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McCain rides his name to GOP victory despite cash-poor campaign

Posted in 2008, Amnesty, Border Security, Campaign, deportation, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, John McCain, Juan Hernandez, Latino, Law Enforcement, McCain, Open Border, pro-amnesty, Sovereignty, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S.-Mexico border, Uncategorized, United States, Voters on February 6, 2008 by americanchaos

By MICHAEL R. BLOOD

LOS ANGELES—Starved for campaign cash, John McCain never ran a TV commercial in California, the surest way to reach voters in the vast state. He didn’t send a piece of mail to voters in a season when mailboxes are stuffed with political advertising.Instead, volunteers dialed up voters and knocked on doors. And McCain went a long way on his name.

The Arizona senator crushed Mitt Romney in the nation’s most populous state on Super Tuesday, cementing his national front-runner status and positioning himself to win most, if not all, of the state’s 170 delegates.

With 92 percent of precincts reporting, McCain had 42 percent of the vote to Romney’s 34 percent. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee trailed with 11 percent.

Just months ago, McCain was all but forgotten in the race after his campaign ran out of money and momentum in the summer. But he regained his footing with wins in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida, propelling him to a series of wins Tuesday from coast to coast.

He clearly benefited when Rudy Giuliani’s campaign collapsed last week, ending the competition over party moderates.

“McCain is a household name. Romney’s problem was most Californians don’t know who the heck he is,” said Republican analyst Allan Hoffenblum. With the tight primary schedule, Romney “spent all his time and early money in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and Florida. There was not enough time for him to create a separate image here in California.”

After overcoming his troubles last year, McCain came to California with built-in advantages: He’s from neighboring Arizona; as a war hero, he has natural appeal with California’s many veterans and active-duty personnel; and he won the endorsement of popular Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who’s been campaigning for him across the state.

A survey of voters leaving polling places found McCain was the overwhelming choice of GOP moderates and those looking for decisive leadership in a time of war. Romney has been fighting to win over conservatives who dominate California’s primary, and the exit poll found he was the favorite of “very conservative” voters as well as those who identified illegal immigration as the nation’s top issue.

Signs of a tightening race sent both candidates hurrying back to California this week, and Romney spent lavishly on TV advertising in hopes of stalling his rival’s momentum.

For the first time this year, California Republicans divvied up delegates based on the winner in each of the state’s 53 congressional districts. McCain soundly defeated his rival from San Diego to the Napa Valley. Fresno County was one place the outcome look inconclusive, according to unofficial returns.

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and wealthy businessman, was unbowed by his Super Tuesday showing.

“We’re going to keep on battling,” he said in Boston.

To no surprise, illegal immigration was a top issue for many California Republicans.

Exit polls found Romney was favored by those who want illegal workers deported and some conservatives saw McCain as the face of liberal immigration policy. But the Arizona senator also won votes for proposing a pathway to citizenship for illegal workers.

Immigration reform “is really the thing that made me vote for him,” said Juan Carlos, 32, a Los Angeles technology consultant who moved to the U.S. from Mexico 15 years ago.

In the closing days of the campaign, McCain aired a tough-talk radio ad on illegal immigration, a sign that he was vulnerable on the issue. “I’ve listened and learned,” he said in the ad. “I’ll hire new border guards, build a fence.”

Another McCain voter, a Sacramento-area Target retail manager Mike Ronnebeck, 45, said he admired the senator because “he works across boundaries with Republicans and Democrats.”

California had long been a forgotten state in the presidential election, a place where candidates came mostly to collect checks in the fundraising centers of Hollywood and Silicon Valley. But this year the state has seen new clout and visibility since moving its primary to Super Tuesday from its traditional June berth.

