We are being invaded by a foreign country
20+ million ILLEGAL aliens are in the United States of America.
Right now in the United States of America, ILLEGAL aliens have more rights than you do!


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"There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile...We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language...and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people." --Theodore Roosevelt

"This nation is in danger of becoming a Third World nightmare with all the corruption, disease, illiteracy, violence and balkanization known all over the world. We need a 10-year moratorium on all immigration to catch our collective breath and we need deportation of over 10 million illegal aliens in a slow and orderly fashion." --Ed Garrison

“The 1987 amnesty was a failure; rather than reducing illegal immigration, it led to an increase,” FAIR stated. “Any new amnesty measure will further weaken respect for our immigration laws. Therefore, all amnesty measures must be defeated.” --Frosty Wooldridge

This is your nation and this is your time to take action.

President barry shits on the United States.

This is a picture of YOUR American president, (president barry soetoro, a.k.a barack obama) refusing to acknowledge the National Anthem of the United States of America. This picture clearly shows barry with his hands crossed across his vaginal area when the United States Anthem was playing.

barry has NO RESPECT for you, me, or America! Not only did he disrespect America, he just shit on the graves of every American Soldier that has died for this country.

6/15/2010 - PRESIDENT BARRY CAN'T EVEN KEEP A U.S. PARK OPEN!!! He gave the park to mexico & the illegal alien mexican drug cartel!!!

7/6/2010 - American President barry soetoro sues AMERICA!!!

9/11/2010 - YOUR president just gave mexico $1 billion dollars for deepwater oil drilling despite his own moratorium on U.S. deepwater drilling!? More proof that barry hates America!


1. the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to harm or kill its sovereign. 2. A violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state. 3. the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery.


1. a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust. 2. a person who commits treason by betraying his or her country.

Pslam 109:8

May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.

barry say's, "our borders are safe."


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What's in their backpacks? Are any of them sick with a contagious disease?

United States Code, Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII, §1325 - "Improper Entry by Alien," any citizen of any country other than the United States who: 1) Enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers; or 2) Eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers; or 3) Attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact; has committed a federal crime.

Violations are punishable by criminal fines and imprisonment for up to six months. Repeat offenses can bring up to two years in prison. Additional civil fines may be imposed at the discretion of immigration judges, but civil fines do not negate the criminal sanctions or nature of the offense.




Illegal Alien

1. a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country unlawfully or without the country's authorization. 2. a foreigner who enters the U.S. without an entry or immigrant visa, esp. a person who crosses the border by avoiding inspection or who overstays the period of time allowed as a visitor, tourist, or businessperson.


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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Illegal aliens murder 12 Americans daily

WASHINGTON – While the military "quagmire" in Iraq was said to tip the scales of power in the U.S. midterm elections, most Americans have no idea more of their fellow citizens – men, women and children – were murdered this year by illegal aliens than the combined death toll of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan since those military campaigns began.

Though no federal statistics are kept on murders or any other crimes committed by illegal aliens, a number of groups have produced estimates based on data collected from prisons, news reports and independent research.

Twelve Americans are murdered every day by illegal aliens, according to statistics released by Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa. If those numbers are correct, it translates to 4,380 Americans murdered annually by illegal aliens. That's 21,900 since Sept. 11, 2001.

Total U.S. troop deaths in Iraq as of last week were reported at 2,863. Total U.S. troop deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan during the five years of the Afghan campaign are currently at 289, according to the Department of Defense.

But the carnage wrought by illegal alien murderers represents only a fraction of the pool of blood spilled by American citizens as a result of an open border and un-enforced immigration laws.

While King reports 12 Americans are murdered daily by illegal aliens, he says 13 are killed by drunk illegal alien drivers – for another annual death toll of 4,745. That's 23,725 since Sept. 11, 2001.

While no one – in or out of government – tracks all U.S. accidents caused by illegal aliens, the statistical and anecdotal evidence suggests many of last year's 42,636 road deaths involved illegal aliens.

A report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Study found 20 percent of fatal accidents involve at least one driver who lacks a valid license. In California, another study showed that those who have never held a valid license are about five times more likely to be involved in a fatal road accident than licensed drivers.

Statistically, that makes them an even greater danger on the road than drivers whose licenses have been suspended or revoked – and nearly as dangerous as drunk drivers.

King also reports eight American children are victims of sexual abuse by illegal aliens every day – a total of 2,920 annually.

Based on a one-year in-depth study, Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute of Atlanta estimates there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each. She analyzed 1,500 cases from January 1999 through April 2006 that included serial rapes, serial murders, sexual homicides and child molestation committed by illegal immigrants.

