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In news that will make the members of the National Democratic Socialist Party of America go even more schizophrenic than they already are, our friendly neighbors to the South are scaring the shit out of environmental scientists who are working to study and preserve the wildlife along our border.

PHOENIX — Biologist Karen Krebbs used to study bats in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument on the Arizona-Mexico border. Then, she got tired of dodging drug smugglers all night.

“I use night-vision goggles, and you could see them very clearly” — caravans of men with guns and huge backpacks full of drugs, trudging through the desert, Krebbs said. After her 10th or 11th time hiding in bushes and behind rocks, she abandoned her research.

“I’m just not willing to risk my neck anymore,” she said.

What’s a Poverty Pimp™ to do when his or her future voting bloc of Shamnesty™-seeking welfare sponges are threatening to kill Mother Gaia’s™ custodians? (And thereby possibly unleashing the wrath of the Eco-Freaks™. Of course, they’ll most likely blame the Eeeeevil BusHitlerCheneyBurton Cabal™ for forcing the Poor, Oppressed Little Brown People™ into the pristine wilderness areas, by not demolishing the border checkpoints and allowing them to simply drive in, unfettered and unmolested.)

Across the southwestern U.S. border and in northern Mexico, scientists such as Krebbs say their work is increasingly threatened by smugglers as tighter border security pushes trafficking into the most remote areas where botanists, zoologists and geologists do their research.

Yeeeeeeeeeah. The continuing rise in the number of illegal aliens “undocumented workers” around the country sure do show how much “tighter” the border is. How many miles of that vaunted, much-ballyhooed border fence have been installed so far?
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My my my, but isn’t lil’ Felipe feeling feisty these days?

MEXICO CITY — President Felipe Calderon blasted U.S. immigration policies on Sunday and promised to fight harder to protect the rights of Mexicans in the U.S.,

How about doing a bit for their rights in Mexico, dumbass? Maybe that way you wouldn’t feel compelled to unload your undesirables on your neighbors and, more importantly, perhaps you could actually succeed in making your cesspool of a country livable enough that its citizens wouldn’t rather face death in the desert than spend another day there?

saying “Mexico does not end at its borders.”

Care to repeat that in front of a Marine Division, lawnmower boy? Care to repeat it in front of me? I may not be able to show you where Mexico ends, but I sure as Hell can show you where you end in a hurry.

The criticism earned Calderon a standing ovation during his first state-of-the nation address.

“We strongly protest the unilateral measures taken by the U.S. Congress and government that have only persecuted and exacerbated the mistreatment of Mexican undocumented workers,” he said.

“We strongly protest U.S. Congress unilaterally enforcing the laws that they are elected and sworn to uphold, particularly when their actions hurt criminals.”

Shut up, pendejo, just do yourself a favor and shut up before I jam a C4-filled tortilla down your cake hole and light the cord.

“The insensitivity toward those who support the U.S. economy and society has only served as an impetus to reinforce the battle … for their rights.”

They have the right to pack up and leave the country that they illegally entered. That’s it. Period. End. Stop. And if they do so nicely and orderly, there are quite a few of us who’d be more than happy to donate large amounts of weapons and ammunition to them as they leave. They might have some unfinished business with the corrupt kleptocrats in Mexico City that convinced them to leave, and watching you thieving fuckheads dangling from lamp posts while cheering Mexican children use your bodies for piñatas (our thanks to the Imperial Firearms Advisor for that most excellent piece of mental imagery) would be well worth the money, if you ask us.

You think we wouldn’t, Felipe? Well, you and your government are openly inciting insurrection and lawlessness, not to mention overtly supporting the lawbreakers themselves, in my country, so explain to me again why turnabout wouldn’t be fair play? Difference is, of course, if every single patriotic, gun-owning American sick and tired of you asses South of the Border and your lawless behavior were to donate a rifle and a battlepack of ammo to a Mexican expatriate returning to settle old scores, you’d be having one heck of a problem on your hands, you moronic little beaner gnome.