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Violence on the United States – Mexico Border

Posted in Anarchy, Anti American, assaults, Border Patrol, Border Security, Chertoff, Congress, crime, criminals, deportation, drug smuggling, Gang Activity, GOP, Hispanic, Homeland Security, homicide, human smuggling, identification requirements, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, Invaders, John McCain, Juan Hernandez, Latin American, Latino Arrogance, Law Enforcement, lawbreakers, Local Governments, McCain, Mexican, Mexican government, Mexican Reconquista, Mexico, military, Open Border, Politics, President, Reconquista, smugglers, South American, Sovereignty, terrorists, Treasonous, trespassers, U. S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Government, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S.-Mexico border, Uncategorized, United States, US Border Patrol, US Constitution, violence on February 5, 2008 by americanchaos

By Sam Logan and M Casey McCarty

· Due to increased pressure from the Calderón administration, some members of Mexican organized crime may begin crossing the border in significant numbers to set up US-based operations.

Dozens of murders have resulted from battles between the Mexican security forces and armed criminals along the US-Mexico border since the beginning of this year. It is a spike in violence that has many in the US worried that gunfights may spill across the border, carrying all the reprisals that left a string of Mexican border towns without journalists, mayors, police chiefs and musicians in 2007.

In another bloody encounter for what has already been a violent year, on 7 January a van full of gunmen ran a roadblock outside the border town of Reynosa, Mexico. Mexican soldiers and federal police chased the van to a small house across the street from the Reynosa police station. The gun battle began soon after. In the aftermath, ten suspects were arrested and five policemen were dead. Along with the suspects, Mexican police seized three automatic rifles, an Uzi submachine gun, grenades and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

The US Border Patrol has not taken any extra precautions, but is keeping its agents in the field “abreast of the situation,” according to Border Patrol spokesman Oscar Saldana, who recently spoke with ISN Security Watch.

“We’re advising everyone to be on the alert and be extra cautious because of the situation on the Mexican side,” he said.

Others, however, argue that more action must be taken to prevent the establishment of a significant presence of Mexican organized criminals inside the US. However, preparations on the US side of the border are directly linked to a lack of resources from the federal and state levels.

“What has been appropriated is likely spent,” Kent Lundgren, chairman of the National Former Border Patrol Organization, told ISN Security Watch in a recent telephone interview.

And what may come from the federal government in the future will almost certainly be delayed by the US presidential elections.

When the lives of officers are at stake, Lundgren said, law enforcement must prepare for the worst case scenario, which could be the possibility that a small group of armed men could cross the border and encounter a patrol cruiser. The resulting firefight would be no contest. The heavily armed Mexican criminals would easily overcome one or two Border Patrol agents most likely armed with only pistols.

“We have seen no indication that law enforcement in South Texas is prepared for the worse case in this matter,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Mexican government has shifted its posture from reactive to proactive. No longer interested in waiting for Mexican organized crime to strike before responding, Mexican President Felipe Calderón wants to hunt them down, starting with Los Zetas in the northeastern Mexican border state of Tamaulipas.

Los Zetas

Commonly known as the enforcement branch of a top tier Mexican drug trafficking organization (DTO) known as the Gulf Cartel, the founding members of this elite group of hit men are former Mexican soldiers who, once trained, left the rank and file to earn money protecting the black market economy.

During their tenure as a paramilitary force overseeing the transshipment of multiple tons of cocaine across the border into the US, Los Zetas was then given orders and controlled by Osiel Cardenas-Guillen, the former head of the Gulf Cartel now awaiting trial in the US.

The extradition of Cardenas in January 2007 caused a rift in his organization’s structure, removing the one power that had been able to contain Los Zetas and solidifying its status as the real power at the border.

Both before and after this change in leadership, the brazen nature of their attacks could be easily discerned from the day-to-day violence in Mexico. Some corpses left in the wake of a hit had the letter “Z” carved into their backs; standoffs in broad daylight against rival DTOs, police and/or military included hi-tech weaponry such as machine guns and RPGs. Newspapers refer to them as narco-soldiers due to their past military training. Their tactics are smooth and confident and their movements organized.

