“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Why do you tolerate being treated like a child or idiot by your government?

Any of you following the last posting will have noticed a couple of comments by Charles:

Charles said
As mentioned in the last post, I went to the National Press Club & did the Newt question. It looks like more americans have been killed by illegals than in Iraq. However, the info is annecdotal. It would take someone to do a freedom of information inquiry or a lexus nexus search and a lot of phone calls to track down some numbers suitable for the major media.

Newt threw it back at me. He didn't seem to understand that the next election hinges on the amnesty vote in congress.

However, I don't have time to work on this. I'm studying SEO , working on my business, and doing a desalination blog. If someone were interested in taking this up I would gladly swap my very detailed info on doing SEO web sites that can be extremely remunerative. I do PPC search and do very well indeed. I have the inside track on the best info.

"Taking this up" means doing the research and doing what it takes to get the info up to the national level fast.

The reason this is vitally important is that congress is taking up amnesty. If they pass the enabling legislation then the conservatives will be zoned out of the presidency well nigh permanently.

Some verifiable stats on illegal murder rates that showed they were as high as KIA's in Iraq --that made national headlines and national television would--throw a monkey wrench into the gears of congress moves toward amnesty.

Wed Mar 21, 12:41:00 PM EDT

Charles sent Whit and I an email noting the level of investigation that he has done to date regarding a simple question: "How many Americans are murdered by illegal aliens?" Think about the implications of the question and the answer. Suppose more are murdered each year than those killed on 911. Suppose more are murdered by illegals than are killed in Iraq each year. Do you think that you are entitled to that information? Why not?

I for one are disgusted with the apathy and resignation of so many Americans to whatever their government dishes out to them. We accept government intrusion and domination over ridiculous things and obviously in this case in things that can affect the survial of you and your family. I will cite a simple example.

On a recent return flight from overseas, I arrived one hour late to a large hub airport. Everyone was concerned about making a connection and after going through immigration and waiting for our luggage, many American citizens in an American airport were trying to find out about their American connections and American families. They were using their cell phone.

Some officious government twerp started yelling at people to turn their phone off. One after another without comment they did so.

I asked him, "Why do you care? These people are trying to check on their connections. What business is it of yours?"

Our security is our business. Why do we have to fight to get straight answers?

More will follow.


  1. U.S. to Ease Illegal Immigrants' Children's Access to Medicaid
    In response to concerns that some babies may be missing out on essential health care, the Bush administration will issue a rule making it easier for the infants of noncitizens to gain access to services covered through Medicaid.

    Illegal aliens murder
    12 Americans daily
    Death toll in 2006 far overshadows total
    U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, Afghanistan
    Posted: November 28, 2006
    1:00 a.m. Eastern

    By Joseph Farah
    © 2006

    WASHINGTON – While the military "quagmire" in Iraq was said to tip the scales of power in the U.S. midterm elections, most Americans have no idea more of their fellow citizens – men, women and children – were murdered this year by illegal aliens than the combined death toll of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan since those military campaigns began.

    Though no federal statistics are kept on murders or any other crimes committed by illegal aliens, a number of groups have produced estimates based on data collected from prisons, news reports and independent research.

    Twelve Americans are murdered every day by illegal aliens, according to statistics released by Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa. If those numbers are correct, it translates to 4,380 Americans murdered annually by illegal aliens. That's 21,900 since Sept. 11, 2001.

    Total U.S. troop deaths in Iraq as of last week were reported at 2,863. Total U.S. troop deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan during the five years of the Afghan campaign are currently at 289, according to the Department of Defense.

    But the carnage wrought by illegal alien murderers represents only a fraction of the pool of blood spilled by American citizens as a result of an open border and un-enforced immigration laws.

    While King reports 12 Americans are murdered daily by illegal aliens, he says 13 are killed by drunk illegal alien drivers – for another annual death toll of 4,745. That's 23,725 since Sept. 11, 2001.

    While no one – in or out of government – tracks all U.S. accidents caused by illegal aliens, the statistical and anecdotal evidence suggests many of last year's 42,636 road deaths involved illegal aliens.

    A report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Study found 20 percent of fatal accidents involve at least one driver who lacks a valid license. In California, another study showed that those who have never held a valid license are about five times more likely to be involved in a fatal road accident than licensed drivers.

    Statistically, that makes them an even greater danger on the road than drivers whose licenses have been suspended or revoked – and nearly as dangerous as drunk drivers.

