Invasion USA: The Fall of MacArthur Park

Well it looks like the invaders are gaining ground today. Two distinct events took place that bring us ever closer to becoming the United States of Mexico.

First up, mayor Antonio Villaraigosa of Los Angeles threw his allegiance behind the illegals today by showing up at a rally in MacArthur Park. Some of you might have heard this name bantered about. It was the place where the May 1 rally in support of criminals was held. The place where our friends the masked Al Quaeda protesters showed up and threw rocks and bottles at the cops and provoked a dispersal response from them. They got what they wanted. The cops issued a clear dispersal order but not only did the agitators fail to comply, the media failed to comply as well and then had the audacity to bitch and whine about it when they got pushed out of the park with everyone else. So today the mayor held a rally, with his buddy Fabian Nunez, who is our traitorous Assembly speaker. The whole purpose of said rally being to pile more crap onto the cops and ally against them with the very criminals who caused the riot! So score one for the invasion forces. Los Angeles is officially lost.

And secondly, we have this new amnesty bill that was announced. Apparently some democrats and turncoat republicans, along with the administration, have been meeting in secret, behind closed doors, to hammer out an atrocious new immigration bill that grants amnesty to 30 million illegals in the form of the new Z-Visa. But don't take my word for it:

But the little we do know about the bill is troubling. According to reports, the bill contains a new 'Z Visa' that allows those who entered our country illegally to stay here permanently without ever returning home. This rewards people who broke the law with permanent legal status, and puts them ahead of millions of law-abiding immigrants waiting to come to America. I don't care how you try to spin it, this is amnesty. - Jim DeMint, Senator for South Carolina.

For those of you who whine and moan about how Bush does everything in secret, well, what about this? Meeting behind closed doors to put together a bill that you then intend to try and ram through without a debate on the floor of the Senate? Is this what you democrats want to go down in history as being known for? What are you afraid of? Why can't you debate this in an open forum where we the people get the chance to have our say? It's because you know full well that the overwhelming majority of the people are against rewarding criminals for breaking the law, and that's exactly what this travesty of legislation will be. We can only hope there's cooler heads to prevail in the House, but with Pelosi in charge I hold out little hope of that. I also hold the turncoat republicans and Bush himself responsible for it getting this far.

Our country is slowly being taken from us bit by bit. If the United States of Mexico is what you want, then by all means go ahead and pass more crap like this.
"It is pointless to resist, my son." -- Darth Vader
"Resistance is futile." -- The Borg
"Mother's coming for me in the dragon ships. I don't like these itchy clothes, but I have to wear them or it frightens the fish." -- Thurindil

Well. I guess that's that then.

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Posted on May 17, 2007 11:13 pm by Samson in: | 8 comment(s) [Closed]
I read about this one briefly earlier today on CNN when Kiasyn's bot announced it

[05/17 21:09] [inews] CNN@News: Bill offers U.S. citizenship path (

and it's really pretty impressive how far these senators are willing to go to deceive themselves into believing that the solution to illegal immigration is to simply grant citizenship blindly. *shaking his head*

*sigh* Akismet's caught me again, Samson.. I've been a bad spammer, daring to include a link within my quote.. and to CNN of all places too. somebody smack my wrist! ;)

Actually I think it also takes the frequency of posting into account. I got flagged the other day when I tried to post the 3rd comment in a row in a short time frame.

*L* Go figure. I guess it's good that it's so sensitive, but it does have it's downsides too. *chuckle*

I don't know what good it's going to do, but I would urge anyone who happens to be reading this to call your Congressmen and Senators and demand that they kill this bill. Latest figures indicate at least 75% of Americans are opposed to this, cutting across party lines on both sides. When liberals and conservatives both think the bill sucks, then gee, maybe it sucks.

However, we need to make damn sure the pressure stays on since Bush and his congressional cronies all want this passed for their own reasons and they appear to be planning to ignore the flood of phone calls and emails they're getting about this. We could well be looking at the death of representative government here in the USA.

I don't think my Congressmen or Senators keep business hours when I'm usually awake. :(

Here in the USA?? I thought we were Los Unidos del Nuevo Mexico here... especially if the current governor of New Mexico gets elected as El Presidante...

Well despite appearances, the invasion hasn't quite succeeded in taking over the whole country yet. California may be lost already, and the other border states may well be close to falling, but the rest of you guys still have a chance to save what's left for Americans.

Last night the Senate voted something like 69 to 30 to begin debate on the bill, which means they already have enough votes to kill a filibuster by the remaining republicans who are still opposed to this. So any chance we had of killing it that way is gone.

Frankly I'm afraid the only way we're ever going to permanently fix this is another civil war. The desert southwest vs the rest of the country. Or something like that.

Hmm, "Remember the Alamo!" comes to mind...

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