Los Zetas has seen their status exalted from that of hired goons to full-fledged gatekeepers. And the group is now likely a drug trafficking organization itself, having taken over the Gulf Cartel in a slow but steady process during 2007.

Formerly reserved for members of an elite enforcement unit, the term Zeta has begun to encompass members of the antiquated Gulf DTO, rendering the Gulf Cartel to little more than a name, with Los Zetas running the day-to-day operations from a ground-based standpoint.

Their numbers have been reported in the hundreds, but for Calderón there are now only two that matter. The reputed second in command of Los Zetas, Miguel Treviño Morales, is said to be running Nuevo Laredo’s daily operations, while Heriberto “El Verdugo” Lazcano (The Executioner) is said to be moving between Gulf-controlled cities in Tamaulipas to remain out of site.

It was reported that Lazcano was shot to death in October 2007, but he is now believed to be in the Gulf-controlled state of Tamaulipas, possibly the city of Tampico, the same seaside city where authorities seized 11 tons of cocaine in October 2007.

Manhunt

Rather than back off and acquiesce to the din of cries over human rights and increased violence in the wake of a bloody year, Calderón has stepped up the pressure on Los Zetas. He has focused on the state of Tamaulipas on the US-Mexico border where the group has the strongest presence, and where he can apply high pressure.

Considering that the Gulf Cartel’s headquarters is likely in the town of Rio Bravo, between McAllen and Brownsville, Texas, and that many of Los Zetas’ members are still in the state, the first step of Calderón’s operation was to use soldiers to make a literal cordon around the state.

With the Gulf of Mexico to the east and the US-Mexico border to the north, Calderón has focused on blocking the main roads in Tamaulipas that lead from the neighboring state of Nuevo Leon into the state of Coahuila with the help of some 2,300 Mexican soldiers, according to Patricio Patiño Arias, the deputy minister for intelligence and strategy at Mexico’s Ministry of Public Security.

The deputy minister acknowledges that their fight with Los Zetas has reached a new level of importance since the start of the New Year. Now it is a manhunt, and they are after Lazcano and Treviño, the latter believed to control the lucrative route from Monterrey to Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Laredo, Texas: one of the most hotly contested border crossings in all of Mexico.

Patiño Arias told reporters days after the 7 January shootout in Reynosa that the new strategy was “no longer just patrolling” but was now a direct fight “against specific objects, against specific targets that has grown out of important intelligence work.”

Holding the border

But will the border hold? This is a question not so much asked in Washington as in small towns and cities in southern Texas where locals read every day about violent shootouts occurring less than 16 kilometers away across a border that anyone can simply traverse on foot in many areas.

Blocked from escape in any direction but north, leaders and other members of Los Zetas could cross the border into the US as Calderón turns up the pressure in Tamaulipas. If Los Zetas begins running its smuggling operations from inside the US, law enforcement in small Texas towns across the border could be saddled with a serious security threat. But beyond the border, in cities such as Dallas and Houston, law enforcement will also likely feel the brunt of organized crime.

The ten gunmen arrested after the recent Reynosa shootout are all suspected members of Los Zetas, men who report to Treviño. Three of them have US citizenship, suggesting closer ties to the US, specifically Texas, than some may be willing to admit.

Limited resources

Sheriffs of border counties from El Paso to Brownsville, as well as members of the Texas Border Sheriffs Association, have come together to help one another along the Texas-Mexico border in an atmosphere where funds from the federal level are lacking.

“I could use another 50 officers,” Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio told ISN Security Watch, adding, “I have 1,267 square miles to cover. It’s an area larger than the state of Rhode Island.”

Lundgren, of the National Former Border Patrol Organization, believes that no local sheriff or lawman in Texas has the resources or the training necessary for the task. “We believe that in a limited set of circumstances there ought to be military resources on the border that can respond immediately when somebody is in over his head in what is essentially a large-scale firefight,” he said.

