I find it hard to believe that
President Calderon of Mexico has the giant cojones to criticize
the immigration laws of the United States.
He has found sympathy from the morons that are governing
our contry, from the Department of Homeland Security, right
up to the "Chief Moron".
When you actually take the time to think about it, nobody
in the Obama White House has one ounce of experience at ever running any
kind of a business. So it is no surprise that they can't
understand the very simple terminology in the Arizona Illegal Immigrant
Law . Remember........... these are the people
who questioned Sarah Palin's qualifications of leadership. The
voters fell for the "teleprompter king's" rhetoric, and look what we got
My whole point about Calderon's "complaint" is that
Mexico's illegal immigrant policy is severe.......... in terms of the
type of punishment and it's degree. If you are an unfortunate
immigrant, coming up from Central America, and enter Mexico illegally,
you will have all the time in the world to regret it.
So in light of Mexico's policy, does Calderon have
any right in the world to criticize us???
I am supplying a link here, which everyone should
click on and read in it's entirety. Then you will understand
part of the frustration of Arizona, and the rest of the border state,
with the Federal Government's lack of compassion and overall intelligence.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
I mean the thing is that- and I get frustrated and there was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country because there are a lot of people who want to use this terrorist intent to justify writing off people who believe in a certain way or come from certain countries or whose skin color is a certain way. I mean they use it as justification for really outdated bigotry. –Contessa Brewer, MSNBC comments on her disappointment when the terrorist Faisal Shahzad was capturedSay Radical Islam Eric come on you can do it.
I mean, like I think Attorney General Eric Holder gets frustrated and stuff and there is a part of him that is hoping that he will never have to say the phrase Radical Islam. You know something like MSNBC’s Contessa Brewer’s problem with like everyone thinking that Middle Easterners are bad and stuff.
Like everybody is just going to blame them for terrorism and things. Because there are a lot of people who want to use that guy Faisal, I think that’s his name, because he was born in the Middle East and has ties there. And like he even did some terrorist training there.
People will automatically use the fact that he allegedly attempted to bomb Time Square with hundreds of people around as a reason to justify writing off people who believe a certain way or come from certain countries or whose skin color is a certain way.
Like I mean they use those things as justification for really outdated bigotry. Just because some people with ties to any kind of Islamic country are trying to kill us. (hear 43sec. audio)
I’m thinking that’s why AG Eric Holder had such a hard time testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on last Thursday. Apparently he gets frustrated when the term “radical Islam is used. (see 2:06min video)
In testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on 5/13/2010, US Attorney General refuses to use the term "radical Islam."
Interestingly Contessa Brewer and Eric Holder sound strikingly similar. Almost like the two were infected by the same diseased ideology… Progressivism.