    King also reports eight American children are victims of sexual abuse by illegal aliens every day – a total of 2,920 annually.

    Based on a one-year in-depth study, Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute of Atlanta estimates there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each. She analyzed 1,500 cases from January 1999 through April 2006 that included serial rapes, serial murders, sexual homicides and child molestation committed by illegal immigrants.

    As the number of illegal aliens in the U.S. increases, so does the number of American victims.

    According to Edwin Rubenstien, president of ESR Research Economic Consultants, in Indianapolis in 1980, federal and state correctional facilities held fewer than 9,000 criminal aliens. But at the end of 2003, approximately 267,000 illegal aliens were incarcerated in all U.S. jails and prisons.

    While the federal government doesn't track illegal alien murders, illegal alien rapes or illegal alien drunk driving deaths, it has studied illegal aliens incarcerated in U.S. prisons.

    In April 2005, the Government Accountability Office released a report on a study of 55,322 illegal aliens incarcerated in federal, state, and local facilities during 2003. It found the following:

    The 55,322 illegal aliens studied represented a total of 459,614 arrests – some eight arrests per illegal alien;
    Their arrests represented a total of about 700,000 criminal offenses – some 13 offenses per illegal alien;
    36 percent had been arrested at least five times before.
    "While the vast majority of illegal aliens are decent people who work hard and are only trying to make a better life for themselves and their families, (something you or I would probably do if we were in their place), it is also a fact that a disproportionately high percentage of illegal aliens are criminals and sexual predators," states Peter Wagner, author of a new report called "The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration." "That is part of the dark side of illegal immigration and when we allow the 'good' in we get the 'bad' along with them. The question is, how much 'bad' is acceptable and at what price?"

  3. I do not, tolerate it, not for a moment, but then I only interact intermitently with the Federals, often in Court, trying to force various Federal agencies to obey Federal Laws.

    It is harder than many expect, to get the Federals to obey the Law.

    When the Government does not obey it's own Laws, why expect them to enforce Laws that go against the flow?

    The following is found here, and has other dandy pieces of information, all of which is well known to Senator McCain.


    "... This illegal alien invasion is absolutely the most important issue facing Arizona.

    Am I overstating the importance of this matter? Not if you look at the facts.

    For example, Arizona is experiencing a level of violent crime unprecedented in its entire history – and that’s saying something for this wild west territory. We are #1 in the nation for crime. And yet we have a governor that has fought Prop. 200, does not want to keep them
    (irregular residents) from getting taxpayer benefits (free stuff), and does not support law enforcement helping the feds in this serious crisis.

    There are actually hundreds of stories of innocent, legal citizens, being injured or killed, or nearly frightened to death, in connection with illegal aliens – stories that for reasons I cannot fathom, routinely go unreported or underreported in our state media.

    Like the recently returned U.S. Marine Iraq war veteran who was mugged by illegals while visiting the sand dunes outside Yuma, or the group of bird watchers north of Douglas who came upon an entire caravan of armed smugglers carrying bails of cocaine, or like the ranchers in the southern part of the state who must carry a gun and search their homes every time they return from the store – just to make sure that illegals are not hiding there; or the violent illegal alien gangs roam our streets robbing, stealing, injuring and killing our citizens, and the police officers/border patrol agents being shot and killed, including my son who was shot and critically wounded by an illegal while serving a search warrant on illegal aliens wanted for murder.

    Over 4000 homicide warratnts (murder) issued to suspects who have fled south across the border.

    This piece written on 16 Aug 05
    The situation, it has not improved.

  4. President Signs Homeland Security Appropriations Act for 2006
    The East Room

    Fact Sheet: President Bush Signs Homeland Security Appropriations Act
    In Focus: Homeland Security

    1:33 P.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: "Thank you all. Please be seated. Thanks for coming. Welcome to the White House.

    The most solemn duty of the President and the Congress is to protect the American people. To help meet this responsibility we created the Department of Homeland Security. This department united 22 federal agencies under a single command with a clear mission, to protect the American homeland..."

  5. Written by
    Representative Russell Pearce R-18, Mesa, AZ. Chairman of House Appropriations Committee

  6. Here is our government security at work:

    A better way than the TSA
    Private security firms would actually keep us safe, not just make us feel that way.

