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Arizona’s Immigration Law: Lies, Ignorance, and Stupidity

Yeah, yeah! I know it’s been a while since I’ve been posting. That’s just because I have not been inspired to. But lately, I have been itching to come back. With all the hype of the new Arizona Immigration law, we have been hearing the same old race card bullshit that supporters of illegal immigration spout out when they have no real argument. — With politicians fishing for the Hispanic vote (I’m legally a Mexican National), they have gone out crying that the law calls for (or allows) racial profiling. But when they they are actually asked they actually read the law, they admit that they haven’t.

Eric Holder, for example, condemned the Arizona law and then admitted “I have not had a chance to — I’ve glanced at it.” (Link: Fox News). — More recently, when Janet Nepolitano attacked the Arizona law, she then was asked by John McCain if she had read the law, she said, “I have not reviewed it in detail. I certainly know of it . . . That’s not the kind of law I would have signed.” (From Fox News) — Lovely, Nepolitano hasn’t read the law, but she just knows she would never have signed it. They’ve just either “glanced” at it or “know of it.” — Sad! Just when does “glancing” or “knowing of something” indicate any real knowledge? It doesn’t!

— It doesn’t stop here. Nepolitano continues to put her foot in her mouth by saying, “I believe it mandates and requires local law enforcement or puts them into a position many do not want to be placed in.” — Uh, Janet, I have a question for you: If you haven’t read it, then how can you Goddamn “think” anything about it? You and the other stooges in Obama’s administration have just admitted that you have not read it, and therefore you have no valid opinion on it. So what place do you have to criticize it?

Well, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that people are calling out racism. But considering that the race card is so old and abused, I almost never take it seriously anymore. — But anyone who has read the law will know that racial descrimination is prohibited by the law SB 1070.

— Don’t believe me? Then, actually take the trouble to read the law! — Or if you are too lazy to read the whole law, here’s a summary. Also there are many unfounded fears that this law may indanger legal immigrants. What is usually not mentioned is that this law takes stepts to protect legal immigrants.

The ignorance and misinformation about the Arizona law is incredible. And considering how much Illegal Immigrants cost the Arizona tax payers, which amounts to $2.7 billion a year after the tax payments of illegals are accounted for, can the Arizonans be blamed for wanting some law enforcement? (Linked source). — No, wait! I guess the Arizonans should be forced to pay for people who don’t have the right to be in their state! Those selfish racist bastards!

I guess the supporters of illegal actuvity would want to talk about the “economic benefits” of having illegitimate labor? That will not work for me because I have already dealt with those claims. For more information, see The Economic Contribution of Illegal Immigration.”

As tough and rude as it may seem for me to say this, the claims of descrimination, racism, and Nazism made against the Arizona law are a wrong, pathetic, and are downright stupid and retarded! Those making the accusations are at best ignorant, and at wose they are lying.

— Just my two cents.

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Poll: Support fot Democrats falls while Republicans move ahead
March 18, 2009, 8:42 pm
Filed under: Democrats, Economy, McCain, Media Bias, Obama

From Rasmussen Reports,

Support for the Democratic Congressional candidates fell to a new low over the past week, allowing the GOP to move slightly head for the first time in recent years in the Generic Congressional Ballot.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 41% said they would vote for their district’s Republican candidate while 39% would choose the Democrat.

Investors now favor Republicans by a 46% to 36% margin, while non-investors would vote Democratic by a 45% to 33% margin.

Democrats began the year holding a six or seven point lead over the GOP for the first several weeks of 2009. Over the past month, the gap has been smaller, with Democrats holding a two-to-four point lead. It remains to be seen whether the current results reflect lasting change or statistical noise.

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Could this be the beginning of the Republican come-back? — Perhaps. Now, I’ll be surprised if the liberal media reports on this.



Obama thanks himself in a Teleprompt Blunder
March 18, 2009, 6:47 pm
Filed under: Democrats, Media Bias, Obama

From Sky News,

Obama and the Irish PM share the joke during their joint address

Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen was just a few paragraphs into an address in Washington when he realised it all sounded a bit too familiar.

It was. He was repeating the speech President Barack Obama had just read from the same teleprompter.

Mr Cowen stopped, turned to the president and said: “That’s your speech.”

A laughing Mr Obama returned to the podium to take over but it seems the script had finally been switched and the US president ended up thanking himself for inviting everyone to the party.

Mr Obama is an accomplished orator but is becoming known in America as the “teleprompt president” over his reliance on the machine when he gives a speech.