Yep. I could definitely afford to part with an AK and a few thousand rounds of 7.62×39 for a good cause. As a matter of fact, I think I’ll make that my Labor Day donation to government reform in Mexico this Tuesday.

But wait, there’s MORE: The Mexican returning to Mexico under the new Imperial Repatriation Program™ who manages to get the big trophy, capping YOU, Felipe, right between your beady little piggy eyes, gets a full sponsorship from me in case he wants to re-enter the United States legally.

Fair enough? What? Suddenly this meddling in other countries’ affairs isn’t near as much fun anymore, Felipe?

Gee. I wish I could give a damn.

Asshole. Now die, maggot. Die painfully.

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More bad news from the Reconquista Front. I’ve been following this case pretty closely and as expected, once again a black-robed tyrant runs roughshod over the 10th Amendment.

US judge rules town’s anti-immigrant laws unconstitutional

A US federal judge on Thursday ruled that a small town’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigrants were unconstitutional, in a blow to similar laws adopted across much of the United States.

Judge James Munley ruled that Hazleton, a town of some 30,000 people in rural Pennsylvania, did not have the right to enact a law punishing businesses for employing illegal immigrants or landlords for renting them property.

How dare the City government lift so much as a finger to save itself from an invasion of de-facto felons.

The Illegal Immigration Relief Act was adopted last year, but has been in limbo ever since due to legal challenges posed by civil rights activists.

“Federal law prohibits Hazleton from enforcing any of the provisions of its ordinances,” Munley wrote in his 206-page decision.

206 pages of legalese justifying that which can’t possibly be justified except by judicial fiat. I’m sure his copying machine took at least an hour to reproduce La Raza’s amicus curiea briefing for the subversion and shredding of the constitution.

“Hazleton, in its zeal to control the presence of a group deemed undesirable, violated the rights of such people, as well as others within the community,” he added.

“Even if federal law did not conflict with Hazleton’s measures, the city could not enact an ordinance that violates rights the constitution guarantees to every person in the United States, whether legal resident or not.”

Obviously Judge AssMunchley also took the Gitmo Seminar™ for conferring constitutional rights on illegal aliens. Those zealous, xenophobic gringos can’t be allowed to control criminals and miscreants, doing the jobs that no American will do.

Since 2000, Hazleton’s population has swelled from 23,000 to an estimated 30-33,000, fed largely by an influx of Latino families, many from the New York and New Jersey areas, seeking affordable housing and better paid jobs.

Hazleton’s Republican mayor Louis Barletta reportedly accused illegal immigrants of “destroying the city,” and said he wanted Hazleton to be “one the most difficult places in America for illegal immigrants.”

For the math-deficient libtards out there, this small city has experienced a roughly 33% increase in population, with an explosion in crime and devastating increases in cost of services. Mayor Barletta spoke before a Senate Judiciary Hearing last year very eloquently on the situation in his city: Hazelton Mayor Barletta speaks at Senate Judiciary hearing on immigration reform. A number of other municipalities throughout the country have been watching this case as it proceeded, considering similar laws. Who was behind the push to overturn the city fathers acting rationally to save their community? Of course, the Pennsylvania Ass Crack Lickers Union. The usual suspects, as always.

But Munley said Barletta had overstepped his authority.

“Whatever frustrations officials of the city of Hazleton may feel about the current state of federal immigration enforcement, the nature of the political system in the United States prohibits the city from enacting ordinances that disrupt a carefully drawn federal statutory scheme.”

Ever since Hazleton passed its law last year, dozens of towns across the United States have sought to introduce similar legislation. It was unclear immediately how Thursday’s ruling would affect other laws.

How dare Hazelton begin disrupting the carefully drawn federal scheme to open our borders and wallets to anyone strolling across a non-existent fence. The real question is: Would Judge Manley let that ‘constitutionally protected’ group of felons live in his basement or garage?

The Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform immediately welcomed the ruling as a victory for the rule of law, fairness and equality.