    By Becky Akers

    NEW YORK - The Improving America's Security Act recently passed by Congress allows the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) airport screeners to unionize. This bill could add about 50,000 dues-paying members to union rolls while breathing new life into TSA's unofficial slogan: Thousands Standing Around.

    The White House has threatened to veto the legislation because it claims that collective bargaining will destroy the TSA's flexibility. And according to the White House, "flexibility is ... how the ... TSA protects Americans while they travel." Who knew?

    Cynics probably put "flexible" at the bottom of the TSA's attributes, right after "competent" and "fun-loving." But flexible or not, screeners have little effect on security. They are there to make passengers feel safe, not to actually keep them safe.

    The TSA itself virtually confirms this. So does its parent bureaucracy, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the General Accounting Office (GAO). All three routinely test screeners' ability to intercept weapons smuggled through checkpoints. And screeners routinely flunk.

    Washington's reaction is to tinker with department rules and spend millions on "better" technology. But a far better approach would be to scrap federally regulated flight security altogether. Private security firms would rely on effective antiterrorist tools rather than political correctness. They would actually keep us safe, not just make us feel that way.

    The TSA was barely a year old when the GAO gave it failing marks in a report to the House Aviation Subcommittee in 2003. The committee's then chairman, John Mica (R) of Florida, summarized the findings: TSA was "still a very poor system" that "needs a dramatic overhaul." By April 2005, the agency's incompetence was so glaring that not one but two federal reports documented it. Both the GAO and the DHS found that screening was no more effective than before 9/11.

  7. "... That's 23,725 since Sept. 11, 2001

    With a desert rat guesstimate of 20,000 being just about right, a tad low, but I'm such a natural born optimist.

  8. If I were to believe in racism as if it were the promise of a hamburger from a clown or a suggestive ballpark hotdog from his "airness" michael jordan, then maybe I'd be all about getting revenge for 20,000 people who died who SUDDENLY are a bunch of Maine/Titanic/Alamo/Pearl Harbor/Natallee Halloways.

    And I just think that is plumb pie-on-your-face wrong.

    Because the promise of racism has a feedback rating of ZERO, in case you didn't notice!

    So tell us, DOUG, what would you do with those babies you care so much about that youd terrorize women into baby factorial bondage?

    The Chinese Built Our Railroads and what the mexicans will build is still a big question, probably one of the biggest of the century. The Rise of the Mexican Giant will be one of many surprises in the 21st century I'm sure. Any mexicanist historicalist cant tell you they consider themselves The Sombrero Kingdom because Mexico sits atop the world providing shade as it siestas throughout the Ultraverse!

  9. You'd think there'd be a boom in poop-combines with all the BS springing to life around us. I tell you what, I give you a guestimate you can take to the Bank of America: America is not a ten commandment. It evolves and it lives and it breaths. It beats in the hearts of students and young people and professors and civil nobles and dedicated leaders and all the people who make up the core that has always lead this coutnry through crisis in modernity. Why anyone would think to anoint themselves King of Shit Mountain without so much as a Kingdom it beats me. Best to pick up a shovel (which would be a book in this metaphor FYI)

  10. As I said, 20,000 or 25,000 dead, a meaningless statistic, fellows like aspergent will hold firm to their believe that it is racial bigotry that drives the debate.

    That having ten percent of the drivers in AZ operating vehicles that are unisured is okay for the rest of US.

    The wage depression is a "good thing". That private hospitals closing Emergency Rooms is of little concern.

    To discuss immigration quotas and work permits is racist in and of itself. As is enforcing current Federal Laws, both on the border and in the workplace.

    Without a "Headline" event, there will be no ground swell of opposition to "Regularization". What a great word that one is, a real sweeeeet spot of spin.

    Even with a Headline Event the US cannot gather the Will to even go after the perps of 9-11, in Pakistan. That whole adventure has already faded to black, down the Society's memory hole.

  11. What is the point to having a parole system for US prisoners and a Megan's law regarding sex offenders and at the same time pay no attention to some real bad actors coming into the US from Latin America, Albania, China or anywhere else? There is no way to screen against these undesirables unless a system of border control is universally applied to all.

    Anyone fleeing the law in Guatemala, Mexico, Columbia or Salvador goes north. That does not mean all Latins are criminal. Many of them are victimized by the same thugs that end up on US streets.

  12. COSBY: The majority of MS-13 members are foreign-born and are frequently involved in human and drug smuggling and immigration violations. Like most street gangs, MS-13 members are also committed to such crimes as robbery, extortion, rape and murder. They also run a well-financed prostitution ring.

