Translation: "No on Prop 187 and No on the Law in Arizona."
Pandering at it's worst!!!! Hey Californians! Remember ALL those very expensive, slick ads Meg Whitman
sent out...you know the ones where she PROMISED to crack down on illegal aliens, to secure the border if we elect her as governor?
What a difference a few days make!!! Here's her new sign in California's 'hispanic' districts.
Don't forget....Meg is one of 'McCain's girls!
HOW TO HANDLE THE RNC....
STOP voting for the Rino’s they insist on giving us...like Whitman in California. Until they know we will NOT vote for them, they’ll just keep putting up more of the same.
Past time to send the GOP a message...GIVE us conservatives because we won’t vote for your rinos!
CHELENE NIGHTINGALE FOR GOVERNOR
No more California RINO/MCCAIN wing votes! Whitman just insured Brown winning, why should I waste my vote on this pretend ‘conservative’.
Nightingale for Governor 2010
This statement by McCain keeps running through my mind. It’s worth a look and McCain let’s slip that he really is a globalist who doesn’t see any particular ‘connection’ to Arizona or the community of the USA, for that matter.
“I could imagine, with a little envy, what it must have been like for the McCains who came before me to be so connected to one place; to be part of a community”
Interesting statement. May give an indication why he has no special attachment to the sovereignty of this nation and believes illegal aliens have just as much claim to it as the rest of us who are ‘so connected’. Full article here
How 'bout those Black Panthers! Here they are intimidating voters last November...and this Dept. of Justice? All charges were dropped!
Listen to the hateful, violent words from Black Panther being shielded by Obama (w/shocking video)
One of the Black Panthers caught on tape trying to intimidate white voters outside a Philadelphia polling location on Election Day 2008, King Shamir Shabazz, has been caught in another video, spewing racist and vile rhetoric which will undoubtedly be shocking to many.
In the new video, the Black Panther speaks of his hatred for white people, and even advocates killing white babies.
Of course, the Justice Department, under Obama dropped the case against the Black Panthers, and Shabazz agreed not to carry a "deadly weapon" to a polling place again, at least until 2012.
If you have any doubts as to the anarchist views of this organization, don't miss this! Prepare to be stunned!
New Black Panther - 10 point platform
What the New Black Panthers Want
What the New Black Panthers Believe
Meanwhile, in Mexico
, they're just killing voters they don't like! Coming to your town!
Violence curtails voting in several states
Mexico, D.F. – Yes. Violence inhibits voting. In Chihuahua and Tamaulipas, two states where there is the presence of criminal cartels, voter absence reached 60 percent.
In Chihuahua the declared PRI winner, Cesar Duarte, won with a vote of just 35.98 percent of the registered voters, according to the local Electoral Institute.
Meanwhile in Tamaulipas, Egidio Torre Cantu won, replacing his brother Rodolfo who was killed just a week ago by armed commandos, with only 39.7 percent of the registered voters actually voting.
In Sinaloa, another of the most violent states, only 57.05% of the voters participated.
Of the 12 states that elected governors during this election, the one with the highest voter turnout was Zacatecas where 57.2 of the registered voters actually voted.
claims yet another 'first': Mexico leads the world in armed robberies
Mexico is the leading country in the world for armed robberies, and thugs use firearms in 67.7% of cases. This report is according to a study released today by the “Grupo Multisistemas de Seguridad Industrial,” an experienced Mexican firm with an international clientele. http://www.nuevoexcelsior.com.mx/index.php?m=nota&id_nota=539588
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer's SB 1070 legal defense fund had almost $500,000 as of Thursday morning - more than 60 percent of it flooding in during the 48 hours after the U.S. Justice Department sued to invalidate the law. Arizona Daily Star
Thomas Chaput of LaGrange, Ga., said he had a good reason to send $20 to help Brewer defend this state's new immigration law. "Because our president is stupid," he said.
Amnesty is about to be shoved down our throats.
No reward for violating our borders! NO AMNESTY
Tonight thousands of us will want to turn on the radio to hear the voice of reason we came to depend on. But today the voice is silent.
passed away a few days ago and leaves a hole in our hearts. As he was in his last days, he didn't complain or even tell us he was ill...instead on June 5 he was in 107 degree heat, supporting Arizona.
It seems like just yesterday that I was standing in the hot Arizona sun with sweat pouring off of me. I was not alone however that day, there was an American patriot sitting next to me on the stairs. I held an umbrella over his head as he wiped the sweat from his brow and took a drink from a water bottle. He looked up at me.
"Is it soon?" he asked.
"Just a few minutes more," I said.
Terry Anderson didn't look to me as I had pictured him. He was slightly gaunt and pale. His spirit however was still inside of him as he talked to me.
For those who don't know Terry, he had been doing a radio for 10 years called Terry Anderson Show where he spoke out for freedom in America and enforcement of our immigration laws. He got involved in the issue after watching the black community in Los Angeles being affected by the invasion of illegal aliens. He railed against the inaction by our government telling the American people that "If you ain't mad, you ain't payin' attention!"
"We will prevail because we are right! - Terry Anderson
On this day he had traveled into the middle of the desert to stand and share his message with the people of Arizona and the people of America. It was a day that would hit 107 degrees and the message he was bringing was no amnesty for illegal aliens
. It was June 5, 2010 and it would be the last day that I would see this great man.