“This ruling sends a clear message that the Hazleton ordinance, and other similar anti-immigrant laws around the country, are unconstitutional and will not be allowed to stand,” the group’s campaign manager Clarissa Martinez said.

Where’s the fairness for the citizen-taxpayers of Hazelton already murdered by the invading hordes? The ruling makes a mockery of the Rule of Law and the Constitution.

Judge James Martin Manley supporting illegals everywhere, I’m sure he’ll have a place of honor in the Reconquista Hall of Fame. Appointed to his dictatorial position by *drum roll* William *where’s da wimmin* Jefferson Clintoon. Surprised? I didn’t think so. The gift, like herpes, that keeps on giving.

That “RESET” button is looking better all the time, isn’t it?

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I wrote this for my radio talk-show Tuesday Truth this week and thought it worthwhile to publish here: The illegal immigration issue has taken on a life of it’s own. In spite of massive public opinion against Zhamnesty 2008, that even congress is admitting they are getting swamped with constituency feed back, overwhelmingly AGAINST all proposals and iterations of what they started with.

There can be no fifty-fifty Americanism in this country. There is room here for only 100% Americanism, only for those who are Americans and nothing else.

-Theodore Roosevelt

Immigration-

We’ve been watching the Bush administration and congress the last few months going all out to enact legislation addressing the issue of illegal immigration. The last few years have brought out an increasingly shrill and ‘in your face’ push from various groups purportedly trying to address the issue with lies, distortions and bullying. The president has even alluded that opponents of the legislative efforts are racists and bigots. Endless opinion polls, patently biased, are widely published as representative of the average citizen’s views. Rarely do they coincide with the good commons sense of most people outside the beltway and the special interest groups. Let there be no mistake about it, this bill, regardless of flowery words, fully intends to give amnesty, citizenship, voting rights and full access to government (that would be from your wallet of course) benefits to individuals that are de-facto felons. The existing immigration laws make it a felony for illegally entering the country. The very presence of the illegal alien in the US, make them criminals. Regardless, we see protest marches, civil disobedience and even schools encouraging students to cut classes to attend these events. Do we see protest marches by other criminals proudly proclaiming their crimes? Have we seen burglars and robbers marching in the streets, demanding the ‘right’ to continue committing crimes and pardons for crimes already committed?

What gives?, why does the president and congress seem hell-bent on getting amnesty for what may nearly be 20 million criminals? This is an issue that both political parties have a stake in. The democrats see a large group of new potential voters that fit their agenda of ever-growing social welfare programs and expanding government. The illegal immigrant issue is a gold-mine for pandering with socialists programs and demagogue stances by race being played by DC at every turn and that’s coming from both sides of the Taco Aisle (or should I say Isle?) . They foresee generations of guaranteed votes, unlike former European and Asian immigrants, those of Hispanic ancestry seem determined to resist assimilation. This is the group that ‘demands’ a bilingual society and culture and ‘rights’ of access to every nickel of the federal largess.

Teddy Roosevelt said it bluntly:

Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country.

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Here’s yet another small child who would still be alive if it weren’t for an undocumented worker ILLEGAL ALIEN (we’ll repeat that for you denser-than-dirt LiberIdiots out there) ILLEGAL ALIEN being on our side of the border, ILLEGALLY, instead of rotting away in the festering shithole on HIS side of border.

We’ll post the entire article below the fold for you to see, since it’ll probably be pay-per-view shortly. You’ll notice, as you read through it, that the drunken ILLEGAL ALIEN asshole’s status as an ILLEGAL ALIEN isn’t even mentioned, except almost as an afterthought near the end of the article. (And you just know it just about killed the poor author to have to include that little Inconvenient Truth™.)

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My sole XX chromosomal off-spring and perpetual lurker LC Serena, nails an argumentative essay on the illegal immigration issue over at Cigar Intelligence Agency-”Greetings, From The Arizonian Abyss”.