“There’s no reason why two border patrolmen or a sheriff’s deputy or anybody else should have to stand there and die just because we’re not prepared to send the troops over to take care of the bad guys in the way it should be done.”

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FUGITIVE FILE

Posted in Americas Most Wanted, Arizona, Child Rapist, crime, criminal, Day laborer, deportation, Fugitives, Hispanic, Illegal Alien, illegal immigration, Justice, KY, Latin America, Latino, Law Enforcement, lawbreakers, McCain, Mexico, Mississippi, New York, Open Border, Owensboro, Phoenix, Robert Santos, Roberto Santos, SEX, Sexual Abuse, Sodomy, Spanish, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Uncategorized, Willie Santos on February 5, 2008 by americanchaos

William “Willie” Roberto Santos

(Willie Santos, Robert Santos, Roberto Santos)

 

William Santos

WANTED FOR Sodomy – 10 counts, Owensboro, KY

POSSIBLE LOCATIONS

Mississippi

New York
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Santos Was Trusted Member Of The Community; Illegal Alien; Alleged Child Rapist

William Roberto Santos worked as a laborer at a horse farm in Owensboro, Ky. Nobody seemed to know much about his past, but his behavior and personality quickly made him a trusted member of the community.He attended church regularly, and parents felt safe leaving their young children in his care. One child in particular, who spent time at the same horse farm where Santos worked, spent four or five nights at a time at Santos’ apartment.

Nobody had any reason to suspect anything sinister was going on until the 11-year-old boy confessed to his mother that something bad had happened, and that it had happened many times.

Even though Santos is in the U.S. illegally, cops do not think that he would return to his native home of Mexico.

An Abuse Of Trust

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By the time the 11-year-old told his mother what had happened and the police were contacted, Santos was already gone. Through interviews with the victim and his mother, the police were able to establish that Santos had sodomized the boy multiple times over the course of two weeks.

Santos was also implicated by his gay lover, who went to the police and told them that Santos had confided to him what he had done to the little boy. Unfortunately, Santos did not tell his lover where he planned on going when he disappeared from Kentucky.

When the police went to Santos’ apartment, they found he had left in a hurry, leaving most of his belongings behind. But nothing was able to point them towards where Santos was now.

Where Is He Now?

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Police believe it is possible that Santos may be trying to find work at a horse farm in New York, perhaps near a racetrack. Cops say Santos used to talk about wanting to work near a large racetrack in New York, and think he might be trying to fulfill this wish.

There have been sightings of Santos in Phoenix and New Albany, Miss., but once again, there was nothing to lead police to his current location. Even though Santos is in the U.S. illegally, cops do not think that he would return to his native home of Mexico. Police say he has been ostracized by his family members in Mexico because of something he did to a young boy there before he moved to the United States.

PROFILE

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Aliases Willie Santos, Robert Santos, Roberto Santos, Willie
Sex Male
Race Hispanic
Age Now 28
Height 5’9″
Weight 175 lbs.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair)
  • Brown
  • Eyes (Color and Correction)
  • Brown
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    US Congress Supporting of Terrorist groups !