As the number of illegal aliens in the U.S. increases, so does the number of American victims.

According to Edwin Rubenstien, president of ESR Research Economic Consultants, in Indianapolis in 1980, federal and state correctional facilities held fewer than 9,000 criminal aliens. But at the end of 2003, approximately 267,000 illegal aliens were incarcerated in all U.S. jails and prisons.

While the federal government doesn't track illegal alien murders, illegal alien rapes or illegal alien drunk driving deaths, it has studied illegal aliens incarcerated in U.S. prisons.

In April 2005, the Government Accountability Office released a report on a study of 55,322 illegal aliens incarcerated in federal, state, and local facilities during 2003. It found the following:

  • The 55,322 illegal aliens studied represented a total of 459,614 arrests – some eight arrests per illegal alien;

  • Their arrests represented a total of about 700,000 criminal offenses – some 13 offenses per illegal alien;

  • 36 percent had been arrested at least five times before.

    "While the vast majority of illegal aliens are decent people who work hard and are only trying to make a better life for themselves and their families, (something you or I would probably do if we were in their place), it is also a fact that a disproportionately high percentage of illegal aliens are criminals and sexual predators," states Peter Wagner, author of a new report called "The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration." "That is part of the dark side of illegal immigration and when we allow the 'good' in we get the 'bad' along with them. The question is, how much 'bad' is acceptable and at what price?"

    Source - http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=39031
  • Sunday, November 26, 2006

    Illegal aliens steal identities to get jobs

    STOCKTON - Ruben, a roofer living in Stockton, knew using a Social Security number that didn't belong to him was against the law.

    He knew using it was a gamble that could get him deported to Mexico. And, if that happened, it could mean he might never be allowed to return.

    It was a risk he was willing to take two years ago, as he worked in the United States illegally under an alias.

    "Because they asked me for a Social Security number at work or they wouldn't pay me," said Ruben, speaking on the condition that his last name not be revealed. (Ruben is now a legal U.S. resident).

    When most people think of identity fraud, checkbooks and credit cards come to mind. But a Social Security number or a birth certificate are equally, if not more, valuable to someone not able to work legally in the United States.

    "They really have no alternative," said Fernanda Pereira, an immigration attorney with Meath & Pereira Attorneys & Counselors in Stockton.

    Ruben's past situation is not unique. There are an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. San Joaquin County is home to about 42,000 migrant workers, legal and illegal.

    Undocumented workers find identities in different ways. Some by drawing Social Security numbers out of the air.

    Some by borrowing identities from family members or friends. Some by buying forged documents on the streets or from coyotes - people smugglers.

    The identities they adopt sometimes are those of actual people; others are complete fabrications.

    Source - http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061126/A_BIZ/611260302

    Thursday, November 23, 2006

    Illegal Aliens and the English Language

    I live in a small town. Actually, it has city status. I live in Painesville, Ohio.

    Painesville is a small city, with about 15,000 households, situated within five square miles. It is about 35 miles east of Cleveland. Painesville is the county seat of Lake County. It's also home to numerous nurseries, and numerous Mexican migrant workers.

    Some of those in this Mexican population are here illegally. Now I think what that means is they crossed the Arizona desert in the back of Billy-Bob’s truck, rather than passing threw customs with a green card in hand. They do still use green cards don’t they? And we do still have something called customs, don’t we? With the new Homeland Security office and rules and regulations, I just can’t say what the proper procedure is. But I know it’s not proper to cross the border with Billy-Bob.

    Anyway, they are here. I’ve heard rumors that they; that would be those that don’t speak English, return to Mexico when the snow flies. I think maybe they just stay indoors. And I know many of those who came here from Mexico do speak English, and I’m not sure where those English-speaking Mexicans fit in my story. Do English-speaking Mexicans stay in Painesville during the winter, or do they go to Florida with the rest of the English speakers?

    Enough about the Mexicans. We can come back to them later. Painesville has a city manager-form of government. It also has a city council, and the city council hires the city manager. Residents of Painesville, on a good election day maybe as many as 40 percent, elect members to city council.

    A couple times each month, the city manager and council meet for open public sessions. Council is supposed to conduct its business of running the city during these open public meetings.

    In case you were wondering, the city manger is a white female, some council members are white, a couple council members are black, and a couple are old men, although I won’t list names.

    During these sessions members of the community are permitted to briefly address council, with whatever is on their minds. I think each speaker is limited to a two-minute session, but I’m not convinced anyone is holding a stopwatch.

    So that’s the background information you’ll need to understand the following story.

