RNC refuses to believe the obvious

31 05 2007

Cross posted from Bear Creak Ledger

In my small slice of the Republican Party (Republican Women of Williamson County), most of the women are very angry about the “Immigration” reform bill (s.1348).  They are tired of the Republican National Party promoting what we consider to be RINO’s.  Most of us stopped donating to “The Party” and only donate to the candidate.  But I do believe we are the face of the Republican base who used to be the stalwart of under $50 donation support for Republicans and I might say the grunts on the ground for the Republican Party around election time.

From The Washington Times we read about the RNC firing or eliminating it’s phone banks attributing the reason to obsolete phone bank equipment.  But the staffers cite different reasons:

Faced with an estimated 40 percent fall-off in small-donor contributions and aging phone-bank equipment that the RNC said would cost too much to update, Anne Hathaway, the committee’s chief of staff, summoned the solicitations staff last week and told them they were out of work, effective immediately, the fired staffers told The Times.

snip…There has been a sharp decline in contributions from RNC phone solicitations, another fired staffer said, reporting that many former donors flatly refuse to give more money to the national party if Mr. Bush and the Senate Republicans insist on supporting what these angry contributors call “amnesty” for illegal aliens.

“Everyone donor in 50 states we reached has been angry, especially in the last month and a half, and for 99 percent of them immigration is the No. 1 issue,” said the former employee.

Course the RNC states there is no decline in donations, but doesn’t say if that’s with the small dollar donors! Could be just another twist of words.

Other CAII news:
Illegal aliens in jail, then what? from Right Truth
An Inconvenient Immigration Truth …
from Blue Collar Muse

The Presidents Immigration Speech Translated…CONGRESS SHOULD HAVE THE COURAGE TO LIE from stikNstein

Bush defends immigration plan from My Country My View

An Open Letter To President Bush from Violence Worker – I’m cross posting this letter since I think this expresses the thoughts of many of us out there:

Dear Mr. President,

Sir, I’ve supported you these past 6 years through thick and thin and I have to tell you, that’s is hard to do living in the People’s Republik of Washington. People hate you out here. They get a hangnail out here and they somehow figure out some way to blame you for it.

I’m afraid, sir, that you’ve lost my political support. You lost me, not over the war in Iraq or the greater war on terror, but on the domestic issue of immigration. Your remarks over this travesty of an immigration package were uncalled for. This is where we part ways. From this moment on, you can place me in that polling statistic that no longer supports you.

Mr. President, you can call it what you want. You can wrap it in nuance and political doublespeak, but this bill is amnesty and laden with more loopholes then the tax code.

Honestly sir, can you really look me in the eye and tell me that any bill that Teddy Kennedy supports is good for America?

We need to control our borders first! Then we need to work on dealing with those illegal immigrants that are already here. We need to address local government and their idiotic policies of “sanctuary”.

Mr. President, you and most liberals have it wrong. We are NOT a nation of immigrants. We are a nation of Americans. I’m not an immigrant, you aren’t an immigrant and most people here today are not immigrants. There was a time in our history when we could take in the world’s huddled masses, but times have changed.

So good-bye, Mr. President. If you had any political capital at all, it’s now gone. You are now truly a lame duck. Amnesty is your legacy.

VW

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A Day Without Gringos

31 05 2007

Cross posted from Committees of Correspondence

Sometime back I saw a movie on one of the oddball cable channels called.

A Day Without A Mexican

Here are the words of the film makers statement

“How do you make the invisible, visible? You take it away.”

One morning California wakes up to find that one third of its population has disappeared. As the day goes by we discover that the characteristic that links the 14 million disappeared is their Hispanic background. This is the premise of the film A Day Without A Mexican that was released in 2004.

As filmmakers we felt, beginning in 1994 with California’s Prop 187, that the half-truths constantly repeated in immigration discussions needed to be clarified. Using our artistic voice we intended to give form to a strong sentiment of discomfort we perceived in the Latino immigrant community but which up to now had had no clear shape, no loud voice. We believe that immigration reform is the civil rights struggle of our time. It is a struggle that affects all of us with its impact on the economic, social and cultural fabric of our society.