    Posted in 2008, 2nd amendment, ACLU, Adopt-A-Highway, Ahmadinejad, al-Qaeda, America, American, American Citizens, American Freedom Riders, American people, American taxpayers, Americas Most Wanted, Amnesty, Anarchy, Anchor Babies, Andrew Thomas, Anti American, Antonio Bustamante, Arizona, Arizona-Mexico border, assault rifle, assaults, Assimilate, Austin Texas, Aztec, Aztlan, Barack Obama, beheadings, benefits, Bible, birth certificate, birthright, Border Angels, border crossing, Border Patrol, Border Security, Borderless Continent, boycott, Business, Business Licenses, California, Campaign, Canada, Catholic, Cemex, Central Texas, Chavez, Chertoff, Christians, Clinton, Congress, Constitution, consumers, contraband, coyotes, crime, criminal, criminals, Dallas County, Death, debate, defense record, Democratic, Democrats, Department of Transportation, deportation, Deported, DHS, disease, diseases, Documentary, Donald Rumsfeld, driver's license, Driving, drug dealer, drug smuggling, drug trade, drugs, Dual Citizen, Duncan Hunter, Dunce, east coast, Economists, Economy, Edwards, El Paso, El Salvador, elections, Ellis Island, employer sanctions, Employment, English language, false religion, Federal Debt, federal facilities, Federal Reserve, felony, Film, First Amendment, Flor Crisostomo, Florida, fortress, Free Trade Alliance, Freedom, Frosty Wooldridge, Fugitives, Funny, Gang, Gang Activity, GASTON CO, General David Petreaus’s, George Bush, George Soros, Georgia, Glenn Beck, Globalization, God, GOP, governor, green cards, Groundhog Day, GROWTH, Guantanamo Bay, Guest Workers, Guiliani, gun control, Hate, Heritage Foundation, Hezbollah, Hillary Clinton, Hispanic, History, home invasions, Homeland Security, homicide, housing, human rights, human smuggling, Humor, ICE, identification requirements, Illegal, Illegal Alien, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, immigration, income tax, Incursions, Indiana, INDIANAPOLIS, indigenous, Invaders, Islamic radicalism, Jackpot babies, Jail, Janet Napolitano, Jim Gilchrist, jobs, John McCain, Johnny Sutton, Juan Hernandez, judgment, Justice, Kennedy, kidnappings, killings, KKK, La Raza, Latin America, Latin American, Latino, Latino Arrogance, Law, Law Enforcement, lawbreakers, legal, legal documents, leprosy, Liberal, Liberty, license, Lieberman, Life, Local Governments, Lou Dobbs, Luis Aguilar, LULAC, Mara Salvatrucha, Maricopa County, Maverick, Mayor, McCain, MEChA, Media, medical care, Mestizos, Mexican, Mexican government, Mexican military, Mexican Police, Mexican Reconquista, Mexico, Michael Chertoff, Middle-eastern, migrants, Mike Huckabee, military, Minutemen, Mississippi, Money, MS-13, Multiculturalist, Murder, NAFTA, North American Union, Northern Border, NY, OBAMA, Oklahoma, Open Border, passport, Patrick J. Buchanan, Patriotism, pharmaceutical research, Phoenix, Pima County, Politics, population growth, POW, President, President Bush, pro-amnesty, protest, racism, Racist, Ramos and Compean, rape, Rape Trees, real estate, Recession, Reconquista, Religious leaders, Republican, Revolution, Rio Grande, Romney, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, San Diego, schools, Secure Fence Act of 2006, Senators, SEX, sex trafficking, Sexual Abuse, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, smugglers, social services, South American, Southern Arizona, Southwest, Sovereignty, Spanish, spending, state law, stolen cars, Suffolk County, Super Tuesday, syphilis, Tancredo, tax dollars, Taxes, Taxpayer, taxpayers, Ted Kennedy, terrorism, Terrorist, terrorists, Texas, The 14th Amendment, tickets, Tom Tancredo, trash, Travis County, Treasonous, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, trespassers, tuberculosis, Tucson, U. S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. border, U.S. citizen, U.S. Government, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S.-Mexico border, United Nations, United States, Unsecured Borders, US Border Patrol, US Constitution, Venezuela, veterans, vigilantes, violence, Virginia, Voters, War, warrants, welfare, White House, wildlife, Yuma on February 4, 2008 by americanchaos


    Why are we funding the VERY PEOPLE whom will and are trying to DESTROY US ?


    1. La RAZA


    2. MECha


    3. Al Quida Jihad groups


    4. Kair ( Islam group )



    LA RAZA WILL GET $5 MILLION IN 2008 and $10 MILLION FOR EVERY YEAR AFTER THAT ! ! ! Hope Fund Act of 2007 (H.R. 1999) To authorize appropriations for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.

