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Illegal immigration is simply 'share the wealth’ socialism and a CRIME not a race!

"NO COUNTRY CAN SURVIVE WITHOUT BORDERS"

"JESUS WEPT" An American Story

This is HISTORY you didn't learn in school about the destruction of a nation who could not defend it's borders.

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William Wilberforce, the British parliamentarian and abolitionist, told his colleagues, “Having heard all of this, you may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Three liberal candidates....what to do?


The good GOP'ers tell us "Get over it!" The people have spoken and they picked McCain......nonsense. The Media pushed McCain, sidelined the others and he rose to the top just like soured milk. Millions of the 'people' haven't even voted ! More picked other GOP candidates.

McCain continues to be well, McCain, throwing out liberal lines to catch the unsuspecting. Here he promises to push the failed Kyoto treaty.
“I am committed as President to pursue the efforts to reduce greenhouse gasses immediately. That includes joining Kyoto as long as we have India and China involved. It would not be fair to the planet to say the two largest growing economies who are greenhouse gas emitters are not part of it. Second of all there is a political reality and the American people would not support our engagement, joining in Kyoto without India and China.”

Here McCain blames GOP losses on those who promoted border security.

Mar. 17, 2008 -On NPR’s “Morning Edition” today, John McCain suggested that strong anti-immigrant rhetoric contributed to two recent, high-profile GOP Congressional losses – of former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum, who badly lost to Sen. Bob Casey in 2006, and Jim Oberweis, who lost the heavily Republican seat of former House Speaker Dennis Hastert this month in a special election.

“I know that there have been some races, like here in Pennsylvania, where Senator Santorum emphasized that issue [immigration] and lost by a large number,” McCain said on NPR.

“We just had a loss of Denny Hastert’s seat out in Illinois. The Republican candidate out there, I am told, had very strong anti-immigrant rhetoric also, so I would hope that many of our Republican candidates would understand the political practicalities of this issue.”

NOTE: Santorum and Hastert were never “strong on immigration” until they were forced to be.


Here he didn't even bother to vote on the last border security measures.
"Per the L.A. Times, 3/14/08: Although in chambers earlier and voting on other matters. JOHN McCAIN did not vote on the immigration amendments! His campaign staff said he had a “previously scheduled engagement in Philadephia” in the afternoon (when the vote was taken) but would fly back later in the day “to be there for other votes”.

My how “convenient” for Sen. McCain. This insures he is NOT on record as having voted FOR these immigration enforcement bills. We can only wonder if a) this was intentional to get more of the illegal alien votes and/or b) it leaves the “door open” for him to again pursue his fraud illegal alien “Guest Worker” program and illegal alien AMNESTY if elected President"

Recently this headline, “Obama Warns Of ‘Quiet Riot’ Among Blacks”, got some conservatives upset. Is that really so much worse than McCain telling us there will be civil unrest among Illegal aliens if his ‘comprehensive’ reform wasn’t passed?

John McCain: no amnesty for illegal aliens could lead to France-style riots

...The man wasn’t satisfied with McCain’s answer. He asked McCain why the U.S. couldn’t execute large-scale deportations, as he had heard they did in France and other countries. The question seemed to pique McCain.

“In case you hadn’t noticed, the thousands of people who have been relegated to ghettos have risen up and burned cars in France,” McCain said. “They’ve got huge problems in France. They have tremendous problems. The police can’t even go into certain areas in the suburbs of Paris. I don’t want that in the suburbs of America.”


What to do, what to do? I think I'll vote for the skinny black guy with the funny name from Illinois. Why not? All their policies are about the same. The only good I see coming out of this election is to put to rest this nonsense of the USA being a bigoted nation. It may shut up Michelle Obama and her racist preacher.

As comedienne Wanda Sikes said the other day, they better be careful what they wish for..........
" It's hard to blame the 'man' when you are the ' man' !"

Next election, we can elect a Mexican or Muslim or a woman , then they can shut up too!

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Have a Blessed Easter!



