Saturday, March 05, 2005


American Citizens Fed Up With Open Borders

According to a field poll released today, sixty percent of California residents don't think illegal aliens should have drivers licenses.

"People have never really bought into this idea," DiCamillo said. "There is clearly question about what kind of rights and privileges should be granted to immigrants who do not have legal status."

What's there to question? These people are here illegally. I know this is too much to ask, but why not just send them back where they came from and seal our Southern border?

A deal was never struck, however, and Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill by Sen. Gil Cedillo, D-Los Angeles, that the governor said did not have enough security protections.

Cedillo has introduced the same bill again this year.

Of course he did, and he'll continue to do so as long as he's in public office. To me, it seems like this man's loyalty, despite taking an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, really lies with Mexico. So of course he wants as many illegals in States as possible, since they send money back to Mexico, and almost invariably vote Democrat.

I say, we are doomed as a nation if we keep allowing in people who don't want to become Americans, and who think that the Southwestern U.S. (Aztlan) was stolen from them to begin with.

Here are some telling tidbits from a MEChA web site:

What the prologue asserts is the basic historical fact that indigenous and Mexican peoples inhabited the Southwest before the arrival of the United States. There is no denying this important detail, and there is nothing that those who would "seal the border" or foolishly equate MEChA with the Klan can do to change it.

The facts are that the southwest was invaded upon by Anglos under the white supremacist banner of 'Manifest Destiny' in 1836 and 1846. The invasion was so brutal that Irish-American soldiers deserted in droves and formed the St. Patrick�s brigade and fought against U.S. forces in defense of the Mexican peasantry (anyone ever wonder why there are so many redheads in Northern Mexico?). People's ideologies may change, but we would not denounce El Plan de Aztlan, just like many in the African-American community would not denounce the legacy of the Black Panthers or Malcolm X in the current African-American struggles for Human and Civil rights in the U.S. today.

Lovely, isn't it?

On another note, citizens of Oregon are signing up for civilian border patrol duty guarding the U.S./Mexico border in Arizona. Their motives are simply to protect fellow citizens:

"I don't hate anyone and I totally respect that there's a family man on the other side of the border who wants to provide for his family," Hight said. "The problem is that it's too easy for a terrorist to come across the border."

Naturally, the government of Mexico is not happy:

The Mexican government, for its part, has issued a strong warning both to organizers and the U.S. government about the pending event.

On Monday, Mexico's Foreign Minister said he is consulting a Los Angeles law firm about the Minuteman Project and plans to address the matter with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice when she visits Mexico City on March 10.

"We are going to attack by all legal means," Luis Ernesto Derbez said. "During the meeting with Secretary of State Rice, I would like to tell her about the actions that the Mexican government will undertake in defense of the rights of our fellow citizens in particular because of this concern about private-sector American groups committing actions that we see as illegal."

Can you believe the chutzpah of these people?

Also, the U.S. Border Patrol isn't happy about this either. But then again, what do you expect when the law fails its citizens?

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