Minutemen of Arizona

Posted by on April 4, 2005

With the killing of Terri Schiavo, the death of Pope John Paul II, and the NCAA tournament there has been precious little media time for the goings on on the Mexican – Arizona/US border. Depending on who you read you might read:

The AP gets closer to “journalism” with this title: “Volunteers to help patrol Mexican border”

I wasn’t there for the big shindig last week but from the reports I’ve read…as well as the silence from the Anti-Christian Left Union…I can only guess that there was no Poncho Villa-esque slaughter of “militia” members nor Black Jack Pershing raids into Mexico. The Immigration Blog and the Freeps had their “reporters” on the scene.

For the life of me I can’t understand why President Bush doesn’t support the necessity of protecting our southern border. I know he has a long relationship with President Fox of Mexico but it should be pretty clear that El Presidente’ is ENCOURAGING his people to violate US Law. Now with the birth of the Minutemen he sends his army to the border region. Why? Does he really think that these citizens are a threat to Mexico? Probably so since his people are literally killing themselves to get into the US…must be pretty bad south of the border.

Here in Kentucky we have a seasonal influx of Mexican workers. One has to wonder how many are legal and how many are not. Perhaps it’s time for the “Hunters of Kentucky” to help the illegals get legal. No, that is not a veiled threat. If we have illegal immigrants in our State we should give them an opportunity to get legal. If they choose NOT to get legal…we deport them back to Mexico and send President Fox the bill.

Last modified on April 4, 2005

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2 Responses to “Minutemen of Arizona”

  1. DeepThroat Says:

    I like Michael Savage’s idea: we’ll take the illegals, if Mexico gives us 1000 barrels of oil for each.

    Fox is living up to his name (except with a U replacing the O). We should make it costly for him to push immigrants into the U.S.

    As for the Minutemen, I say let’s have more.

    Bush needs to quit cozying around with people who obviously have their own interests in mind.

  2. Confessions of a Pilgrim » May Day “Boycott” Says:

    […] Tomorrow will be a media frenzy as the criminals attempt to “shutdown” several US cities. Yeah, they are criminals. They violated US laws to enter our country. Over a year ago I wrote this. The same still holds true except now the criminals are doing us the favor of gathering together for us. Should make it simple enough right? […]

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