    I had my nose in a weekly community newspaper today and I was scanning it for something of interest when my eyes crossed a story about the Painesville City Council meeting held Monday. I’m guessing that would make it the meeting of August 21.
    At this meeting, a resident took her turn at the microphone to address city council.

    In a nutshell, the woman suggested city leaders make English the official language of Painesville.

    Many in attendance applauded. Then the woman went on to say something like people who don’t speak English don’t get interpreters, jobs, welfare, healthcare, or any benefits of any kind. Apparently, she was serious. I’m guessing she is referring to those Mexican-speaking Mexicans, because I don’t know of any other large population of non-English speaking people here in Painesville.

    The issue, as I see it, is two-sided; non-English speakers and illegal immigrants.

    The first category is simple. Non-English speaking people are people that don’t speak English. Then, there are people who don’t or can’t speak at all, in any language. You know, people who sign.

    I think it would be handy to have someone experienced in sign language employed in every public service facility. Take the police department for example. How do they question a suspect who can’t speak? And quite naturally, the person who can’t speak probably can’t hear either. Now what? What about the person who refuses to speak, but damn well can and everybody knows it. What then? How do the police detectives know the difference between someone who can’t speak, and someone who won’t speak?

    These are all questions begging for answers before we make English the official language. And speaking of English, what about American? American is to English like Mexican is to Spanish. So which is going to be the official language? I hope it’s not English. I vote for American.

    I’m not sure why people from Mexico and that is the population in question here in Painesville, would want to come to America when everybody knows all our good-paying jobs have gone to Mexico. Maybe they come because they want to live in the country that’s land of the free and home of the brave.

    In any case, they cross the border, most likely into Arizona, and then make their way up to Painesville, Ohio. I don’t know why - the weather sucks here. Uh, that’s American slang meaning not to your liking, don’t you know.

    If a person crosses the border into America without the proper papers, they’re here illegally. Please don’t ask me what proper papers are, or what they look like, because I don’t know. I don’t know who is in charge of keeping these papers straight, or who writes them. I don’t think I have papers. I have a driver’s license and a social security card. I also have a copy of my birth certificate somewhere. At least I think I still have it. I don’t recall right now where I put it. Are these things my papers?

    I’ve never seen these so-called papers. I don’t think I have a right to ask someone to see their papers, and I wouldn’t take kindly to someone asking to see mine. And I don’t know if people coming into America from Canada need these proper papers. Do we need proper papers to go to Canada? To Mexico? I don’t know. I rarely get out of Painesville.

    Some say the whole idea of controlling illegal immigrants is to ask for identification, or papers, when renting property, offering services at a hospital or welfare department, or giving employment. Illegal immigrants, some say, are taking jobs away from American citizens.

    I don’t know anyone who has lost their job to an immigrant, legal or illegal. I do know someone who lost her job when the company she worked for moved to Mexico.

    As for employment, I thought that was the law already: An employer must see proper photo identification. Of course there’s phony, counterfeit identification available to anyone, Mexican, American, or whomever. I suspect employers do the best they can with what they have to work with.

    As far as housing goes, I think there’s a law in place saying rental property must be made available, regardless of race, blah, blah, blah, and national origin. It doesn’t say anything about illegal immigrants. But, for the sake of argument, let’s pretend there was a law in place requiring property owners to rent to legal citizens only. That would require the property owner to check the citizenship, or papers, of every potential renter. That eliminates me -I don’t have any papers. All I have is a damn driver’s license. You should know what will come next. Some property owner in Painesville will only ask dark-skinned people for papers. White-skinned people won’t be asked. How do you spell law suit?

    I don’t know if food stamps or any other type of welfare is available to illegal immigrants. I’m sure help is available to non-English speaking legal residents, as it should be. Are there Mexican-speaking employees in Jobs and Family Services? I would think so, but if not, an English-speaking friend of the applicant should work just fine. As a last resort, a finger-point to an open mouth and then down to the holes in the shoes will probably get the message across.

    As for hospitals, and emergency rooms in particular, no one should ever be turned away.

    So there you have it - the dilemma is solved. Unless, of course, the reasoning behind the anti-illegal sentiment runs deeper.

    I was born in Oklahoma. My parents moved to Ohio when I was about 5 years old. That was a whole lot of years ago. I grew up in Berea, Ohio. I attended Berea High for one year, and then spent the summer in the mountains of Arizona at my grandpa’s ranch. That’s a whole other story. Getting back to my parents - when I went to Berea high, I accumulated something like 21 detentions. Do schools still use the detention system? At Berea High, a detention lasted just long enough for the last bus of the day to leave the parking lot. That was the whole point - to make you walk home. It didn’t take me long to learn what time the football team finished with practice, and that I could catch a ride with any one of the players if I dilly-dallied around and waited for the end of practice.

