Who is part of the problem?

The Mexican Government

posted May 20, 2010, 4:11 PM by Brett Scott   [ updated May 20, 2010, 4:17 PM ]

Apparently, government officials came to Tucson, AZ and were flabbergasted about Bill 1070.  "How can you do this?" they asked.  They made several statements along the lines of "our government systems cannot support this influx".  Really ironic, it is their citizens.  They seem to have had no problem with saturating our government systems for the past 40 years.  Imagine that, a country complaining about the return of its own citizens.

President Felipe Calderon was blowing hard about Bill 1070.  He blasted Arizona.  This is ridiculous because Mexico's immigration laws are extremely draconian and very harsh to those who enter Mexico illegally.  Apparently, Mexico feels comfortable blasting an Arizona law that illegals entering Mexico could only dream were true.  President Calderon, you are the worst hypocrite of the year, and definitely part of the problem.  Shame on you.

Blowhard Politicians

posted May 17, 2010, 10:50 AM by Brett Scott   [ updated May 28, 2010, 4:55 AM ]

The cast of characters on Bill 1070 is hilarious.  What makes it sad is that these characters define the issue rather than the truth.

The fact is, preserving the "status quo" by doing nothing against illegal immigration is to advocate for the continued slavery and exploitation of illegal immigrants.  Let we forget, illegal aliens in this country are exploited, charged ridiculously high fees for sub-standard housing, and suffer beatings, robbery, kidnappings, and murder from the thug pool that orbits around them.

Doing nothing is unconscionable. However, the blowhard politicians, nasty bloggers, and radically intolerant fanatics out there on this represent the cancer in our political system.  We do not need more radical rhetoric.  We need adults who can address, fairly debate, and correct problems.

Let's also not forget, most of the politicians in this circus are using dictator tactic number 1: "Blame a foreign enemy to take attention away from your own failings."


The US State Department

posted May 17, 2010, 10:48 AM by Brett Scott

The US State Department has apologized to China for US human rights violations.  As an example, they list Bill 1070.  This is truly amazing.  Apparently it is a human right is to be exploited as a slave.

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