Sunday, June 20, 2010

We Only Detain People for Probable Cause In Arizona

Two members of the Phoenix Police Department pulled me over on Friday night. Two presumably newer officers (no grey hair) had every light, strobe and beacon on their vehicle trained on my rear view mirrors (harassment) for an unbelievably long period of time while they tried to find something that I am guilty of, instead of pulling me over for a real probable cause. Eventually, they kept asking questions and said my license and registration were suspended and that they had taken my license plate. I was already pulled over, was there a real reason to keep both spotlights shining in my eyes? When I asked for a probable cause for pulling my car over, they had none other than, "We are doing random traffic stops." You and I know there is no such thing as random stops and that the previous statement is a stupid excuse to use when they specifically pull your vehicle over. On a busy Friday night, they see thousands of cars an hour in that neighborhood and for them to pick one passing by as one that looks suspicious of some illegal activity would be almost impossible. I feel that they were hoping to find an illegal alien or someone else in my car besides me. Did they randomly pull over anyone else that night? I own an older used car which is now a discontinued model and will eventually be, as I restore it, a classic car. But now it is an old beater. Does that make me a suspect of something? What am I suspected of, being poor? I am NO LONGER GOING to be be respectful of the Phoenix Police.
My embarrassment was that since I was pulling over to visit a female friend of mine, I was being treated like I was a major offender who was being arrested for something big. After speaking to me and realizing I am not A) a drug cartel member, or that B) I didn't open fire on them, did they really need to keep flashing lights enough to wake up and attract the attention of everyone in the neighborhood since I had pulled over right away voluntarily? Hanging from my rear view mirror is a disabled parking placard. I am a crippled older man. They didn't even turn the lights and siren on until I was already pulling into the side street and pulling to the curb.
It should have been obvious at a glance that I was driving into a side street to park (right in front of a female friend's house) on a dead end and wasn't trying to evade capture. The answer is simple, but I will let you decide what your opinion is, since we all have the right to try to defend the indefensible. When I asked them to turn them off, they ignored me. After I stepped out of the car they started screaming over a loud speaker, (more harassment in my ladyfriend's neighborhood) and told me if I ever get out of the car during traffic stop they are supposed to open fire on me. I know the reason was they didn't want to to call an attorney previous to them taking my license plate, illegally. Are the police here supposed to be allowed to screw you over in a manner which they are able to make indefensible in court by just taking your license plate without you being able to see what the year or date of expiration is.
If as is in my case, I am sure, the problem is that some insurance salesman who got huffy with me over the phone and reported to them that I had no insurance because he is a liar and no actual legal reason other than: I already have insurance, I was shopping around and didn't want to give him EVERY BIT of my personal information including my Visa Card number, and over the Internet I don't know if this is merely an identity thief or not. Spamming my email address, selling my information to spammers on the Internet, and giving my phone number to phone solicitation companies has happened to me ever since I tried shopping for insurance on the Internet. We need to enact laws that protects the consumer from over zealous policemen. Here is my main point:
Recently Jan Brewer, our governor, during her disgust with the president and secretary of state over their comments about our upcoming new illegal alien laws, said that: A) No one in Arizona is ever pulled over randomly, there has to be probable cause. B) The police here never act in a heavy handed manner with anyone, therefore constituting harassment. I have one thing to say now to that comment, "Show Me!"
I am as adamant as anyone about closing our borders to drugs and illegal trespassers that suck our already over stretched economy dry, but this harrassment was aimed at someone accidently who knows about police procedure and the law. You see, my father was a policeman and taught me the difference between legal behavior becoming an officer and overzealous rookie behavior. He was a captain and commander of his unit because he didn't try to be a contributing factor to the already negative view that
a lot of already people have of the police.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

A National Monument

To those of you who don't believe this is an invasion worthy of our retalliation, or at least protecting our own neighborhoods. I hope the whole bunch of you sympathizers who think these are just poor people and not felonious tresspassers here to take your land, your wealth, your life, and your peace of mind, then you are miserably mistaken. Take a good look at this.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Immigration Law Boycotts

My cousin sent me a copy of a newspaper clipping having to do with a boycott that a town in Texas went through in 2009, concerning their own immigration law reform. It seems people all over this country, including our president, whom I normally admire, want to make funny comments about our plight as if they understand. I heard a commercial that is part of John McCain's reelection campaign today about bringing national guard troops and several other measures that are being appropriated by congress, finally. I hope it has more validity than his presidential campaign commercials.

