Posted by Curt on 28 March, 2006 at 6:53 pm. 4 comments already!



From Michelle Malkin comes news that kids from Whittier and Pico Rivera in Los Angeles County have put the Mexican flag on top of the US flag and then turn our flag upside down.

You will not see this heart-stopping photo on the front page of the NY Times or on the lead story of the major news networks. You should (hat tip: Mika and F/R):


03/28 : Student protest

Whittier area students from Pioneer, California and Whittier high schools walked out of classes to protest the proposed federal immigration bill March 27, 2006. The protestors put up the Mexican flag over the American flag flying upside down at Montebello High. (Leo Jarzomb/Staff photo)

This is it, these fools have ruined any chance of obtaining anything they wanted.? For the last 3-4 days I have responded to these kids blocking the freeways, streets, and sidewalks while waving the Mexican flag and have been disgusted.? Just disgusted.? But under orders from up above we could do nothing but watch and make sure they don’t get hurt.

This morning we were briefed that some kids are instigating the rally’s thru accounts, which our department has been monitoring.? They had us load up with pepperball guns and then gave the order we had been waiting for.? No more coddling, we are to enforce the truancy laws and all laws pertaining to the freeways.

But then nothing happened.? Few kids here and there but nothing major.

Send these ungrateful brats back to Mexico.


Ok, I have stayed out of the recent immigration story since it started with the protests. Figured so many people were doing a better job then I could blogging about it, and of course, I was right. Nevertheless, I figured after having to deal with a few days of these protests at work I should add my two cents.

First, WTF is up with these dumbasses’s yelling to the media that they are Americans, while they fly the Mexican flag. Nothing pisses me off more then this. Well, there is one more thing that ticks me off, the fact that when I respond to a call for service and every person in that household cannot speak English. Usually these people have lived illegally in the US for over 5 years. But do not know a lick of English.

There is something SO wrong with that.

As far as the protests, the majority of them have been kids wanting to ditch school and create havoc. Nothing more. I can only speak for the protests I have seen in South Central but even today it was mostly a crew of rabble-rousers who tried to get onto the various campus’s to get the other students to join them.

The first protest that first day was obviously a legitimate protest, not that what they are protesting is legitimate, just that it was real folks who had a gripe. Every day since have been nothing but kids wanting to get on TV. But…that first day had some of the most disgusting groups involved. Those who only want Southern California to be ceded to Mexico:

“With all due respect to Uncle Sam, this shows that Los Angeles has never stopped being ours,” reporter Alberto Tinoco said on the Televisa television network’s nightly news broadcast, referring to a Saturday march in Los Angeles that drew an estimated 500,000, mainly Mexicans

Mark In Mexico has a valid point about the protest, and the fact that our leaders began caving at the sight of them:

I see this all the time here. By all the time, I mean at least once per week. People gather in the streets – here it’s a group of teachers demanding higher pay, in Monterrey it’s a group of health care workers demanding higher pay, in Mexico City it’s a group of railroad workers demanding higher pay and over in Guadalajara it’s a group representing bureaucrats demanding higher pay. And the government’s reaction? The same as our lily-livered toads in the United States Senate. They cow and cave, rob a little Peter to pay a little Paul – just enough to get the streets cleared until the next groups gather. Is this how the United States government is now going to be managed? By mob rule – and Mexican mobs, at that? Apparently so. It sure worked this time.

As far as Bush’s policy of Immigration. He is wrong wrong wrong on this one. The recent debates on some proposed legislation are just as bad:

The legislation, to be debated on the Senate floor beginning Wednesday, includes two provisions that together could create room for nearly 2 million temporary workers.

One is a five-year temporary program for up to 1.5 million agricultural workers advanced by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Immigrants living in the U.S. illegally as well as those outside the country would be eligible.

The other, backed by Kennedy, would create a new temporary visa to allow as many as 400,000 foreign workers into the country.

In both cases, individuals would have an opportunity to apply for citizenship after several years.

All eight Democrats on the Judiciary Committee supported both guest worker provisions on Monday, and all of them frequently work in concert with organized labor.

And it’s people like this: (via Expose The Left)

Enqrique Morones appeared on The O?Reilly Factor last night to for the rights of illegal immigrants. In this segment he is demanding a ?national health care reform? which is code for ?socialized health care for illegal immigrants?. His reasoning: They building houses and deliver groceries, therefore they deserve free health care on demand.