In the spring of 2006, reality has imitated art. Immigration issues have exploded onto the national stage and currently there is a call for a National Boycott on May 1st — No work, no school, no buying, no selling — in support of immigration reform in the United States.
All artists dream of changing the world. Our goal is to create work that is relevant to our times. If our work has encouraged social change, that is the ultimate satisfaction. In making this film, our objective was to open the dialogue on the issue of immigration by including factual information and alternative views that would change the terms of the discussion. This in the hope of having the Latino community take its rightful place as an important contributor and player in the history and future of the United States. The film was meant as a fable, a warning to be heeded.

Today, the fable has come to life. As we see reality and our imagination become one, we want to encourage people to participate in the struggle as they are able. We will be documenting the process and the outcome in hopes of furthering the discussion of the contribution made to our society and economy by not just the Latino immigrants but all immigrants. That these contributions increase productivity and raise the standard of living for all of us

I don’t know about anyone else but this part popped right out at me,

We believe that immigration reform is the civil rights struggle of our time.

Excuse me, but citizens of other countries enter ours as guests they have no inherent right to come here.

If you disagree with that sentiment, I suppose anyone who wishes to, has an equal right to enter your house and make themselves at home?

I didn’t think so.

Anyway I recalled that movie while reading about all the courtesy that little girl from Tennessee received in Mexico recently when she was representing the USA in the Miss Universe Contest. NOT!

Mexicans Boo Miss USA at Pageant

Oh brother. Yeah, that’ll wake us up about how wrong we are about the intentions and attitude of the 20 million-plus illegal Mexicans in our nation. Or, it could simply highlight the contempt Mexicans hold for this country. You see, the more someone allows you to take advantage of them, the less you respect them.

This year’s contest was marked by controversy, with a handful of Mexicans booing Smith in the run-up to the finals because of what they saw as U.S. unfriendliness toward illegal immigrants…This was the fourth time the pageant was held in Mexico…

Rachel Smith, our entrant and a Tennessee girl

Despite the characterization that there was a ‘handful’ of Mexicans who boo’d, it was thunderous. How dare they, with all this nation has done, and now because they want a free pass to ravage this nation further and we resists, they boo this young woman.

Hey if you don’t believe me or the author of the website I took the above from, Tammy Bruce.com,

Check it out for yourself.

 

Anyway, like I said I recalled that Movie and I thought how about a “Day Without Gringos”?

I don’t mean we disappear, some of them might like that. They keep screaming at rallies about how we should all go back to Europe because they are the ones who have a right to this continent, not us.

I have news for them, some of my ancestors walked here quite a few thousand years ago and I am not going anywhere.

The truth is what they really like is Gringo Dollars so for “A Day Without Gringos”, start looking at labels.

If it was made in Mexico put it back but note the price and from time to time, mail or email the Mexican Embassy how much you did not spend on their products and how much you spent on the same thing from another country.

Come to think about it forget that “Day Without Gringos” make it a way of life.

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Bush… Ya Talkin’ to Me?

31 05 2007

Cross posted from The Peoples Patriot

Bush lashes out at majority of Americans opposed to his amnesty legislation.Bush’s remarks at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center on Tuesday:

“If you want to kill the bill, if you don’t want to do what’s right for America, you can pick one little aspect out of it, you can use it to frighten people.”

Ya talkin to me? You must be talkin to me because I’m the only one here with 84% of the population that sees this bill for what it is, amnesty with some already existing enforcement measures thrown in. The bottom line is this bill won’t reduce illegal immigration and it’s cost, in many ways, is enormous.

How dare you and your treasonous allies like Linda Chavez and Lindsey Graham revile the American people for standing up for the rule of law, American sovereignty, culture and it’s middle class? The American people elected you. What gives you politicians the right to scold and play us for stupid?

We see right through your attempt to wrap amnesty in the gift paper of enforcement. Once the gift is open, the paper is trashed and all we are left with is amnesty a la the failed 1986 amnesty legislation.

It disturbs you because despite your secrecy and deceit, we have come to comprehend that your amnesty bill will do nothing to save American jobs, bolster American wages, give relief to crowded, over burdened schools and a strained health care system.

You have the audacity to state that by opposing your treasonous legislation “we don’t want to do what is right for America”. It is you Arbusto, who is putting American interests last. It is you…

By the way, that goes for Chavez, Graham, McCain, Kennedy and the rest of the traitorous legislative power rangers.

