 8:55 am:
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    The Patriot’s post -

    ” “Latinos will become, eventually, the majority in this country,” said Ramos, noting that they currently represent 14 percent of the U.S. population. “This is becoming a bilingual country.” ”

    That’s what some have been pointing out here. When Latinos become the majority, they will elected Latinos at all levels of government.

    Bye, bye, elected white liberals! And, would bet that the probability is high that the New Latinos will not only implement immigration policies and laws that are as stringent as those currently in force in Mexico, but also would see that these immigration policies and laws are strictly enforced. Then, we’ll finally have border security!

    Just look at California. Check out how many LATINO/LATINA’S have been elected to congress in areas controlled by them. It is true in other parts of the country with LARGE latino populations. The once said they would reclaim “their” land one way or another.

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