    The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development shall, to the extent amounts are made available pursuant to subsection (b), make a grant to the National Council of La Raza for the purpose of providing technical and financial assistance to local non-profit organizations to undertake community development and affordable housing projects and programs serving low-and moderate-income households, particularly through organizations located in neighborhoods with substantial populations of income-disadvantaged households of Hispanic origin.

    Assistance provided by the Secretary under this section may be used by the National Council of La Raza or the Raza Development Fund to–Provide technical and financial assistance for site acquisition and development, construction financing, and short-and long-term financing for housing, community facilities, and economic development; leverage capital from private entities, including private financial institutions, insurance companies, and private philanthropic organizations; provide technical assistance, training, support, and advice to develop the management, financial, and administrative capabilities of housing development organizations serving low-income households, including Hispanic households; And conduct such other activities as may be determined by the Secretary and the National Council of La Raza.( And this means ANY THING THEY WANT TO USE IT FOR!)

    Authorization of Appropriations- There is authorized to be appropriated for grants under this section– $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and $10,000,000 for each fiscal year thereafter. 4/23/2007: Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services. TELL THEM TO VOTE “NO” ON HOUSE RESOLUTION (HR) 1999!
    HERE IS A TOLL-FREE NUMBER: 1(866)340-9281

    Click Here
    http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/110_HR_1999.html

    Stop Funding for Illegal Immigrant Tuition

    Posted in 2008, 2nd amendment, ACLU, Adopt-A-Highway, Ahmadinejad, al-Qaeda, America, American, American Citizens, American Freedom Riders, American people, American taxpayers, Americas Most Wanted, Amnesty, Anarchy, Anchor Babies, Andrew Thomas, Anti American, Antonio Bustamante, Arizona, Arizona-Mexico border, assault rifle, assaults, Assimilate, Austin Texas, Aztec, Aztlan, Barack Obama, beheadings, benefits, Bible, birth certificate, birthright, Border Angels, border crossing, Border Patrol, Border Security, Borderless Continent, boycott, Business, Business Licenses, California, Campaign, Canada, Catholic, Cemex, Central Texas, Chavez, Chertoff, Christians, Clinton, Congress, Constitution, consumers, contraband, coyotes, crime, criminal, criminals, Dallas County, Death, debate, defense record, Democratic, Democrats, Department of Transportation, deportation, Deported, DHS, disease, diseases, Documentary, Donald Rumsfeld, driver's license, Driving, drug dealer, drug smuggling, drug trade, drugs, Dual Citizen, Duncan Hunter, Dunce, east coast, Economists, Economy, Edwards, El Paso, El Salvador, elections, Ellis Island, employer sanctions, Employment, English language, false religion, Federal Debt, federal facilities, Federal Reserve, felony, Film, First Amendment, Flor Crisostomo, Florida, fortress, Free Trade Alliance, Freedom, Frosty Wooldridge, Fugitives, Funny, Gang, Gang Activity, GASTON CO, General David Petreaus’s, George Bush, George Soros, Georgia, Glenn Beck, Globalization, God, GOP, governor, green cards, Groundhog Day, GROWTH, Guantanamo Bay, Guest Workers, Guiliani, gun control, Hate, Heritage Foundation, Hezbollah, Hillary Clinton, Hispanic, History, home invasions, Homeland Security, homicide, housing, human rights, human smuggling, Humor, ICE, identification requirements, Illegal, Illegal Alien, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, immigration, income tax, Incursions, Indiana, INDIANAPOLIS, indigenous, Invaders, Islamic radicalism, Jackpot babies, Jail, Janet Napolitano, Jim Gilchrist, jobs, John McCain, Johnny Sutton, Juan Hernandez, judgment, Justice, Kennedy, kidnappings, killings, KKK, La Raza, Latin America, Latin American, Latino, Latino Arrogance, Law, Law Enforcement, lawbreakers, legal, legal documents, leprosy, Liberal, Liberty, license, Lieberman, Life, Local Governments, Lou Dobbs, Luis Aguilar, LULAC, Mara Salvatrucha, Maricopa County, Maverick, Mayor, McCain, MEChA, Media, medical care, Mestizos, Mexican, Mexican government, Mexican military, Mexican Police, Mexican Reconquista, Mexico, Michael Chertoff, Middle-eastern, migrants, Mike Huckabee, military, Minutemen, Mississippi, Money, MS-13, Multiculturalist, Murder, NAFTA, North American Union, Northern Border, NY, OBAMA, Oklahoma, Open Border, passport, Patrick J. Buchanan, Patriotism, pharmaceutical research, Phoenix, Pima County, Politics, population growth, POW, President, President Bush, pro-amnesty, protest, racism, Racist, Ramos and Compean, rape, Rape Trees, real estate, Recession, Reconquista, Religious leaders, Republican, Revolution, Rio Grande, Romney, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, San Diego, schools, Secure Fence Act of 2006, Senators, SEX, sex trafficking, Sexual Abuse, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, smugglers, social services, South American, Southern Arizona, Southwest, Sovereignty, Spanish, spending, state law, stolen cars, Suffolk County, Super Tuesday, syphilis, Tancredo, tax dollars, Taxes, Taxpayer, taxpayers, Ted Kennedy, terrorism, Terrorist, terrorists, Texas, The 14th Amendment, tickets, Tom Tancredo, trash, Travis County, Treasonous, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, trespassers, tuberculosis, Tucson, U. S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. border, U.S. citizen, U.S. Government, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S.-Mexico border, Uncategorized, United Nations, United States, Unsecured Borders, US Border Patrol, US Constitution, Venezuela, veterans, vigilantes, violence, Virginia, Voters, War, warrants, welfare, White House, wildlife, Yuma on February 4, 2008 by americanchaos

