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Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Saturday, May 03, 2008

Border Patrol Nannies

"No human is illegal"?

Josefa Gonzalez Loya has sneaked across the Mexican border at least 128 times in the past eight years. And each time, the Border Patrol has been nice enough to give her a lift home.

Gonzalez and a group of other women and children -- all Indians from the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca -- have no interest in staying in the United States. All they want to do is panhandle outside El Paso businesses, using the children as lures.

At the end of a productive day, they wait for the Border Patrol to come pick them up and drive them back to the border.

Little dramas like this play out day after day, accounting for thousands of arrests but hardly any prosecutions in the past several years.

The Oaxacan immigrants fall under a loophole that gives border agents discretion to keep some adults and children together and out of jail.

"They do qualify for jail and prosecution," Border Patrol spokesman Ramiro Cordero said. "However, we've got to look at the humanitarian factor first if we are going to have to separate the family."

Let me be unequivocal and crystal clear:

I couldn't care LESS about ILLEGAL INVADERS. This is MY country, not theirs. You like Mexico? Stay the hell at HOME. That is your country; this is mine.

Illegal MEXICAN invaders want the best of all possible worlds. They wish to bleed my country dry of services and then complain that the road to entitlements isn't sufficiently padded for their dainty feet or paved with clear signposts in enough Spanish, water spots, massages and ice cream.

The recent May 1st "protests" in Los Angeles? In 2007 the LAPD took some stick time to illegal invaders' protests in that city. Some say LAPD screwed up. I say LAPD just acquired a bit more real world ASP or baton experience. As one LAPD officer was overheard to say behind a member of the media watching Bratton apologize for the melee: "They should have gotten out of the way, then." Meaning the media AND the invaders. Concur.

This May 1st? Fewer "protesters," no riots, no major media coverage. Why?

Because the American public, in the span of just ONE YEAR, has been sufficiently beaten into thinking that standing up for sovereignty, their borders, their culture, their language, is racist.

Do you see the issue even addressed in blogs anymore? In the media? And certainly NOT by ANY presidential candidate. So, why no May 1, 2008 protests? Because the pro-immigrant remoras, hagfish and parasites have won. That is why.

And it is sickening.

Wish to be sickened further? Wonder what the above photo indicates? Then clench your stomach, bear down and go here for a website that tells all good little Mexican Illegal Invaders just HOW to get their fair share, free, and how to go about insisting on their "rights" in this country.

It's time to get back on the anti-immigrant bandwagon, people. It's time to bring ILLEGAL MEXICAN INVADERS back into the spotlight. It's time to get pissed again because, obviously, our country is doing nothing.



Blogger TexasFred said...

Some folks never got OFF of that band wagon, but as long as we have a moron in the Oval Office, we're banging our heads against a stone wall...

And we DO have a moron in the Oval Office...

Fri May 02, 07:26:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

TF: concur. But man, we need more posts about this crap. I swear, if I didn't still have a job, I'd devote this blog to nothing more than the documentation of the filth, the crap, the toll that ILLEGAL INVADERS take on this country, and what border ranchers and landowners have to put up with. The gunfights. The Mexican military incursions. The environmental despoiling. The physical, the mental, the human costs and taxes on our infrastructue.

One day, if I live long enough to retire --

I'd love nothing more than hooking up with you and making our OWN run to the border for some FACTUAL documentation. We'd be our OWN reporters because you CAN'T depend on "modern day" "reporters".


Fri May 02, 09:14:00 PM PDT  
Blogger KurtP said...

Can't help but notice the colors of that poster....reminds me of a MEXICAN flag for some reason.

Fri May 02, 09:15:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

. . .wonder why?


Fri May 02, 09:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Mark said...

Does this country have the will to fight anything anymore? we don't fight this invasion, we don't fight the march toward globalism, we don't fight for energy independence, we only just barely fight terrorism, with much whining and sniveling, and will soon give up on that. sorry, but all I see is this country just rolling over on losses of personal freedom, losses of wealth, losses on all the things which made this country great, and different, and desirable. hell we even have to lie about our forefathers to feel better about ourselves! we are looking at symptoms rather than causes, we need to instill pride into our younger generation, teach them REAL history, not the shit the government is giving them in order to be good sheep for the coming world government! and if we don't do this soon, America, and all it ever stood for, will be gone.

Sat May 03, 04:44:00 AM PDT  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

Saw some lawyer on Fox going on about how 'they contribute and deserve...' and you can fill in the blank. First, they shouldn't be here to contribute. Second, I don't care if they *do* contribute as they are using goods and services due to Americans, not illegals. Third, you can't tout the money they 'send home' and that they 'contribute' here as that is pointing out that the lion's share is not 'contributing' but being leeched out of the Nation.

I know our trade policy has been wrong-headed and that the lovely folks pushing 'free trade' have to be held to account for this debacle. But this problem actually predates *that* and goes back to the first amnesty... where Congress promised up and down, backwards and forward and everywhich way that they would 'solve the problem'. And lovely Sen. McCain sat in that Congress and even if he didn't vote for the thing, he gets that pledge by the majority of Congress to carry through. They all did. They all failed to keep their words.

And with transnational terror groups and organized crime upping the ante with the gangs, the Mexican Army is getting its first taste of COIN. We will find out just how corrupted the Army and Mexican Federal Police *are* in the next few months to a year or so. My guess is that they will not hold as COIN is a long process... and Mexico hasn't been too adept at that sort of thing, especially since they stopped drilling for more oil or increasing refinery capacity. The money is about to seep out of the Mexican foreign trade part of the equation and the money that will step in is brutal. This will move from National Sovereignty to National Security in very, very short order.

We will pay dearly for our neglect of our Nation. I am fully expecting the next major deployment of troops in three years to be in the SW US. For defending the Nation doesn't start in Iraq or Afghanistan, but at the border. Something not a single one of those running for President can recognize... and none will get my vote until they *do*.

Sat May 03, 06:59:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Gayle said...

I have lived in El Paso. The women with children also beg on the street corners where people are stopped at red lights. They hold little children in their arms and look as pitiful as they possibly can. I've been told by legal Mexicans that most of them are holding children that aren't even their own... they rent them out for the day to beg in the US. It's nothing new. This was back in the late 80's!

Sat May 03, 07:36:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Henry said...

Yeah, those poor women looking so pitiful with the chiiiilllldreennnn in their arms...

BZ left out the part of the article that mentions how 50-60 year old women use children, not theirs, for the pity factor.

No pity from me.

Sun May 04, 11:01:00 AM PDT  

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