Cold Fury

Harshing your mellow since 9/01

Gathering steam

Yep, Fred’s my guy alright:

I think its time for a little plain talk to the leaders of Mexico. Something like:

Hey guys, you’re our friends and neighbors and we love you but it’s time you had a little dose of reality. A sovereign nation loses that status if it cannot secure its own borders and we are going to do whatever is necessary to do so, although our policies won’t be as harsh as yours are along your southern border. And criticizing the U.S. for alternately doing too much and too little to stop your illegal activities is not going to set too well with Americans of good will who are trying to figure a way out of the mess that your and our open borders policy has already created.

My friends, it’s also time for a little introspection. Since we all agree that improving Mexico’s economy will help with the illegal-immigration problem, you might want to consider your own left-of-center policies. For example, nationalized industries are not known for enhancing economic growth. Just a thought. But here’s something even more to the point that you might want to think about: What does it say about the leadership of a country when that country’s economy and politics are dependent upon the exportation of its own citizens?

Sure kicks the crap out of that “I’ll work hard to please my Mexican constituents” bushwa RINO George was inanely spouting from south of the “border” last week.

Run, Fred. Run.

Update! John Fund speaks with the man behind the movement. He’s the Juggernaut, bitch!


Who are you, and what have you done with our President?

RINO George: he’s everybody’s President!

“My pledge to you and your government, but more important to the people of Mexico, is I’ll work as hard as I possibly can to pass comprehensive immigration reform,” Bush said during a sun-splashed arrival ceremony that opened two days of meetings with Mexican President Felipe Calderon in this Yucatan Peninsula tourist haven.

Enough is enough. Impeach the bastard.

“We fully respect the right that the government and the people of the United States has to decide within its territory what will be best for their concerns and security,” (Calderon) said as he welcomed Bush. “But at the same time we do consider in a respectful way that” migration can’t be stopped with a fence.

Well, we’ll certainly never know as long as RINO George is in office, now will we?


Rescuing our enemies from their own folly — AGAIN


The US government plans to transfer $86.4 million to the security forces of embattled Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in the coming days, senior Washington officials said on Friday.

What is it going to take to get RINO George to realize that these thugs are in no way our friends?

According to the officials, the funds will be earmarked to beef up the security around Abbas, and to fund the PA Chairman’s stated commitment to to dismantling the terrorist infrastructure within the Palestinian cities.

OHH, yeah. And I’m sure every last cent will be used exactly as they say it will; that the State Dept will be diligent about checking up on that; and that the Paleos will be rigorous in their accounting for it.

At this point, I’m thinking that what we really need to do is just postpone all activity in the War on Something or Other indefinitely, or at least until the next big hit on American soil — at which point maybe we can see to installing a leadership in this country that truly understands what it means to be AT WAR, and doesn’t have a problem risking being disliked because they publicly noticed who the enemy was, and in fact does not regard the terms “enemy” and “ally” as randomly interchangeable.

Exactly what is it you think you’re buying here anyway, George? Not even so much as a phony “peace”, certainly; even you can’t be that stupid:

Speaking to reporters outside his home in Shati refugee camp, (PA Prime Minister – ed) Haniyeh urged all Palestinian groups to halt the fighting and to use their weapons against Israel.

Against Israel — who, may I remind our Knot On A Log In Chief, is our only ally, and the only functioning democracy, in the entire region. And this money, American blood money, will surely help fund attacks against them.

But hey, maybe this time the Jew-hating liberals will finally decide you’re A-OK by them — right, George? Hey, maybe the NYT will at last say something nice about you. Maybe Congressional Dems will grudgingly give you points for your fairness and even-handedness to people who curse our very existence, and celebrate wildly every time large numbers of us are killed in the most grisly fashion imaginable.

Revolting, that’s what.

Update! And in a barely-peripherally-related installment of “Has the whole world gone nucking futs?!?”, Dan says:

If this was a diversion, as one scenario suggests, we can only hope that something even more dangerous wasn’t smuggled in. And if you need a better example of an alleged super power so hobbled by political correctness and weak political leadership that it can hardly protect itself, let alone wage a war – you may be waiting a long time for better than this.

Or, y’know, worse. Reach for the nitro tabs, bend over, grab your ankles, and read all about it. Anybody want to speculate on the possibility we’ll be hearing more about this one later…as part of some commission or inquiry or hearings or something like?

Didn’t think so.


How you do it

I’m not sure which is more amazing: that we appear to have forgotten the obvious lesson here, or the highly politically-incorrect choice of words acceptable back then:

Fifty-three years ago, when newly elected Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America’s southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.

President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.

Influential politicians, including Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D) of Texas and Sen. Pat McCarran (D) of Nevada, favored open borders, and were dead set against strong border enforcement, Brownell said. (Dems standing up for illegal immigrants and against American security; some things never change — ed)

Then on June 17, 1954, what was called “Operation Wetback” began. Because political resistance was lower in California and Arizona, the roundup of aliens began there. Some 750 agents swept northward through agricultural areas with a goal of 1,000 apprehensions a day. By the end of July, over 50,000 aliens were caught in the two states. Another 488,000, fearing arrest, had fled the country.

By September, 80,000 had been taken into custody in Texas, and an estimated 500,000 to 700,000 illegals had left the Lone Star State voluntarily.

Mr. Coppock says he “cannot understand why [President] Bush let [today’s] problem get away from him as it has. I guess it was his compassionate conservatism, and trying to please [Mexican President] Vincente Fox.”

There are now said to be 12 million to 20 million illegal aliens in the US. Of the Mexicans who live here, an estimated 85 percent are here illegally.

As per usual, the complexity of the problem has been misrepresented and thereby disproportionately exacerbated, by people with no real interest in truly solving it. Like, say, our current President.

(Via Lastango)


TCB, the American way

Why wait till we’re forced to “Press TWO for English…” anyway?

FARMERS BRANCH, Texas – This Dallas suburb could become the first city in Texas to adopt a sweeping ordinance intended to keep out illegal immigrants, a cause for concern among its large minority population.

More than 50 municipalities nationwide have considered, passed or rejected laws banning landlords from leasing to illegal immigrants, penalizing businesses that employ undocumented workers and making English the local official language.

But until now, that trend hasn’t been matched in the Lone Star State.

“This is the first town in Texas that had the guts to do what’s right,” Susie Hart, who grew up in Farmers Branch, said during a recent demonstration outside City Hall. “The education system is tanking, health care has gone through the roof, everybody is bilingual.”

Critics fear the spread of anti-illegal immigration rules will lead to sanctioned discrimination and racism.

“It’s basically saying those people are illegal in their very nature; it is all right to be against them because they are lawbreakers. Many people are assuming that all immigrants are lawbreakers, and that people who are different, who speak a different language, are to be shunned,” said Cesar Perales, president and general counsel of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund.

Nobody assumes that “all immigrants are lawbreakers,” or any of the rest of that stupid liberal cant. The only ones we “assume” are lawbreakers are the ones who, y’know, have BROKEN THE FUCKING LAW, you sneaky, disingenuous creep.

And with that, I’m inaugurating a new immigration-issue category: Press Two for English.

(Via Lastango)




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