Your administration doesn’t even have the decency to post up an accurate transcript of your speech. The day after you gave your speech I watched it on a Fox News video that I can no longer locate. You said that “those who oppose this bill haven’t read it yet”.

Your administration was quick to omit that from your transcript because they realized that if the statement were true, the entire Senate would have to be against the legislation.

Your deceit has it’s signature all over this legislation as it was hatched in secrecy and hidden from excluded, American citizens. You further try to deceive us by incorporating into this joke of a bill, enforcement measures already available to us. Thereby giving us what we already have in exchange for amnesty for 20 million foreigners. You call that a compromise?

There is nothing of parity that you can offer the American people in exchange for amnesty. Exchanging amnesty is the same as exchanging the rule of law. Any country’s survival is dependent upon maintaining the rule of law. There is nothing anyone could ever trade for this. The sooner you realize this, the faster we can work on actually fixing the problem.

Your failed Presidential term, which I am ashamed to admit I supported twice, cannot end quickly enough. The less time you have to destroy this country the better off America will be. You will go down in history as the worst President this country has ever had. With the likes of Jimmy Carter as a representative of our past Presidents, this is a super human accomplishment in itself.

If you and your pals don’t like the tone of this message, too bad. Me and the 84% opposing the amnesty legislation don’t like the way you are talking to us either. We also don’t like what you are doing to us.

Now that we apparently have your ear, I will encourage every American to call, fax or write the White House and Congress to express opposition to this disastrous amnesty legislation.

Join NumbersUSA, they will assist you in effectively contacting your political leaders without cost and undo effort. Do it today while the traitor is listening. Don’t worry, it really is what is right for the country and none among the 84% opposed to this bill, will call you an anti-American, bigot Nazi for joining.

Other CAII Amnesty Fighters Who Don’t Appreciate Being Scolded by a Traitor

StikNstein…has no mercy: The Presidents Immigration Speech Translated…CONGRESS SHOULD HAVE THE COURAGE TO LIE

The Presidents Immigration Speech Translated…CONGRESS SHOULD HAVE THE COURAGE TO LIE

The Violence Worker: An Open Letter To President Bush

My Country-My View: Bush defends immigration plan

GA Crimewatch: GA Illegal Immigration Fighter Succeeds in Secret Squirrel Mission

Right Truth: Illegal aliens in jail, then what?

CAII
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An Open Letter To President Bush

31 05 2007

Cross posted from The Violence Worker

This was emailed to the President using my real name and regular email address.

I doubt he’ll see it, but I feel better!

VW

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Dear Mr. President,

Sir, I’ve supported you these past 6 years through thick and thin and I have to tell you, that is hard to do living in the People’s Republik of Washington. People hate you out here. They get a hangnail out here and they somehow figure out some way to blame you for it.

I’m afraid, sir, that you’ve lost my political support. You lost me, not over the war in Iraq or the greater war on terror, but on the domestic issue of immigration. Your remarks over this travesty of an immigration package were uncalled for. This is where we part ways. From this moment on, you can place me in that polling statistic that no longer supports you.

Mr. President, you can call it what you want. You can wrap it in nuance and political doublespeak, but this bill is amnesty and laden with more loopholes then the tax code.

Honestly sir, can you really look me in the eye and tell me that any bill that Teddy Kennedy supports is good for America?

We need to control our borders first! Then we need to work on dealing with those illegal immigrants that are already here. We need to address local government and their idiotic policies of “sanctuary”.

Mr. President, you and most liberals have it wrong. We are NOT a nation of immigrants. We are a nation of Americans. I’m not an immigrant, you aren’t an immigrant and most people here today are not immigrants. There was a time in our history when we could take in the world’s huddled masses, but times have changed.

So good-bye, Mr. President. If you had any political capital at all, it’s now gone. You are now truly a lame duck. Amnesty is your legacy.

VW

CAII
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Bush defends immigration plan

31 05 2007

Cross posted from    My Country My View

I’m sorry president Bush but I just can’t agree with you.

As president of my country I respect you, but never will I agree with you when it comes to letting CRIMMIGRANTS into our country.