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Yet more proof that Obama is not genuine. The guy doesn’t know what to say without his teleprompter, and aparently he doesn’t even listen to himself when he speaks if he ends up thanking himself. 😛



Obama Received $101,332 from Currupt AIG
March 18, 2009, 2:57 pm
Filed under: Economy, Ethics, Media Bias, Obama

From Examiner.com,

Senator Barack Obama received a $101,332 bonus from American International Group in the form of political contributions according to Opensecrets.org. The two biggest Congressional recipients of bonuses from the A.I.G. are – Senators Chris Dodd and Senator Barack Obama

The A.I.G. Financial Products affiliate of A.I.G. gave out $136,928, the most of any AIG affiliate, in the 2008 cycle.  I would note that A.I.G.’s financial products division is the unit that wrote trillions of dollars’ worth of credit-default swaps and “misjudged” the risk.

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So Obama is just as currupt as any other politician. — That, ladies and gentlemen, is change we can believe in.



Poll: Most Democrats wanted Bush to fail
March 10, 2009, 12:20 am
Filed under: Iraq War, Media Bias, Obama | Tags: , , , , ,

Not so surprising, a  Fox News poll that goes over public  from 2006 shows that a majority of Democrats wanted Ex-President George W. Bush to fail despite the fact that we were at war in Iraq and Afghanistan,

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This is nothing new. We already knew that Bush-haters wanted him to fail, no matter what to cost to America. — Most interestingly, this comes while many Democrats and the anti-Bush crowd are still complaining about Rush Limbaugh’s bold statement that he wants President Obama to fail. — I guess it’s okay for them to hope Bush fails, but that it is treason to wish for Obama’s failure in the attempt to establish a big government nanny-state.

Well I guess that as long as it is the all compassionate messiah Obama . . .



Zogby Poll: Obama supporters are uninformed!
November 18, 2008, 8:04 pm
Filed under: Democrats, McCain, Media Bias, Obama, Republicans, Sarah Palin | Tags: , , , , ,

Zogby has just released a poll that shows that Obama supporters are uninformed,

Just 2% of voters who supported Barack Obama on Election Day obtained perfect or near-perfect scores on a post election test which gauged their knowledge of statements and scandals associated with the presidential tickets during the campaign, a new Zogby International telephone poll shows.

Only 54% of Obama voters were able to answer at least half or more of the questions correctly.

The 12-question, multiple-choice survey found questions regarding statements linked to Republican presidential candidate John McCain and his vice-presidential running-mate Sarah Palin were far more likely to be answered correctly by Obama voters than questions about statements associated with Obama and Vice-President–Elect Joe Biden. The telephone survey of 512 Obama voters nationwide was conducted Nov. 13-15, 2008, and carries a margin of error of +/- 4.4 percentage points. The survey was commissioned by John Ziegler, author of The Death of Free Speech, producer of the recently released film “Blocking the Path to 9/11” and producer of the upcoming documentary film, Media Malpractice…How Obama Got Elected.

“After I interviewed Obama voters on Election Day for my documentary, I had a pretty low opinion of what most of them had picked up from the media coverage of the campaign, but this poll really proves beyond any doubt the stunning level of malpractice on the part of the media in not educating the Obama portion of the voting populace,” said Ziegler. . . .

Obama voters did not fare nearly as well overall when asked to answer questions about statements or stories associated with Obama or Biden — 83% failed to correctly answer that Obama had won his first election by getting all of his opponents removed from the ballot, and 88% did not correctly associate Obama with his statement that his energy policies would likely bankrupt the coal industry. Most (56%) were also not able to correctly answer that Obama started his political career at the home of two former members of the Weather Underground.

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Earlier the poll mentioned that Obama supporters were able to answer to the derogatory statement of Palin saying she could see Russia from Alaska. But apparently they don’t know shit about the history of the man they elected. . . . My god!! I am so glad I did’t vote for Obama. Like hell I’d want to be like these guys.

Nearly three quarters (72%) of Obama voters did not correctly identify Biden as the candidate who had to quit a previous campaign for President because he was found to have plagiarized a speech, and nearly half (47%) did not know that Biden was the one who predicted Obama would be tested by a generated international crisis during his first six months as President.

No surprise here. Moving on,

In addition to questions regarding statements and scandals associated with the campaigns, the 12-question, multiple-choice survey also included a question asking which political party controlled both houses of Congress leading up to the election — 57% of Obama voters were unable to correctly answer that Democrats controlled both the House and the Senate.

What? WHAT?! — They couldn’t even answer that? So these people were voting for “change” without knowing that the ones promissing “change” were already in the majority in power? Geez!!!

If you are one of these uninformed jack asses that match this profile that voted for Obama then please do America two favors: 1) Never vote, and 2) Please do not reproduce!



Obama Win Causes Obsessed Backers To See How Empty Lives Are
November 10, 2008, 12:09 am
Filed under: Democrats, McCain, Media Bias, Obama, Republicans, Sarah Palin | Tags: , ,

It’s just a joke, but I liked it 😛