    One day after detention I caught a ride with Larry Adeboy. Now, that’s a phonetic spelling of his last name. I don’t have a clue how it was spelled. Anyway, Larry was Hawaiian, and he was nice enough to offer me a ride home. He pulled into the driveway, I got out of his car and walked into the house where Mom, God rest her soul, was waiting.

    She was furious. Not because I had another detention, but because I accepted a ride home from what she thought was a Mexican.

    The conversation, as I recall, went something like this:

    No Mom, he’s not Mexican, he’s from Hawaii.

    Are you sure? Yes, Mom, I’m sure. What difference does it make?

    You’re not allowed to accept a ride from a Mexican. And you better not ever date one, if you know what’s good for you, either. Why? What difference would that make?

    I don't like Mexicans. Why not Mom?

    Because when I worked in Arizona, you know at that meat-packing plant where I met your father, there were Mexican women there and they didn’t like me. They were always talking about me in Mexican and laughing at me because I didn’t understand.
    Mom, that’s crazy. How do you know they were talking about you if you didn’t understand what they were saying?

    I know they were! I just know and I don’t like them and you’re not allowed to date them. Okay. Can I date Hawaiians? Can I date blacks? How about Chinese?

    Don’t get smart Kathleen (Mom always called me that when she was mad at me.) You can date anyone you want, as long as they’re not Mexican. It seems Mom didn’t like Apaches either. Apaches, as in one of many, many American Indian tribes.

    The story goes, when she first met my father, she made him swear to God that he wasn’t an Apache. Apaches, she said, get ugly as they age. They get these dark blotches all over their faces, and they get fat, she said. It was okay if he was from some other tribe; as long as he wasn’t one of those soon-to-be ugly Apaches.

    I never asked Mom if it mattered if Apaches have papers. Do American Indians need papers if they leave the reservation? During the summer I spent at my Grandfather’s ranch in Arizona, he told me Indians were allowed to be served alcohol now. All the signs forbidding Indians from entering bars had to be taken down. Some people don’t know that. They don’t know that it wasn’t until the 1960s that an American Indian could legally be served whiskey in Arizona.

    When I was a teen, I don’t remember the issue of legal vs. illegal. It was a black-and white era. It was the 1960s. I wish I could ask Mom about papers and legals and illegals. I could ask her if being here legally could put someone on my date card. I suspect she’d say no. I can’t ask her anyway; she died. I suspect it wouldn’t matter if they had papers or not. I don’t remember the paper-issue coming into play when I was a teen. Did we always just assume someone was in this country legally, or did we assume they were here illegally? Did it matter? These things I just don’t remember.

    What I do remember is, from a distance of about 20 feet, Mom couldn’t tell the difference between a Hawaiian and a Mexican. This brief glimpse into my childhood brings me around to the points I want to make.

    Never walk home from detention. There’s an easier way if you hold out for the Hawaiian.

    If at all possible, speak English when you make fun of people.

    We’ve all come here from someplace else. Some of us speak English, some of us don’t.

    Don’t marry an Apache. If you’re Apache, lie about it. Know one will know anyway.

    Don’t demand to see someone’s papers. No one’s going to know what you’re talking about.

    This is America - land of the free and home of the brave. That’s all any of us should need to know.

    And one more thing - it’s now legal to serve whiskey to an Indian.


    Tennessee Bank Offering Home Loans To Illegal Aliens

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Real estate and mortgage companies say its profitable to them to offer services to immigrants in the country illegally.

    One bank, the Bank of Bartlett, started a mortgage program for people without Social Security numbers, which likely includes some illegal immigrants.

    Bank Chairman and CEO Bob Byrd says federal banking officials gave him the idea at a conference.

    Federal officials say they encourage banks to offer services to immigrants, but don't take a position on lending to those in the country illegally.

    Many immigrants are attractive borrowers because they have substantial savings from their jobs and pay a lot of cash up front.

    But Steve Camarota with the Center for Immigration Studies in

    Washington calls the process is still unethical.