I cannot agree with any thing having to do with anyone coming to our country ILLEGALLY and being rewarded for it.

How can I agree with this?

These people come here and have no respect for us or our country our flag, or anything having to do with the RED, WHITE, AND BLUE, which is what we stand for!

They come here and TAKE, TAKE, AND TAKE!

You may have a passionate defense but so do I and so many others that love our country and want to protect it from becoming a 3rd world country.

Deeply concerned about our country losing it’s soul?

What do you think is happening?

We are losing everything that is precious to us!

These people don’t want to assimilate!!!

They want it their way or no way!

Can’t anyone see this?

As for growing up in Texas?

I have!

What are you seeing?

Are we in the same Texas?


Yes, I guess I can see what you are talking about when you talk about the decency and humanity of Hispanics, but this isn’t the real problem is it?
Bush targets immigration plan’s foes

I’m talking about EVERY CRIMMIGRANT THAT IS HERE AND STILL CROSSING THE BORDERS!


I’m talking about the blatant disrespect for our country!


Our Flag!
and as I stated earlier, everything that we stand for!


And now you’re hoping that these new immigration changes will reduce the need for a fence?


No sir it won’t.


In my opinion all this is going to do is encourage more CRIMMIGRANTS to enter our great country.

FROM McClatchy Washington Bureau

By Ron Hutcheson
McClatchy Newspapers

GLYNCO, Ga. – President Bush offered a passionate defense of his plan to overhaul immigration laws Tuesday, casting the debate as a struggle over America’s soul and its reputation as a welcoming nation.

In an exclusive interview with McClatchy Newspapers, Bush expressed confidence that the changes under consideration in Congress would dramatically reduce the flow of illegal immigrants while giving those who are already here a chance to join mainstream American society.

He suggested that critics of his plan are either uninformed about the details or fearful of immigration.

“I’m deeply concerned about America losing its soul.

Immigration has been the lifeblood of a lot of our country’s history,” Bush said. “I am worried that a backlash to newcomers would cause our country to lose its great capacity to assimilate newcomers.”

Bush acknowledged that the proposed overhaul faces a difficult time in Congress, where it is under attack from both ends of the political spectrum.

Conservative critics contend that the plan amounts an amnesty program because illegal immigrants would be allowed to stay in the country after paying a $1,000 fine.

Some liberals complain that plans for a new temporary worker program are overly restrictive and would create a permanent underclass of foreign workers.

Bush underscored his commitment to the legislation during an interview on Air Force One as he traveled to Georgia to promote the immigration bill. He has teamed up in support of the bill with a bipartisan group of lawmakers that includes Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.

“I understand it’s going to require a lot of work because this is a very emotional issue,” he said. “There is an element of our society that is worried about two Americas.

My argument to them is: We’ve had this debate in our country for years.

“And yet our ability to welcome newcomers and the system’s capacity to assimilate them has been one of the great powerful traditions of America.

It works, and it will work this time. People shouldn’t fear our capacity to uphold our motto: E Pluribus Unum.”

Addressing one of the most sensitive issues in the immigration measure, Bush expressed hope that the immigration changes would reduce the need for a fence along the U.S. border with Mexico.

The immigration bill requires the completion of at least 370 miles of fencing, along with other security measures, before any temporary worker program can go into effect, but does not specify how much of the border will ultimately be fenced. Congress approved legislation last year calling for 700 miles of fence.

The proposed fence has drawn protests in Bush’s home state of Texas, where officials fear it will hinder commerce and cause environmental problems.

“The fence sends a clear signal that we’re serious about enforcing the border,” Bush said. “I presume we’re not going to build fences where people don’t want them.”

ALSO POSTING ON MY FAVORITE SUBJECT…

The Peoples Patriot – One Way to Fight a Sanctuary City

From GA Crime Watch – Governor Perdue May Kill Illegal Immigration Bill in GA

From stikNstein has no mercy – The Presidents Immigration Speech Translated…CONGRESS SHOULD HAVE THE COURAGE TO

And last but not least From Blue Collar Muse – An Inconvenient Immigration Truth …

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Governor Perdue May Kill Illegal Immigration Bill in GA

31 05 2007

Cross posted from   Georgia Crime Watch

Deputy Lilly

ALERT!!! Governor Perdue may veto SB15!!! PLEASE call his office NOW [404 656 1776] and urge him to support this bill! SB 15 was created in honor of Deputy Loren Lilly, who was killed by an illegal alien driver. This bill increases the penalty for illegal aliens driving without a license to equal that of an American citizen driving on a suspended license. As of right now, the illegal alien receives only a ticket and a small fine in Georgia – many times LESS than what an American citizen pays!!!