    This notorious gang, best known for their violent methods, can now be found in 33 states, with an estimated 10,000 members and more than 40,000 in Central America. The FBI says MS-13 are the fastest growing and most violent of the nation's street gangs. So much so, even other gangs fear them.

    And you will be stunned to hear that this ruthless gang who will kill for the sake of killing has made its way to cities and suburbs across the country, even settling into small communities and boldly announcing their presence with violence.

    Northern Virginia is reported to have the strongest number of MS-13 members in a single city. And there are many cities infected now by MS-13.

    TOM PICKARD, FORMER ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, FBI: These people are actually dividing up parts of the country or areas of the country to suit their drug network.
    COSBY: What makes MS-13 so deadly is their skill with the machete, and most have had extensive military training in El Salvador, making them a double threat. The machete, typically used for cutting crops in El Salvador, is now the weapon of choice for this fearless gang.

    The MS-13 are identified by their numerous tattoos on their bodies and faces. They wear blue and white colors taken from the El Salvadoran flag.

    Northern Virginia, Southern Maryland and around the Washington, D.C., area are having their problems now with MS-13, with a bigger concentration in Long Island, New York, and California, California being the U.S. birthplace for this gang which settled there in the early 1980s and one of the states with the biggest numbers still today.

    We've adjusted here, got guns and fences, dogs and lights with motion detectors. Nothin but a thing.
    But on Long Island and in DC, times ahead will not be light hearted, fer sure.

    There's a hard rain gonna fall.
    Must folk are unprepared, not an umbrella in sight.

    COSBY: How do they handle officers? Do they hesitate to go after officers?

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: One of the officers was actually the spearhead of the investigation, they actually left a bullet with his name on it on his doorstep. So when they do that, that shows a lot of courage on their part, you know, of being very bold. Not only do they know where you live, but now they're putting a bullet with your name on it on your doorstep.

    @ MSNBC

  13. "Even with a Headline Event the US cannot gather the Will to even go after the perps of 9-11, in Pakistan. That whole adventure has already faded to black, down the Society's memory hole."
    The conventional wisdom used to be that a second attack would result in a demand from the people for a massive response.

    How things change when "leaders" lead us far afield.

  14. Don't use those tags again!
    No fair distracting the Elderly.

  15. Initial attempts to fight the gang with deportation contributed to its spread throughout Mexico and Central America, where there are now an estimated 50,000 members. In Honduras, in retaliation for the government’s crackdown on the gang, MS-13 allegedly opened fire on a bus and killed 28 people last December.

    And deportations are still a large part of U.S. strategy. Under a nine-month-old program called “Operation Community Shield,” more than 1,600 gang members, including almost 800 members of MS-13, have been arrested and hundreds have been deported.

    Ismael Cisneros doesn’t think deportation is an effective tool. “They deported me and I came back and everyone they deport is going to come back.”

    How is that, that these deportees can so readily return?
    Well, who is to stop them?
    The Mexican Police?

  16. San Salvador -- On a sweltering afternoon, an unmarked white jetliner taxies to a remote terminal at the international airport here and disgorges dozens of criminal deportees from the United States. Marshals release the handcuffed prisoners, who shuffle into a processing room.

    Of the 70 passengers, at least four are members of Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, a gang formed two decades ago near MacArthur Park west of the Los Angeles skyline.

    For one of them, Melvin "Joker" Cruz-Mendoza, the trip is nothing new. This is his fourth deportation -- the second this year.

    Wiry with a shaved head, the 24-year-old pleaded guilty in separate felony robbery and drug cases in Los Angeles. "MS" covers his right forearm. Other tattoos are carved into the skin above his eyebrows.

    In the last 12 years, U.S. immigration authorities have logged more than 50,000 deportations of immigrants with criminal records to Central America, including untold numbers of gang members like Cruz-Mendoza.
    "Ultimately, our job here is to enforce the immigration laws and then remove [criminal gang members] from the country," said John P. Torres, the acting director overseeing detention and removals for the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. But for a sizable number of MS-13 members, deportation is little more than a taxpayer-financed visit with friends and family before returning north.

    "I think most of the police departments will agree that you're just getting them off the street for a couple of months," said FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker, ...
    In March 2004, he pleaded guilty to a second felony of drug possession, which was dismissed in a sentencing deal for the attempted robbery.