And those who fly the Mexican flag in our Country while demanding to be made American who make the rest of us sick.

Michelle Malkin highlighted a article that shows the fallacy of the liberal argument, hell…the Presidents argument also, that we need these illegals to do jobs no one else will do:

Most of the arguments for not enforcing our immigration laws are exercises in frivolous rhetoric and slippery sophistry, rather than serious arguments that will stand up under scrutiny.

How often have we heard that illegal immigrants “take jobs that Americans will not do”? What is missing in this argument is what is crucial in any economic argument: price.

Americans will not take many jobs at their current pay levels — and those pay levels will not rise so long as poverty-stricken immigrants are willing to take those jobs.

If Mexican journalists were flooding into the United States and taking jobs as reporters and editors at half the pay being earned by American reporters and editors, maybe people in the media would understand why the argument about “taking jobs that Americans don’t want” is such nonsense.

Another variation on the same theme is that we “need” the millions of illegal aliens already in the United States. “Need” is another word that blithely ignores prices.

If jet planes were on sale for a thousand dollars each, I would probably “need” a couple of them — an extra one to fly when the first one needed repair or maintenance. But since these planes cost millions of dollars, I don’t even “need” one.

There is no fixed amount of “need,” independently of prices, whether with planes or workers.

None of the rhetoric and sophistry that we hear about immigration deals with the plain and ugly reality: Politicians are afraid of losing the Hispanic vote and businesses want cheap labor.

What millions of other Americans want has been brushed aside, as if they don’t count, and they have been soothed with pious words. But now the voters are getting fed up, which is why there are immigration bills in Congress.

She also got a email that brings this point into focus:

Thanks for your extensive coverage of the administration’s amnesty plan for illegals. Whenever I hear our president claim that illegal aliens are needed to do the “jobs Americans won’t do,” I can only think of three words:

West Virginia miners.

Bush’s comments are a slap in the face to those hardworking Americans!

How about the argument that the illegals are mostly just hard workings folks? Heavy Handed Politics points us to a study that shows us nothing could be further from the truth:

That argument, however, has one major flaw. According to Justice Department statistics and the analysis of immigration experts, the “law-abiding” claim often isn’t true.

“The U.S. Justice Department estimated that 270,000 illegal immigrants served jail time nationally in 2003. Of those, 108,000 were in California. Some estimates show illegals now make up half of California’s prison population, creating a massive criminal subculture that strains state budgets and creates a nightmare for local police forces.”

Citing an Urban Institute study, director of research for the Center for Immigration Studies Steven Camorata noted in 2004: “Roughly 17 percent of the prison population at the federal level are illegal aliens. That’s a huge number since illegal aliens only account for about 3 percent of the total population.”

We all know how much of our tax dollars goes to provide the basic needs for people here breaking our laws, but how about the danger to our country from having lax border control?

Four years after the September 11 attacks, investigators were able to easily enter the United States with enough radioactive material to make two so-called dirty bombs, according to a report on a government undercover investigation obtained on Monday.

Two teams made simultaneous entries at the U.S.-Mexican border and the border with Canada carrying radioactive material in their vehicles in December 2005, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) said in the report on its investigation.

The congressional watchdog agency said the test was designed to examine potential weaknesses related to radiation monitors that have been installed at U.S. border ports of entry, the GAO said.

The monitors worked. But the investigators, posing as employees of a fictitious (sic), still got past the border patrol with fake paperwork authorizing them to transport the material, the report said.

“The CBP (Customs and Border Patrol) inspectors never questioned the authenticity of the investigators’ counterfeit bill of lading or the counterfeit NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) authorizing them to receive, acquire, possess and transfer radioactive sources,” the GAO said in a letter to Sen. Norm Coleman, chairman of a Senate Homeland Security subcommittee.

“We believe the amount of radioactive sources that we were able to transport into the United States during our operation would be sufficient to produce two dirty bombs, which could be used as weapons of mass disruption,” the letter said.

What is it going to take until our borders are controlled? I’m afraid that it will probably take an attack by those who crossed the border which dwarfs 9/11. That maybe the only way the WHOLE country will understand that this is major problem, and needs to be addressed NOW.

Other’s Blogging:

This morning we were briefed that some kids are instigating the rally’s thru accounts, which our department has been monitoring. They had us load up with pepperball guns and then gave the order we had been waiting for. No more coddling, we are to enforce the truancy laws and all laws pertaining to the freeways.

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