posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:01 PM
Usually, I would say thank God I live in Texas. However, I can't in regards to immigration. As a white male in my late 20's, my voice doesn't
count for much anymore...in fact, my voice is generally deemed "racist" or "bigoted" when talking about illegal immigration problems (namely the
crime and the nonconformity aspects). I think there is nothing wrong with the statute initiated in Arizona. The drug war is literally on our back
porch and the cartels have put literal bounties on American law enforcement. I can't understand why the all-powerful federal government doesn't
view this as a potential threat. Instead, we ship our men and women across the globe to fight a war that we can't win (you can't kill an ideal).
It is my belief that Premier Obama and his comrades are afraid to put troops into action along the U.S./Mexican border for fear that American citizens
may be caught in the crossfire...which can't be happening now, right?
Are Americans Really Being Killed In Mexico?
I realize that the bleeding heart "but didn't your
relatives come over here illegally?" constituent is out there licking their collective
chops over this law. I would think it's safe to say that the ACLU, ADL, SPLC and other terroristic hate organizations of that ilk are filing suit
against the state. I just think feel that illegals don't deserve the same rights and privileges that we have. Not that it matters, the venerable
Premier will institute amnesty soon enough which would deify him among the 23 million or so illegal (Mexican and non-Mexican).
By the way, when did calling someone "Mexican" become hate-speech? If someone calls me American, I don't get whiny.