    After serving little more than a year in jail, Cruz-Mendoza was deported for a third time in January, records and interviews show.

    U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested him in Arizona a month later. At that point, he could have been charged with a felony for reentering the country after deportation, which could have landed him in federal prison for as long as 20 years.

    Instead, federal court records show he struck another plea deal with the U.S. attorney's office in Arizona, admitting to a "petty offense" of being in the country illegally. He was ordered to serve 90 days and pay a $10 fine, and was put on the July flight to San Salvador.

    Your U.S. attorney's office at work, could have been put down for 20 years, but instead:

    He was ordered to serve 90 days and pay a $10 fine, and was put on the July flight to San Salvador.

    I don't think that any of those 8 fired fellows from the U.S. attorney's office was the one that made that deal. No, I think he still has a job.

  17. "We messed up," Patrick Schneider, chief of the criminal division for the U.S. attorney in Phoenix, told The Times.

    At the San Salvador airport, Cruz-Mendoza is waiting to be interviewed by police. He talks about his plans to get back to the U.S. and make a profit in the process.

    As an experienced border crosser, Cruz-Mendoza says, he can get up to $3,000 per person by bringing others -- including MS-13 members -- north with him. After getting to Guatemala, he tells a reporter, he and his customers will catch buses to northern Mexico. Then, if all works out, he says he'll cross over with money in his pockets.

    "I'm a hustler," he says. "You gotta do what you gotta do."

    Soon, he and another MS-13 member from Washington are being interviewed by police, who are checking for outstanding local warrants.

    One officer in blue fatigues looks at Cruz-Mendoza. "You part of a gang?" he asks in Spanish.

    Cruz-Mendoza admits he belongs to MS-13. He's ordered to take off his shirt and drop his pants as the officer types information into a computer. A second officer begins snapping photos of his tattoos.

    He moves to a second interrogation with two plainclothes officers in the police intelligence unit. He assures them he has no interest in staying in El Salvador.

    "I always leave quickly because my family is up there," Cruz-Mendoza says. Salvadoran police say they have no basis to arrest returning gang members unless they commit a crime here.

    As he hustles out of the airport, Cruz-Mendoza spots the MS-13 member from Washington, a 24-year-old with U.S. drug convictions who says he has been deported three times.

    The East Coast gang member waves and calls out: "See you in L.A." By late September, Cruz-Mendoza is back somewhere in Los Angeles, according to family members in El Salvador.

  18. Hazleton police Detective Chris Orozco, head of the city's gang investigation unit, said police arrested five illegal immigrants with various gang affiliations.

    In his testimony at the William J. Nealon federal building, Orozco listed several gangs with national and international membership believed to be operating in Hazleton. Orozco said members of gangs such as the Bloods,
    Latin Kings and MS-13 are identified by clothing and tattoos.

    Police have investigated members for crimes in Hazleton and many more incidents have gone unreported, Orozco testified.

    Drugs More Prevalent in Hazleton, PA

  19. aspergersgentleman: The Chinese Built Our Railroads and what the mexicans will build is still a big question, probably one of the biggest of the century.

    Aimara, a Mexican maid announced to her Boss Mr Blanco and his wife that she was quitting. When asked why, she replied, "I'm in the family way."

    The wife was totally surprised and shocked, and asked who it was.

    The maid replied, "Your husband and your son."

    Mrs Blanco was mortified and demanded an explanation.

    "Well," Aimara explained, "I go to the library to clean it and your husband say, 'You are in the way'. I go to the living room to clean and your son say 'You are in my way'. So I'm in the family way and I quit."

  20. Good point Bobal:
    Sometimes we forget and act like we can BELIEVE what the govt says.
    Then there's reality.

  21. OT, but well worth the read:
    South Vietnam, 1963: Three Courses at the Diamond

    Renowned author and reporter David Halberstam has a mesmerizing piece in Gourmet titled “The Boys of Saigon.”

    The story revolves around the war reporters Halberstam ran with in Vietnam during the war, and an off-the-beaten-path restaurant called the Diamond. There the author and his cronies congregated for three-course meals prepared in a Vietnamese style tailored to American tastes. Here’s Halberstam writing about the meal:
    Some of the best food stories are those that serve as bridges between the world of culinary delights and some other place—the entertainment industry, or the criminal underworld, or in the case of Halberstam’s piece, war journalism. Gourmands have a tendency to get lost in their own little self-contained universe of chefs, restaurants, ingredients, and recipes; the stirring thing about “The Boys of Saigon” is that its lushly detailed account of meals from long ago is set against a stark backdrop of daily deadlines, mounting casualties, and political pressure from both Saigon and Washington.