Some people think this is a joke. If you read this ad that came from a similar situation, then you will realize this is pretty much a common theme here on the border. Several of us in Arizona have talked about leasing a fleet of tour busses and paying them to ship these people to the neighborhoods of the people in other states that think this is a nonsense situation. I know enough people who do speak Spanish to get them to make up a flier that says there is lots of work available for them in your neighborhoods. Let them live next door to you for a while, and you will see these are NOT just people who want to work here. After you wake up in little Mexico and realize they didn't come here to become Americans, they are here to turn your country into a Mexican sovereign, ala George Bush and Vincente Fox, then you might change your mind. You see, George Bush moved to Crawford, Texas as a ploy to "seem" like a good ole boy. You might have noticed he lost the fake Texas accent since he moved away. He made statements that they were here to stay since they had "always" been here, a part of Texas like he was. No they hadn't and he was from Conneticut.

After they run into your car with no insurance, take a dump right outside your house, drink beer and play Mariachi music all night and day for 72 hours at full volume while you are trying to have your own life, let their kids fall into your pool and drown (then sue you for not having a proper childproof lock), molest the women in your family, shoot your local policemen, sell drugs to your children, and basically turn your neighborhood into the corrupt rat hole in the dessert that they came from, I am sure you will rethink your ideology about how these "poor people" are being mistreated.

"...Victoria, Texas is a town about 80 miles West of Houston. Local Hispanic leaders that, in opposition to pending Immigration Legislation, boycotted all Caucasian owned businesses last month as a demonstration of their economic impact on the community. The boycott was declared a success by the Hispanic community, noting revenue in Caucasian owned businesses was down by 19 percent. Business owners declared the boycott a success as well, pointing out that shoplifting was reduced by 77 percent, money orders sent out of the country was down by 97 percent, and the cost of daily clean-up and trash was down by 84 percent. Shoppers reported that they could actually hear English being spoken throughout the community for the first time in recent memory, and customers paid for purchases with real money, not government debit cards or food stamps!"
I hope you all read this and realize what it is like for us who have to deal with this daily. The first thing we have to do is make tougher laws and crack down on those who supply these people with counterfeit identification. One of the guys I worked with went down to the place the illegals get them, and bought an Identification package for 31 dollars. It contained a driver's license with someone else's numbers, name, and birth date. The driver's license, birth certificate, and social security card were in the name of someone whose identification they stole to use for work purposes. That means any of us could be victims of this. A friend of mine was applying for disability once and they told her that she couldn't apply since she was registered as working for three different locations. We went to those locations and let the business owners know that whoever was using her social security number was lying. They all were Mexican Americans and each of them said, "It must have been a mistake, I will get her to change it with the real number tomorrow. None of them fired the employee or did anything to ever question their using someone else's I.D. You tell me, did they already know these people were illegal? I believe so.

That rationale for cheap labor is threatening the security of our lives in Arizona, the gateway for the illegals. They cause most of our traffic accidents, including the one's concerning D.W.I.'s, and instead of going to court and facing responsibility for their actions, they just go get another set of fake identification and become someone else. How do their employers not notice this? We need to arrest a few of the business owners for running illegal businesses for a while, then maybe they will take this serious. The people who are complaining about the new Arizona Law SB-1070 don't know what they are talking about. The law is the same as the federal law already stands, but is not enforced for lack of man power. The only thing the law does is allow local law enforcement the same ability to enforce the laws.

As per the * Federation For American Immigration Reform, FAIR :
"...Some people mistakenly think that immigrants are not eligible for welfare. Several years ago, Congress did attempt to render immigrants ineligible for most forms of welfare. However, subsequent backpedaling by Congress and the executive branch has undone most of those reforms. Furthermore, many immigrant families get welfare through the eligibility of their U.S. citizen children. (It is also important to realize that even when immigrants are ineligible for federal welfare programs, the burden of their support is simply shifted over to the state and local welfare agencies.)

U.S. immigration law says that persons likely to become a "public charge," i.e., depend on public assistance, are ineligible for an immigrant visa.4 Nevertheless, refugees, asylees, and amnestied illegal aliens are exempt from the public charge requirement.5 Congress has decided that the American people will serve as the sponsors for these immigrants and pick up the tab for their support.

