In a plain brown wrapper

This is a site to point out the idiocy of being an illegal.. standing, marching, "protesting" in the streets of America about not having any Constitutional Rights. Hey stupid!! You're not a citizen. Duh! The Constitution is for Americans. Who is it that is organizing these people? Who is it that is supporting this Sombrero from Outer Space Alien Invasion? Let's throw out the illegals. Let's fine and or jail those who hire them and take away jobs from Americans. Let's build the Fence! Now!!!

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Let us gather our back packs and tools Let us hone our intelligence and skills Let us not be the useful idiot fools That as they lay in their beds are killed Let us rise up with the sun Let us stalk the night with the moon Let us our good works get done For soon we will be singing the Swords bloody tune Neils 4:53 am 06/15/2011

Thursday, August 28, 2008

My Suggestion is

My suggestion is we find somebody that was rounded up in that raid
and see if he is willing to testify against the ice agents....

We then put them all in Jail.

No .................................really!!!


And if those rounded up are carrying guns, or drugs, or false id's....
That's all dismissable.

Of course that person or persons (read citizens of the world)
will get a free visa till we can get those bastard ice agents sentenced
to at least 10 years in prison where theybelong!


Oh yeah and..........
if they get caught smuggling anything else, including their relatives
across the borderwhile they are waiting to testify against those horrible ice agents,
that will be set aside and never brought forth so the jury can understand
the veracity and integrityof those testifying against the ice agents.

We do have an agenda to fufill here, folks.

What say ALL?

9:28 am
transcribed this time
10:34 pm

LAUREL, Miss. (AP) - Federal officials say nearly 600 suspected illegal immigrants were detained in a raid on a manufacturing plant in southern Mississippi, making it the largest such sweep in the country.A spokeswoman says more than 100 of those caught up in Monday's raid on Howard Industries were released based on humanitarian concerns, mostly because they have children.Most of the rest were transferred to a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Jena, La. Nine 17-year-olds were transferred to the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement.The Mississippi raid was one of a series of recent high-profile crackdowns on illegal immigrants. In May, officials swept into the Agriprocessors kosher meatpacking plant in Iowa and detained 400 workers.



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