Little did I know at the time, Terry was suffering from pancreatic and liver cancer and it was the cause of his gaunt, pale condition. A little over a month later, just yesterday in fact, this patriot died.
It troubles me that someone with pancreatic and liver cancer - a month from dying - can take the time to stand with his fellow Americans, but there are Americans in this country who claim to be patriots who will make every excuse in the book not to attend events or be active in something they say they care about. Actually it angers me more than it troubles me and looking at a man like Terry just puts the point home. Terry is an example to us all. I believe that he would say to all Americans to "get off your butts and get out there!"
America is much the poorer with the loss of this great man named Terry Anderson.
Terry stood up tall from sitting next to me, walked up the stairs and took the podium. Below is what he had to say that hot day in June in Phoenix, Arizona.
You will be missed Mr. Anderson.
MUST SEE...Remembering Terry's last speech! Phoenix Rising.
Walter Moore gives a fine tribute.
Remembering Terry Anderson July 9, 2010
by Walter Moore
Let’s start with that voice of his: mesmerizing.
Terry Anderson’s radio show would have been worth listening to even if all he did was read aloud the ingredients of breakfast cereal. His voice was riveting. Booming — really BOOMING — one moment, then practically a whisper the next; relentless rapid-fire delivery mixed with pauses; he could have captured and held your attention even if you didn’t speak the same language. He was that good.
And Terry was hilarious. A boring man could never have coined the phrase, “The most horriblest clown of the week.” Even when he was “articulating the popular rage,” he could make you laugh. Mixing rage and laughter isn’t easy, but it made it easier for those of us in Terry’s audience to keep our spirits up in the face of the seemingly endless onslaught of, well, horrible clowns, week after week, year after year.
Terry’s articulation of the popular rage was therapeutic. When you heard Terry rant, you knew you weren’t alone. You also knew you were right, because Terry knew right from wrong, and knew how to explain it simply and clearly. Politicians could blow all the smoke they wanted to, but it never clouded Terry’s vision. He had uncommon common sense, and a unique ability to zero in on the truth.
Besides being a terrific speaker, Terry was a terrific listener. You know how sometimes, when you’re talking to someone, you feel as though they’re just waiting for you to stop so it’s their turn to say whatever they already have in mind? You never got that feeling from Terry. Rather, he actually listened to what people said. You could tell from how he reacted, whether you were listening to him on the radio or had the privilege of talking with him in person.
Sometimes, when people would call his show, they knew they had a point to make, but they didn’t know exactly how to make it. Terry listened, and then articulated the point for them. He did so, moreover, in a gentle, caring and respectful way. You could hear the relief and enthusiasm in their voice when they heard him express the thought they hadn’t quite been able to put together on their own.
I even heard him take a call from a little kid — whose parents had put him on the phone — and Terry neither rushed him nor condescended to him. I forget exactly what Terry said, but I remember being impressed; I think Terry likened immigration law to playing by the rules, a concept children understand but many adults pretend not to.
Assembling parts so they work together was apparently second nature to Terry. After he passed away, I read an article about how, from a very early age, he had a knack for taking bits and pieces from wrecked cars, salvaging them, and putting them together to work, good as new.
That’s basically what he was doing with our country. He was salvaging those of us who had given up hope. He found some of us here in L.A., others in Nevada, still others in Illinois — scattered people, all over America, who thought they were alone.
Terry united and connected people all over America who actually care about America. He was like Radio Free Europe and the French underground rolled into one. He provided important information we couldn’t find anywhere else.
When I ran for Mayor of Los Angeles, he was the first person to put me on the radio. He gave me the privilege of talking to people all over the nation on his show, despite my having had zero political experience, no war chest of cash, and no other media coverage. It made a difference. People from all over the country not only wrote to encourage me, but also contributed their hard-earned money to my campaign, because they wanted to help me try to save America’s second-biggest city. I was totally blown away. A police officer in Chicago actually contributed to my campaign. I was so honored.
Terry likewise supported Jamiel’s Law — a “radical” proposal to deny “sanctuary city” protection for gang members. That anyone could oppose such a common-sense, modest, narrow proposal is still stupefying to me. But oppose it they did, and Terry was right there, fighting the massive disinformation campaign waged by people who took the side of gangs rather than the side of gangs’ victims. He didn’t just talk about Jamiel’s Law on the radio; he actually came to the rallies and the protests. That he took his time to attend meant a great deal to me and to the Shaw Family, too. If you had Terry Anderson on your side, you had the angels on your side.
Brave. That’s another word that springs to mind when you think about Terry. More like “fearless.” More like “invincible.” Terry was so strong, fearless and inspiring that It never even occurred to me that he could possibly pass away. I took for granted that we would always have Terry to egg us on, inspire us, keep our hopes up, and lead the fight to protect common sense values we never thought we would have to fight for.
I can’t believe he’s gone. I just can’t imagine a world without Terry Anderson. No one can fill those shoes. He was one of a kind.
I also can’t imagine how terrible his loss must be for his family. He was always strong, strong, strong. To lose such a great man, with so little warning, has to be absolutely impossible.
I just hope Terry’s family realizes how much we loved him, and how grateful we are that they shared this remarkable man with us, shared him with America.
We miss you, Terry, and we won’t let you down. You put us together. We won’t let anyone tear us apart.
Mark Levin has a good idea:
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