Tuesday, April 27, 2010

OK, I'm getting pissed...

Frankly, I've had more than enough of the whines, complaints, threats and assaults that have come from those illegally in our country and the piss-poor excuses for Americans who side with them. We've seen Mexicans rioting in Phoenix, Arizona, attacking American police officers and vandalizing American public buildings just because the State of Arizona passed a new law to criminalize being in our country illegally and requiring the police to take action when they encounter someone that they suspect is not supposed to be here. So why are the Mexicans even in Phoenix? Last I checked, Phoenix was ours, not theirs. And if they don't like the fact that our legislators voted to enforce our laws, they are free to go home any time.

Screw them...and Damn them for making me agree with Pat Buchanan on something. He writes an excellent column on this law and the fact that we have every right to protect our own borders. He points out that even as jobs become scarcer and scarcer here, many are being filled not by Americans who want them but by illegal aliens. Ironically, career race-monger Al Sharpton is pledging to go to Arizona to lead a march on behalf of those illegals and their supposed "right" to be in our country despite our laws. One has to wonder how many unemployed black Americans could be working today but for all of the illegals who have cut in front of them in our own job marketplace. Way to look our for your base, Al...

And in Chicago, more idiots and illegal-lovers were arrested for blocking a deportation van carrying 70 other illegal aliens to the airport for removal.

And even up in Maryland, we've got more protests on behalf of an illegal alien who was ordered deported in 2004, chose not to leave, and is now facing forced repatriation to her own country after being arrested for another criminal act.

Florinda Fabiola Lorenzo-DeSimilian was arrested at her home last Tuesday for allegedly selling $2 phone cards without a license, a misdemeanor. Her fingerprints were taken when she was booked into the Prince George's County Correctional Center. Those prints were sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI forwarded them to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). There was a hit. Sources say ICE had placed a hold order on Lorenzo-DeSimilian in 2004 for overstaying her visa. She was released from jail last Friday pending a deportation hearing.

Last night, CASA of Maryland--a taxpayer-funded advocacy group for illegal freaking aliens--staged a protest outside the Prince George's County jail. About 60 members of the county's Latino community showed up to holler about the alleged "injustice" of us daring to enforce our own laws and blaming correctional officials for sending her fingerprints to the FBI.

I have to wonder why there wasn't an ICE bus over there to round them all up and check each one of their fingerprints. And why was she released when she has a history of not complying with court orders or showing up for removal?

Oh yeah...Obama is President. He wants these illegals all legalized so that there will be a new, large and permanent underclass to vote for Democrats. And he's not alone--there are plenty of sell-outs on Congress, including Rep. Luis Gutierrez, (D)-Chicago, who spends tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars to fly all across America, ceaselessly advocating on behalf of illegal aliens from Mexico and fighting for virtually all things hispanic. (Imagine if there was a white Congressman or Senator who was an avowed champion of the white race...oh that's right--there is one. Robert Byrd, the former Klan leader, is the senior Democrat Senator from West Virginia, isn't he?)

But if you or I stand up for America and demand that our borders be closed to illegal crossings and those illegally here get sent home without regard for their country of origin, we get called "racist." Right.

Enough. Our country. OUR Country. Ours. It's time to stop this nonsense. I don't have a problem with our admitting immigrants from any country or region, especially those with needed skills, provided that they come through legal means, pass background checks, health screens and demonstrate an ability to speak our language and respect our culture. But this is our country, and we have a right to say who can or cannot come in, and how many people per year we'll allow in so as not to overtax our ability to assimilate them all. Mexico claims that right as they enforce strict immigration laws against those crossing into their nation from the south, yet they threaten us with boycotts for doing not even a fraction of what they do.

Mexico threatening us with boycotts? Telling Mexicans not to travel to Arizona? Excuse me, but that's like the late Michael Jackson threatening to not show up at your eight year old son's sleepover. What do we have to do to get them to boycott out other 49 states?

Frankly, I'm sick of this crap. It's a fight with America and every decent American on one side, and Mexico, 12 million illegal aliens, and a host of advocacy groups hostile to our country and our way of life on the other (including, as of this moment, the government of the City of San Francisco). There are even scattered calls for outright revolution by the illegals and their supporters against the rest of us.

Revolution? Armed insurgency by outsiders and disloyal Americans? Against my country?
If Lagniappe and I have to go down there in defense of our country and our heritage, we will do it, and you can be sure that we'll be bringing a boatload of whoop-ass with us.

