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29 June 2010

Papers Please

So I have been a bit busy at work, and didn't get to comment on the news I heard the other day about the 10 people the FBI busted for spying for Russia (I still have to fight the urge to call them the Soviet Union).  Now, I haven't seen mugshots of these people, but from the court room artist, they all appear Caucasian.  My, what a pickle!

What do I mean?  Well, these are obviously criminals intent on destroying the US and our way of life.  And they all met and interacted with obviously foreign Caucasians.  I guess the only safe approach if you are at all consistent like the sad excuse of legislature in Arizona, would be to demand to see papers from everyone for whatever reason!  Isn't that a much better world?

And, no, I'm not being serious, and stretching the crap out of an unrelated incident.  But that's how shit like this starts, and fear-mongering douche-bags would jump at it I'm sure.  Just ask a tea party hick, I'm sure they'd agree.

4 comments:

JD Curtis said...

This is so completely stupid from beginning to end that I scarcely know where to begin.

Well, these are obviously criminals intent on destroying the US and our way of life

No. It is my understanding they were trying to affect American foriegn policy and pass information back to Russia. Whether or not "our way of life" is destoyed would appear to be secondary at best.

they all met and interacted with obviously foreign Caucasians

What are you trying to say here? Who met and interacted with what group of foreign caucasians?

I guess the only safe approach if you are at all consistent like the sad excuse of legislature in Arizona, would be to demand to see papers from everyone for whatever reason!

This is just dreadfully intellectually shameful on a number of different levels. For starters...

1) Deroy Murdock: U.S. - Mexican Border is Terrorists’ Moving Sidewalk

"While Americans march against Arizona’s new restrictions on unlawful immigration, hundreds of illegal aliens from countries awash in Muslim terrorists tiptoe across the U.S.-Mexican frontier.New York, N.Y. - According to the federal Enforcement Integrated Database, 125 individuals were apprehended along the border from fiscal year 2009 through April 20, 2010. These deportable aliens included two Syrians, seven Sudanese, and 17 Iranians, all nationals from the three Islamic countries that the U.S. government officially classifies as state sponsors of terrorism.

Federal authorities also track “special interest countries” from which terrorism could be directed against America. Over the aforementioned period, 99 of those nations’ citizens also were nabbed on the border. They were: two Afghans, five Algerians, 13 Iraqis, 10 Lebanese, 22 Nigerians, 28 Pakistanis, two Saudis, 14 Somalis, and three Yemenis. During FY 2007 and FY 2008, federal officials caught 319 people from these same countries traversing America’s southwest border...

WSB-TV recently publicized an April 15, 2010, “population breakdown” of immigrants detained at a facility in Florence, Ariz. Of the 395 males behind bars, 198 were Mexican, 18 hailed from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.


Texas Border Patrol agents discovered, along with Iranian currency and Islamic prayer rugs, an Arabic clothing patch that reads “martyr” and “way to immortality.” Another shows a jet flying into a skyscraper.

“Members of Hezbollah, the Lebanon-based terrorist organization, have already entered the United States across our southwest border,” declares “A Line in the Sand,” a 2006 report by the House Homeland Security Investigations Subcommittee, then-chaired by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas)." Link.

2) Insofar as Latinos crossing the border, what assurances do I have that they arent career criminals?

3) Or have highly contagious, communicable diseases eradicated here (US) long ago and that are now making a recent resurgence?

JD Curtis said...
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JD Curtis said...

4)"President Obama, Atty. Gen. Eric Holder, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and the list goes on, acknowledge that they have not read SB 107...Reading the law would carry the further burden of having to voice an educated opinion, which would lead to the inevitable conclusion that the law was very likely to be found constitutional.


Americans in poll after poll agree with Arizona’s Gov. Jan Brewer and SB 1070. State and local law enforcement officers should arrest illegal aliens and not turn a blind eye to the problem as they do in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Boston, just to name a few sanctuary cities.

Why will SB 1070 be found constitutional? For the simple reason there already have been several court precedents over the last 60 years affirming the right of states to enforce federal laws and specifically immigration laws. Historically, the federal government has maintained the authority granted it by the Constitution with regard to immigration laws. However, the Immigration and Nationality Act passed in 1952 allowed state and local officers across the nation to enforce certain sections of federal immigration law in the event they encounter an illegal immigrant." Link

Larian LeQuella said...

Anyone else ever notice that theitards just don't have a single bit of humour tinged with irony, and that the entire concept escapes their understanding?

Look up at the comments by JD and you'll see a perfect example...

You know JD, I would never want to hang out with you, not because you are theist, but because you are by far the most dull, un-funny, and dour person that I could ever imagine judging by your postings...