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April 30th 2006

Commies Want Illegals To Unite

One of the important organizers of tomorrow’s illegal immigrant gathering is ANSWER, currently America’s premier Communist organizer. Here’s what they’ve got to say about their little get-together:

It’s important at this critical moment to keep up the pressure and continue to focus on the streets and the mass action of the people and never allow the politicians to decide how much equality or how much inequality, or how much repression, should be meted out to the millions of hard working immigrant families.

So politicians aren’t to decide? Then who, exactly is to decide? Why, the demented Communist minority!

The politicians and their corporate backers would like to see this new mass movement end because they know it could be the spark that ignites a revived nation-wide anti-racist labor movement. Immigrant workers, including the undocumented workers, are the sisters and brothers and allies of all those struggling for justice.

Yes, indeed! Workers of the world unite … no, untie yourselves from these thrown-back whackos.

Now compare all that to how Sergio, a 27-year-old illegal day labor, explained to the OCRegister why he’d be working tomorrow:

I will work. I need to eat. This is not my country for protesting. The government is not mine. The government is yours. (not available on line)

That’s right; it’s ours. Now if we can just get our elected politicians to cut benefits to illegals, secure the border, and create an immigration policy that rewards those who follow a sound and reasonable legal immigration process.

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April 30th 2006

The Calm Before The Storm?


Isn’t it nice that the Meixican-American Political Association, which is rallying the illegals in Orange County, made its fliers in a nice, patriotic red, white and blue (with yellow fringe). Not a hint of Mexicano green.

That doesn’t stop them from lying on their “All Against the Wall” campaign:

All Against The Wall! Now it’s our turn to shout that because right now, the U.S. Senate is considering legislation that would build a muro (wall) along the Mexico-U.S. border. The plan would also grant local police officers the authority to act like Immigration Officers to arrest and deport people based solely on their appearance.

It’s bad enough in English, but imagine an illegal who isn’t likely to ever comprehend the actual language of the bill reading “deport people based solely upon their appearance.” So how many of the people demonstrating tomorrow will be demonstrating for the wrong reason?

Last night, a friend told me about how he hired some streetside illegals to move furniture out of a rental. After a crowd of them chased down his car and aggressively tried to jump in for the work, they were ready to pile out when he offered them $8 an hour — well over miniumum wage. And that was four years ago! What’s their “minimum” now?

The LATimes, interestingly enough, had no preview article to advise its readers what to expect. Strange. Are they afraid to hint that the illegals they defend may cause some real chaos tomorrow? By comparison, the OCRegister gives us OC residents a good run-down.

What do I expect? Trouble here and there. A serious effort to look like good “citizens.” And more debate. And more disappointment that our electeds can’t get this one right.

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April 29th 2006

Mexico’s New Drug Law

As most of you know, MexPrez Vincente Fox is expected to sign into law a new bill that decriminalizes, as the NYT reports, possession of up to “5 grams of marijuana, 5 grams of opium, 25 milligrams of heroin or 500 milligrams of cocaine.”

That’s not accurate. Other drugs, including Ecstasy, are also included in the decriminalization.

Scanning the blogosphere, it’s no surprise most blogs — liberal or dopehead in nature — think it’s a great idea. Well, most blogs are written by idiots.

My wife has made a film that chronicles what happened to four families because of the casual — not big time addictive, but “safe casual” — use of the drugs Ecstasy and Ketamine. In it, she tells the story of Erin, who now struggles painfully to get through life because of a severe brain injury caused by “safe casual” use of Ketamine, an anaesthetic used primarily by vets. (You can meet Erin at the link above; there’s a preview.)

The Ketamine Erin took was purchased in Mexico and brought back to California. It was easy for the boy who bought it to accomplish the trick, as you can see from this photo of a Mexican pharmacy. Now the trick will be done with heroin, opium, coke, various methamphetimine drugs and pot.

That’s very bad news for our kids.

And it’s bad news for our border police, who are already overwhelmed with the human illegals, and now will have to deal with the drug illegals, too.

More and more, Mexico is our neighbor, but not our friend. And you know what they say to do when you’ve got a bad neighbor: Put up a good fence.