All other immigrants must pass a public charge test and have a U.S. sponsor or sponsors willing to pledge their income to support them. Before a potential immigrant receives an immigration visa, American consular officers are supposed to evaluate whether he or she is likely to become a public charge, and, if so, to deny the visa. The consular officer is supposed to take into account a variety of factors: the amount of support the sponsor can give, the resources and skills of the applicant, and any special conditions (such as age or infirmity) that might affect the applicant’s need for support. The Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 set the new legal standard for the evaluation: the sponsor of the applicant must have an annual income of at least 125 percent of the federally designated poverty level. There are several problems with this standard:

Please also see the article by Sam Weaver about the Myths concerning illegal aliens at

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Sandra Day O'Connor

Recently I hear a U.S. Supreme Court Justice who doesn't live in Arizona is "skeptical" about our new provision ARS 1070. The problem for Ms. O'Connor can quickly be settled by letting Ms. O'Connor come live in a specific area in Phoenix, Arizona for three days. She would be screaming running for homearter one Mexican National Party. They drink and play Mariachi music at full volume for three days, "Um Pah Pah, Um Pah Pah, AAAAAAAAAAYYY!" If you want to come here and enjoy my country learn to do it without being offensive towards EVERYONE ELSE. This isn't your neighborhood to turn into the rathole in the dessert you came from. If your country was so great, why are you here. As I remember you tunneled out or floated over in a tin can to get away from your marvelous country so if you want to come here, Learn English, Pay Income Tax, and learn to drive without running into everyone else on the road without any mandatory car insurance. Get a telephone and oh, by the way, when you sign a rental agreement for yourself to live in an apartment or house, that doesn't include you and everyone who happens to work in the same town with you, fourteen in a one bedroom apartment or 40 in a 2 bedroom house. We used to have Teen Summer Jobs when the snow birds went back North for the summer but now we have nothing that you haven't taken over in lowskill labor available except for a few reputable businesses. Any business that says their business can't survive without them is an illegal business. The heroin dealer complains, are you going to worry about his right? The amount of kidnapping and slave labor that goes on TO these people is unconcionable but I can understand how it happens because they can't report it or they would be deported.
That is the first sign that you are doing something wrong, is when you are afraid to call the police in case they might notice YOU.
Recently, the Supreme Court decided to change the soft money contribution law by making companies people, and that is the first step to FACISM, look up the word, from Dictionary. com
* "... fas·cism   /ˈfæʃɪzəm/ Show Spelled[fash-iz-uhm] Show IPA
1. ( sometimes initial capital letter ) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.
2. ( sometimes initial capital letter ) the philosophy, principles, or methods of fascism.
3. ( initial capital letter ) a fascist movement, esp. the one established by Mussolini in Italy 1922–43.
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1915–20; < It fascismo, equiv. to fasc ( io ) bundle, political group ( see fasces) + -ismo -ism
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pro·fas·cism, noun

And the other type of government that we have produced that we are presently suffering under is Corporatism:

* "... cor·po·rat·ism   /ˈkɔrpərəˌtɪzəm, -prəˌtɪz-/ Show Spelled[kawr-puh-ruh-tiz-uhm, -pruh-tiz-] Show IPA
the principles, doctrine, or system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.
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Also, cor·po·rat·iv·ism  /ˈkɔrpəˌreɪtəˌvɪzəm, -pərətə-, -prə-/ Show Spelled[kawr-puh-rey-tuh-viz-uhm, -per-uh-tuh-, -pruh-] Show IPA.
1885–90; corporate + -ism
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* "corporatism." Unabridged. Random House, Inc. 04 May. 2010.

* "Fascism." Unabridged. Random House, Inc. 04 May. 2010.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Lies About Illegal Aliens

The Lies


Undocumented Aliens

     First, there is no such thing. They didn't just lose their paperwork on the way over, there never was any. Quit calling them Undocumented Aliens, they need to be called Illegal, just like they are. I hear people argue that immigrants helped build this country. I agree. But, to be an immigrant, not a border runner, one has to immigrate through the Immigration and Naturalization Department which has rules and the majority of immigrants to the United States are proud of following the rules and qualifying to be a good U.S. citizen. Where does that leave border runners? Illegal felons, just like I said.

Quoting the Statue of Liberty

     We don't have a statue of Liberty in Arizona, that is in New York Harbor. The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by the people of France in 1886. Standing on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, it welcomes visitors, immigrants, and returning Americans traveling by ship. The copper-clad statue, dedicated on October 28, 1886, commemorates the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence and was given to the United States to represent the friendship established during the American Revolution.