    Petition: There is a movement in government to give money to illegal immigrants’ college education. However, there are many U.S. Citizens who can not afford college. Keep our tax money for U.S. citizens.

    Sign this Petition click here

    Arizona Guv: Mac’s Border Fix Won’t Work

    Posted in 2008, Amnesty, Arizona, Arizona-Mexico border, Border Security, Democrats, deportation, elections, GOP, governor, identification requirements, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, Janet Napolitano, John McCain, Juan Hernandez, Law Enforcement, lawbreakers, McCain, OBAMA, Open Border, Politics, President, pro-amnesty, Sovereignty, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, United States, Voters on February 4, 2008 by americanchaos

    Teddy Davis
    ABC News

    Requiring governors of border states to certify that the flow of illegal immigrants has been halted is central to John McCain’s immigration plan.

    The Republican frontrunner says he will not move forward with earned legalization until certification is complete.
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    Tagged by some conservatives as “the amnesty guy,” McCain has said that enlisting border governors is a necessary step for restoring the public’s confidence that immigration is being brought under control.

    Appearing on Bill O’Reilly’s program in August, McCain pointed to the Democratic governor of his home state of Arizona as key to his proposal. “If the governor of my state, who happens to be a Democrat, would be forced she would certify that the border is secure it would be secure,” said McCain. “And that would give credibility.”

    “You’d have to have all the border state governors certify it,” he added. “I think that would give credibility to our claim in Washington.”

    While border certification has proved to be a useful talking point for McCain, Arizona’s governor has not been consulted by McCain on certification and she said she considers it unworkable.

    “The certification issue sounds good,” said Janet Napolitano, the governor of Arizona, in an interview with ABCNews.com, “but it is a snapshot, not a sustained presence, and a snapshot could vary greatly within any given state within any given year.”