    Friday, November 10, 2006

    Actress Adrienne Shelly was killed by an illegal alien

    Nov. 10, 2006 — Reading the stories about the murder of actress Adrienne Shelly in New York City this week, I kept thinking of a Frank O’Hara poem that begins, “Lana Turner has collapsed!” After that he spends about half of the poem’s 17 lines talking about the weather (snow, rain, possibly hail, “but hailing hits you hard on the head/ hard so it was really snowing and/ raining and I was in such a hurry …”) and the New York City traffic. Then, “suddenly I see a headline/ LANA TURNER HAS COLLAPSED!” And then, in one of the most amazing verbal downshifts I’ve ever seen, O’Hara slows his poem down from a pell-mell rush to a super-slo-mo crawl, writing “there is no snow in Hollywood/ there is no rain in California/ I have been to lots of parties/ and acted perfectly disgraceful/ but I never actually collapsed/ oh Lana Turner we love you get up.”

    O’Hara’s poem is maybe the best try I’ve ever seen to capture the difference between life as we all know it and life in the tabloids, where celebrities seem to do all kinds of things, like collapsing, that most of us just never get the chance to try. Not that you’d want to—all those exclamation points following your every deed.

    Adrienne Shelly, 40, of course, suffered a terrible fate in no way commensurate with an actress’s collapse. Shelly was murdered by a 19-year-old construction worker with whom she argued about building noise in the apartment under her office in New York City. But I couldn’t help but immediately thinking of the O’Hara poem when I saw her face splashed across the front pages of two New York papers. SUICIDE ACTRESS—IT WAS MURDER read the Post headline, referring to the fact that the police revised their earlier verdict of suicide when the facts didn’t add up. The more people I talked to, the more I realized that most people didn’t have a clue as to who she was, much less how good she was. In a city where it seems like every other person is an “actor” or an “actress,” this actress’s death was written off by most people as just another cheesy tabloid tale. And the more I ran into this attitude, the more I thought about O’Hara. Adrienne Shelly’s death did not make news because she was talented or especially good at what she did. She got there because she was a show-business person with just enough glamour to make page one for a day.

    And that’s a tragedy, too, because she was so good at what she did. In two of her earliest films—the two I’m most familiar with—she lights up the screen like a bottle rocket. She was mighty pretty, in an unconventional way, and that didn’t hurt, of course, but there was something about her that just made you want to watch her any time she was on screen. Both the movies I’m thinking of were made by Hal Hartley, whose indie films are as idiosyncratically recognizable as a set of fingerprints. “The Unbelievable Truth” (1989) and “Trust” (1990) are both set on Long Island—the unposh part—and both are characterized by Hartley’s trademark staccato dialogue where characters speak in complete sentences and always say exactly what they mean and still get misunderstood. In “The Unbelievable Truth,” Shelly played Audry, a high-school senior who stands up to her bully of a father, her dope of a boyfriend and then falls for an ex-con who only she can see is a truly good man. It’s a part, with scripted lines—the character of Audry is Hartley’s invention. And yet, the minute Shelly appears on screen, you forget you’re watching an actress. She inhabits the part so completely that all you know is, this is the ultimate high-school girlfriend, and someone you couldn’t live up to in a hundred years.

    Then she turned around and did “Trust” for Hartley and there she really shows you what she was capable of. Still a high-school girl on Long Island, still rebellious. But where Audry was brainy and quirky, Maria is—at least at the outset—just another big-haired, pregnant teenager with a fast mouth and a lot of attitude. So much attitude that when she gets in a shouting match with her dad and winds it up by slapping his face, he drops dead of a heart attack. It’s no small tribute to Shelly to point out that you totally believe she’s capable of this while you’re watching the movie.

    I went back while I was writing this and watched some of “Trust” again. In an interview, Hartley once explained that he made the movie on the spur of the moment because he wanted to work with Shelly again immediately after making “The Unbelievable Truth,” so he had very little money and very little time. The movie was shot in 11 days. The reason he could do that, he said, was because so much of the direction was implied in the dialogue. The dialogue pretty much told the actors what to do. That’s true. It’s a talky movie, like all Hartley movies. But what’s interesting about Shelly’s performance are the moments where she’s not talking, where she’s just listening to another character, or thinking by herself. Emotion travels over her face like clouds blown across a windy sky. The whole movie seems like it takes place on her face. The miracle is that while you’re watching this happen, you never once stop to think, what an actress. It’s just a girl in trouble on Long Island. When she was acting, Adrienne Shelly could make you forget all about Adrienne Shelly.

    She made lots of other movies, and at the time of her death she had her sixth directorial effort (“Waitress”) almost ready for theaters. She was a person of substance, in other words, an actress for whom quotations around that word were wholly unnecessary. But for me, she was who she was because of two movies, “Trust” and “The Unbelievable Truth.” And there she will live forever.

    Source - http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15658083/site/newsweek/