I have to hope that America is waking up and strengthening in it's resolve to defend itself. These foreigners cannot be allowed to force their way into our country and claim citizenship en masse just because they want it. We need to put a stop to this crap before it gets out of hand, and the only way to do that is through more enforcement, more border security, more deportations, and sanctions against those who hire, hide, transport or otherwise give aid to those illegally in our country.

Hell, if the Mexicans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans and others who work so hard to get in here and steal identities so that they can take jobs, put their kids in our schools and fraudulently obtain benefits from our government had put half as much effort into trying to make their own countries into decent places to live, they wouldn't have any reason to want to come here.


  1. I agree with this whole heartedly. I am from Arizona and write the blog http://www.arizonashooter.blogspot.com/

    I want to add that Bush did nothing about this issue, nor did any other Republicans.

    I am not a huge conspiracy theorist, but something is going on behind the scenes and it involves both parties. I think there are more than just votes involved.

    Darrel Ankarlo wrote a book, "Another Mans Sombrero", about Mexico, illegal immigration, and possible conspiracies.

    Mr. Ankarlo was a conservative radio host in Phoenix before he got into a horrible car accident and is recovering from brain damage. He went to Mexico and came across the border illegally, all while on the radio.

    Good read and it changed my opinion about even the so called good illegal aliens coming into this country.

    Keep up the good work. I enjoy reading your blog

  2. Interesting and coincidental that you should post on this issue.

    When I went in to teach today, I found that some students of the far, far left persuasion had erected a "tent city" of wood and polyethylene shanties in the central green common area of the campus, with various slogans spray-painted on the (piss poor excuses for) tents to show solidarity with the illegal aliens.

    (Parenthetically, I don't particularly object to this, inasmuch as they did get the proper permits from the college administration to do this, and I believe that the remedy for free speech is more free speech.)

    In any event, last night's wind and rain upped the ante for those who tried to sleep in the "tents" to prove their point.

    Then, when I went in to teach one of my classes, some students from the prior class to convene in the room had written "Immigration Reform Now!" and similar slogans on the blackboard (there is reason to suspect, but I have no proof positive yet, that the instructor of the prior class had approved/condoned/instigated this).

    The students asked me to please not erase their literary creations (which monopolized not quite half of the available blackboard space).

    I told them that they had a choice: Either I follow my usual practice of totally erasing the board so that I can write my material on it for my class, or I leave their grafitti on the board, but also write mots and slogans consistent with my own personal views of the issue (which, I assured them, are at diametrically polar odds with theirs).

    I added that I would also incorporate my views into the class lecture, and pointed out on the Course syllabus that the subject of the lecture was Labor & Employment Law, which included (in the Course textbook) a section on the responsibilities of employers under the Immigration Act and other immigration laws.

    After some hemming and hawing, they students from the prior class came to the grudging concensus that, perhaps, it would be better if my class lecture were totally apolitical, and so, accepted my total erasure of the blackboard as their least unfavorable alternative.

  3. Good rant- One small point though... Rev Al is NOT about work for 'his' folks... It's all about feeding at the gov't trough... Work isn't in their lexicon!

  4. And, just what part of "illegal" don't they understand. Seems pretty simple to me.

  5. Did you know ?
    ...that the words "race car" spelled backward still spells "race car"?
    ...that "eat" is the only word that, if you take the 1st letter and move it to the last, it spells its past tense, "ate"?

    And have you noticed that if you rearrange the letters in "illegal immigrants," and add just a few more letters, it spells: "Go home you free-loading, benefit-grabbing, resource-sucking, baby-making, violent, non-English-speaking assholes and take those other hairy-faced, sandal-wearing, bomb-making, camel-riding, goat-loving, raggedy-ass bastards with you."

    How weird is that???

    Post this or not, your choice.. It was a total cut-n-paste from an email, but, God forgive me, I laughed myself silly when I first read it.. And these days, a good chuckle is seriously needed!!! :):):)

  6. Anonymous12:00 PM

    Amen brother,Amen

  7. I am glad that one state has had the guts to do what has needed to be done for so long. Makes almost wish I was moving to AZ instead of FL. ;)

  8. Anonymous5:28 PM

    This is sort of thing that we should be watching, for it is the tipping point.

    We will see more of this in other cities soon.