Some fun for you!
http://home.att.net/~solos_holiday/2008/_011/egg.htm

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Unintended consequences, Bad policy just got worse



TheTownCrier

......headline........Native American Courts: Precedent for an Islamic arbitral system (Establish Shariah Law in USA). Source: American Muslim Published: Mar 3, 2008

My Grgrgrandfather is rolling in his grave. He and many of his contemporaries (all Cherokee) were trying to get rid of the tribal system of government/courts in the 1800's because they knew it would be a contradiction to the Constitution and national stability. We NEVER learn.

Even some Indians saw the downside of this 'separate but equal' justice nonsense a couple centuries ago. For the Muslims to compare their situation in America to the Indians is as bad as the Mexicans claiming they are persecuted like the black slaves were...

BAH! I'm sick of it all...either we are Americans or we're not and the Muslims and some others don't want to be! Our local news reported a young alien murderer being sentenced. He goes by the name 'Alien Boy'. Some are proud of their law breaking status.

From the soon to be released Book, "Jesus Wept":
" An unoccupied portion of land given the Cherokee in prior treaties called the 'Strip' or Cherokee 'Outlet'........On Feb. 3, 1879 Boudinot wrote to Colonel James Madison Bell. " I am in for establishing a colony west of 98. We can do this without authority of the U.S. or anybody else.....get up your colony; if no more than 20 or 30..."

President Rutherford Hayes issued a proclamation less than two months later, forbidding unlawful entry into the Strip* in an attempt to prevent Cherokee settlement of the land. This did not deter some.

A few months after Boudinot's article, Bell loaded wagons with supplies, fencing and building materials, along with some of his friends and family attempted to settle a portion of the strip for the Cherokee people on the Chickaska River near the border town of Caldwell, Kansas. After a scout of two days, Lt. J.M. Warren detailed by the federal government from Arkansas City located the settlement. Jim Bell was arrested by U.S. troops, removed to Arkansas City and the 'colony' destroyed.

Boudinot and Bell were leading advocates for the abolition of the tribal land system of the Indians. They and others wished to have the lands owned in severalty, which is ownership of real property by an individual as an individual ; the same right to property as other Americans. They also championed the establishment of United States Courts in Indian Territory, and the abandonment of the tribal governments."

Though Jim Bell and Elias Boudinot could never convince the US Government or all the Cherokee tribal leadership to become American, Boudinot went on to practice in the United States Supreme Court, not only Indian courts.

And now, a few snips from the recent Muslims article:
The Muslim Community can learn from the experience of the American Indian Tribal Court System as we attempt to implement Muslim Family Law in North America.

The treatment of American Indians during the last 200 years has been tragic and shameful. In 1789, it was estimated that 10 million Indians lived in the area now part of the United States. Today there are less than 2 million, half of whom live in urban areas and a third of whom live on reservations. There are currently about 300 Indian tribes that are recognized by the federal government, and dozens more that have state recognition. In addition, there are more than 200 recognized “native villages” in Alaska. Every year, there is legislation in Congress, which recognizes new tribes or takes away recognition of existing tribes. (Their stats not mine!)

Although the Muslim community in North America is vastly different from the Indian community, I feel that in developing a plan for the implementation of Muslim family law, we can in some ways imitate the paradigm of the tribal court system and its supporting network. In particular, I recommend that as a first step, supporting organizations dealing with Islamic family law be established immediately. A professional association of Muslims in the law field (of whatever specialty) is a must. A law school students’ support group should be formed, and Muslim youth should be encouraged to enter this field.

A second step would be to establish institutes in the U.S. which can supplement legal education with courses in Islamic family law. At the same time, pressure should be put on law schools to include courses in Shariah taught by Muslims.

There is a serious lack of Muslim social service agencies. Muslim Family Services in Brooklyn, New York is one of the oldest and best-known—an example to be emulated elsewhere. These organizations will have to be in place when we start asking for control of our family court issues.
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(Photo Elias "Cornelius" Boudinot, son of Buck Watie.)