    There are certain stories that make an entire magazine worth buying; this piece might justify half a subscription.
    (It's in the Oct 2006 issue, in case you can find it at the library, or, if you're lucky, your wife's stash.)

  22. If you look at what our president and Congress continue in 2007, I add “national suicide” via apathy as our ultimate destination. Most Americans resemble sheep following the one before them down a chute into the killing zone.

    No one takes action or tries to escape until they see the sledge hammer dropping toward their head. By then, it’s too late.

    Every sign in this series points to environmental breakdown, population pileup and degraded standard of living. By adding 100 million people in 33 years, nothing will improve and everything will get worse.

    100,000,000 More Americans

  23. Trish,
    One big difference back in those days was that not every stinking Government Giveaway was stuffed down their throats like the are today.
    Now plenty of them stay just cause there's just to many free goodies to give up.

    Nothing like victimizing them and us in the name of not being "racist."

    They were largely a proud and honorable lot before socialism and drugs took their toll.

  24. Amen, Sam.
    Best we all die in squalor to show our good intentions.
    Just ask aspermaroonman.

  25. Youre like school on a sunday: NO CLASS

    100 million people who will be rolling in the middle class dough and desalination. You forget the golden times that are ahead. We need Mexican scientists so we can stay competitive in the world economy against the indians and chinese. We have comparative advantages with the hardworking and comely mexicans. What would it take to convince you they were here in peace?

  26. "I'll grant you that. Get rid of the damned minimum wage and stop making illegal labor so attractive."

    We're looking to do the opposite.

    1. Raise the mimimum wage.

    2. Legalize the illegals, thereby making making them elgible for minimum wage, and creating incentives for businesses to find new illegals.

    3. Start cycle over again.

  27. About 30,000 fewer murders, a like number of car "accidents" rapes, robberies and etc.
    But surely you jest:
    It's like a Sunday School Class?

  28. Revel wrote in 1993:

    "As citizens see modern democracy degenerating into political racketerring, as they increasingly feel that the way to get htings done is to hustle the system rather than play by the rules, and as they see the system itself hijacked by special interests, you move toward a condition of democratic apathy. When in a state that calls itself democratic you can no longer expect it to provide basic services effectively through the application of the law, not even security, indeed when it becomes apparent that the state itself - not to mention those who benefit from privileged relatiosn with it - operates outside the law, why should anyone feel a duty to respect it?"

    It has never been about 'cheap labor' or 'Mexican housemaids' or gardeners. It is about politicians who do not even think they need to bother with presenting the basic political case to the actual people in order to sell it.

    They don't campaign for increased immigration, they simply allow it by deciding which laws they want to enforce. Basic corruption. If immigration laws do not matter, then none of them do. You don't pick and choose.

  29. Our government is NOT going to address the illegal immigration problem. If it's not obvious to you by now it never will be.

    If X 100 thousand immigrate each year it's not just the numbers, it's what is getting into the US.
    Not just felons, foreign agents.
    It's the Ho Chi Minh trail. Each ant carrying four ounces of c-4 or semtex, or a triggering device.

    But we must all follow the law so any talk of going beyond the "border watching" groups to forming paramilitary units to seek and destroy illegals just on the Mexican side of the border is of course completely out of bounds. I mean we're law abiding citizens even as the water is flooding the lower compartments of the Titanic the band still plays and the sheeple just crowd a wee bit closer together. Doesn't matter that the government is NOT protecting your country or your rights.

    Just keep writing those highly effective letters and sending those equally effective emails to your congressperson. That'll get it done. I mean it's working now isn't it? Of course it is. has been for years, right? It does so much good they send our own border patrol agents to jail for doing their jobs.

    Well Congress will have the illegal immigration fixed just about the time they ice the cake for the Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America and cut the ribbon for the Trans-Texas Corridor which will run from Mexico City to Winnepeg, with a first stop for customs in Kansas City.

    But by all means follow the law that the lawgivers allow us to have. Forget the Constitutional rights that repose in each citizen.
    As Ronald Reagan said in his first inaugural address,
    "In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem"

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