:thumbup_tb:

Considering I haven’t heard from her in a few weeks, I suppose it’s a possible indication that she’s still moving OhTwo about.

Definitely worth a read, but pee and grab something cold first.

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Once again, Victimhood Inc.™ reacts to someone stripping away the layers of bullshit PC-ism and exposing the ugly truth in typical fashion.

The article comes out of the starting gate, stumbles and falls flat on its face in by-line.

An e-mail implying that illegal immigrants drain tax dollars circulated its way through the Florida Legislature,…

First off, it didn’t “imply” anything. It stated an obvious, well-established fact.

…and discussion quickly turned to the national debate on anti-immigration policy.

That’s “anti-ILLEGAL immigration”, you festering boils on the nutsac of humanity. “Reading comprehension” never has been one of your strong suits, has it?

What part of the following “offensive” e-mail blurb is too difficult for you to understand?

The e-mail, forwarded by Rep. Donald Brown from his state-issued account, had a clip-art cartoon and read: “Reminder: April 15th. Don’t forget to pay your taxes . . . 12 million illegal aliens are depending on you!

Pretty straight up and accurate.
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If those MSM “interviews” with Hugo the National Socialist Chavez get any more “intimate”, they’ll have to limit them to late night cable TV.

Baba Wawa invites Hugo to propagandize on U.S. national TV.

At least that’s what it sounded like.

Her voice gets a bit muffled at the point where his zipper gets caught between her teeth.

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Link thanks to The Empress:

GUATEMALA CITY - Mayan priests will purify a sacred archaeological site to eliminate “bad spirits” after President Bush visits next week, an official with close ties to the group said Thursday.

[Juan] Tiney said the “spirit guides of the Mayan community” decided it would be necessary to cleanse the sacred site of “bad spirits” after Bush’s visit so that their ancestors could rest in peace.

Considering that the activities on said “sacred site” in the past would include live human sacrifices, skinning of victims, cannibalism and other favorite Mayan religious activities, we have to agree that the sites are long overdue for a cleansing.

Personally, we’d say that a full voiding of the Most Holy Imperial Bladder and Bowels on site would do nicely. For starters.

We’d be willing to throw in a nice load of vomit as well, free of charge. All we’d have to do would be to think of the Mayans’ “sacred” rituals.

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Sir Christopher informs us that Tortillastan is upset about US violating THEIR territory. OK, you may stop laughing now.

Mexico’s Congress has condemned what it says is a border violation by US workers building a controversial barrier between the two countries.

Legislators say workers and equipment building a section of the barrier have gone 10 metres (yards) into Mexico.

After which they promptly left again, which is a damn sight more than can be said about the thousands of YOUR criminals who cross our borders every single day. Cry us a river, Gonzales.

In a statement, the US Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza said: “The US is sensitive to Mexican concerns… [and] has the deepest respect for the integrity of the sovereignty of Mexican soil”.

Speak for yourself, dipstick. His Majesty, being a firm believer in reciprocity, has the exact same level of respect for the integrity and sovereignty of Mexican soil as they have for ours. It’s a two-way street, you know.

Many Mexicans see the fence as offensive and say it will be ineffective and potentially cause more deaths in border crossings.

We certainly hope so.

And what’s with the “more deaths in border crossings?” We have numerous legitimate border crossing points and, as far as we know, not a single soul has ever died trying to cross there. Maybe if the Mexican government would start distributing cartoons instructing their citizens on how to LEGALLY cross our borders instead, not quite as many people would die trying to BREAK IN?

Just a thought.

Now shut up, you burro-riding morons. There’s work to do. This damn lawn won’t mow itself, you know.

(Oh, and please note: When armed Mexican gangs using military tactics INVADE the U.S. and force the National Guard to withdraw, not as much as a peep issues forth from 1600 Penn Ave. But when our construction workers as much as set foot, temporarily, on Mexican fly-infested dirt, our diplomats have spooge dribbling from their chins six minutes later. Thanks, Jorge, thanks a whole fucking lot).

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