    By relying on governors to certify that the border is secure, McCain is shirking responsibility, Napolitano said.

    “If you make certification the only criteria for whether you then move into overall immigration reform, what I would be leery of is putting up a process by which you never have to take responsibility for overall immigration reform,” she said.

    Napolitano has endorsed Democrat Sen. Barack Obama for president.

    Asked how certification would work if the governor of Arizona thinks it is nothing more than “a snapshot,” McCain ignored the criticism and instead pointed to the ways in which Texas, where he enjoys the endorsement of Gov. Rick Perry, has gotten involved in beefing up border security.

    “Look,” said McCain, in an interview with ABC News’ Ron Claiborne, “if a nation can’t secure its borders then a government can’t carry out its responsibilities to the people, because that’s our first obligation. I believe we can. I obviously believe that once you do that then we have the tamper-proof documents and stuff.”

    “People want the borders secured first,” he continued. “We’ve got to do that for them, so that we can satisfy their major concern which is national security.”

    Mc Amnesty is so full of himself. It is pretty bad when an open border pro illegal governor doesn’t support his plan and believes it unworkable. This is another instance of where a wink and a nod would certify the border as secure and amnesty would be at the front door.

     http://wehategringos.com/whg/?p=2669

    Thank You, ICE Agent Cory Voorhis

    Posted in Border Patrol, Border Security, crime, criminals, deportation, drug smuggling, Economy, Fugitives, Hispanic, Homeland Security, ICE, identification requirements, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, Invaders, John McCain, Law Enforcement, Open Border, Politics, Sovereignty, trespassers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S.-Mexico border on February 4, 2008 by americanchaos

    By Jan Herron

    I have a sister who was a heroin addict and as I write this letter, she is dying of Hepatitis C as a result of her addiction. Frankly, suspended ICE Agent Cory Voorhis’ exposure of illegal alien criminals such as heroin dealer Walter Ramos, aka Carlos Estrada Medina, does my heart good.

    It’s time we get these drug dealing illegal alien prostitutes and the pimping politicians who serve them off of our streets and out of our government.

    The Cory Voorhis case is like an octopus, it goes in many directions but what it all boils down to is that he’s being rail-roaded by those in power who have connections. Governor Ritter’s Ag-trespass plea-bargain gimmick is what should be being discussed nationally and in our courtrooms. Is it really true that Disrict Attorney Morrissey put a stop to the Ag Trespass charade or is that practice still going on under another name?

    Next to jailed Border Patrol Agents Ramos and Compean, the attempted prosecution of Cory Voorhis is the greatest miscarriage of justice I have ever seen. A sitting Governor, a former Congressman, the Denver District Attorney’s Office, and officers of our federal government have conspired to destroy Voorhis and his family. They have sent a very loud message to the other ICE Agents: if you expose the truth, this is what will happen to you.

    Cory Voorhis is the kind of guy you would want in the foxhole with you. Cory is an example of the kind of ICE Agent we want and need to protect us from the illegal alien invasion. ICE Agent Voorhis is a veteran who served his country in Desert Storm, he served with the U.S. Border Patrol, and he has been a career ICE Agent for the past 13 years. ICE Agent Voorhis has served his country honorably and bravely, and he has compiled a outstanding record.

    With the pending Pedro Castorena case, a case in which Voorhis was the lead investigator, one has to wonder why career-criminal Castorena, with unlimited financial resources to fight his case, will now probably get off with a slap on the wrist. All the pro-illegal alien officers-of-the-law have conspired against Agent Voorhis over something that otherwise would have been handled administratively with, at most, a token suspension from classified ICE duties. What a miscarriage of justice.

    My question for Cory’s prosecutors is this: Will you pursue those illegal alien drug smugglers and document fraud criminals as intensely as you are pursuing Cory Voorhis? If not, the public needs to step up to the plate and demand justice.

    No family in America should have to put up with the return of illegal alien criminals on our streets.

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