     I want to remind whoever it is before you start quoting the plaque on the Statue of Liberty that the sentiment on there was not from anything the American people had a hand in voting for or deciding about. It was from a famous sonnet from someone named Emma Lazarus (July 22, 1849 – November 19, 1887) who was an American poet born in New York City.

     She is best known for writing "The New Colossus", a sonnet written in 1883; its final lines were engraved on a bronze plaque in the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in 1912. The sonnet was solicited by William Maxwell Evarts as a donation to an auction, conducted by the "Art Loan Fund Exhibition in Aid of the Bartholdi Pedestal Fund for the Statue of Liberty" to raise funds to build the pedestal. It also was in a time when America was as prosperous as the people who came here and worked hard to make it be. It is now overpopulated to the point that we have certain cities here that continue having to actually advertise with public service announcements warning people that there isn't enough housing or jobs available in their town or state. That message is for U.S. citizens. Think about how taxing it is to our struggling economy to have to keep caretaking for these people who come here legally for exactly that reason, and that when they are the type who want to work. Along with them we have to accept the fact that dangerous criminals come with that. I personally think we can do without it. Anyone who argues his business couldn't operate without felonious employees has an illegal business. Why is there even a debate? Organised crime is illegal in ALL businesses. We should require our senators and representitives to understand that illegal businesses are, in our opinion, guilty of the RICO act and should be punished accordingly.

The New Colossus

Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,

With conquering limbs astride from land to land;

Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand

A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame

Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name

Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand

Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command

The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.

"Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!" cries she

With silent lips. "Give me your tired, your poor,

Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,

I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

—Emma Lazarus, 1883

     Lazarus began to be more interested in her Jewish ancestry after reading the George Eliot novel, Daniel Deronda, and as she heard of the Russian pogroms in the early 1880s. This led Lazarus to write articles on the subject. She also began translating the works of Jewish poets into English. Expelled in great numbers from the Russian Pale of Settlement, eastern European Ashkenazi Jews immigrated in destitute multitudes to New York in the winter of 1882. Lazarus taught technical education to help them become self-supporting.

She is known as an important forerunner of the Zionist movement. She argued for the creation of a Jewish homeland thirteen years before Herzl began to use the term Zionism. Her sonnet memorialized the immigrating European Ashkenazi Jews to further her cause. It was her donation to an art foundation and they sold it for money to build a pedastal. We as a people didn't carte blanche give authorization for who commissioned what. It was the local art community and not our government or the majority of our citzens.


They Own the Southwest And We Stole It

This is a popular myth among the new wave of history revisionists in this country that seem to keep popping up lately. That wouldn't even include the millions of people from Central America who come over here claiming to be Mexican. The story is that the Americans came here and stole their land, paid them nothing, and they are merely reclaiming what is rightfully theirs. Most of the Myth is being made up by American lawyers who are merely trying to legally muddy the water in order to stall for time, since they already took some Mexican's money and have to put up a pretense that they are doing something for it. It would be the equivalent of me taking someone's money to represent them and then walked in to speak the the judge and opened with, "Your Honor, we intend to prove that Mother Goose actually was the guilty party in this case." I could argue that I did so with their best intentions "TRY" to give them a defense from a non-defendable position. They make something up to make it sound like they actually have a cause based on reality, but simple historical investigation will make this point easily seem so simple to disprove that it will seem like I am mocking them. Here, the facts are;

a) We fought and won two wars for the land now known as the Southwest of the United States, originally. The land slightly over what is now the Mexican border was not inhabited by Mexicans, the Native American tribes lived there. The land in question doesn't come very far North, mapwise. (Mexicans always start arguing something about them being Native Americans at this point, which is false. I am not going to let the conversation go there. They weren't what we now call Native Americans, so get over it. Weak argument, anyway.) The original conflict over Texas was called the battle of the Alamo.