Call Call Call!!! 404 656 1776

RALLY ALERT: POWER LUNCH RALLY AGAINST LA BILL! NO COMPROMISE ON THE LAW! The Dustin Inman Society will stage a rally to oppose amnesty.

THURSDAY, May 31, 2007 11:45 arrival, NOON START

Rain or shine! Corner of Akers Mill Rd. and Galleria Dr., Atlanta in the Akers Mill Square shopping center. Location is a few yards away from Senator Chambliss’ office and a few miles from Senator Isakson’s.

Rally is on the public right-of-way – the sidewalk on Akers Mill Rd. @ Galleria Dr. Entrance into the Galleria office complex. Go South of where I-285 crosses Cobb Parkway which is Hwy 41. If you were coming from 285, exit Cobb Parkway , go South 1 Block, turn left ( west) turn into shopping center on your right.

EVERYONE WILL BE POLITE AND RESPECTFUL. Noon- 1PM.

Bush and Chambliss

So President Bush was here in Glynco, GA yesterday. Is anyone surprised that Senator Chambliss was the ONLY Georgia lawmaker to appear with Bush?

Tonight, Georgia Representative John Linder (7th district) is holding a telephone town hall meeting with his constituents.

Congressman Linder has asked that participants for the May call-in do so slightly before 7:30PM on Wednesday evening to 1-888-989-6513. Callers will be asked for the passcode, “Linder Town Hall,” and will then be placed into the call.

Linder is interested in your comments, so he can directly deliver your thoughts to the White House – so please attend!

Some people think that ‘All or nothing’ is no way to fix immigration. And I agree. So, let us start enforcing our current Federal immigration laws first, and then see what laws we should enact next!

**GANG WATCH**

Three Gang Members Held In Football Player’s Murder

Bruno Sanchez, 19, and Edgar Hernandez, 20, were arrested late Tuesday and charged with murder and violation of the Georgia Street Gangs Act

Video regarding murder here.

Police say shooting at nightclub gang-related

Oscar Antonio Archaja of Chamblee was treated…Franklin Lagos, 21, of Norcross was listed in critical condition…Joshua Lee Medrano, 19, of Norcross was listed in serious condition…Investigators are following leads and asking anyone with information to call the Gwinnett County Police Department at 770-513-5300.

Teen arrested in football player slaying

…the Conasauga Safe Streets Task Force, a joint federal and local agency, arrested a suspected member of the Tiny Winos gang, said John Parrish, agent in charge of the Rossville office of the FBI.

Ok, class – which group are the Tiny Winos affiliated with?

…is this what you want???

**COALITION AGAINST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION**

Right Truth: Illegal aliens in jail, then what?

James Cordray: Command and Conquer – Red Alert Pt. I

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THE CURSE OF THE IMMIGRATION BILL…..SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER!

31 05 2007

Cross posted from StikNstein…has no mercy

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A Republican’s Life For Me!

We NAFTA, we CAFTA, we lie and we loot.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
Our base call us traitors but we don’t give a hoot.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

We sell out our party, we filch and sack.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
Democrats praise us with pat’s on our back.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

We kiss up to business, the voters we spite.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
They fatten our coffers, and that’s what we like.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

We’re pork laden, scoundrels, villans and knaves.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
We’d vote for the devil if our job it saves.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

We’ll abandon our principles, at the drop of a hat.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
Cheap labor from Mexico will make us all fat.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

Once we had honor, respect for our nads.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
Now we’re kiss-ups and wussies and ne’er-do-well cads.
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
We’ll back stab Republican voters too bad!
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!
Aye! But we’re loved by our mommies and dads!
Vote YES me ‘earties, Yo Ho!

Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.
Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.
Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.
Yo Ho, Yo Ho! Amnesty is for me.

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