There is also some other history called "land purchases" for Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Southern tip of California. These were all purchased after all the fighting was already settled. Arizona and New Mexico, as we know them now were not inhabited by Mexicans, except fot the part we paid them for, part of which was known as the Gadsden Purchase. The Gadsden Purchase (known as Venta de La Mesilla, or "Sale of La Mesilla", in Mexico[2]) is a 29,670-square-mile (76,800 km2) region of what is today southern Arizona and New Mexico that was purchased by the United States in a treaty signed by President Franklin Pierce on June 24, 1853, and then ratified by the U.S. Senate on April 25, 1854. It is named for James Gadsden, the American ambassador sent to Mexico at the time. The purchase included lands south of the Gila River and west of the Rio Grande. The Gadsden Purchase was intended to allow for the construction of a transcontinental railroad along a very southern route, and it was part of negotiations needed to finalize border issues that remained unresolved from the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican-American War of 1846–48. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo in Spanish) is the peace treaty, largely dictated by the United States to the interim government of a militarily occupied Mexico, that ended the Mexican-American War (1846–1848). The treaty provided for the Mexican Cession, in which Mexico ceded 1.36 million km² (525,000 square miles; 55% of its pre-war territory, not including Texas) to the United States in exchange for a little matter of US$15 million (equivalent to $313 million in 2006 dollars) and the ensured safety of pre-existing property rights of Mexican citizens in the transferred territories. I hope this clears that nonsense up. If you don't believe me, look it up.

     I am from Arizona and am really tired of hearing about the illegal alien crimes that are going unpunished here as long as some hypocritical politicians that want to not only protect them but are trying to get them citizenship. Right now Mexico has a good percentage of their population over here working and then they are . Most of them are not even aware of who they are protecting. The majority of the illegal aliens who cause the problems are not even Mexicans. They know they can get hispanic (deluded Mexican Americans) to support them as if they are the same. The Salvadoran, Guatamalan, and Hoduran illegals are just not from the same country. The positive points don't even outway the fact that Vincente Fox wanting to create a civil war here to take back the part of Mexico they lost. That is why Mexico likes that about 1/10 of their population lives and works here. But when they have illegals in Mexico, they are raving mad. When that happens we won't have an immigration policy. Racial profiling doesn't exist if the people who are committing a crime are of one specific race. Republicans like Bill O'Reilly say they are anarchists, which is a country without laws of rules. I challenge Mr. O'Reilly to come and live here in Arizona on the border for a while. There are little towns here that are like little Mexico with no real police protection if you are not hispanic. The civil war would eliminate that. When Mexicans have gotten to the point that they are whining about how they get treated here, then, quit embracing the crap from where you came from. It isn't your culture, it is the crap you either tunneled out or floated over here in a tin can to get away from. If you want to enjoy the new land of opportunity, then come do that, but don't try to turn my neighborhood into the sh*t hole in the desert you came from. I see Mexican stores, Mexican foods, Mexican street vendors selling crap like corn cob on a stick or those wheel things that are mostly air. How about the Mexican ices that always are named by something from Mexico. If you loved Mexico and all it's crap then you should have stayed there.

     I do know Mexican Americans who actually do embrace the authentic "culture" of Mexico, which we all know is art, music, and the colorful architecture and clothing styles of the past (drinking beer isn't a cultural aspect, it is a stereotype of hispanic culture that the Hispanics that actually DO HAVE culture are trying to distance themselves from). They don't in fact let that prevent them from acting like they want to be part of America, along with helping their children learn to obtain a better life, not through athletics or sheer luck. I worked at the county hospital here and met one of the most educated men I have seen in the county system. His mother was a maid at the hospital. She forbid him to learn to speak Spanish until he learned English properly first (that seems to be a rule of thumb for all the affluent Mexican Americans here). She eventually watched him get through high school and graduate with a M.B.A. from Stanford University. He is now a hospital administrator. He is a a product of the American Dream not the Mexican daydream. Some hispanics will try to call him an Uncle Taco or tell him he doesn't remember where he came from. That is the point. He is coming from, not staying in, a rut that is created by the cultural myth that speaking Spanish and not learning to get along with others is somehow a birthright and a personal mandate handed down by history. If anyone wants to 1)work hard and pay taxes, 2)speak the language of the land , and 3)not commit crimes here, then, we can allow a certain amount of Mexican Nationals here. But there is already a vast amount of people from ALL other countries that we need to consider, not just criminals who don't wish to obey rules or refrain from exploiting the system.

     Again, there is not a winning streak going on here right now. If we eliminated the illegal aliens from our population we would have plenty of jobs to go around for Americans. Some illegal people know they are going to survive doing the "Manyana time" attitude, which they will, but never get any further that way. Most illegal aliens don't want to learn the one thing that can completely disguise them from the rest of the illegal population. That one thing is the English language. They aren't trying to lie to themselves to make believe they will someday belong here. Eventually the ongoing violence from this country's racist population will fall on them. The fact that they are illegal will make violence against them harder to enforce as times go by. I invite Bill O'Reilly to go live in Mexico. After he finds out how far his money can go down there he will get excited, until the police start hitting on him for bribes. We need to put things in perspective. Immigrant Worker Programs have included rules for people who really want to be here. The illegals don't want to conform to the rules and then the misguided in this country expect them to obey laws or social norms when they come here. They don't and won't. Learn more about it first hand before voting or making laws about these people. The borrow someone else's slogans and ideologies even if they don't fit the same cause. The irony of watching their rallies is that they carry Mexican flags and pictures of Che Guevera. Che said this once: "Mexicans are a band of illiterate Indians." - Che Guevara

So they don't even know who their leaders are and perhaps since they have no real plan and no real cause to lead. I get so angry when I realise that the Governor of Arizona, Janet Napolitano was making "PC" noise and gave them whatever they wanted as far as state AHCCCS (Arizona's form of medicaid), food stamps, and even was in the process of getting them driver's licenses. In her state they are shooting policemen, causing an unending amount of traffic accidents without paying for the "state required" automotive insurance that the rest of us get huge fines for not purchasing and even not keeping a "proof of insurance card" handy and available when motorists get pulled over for any reason. The final slap in the face is that she moved away just before this article came out. I really don't think some of the politicians care about anything but press releases. I think our Sherriff Joe Arpaio should arrange it for people like her to have to come with the police in his employ while they raid some of these places. Sometimes 40 people in a room the size of a child's bedroom. The Mexican Gangs are getting rich off of idiot politicians like that. The other thing that SHOULD worry these people is the drugs. For every 4 Mexicans who work dilligently and send the money home, there is 1 who is smuggling drugs for a few more dollars. Then there are the fierce gangs. Recently the news media has reported their discovery of the fact that the gangs are in charge of the drug traffic into the United States. Welcome to the party, guys, yeah, who did you think was bringing all that heroin into Arizona? Desert burros? The American News Media is just now barely seeing the tip of the iceberg that has been here ever since the fifties. For every house full of drugs that the police find there are at least 5 more pop up. Sometimes as many as 20 new places established each month. Chrystal Meth, Heroin, Cocaine, and the occasional pot run. Marijuana is not as easy to transport since it is easily smelled by dogs and is so bulky compared to the powder substances that the other drugs come like.

As a citizen of Arizona, I would like the people in Washington,D.C. to come live here for about a week in a primarily illegal alien neighborhood, where you can't go outside without looking first, your car insurance rates go up just for living there, you can't leave your car or doors unlocked without all of your posessions being stolen, and you can't get sleep because of three day long drunken parties with music playing the whole time, all sounding like the same song, "Ooom, Pah, Pah, Ooom, Pah, Pah, Boom, Boom Boom, Boom, at full volume. They will turn it down when the police ask them to and then turn the volume right back up when they leave. They come from a country where the whole government is corrupt so they have no respect for law. Whatever they want to do is OK, because, if you get in trouble there, all you have to do is pay the police and they will let you go and you will never get a charge or have to go to court. They expect the law to treat them the same way here. There is only a certain number of any country's immigrants that we can handle, we already have a maximum number of actual Mexican immigrants here. I spoke with a cab driver from India the other day, he is angry that certain people in our government are trying to give away priveledges that he had to work hard for. He mentioned specifically food stamps, health care, and drivers licenses. He also mentioned that The real immigrants find it an insult to do the right thing and watch the criminals who mock the law get rewards that the legal immigrants, as a law abiding, tax paying, responsible citizen has to pay for themselves. Our country is financially almost bankrupt right now, we can't afford more freeloaders. We have created a welfare state of Mexican squatters who, if they were from. say, Asia somewhere, would be deported immediately. The excuse is that, "No one wants to do the jobs they do." I am calling Bull Sh*t on that one, who do they think did those jobs before those guys came here. The farmer himself and his family. He hired neighbors to help. Or, when they got really desparate, the neighbors would help him out. Now, we have lost not only our jobs, but our tradition of working hard and giving to others. I know there country doesn't have enough money to support them, but that isn't our responsibility and they should start forcing their own government to straighten out. Until they are seeming to like the problem, it provides for them to steal from us.

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