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April 29th 2006

Is It Meximerica Or Americo?

Incredible Daughter #1, who created the stellar CS-M masthead artwork, was at it again last night, photo-commenting on the upcoming immigration demonstrations. You know, the demonstrations that want to accomplish this:

In the Internet forum that she pretty much lives on, there was a spirited discussion of the immigration debate — interesting, since it’s a BMW forum, not a political forum — and the translated Star Spangled Banner came up. A couple “trolls no one likes anyway” were for the translation, as was another because it would only rile up citizens and force a right solution.

Most were opposed, including one guy who said, “This is the United States of America, not Mexico II. The first one isn’t that great; we don’t need or want a sequel.” That inspired I.D. #1 to create this:

Now playing in the theaters of our minds everywhere.

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April 28th 2006

Victory in Nepal

That’s a pro-democracy Nepalese celebrating on the flag-bestrewn statue of a former king. What’s to celebrate? The Nepalese parliament reconvening first the first time in four years, after King Gyanendra backed down from dictatorial rule in the face of protests.

People of Iran, take note. There are peaceful ways to get rid of power-usurping, dangerous, unwanted leaders.

Much more at the Times of London.

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April 28th 2006

IAEA: Iran Enriched Uranium (Wow!)

I hesitate to call the IAEA watchdogs. More like lapdogs. Here’s all you’ll get from the IAEA site on the organization’s investigation of Iran’s nuke program:

IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei today released his report Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The report was prepared at the request of the United Nation´s Security Council. Its circulation is restricted, and unless the IAEA Board of Governors and Security Council decide otherwise, the Agency can not authorise its release to the public.

A really big thank you for that.

Here’s the BBC report:

Iran has ignored a UN Security Council call to suspend all nuclear fuel enrichment, a report by the head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog has concluded.

Mohamed ElBaradei’s report said that Tehran had done little to answer questions over its nuclear intentions.

The UN wants the research halted amid Western fears – denied by Iran – that Tehran might develop nuclear weapons.

Tell us what we don’t know. But perhaps I’m too hard. ElBaradei has a solution:

“After more than three years of agency efforts to seek clarity about all aspects of Iran’s nuclear programme, the existing gaps in knowledge continue to be a matter of concern,” his report said.

“Any progress in that regard requires full transparency and active co-operation by Iran.”

Sure, that’ll happen. Mah- I’m- in- the- moud- for- noncompliance Ahmadinejad (rhymes with “I’m the Twelfth Imam’s lad”) will only become transparent when the tissue falls off his bones.

Besides such revelations in the IAEA report as, quoting BBC here, “Iran’s claim to have enriched low-grade uranium appears true,” it mentions undeclared Iranian plutonium. Yikes.

Next up: The US, Britan, France, Germany, China and Russia will have a little chat about nuke totin’ mullahs on May 2, and Condi talks to the other Security Council members on May 9. They are Argentina, Congo, Denmark, Ghana, Greece, Japan, Peru, Qatar, Slovakia and Tanzania.

A mixed bag. As with all matters with the UN, expect little.

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April 28th 2006

Appendix Surgery In Libya

It sounds like the latest Hollywood hack ‘em up thriller, but it really happened to Victor Davis Hanson. Can you imagine anything more frightening than having emergency surgery for a burst appendix in Libya?

Radioblogger has the fascinating transcript from Hanson’s recent appearance on Hugh’s show … including his interesting assessment of Libya’s state of affairs.

What a loss it would have been if Hanson hadn’t been placed in the hands of a skilled surgeon … one pretty much without pain-killing drugs, but skilled.

hat-tip: Blogotional
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April 28th 2006

She’s Gotta Be Running

Why else would Hillary show up at a swank event at NYC’s Cafe Milano celebrating the 10th anniversary of Fox News Sunday, a.k.a. Tony Snow’s going-away party?

Here’s the write-up in Media Bistro’s Fish Bowl Blog, which noted there were Fox News Sunday posters, napkins, cigars, candle holders and:

… there were even search lights, in case, you know, Batman might want to stop by (he is, after all, fair and balanced when it comes to crime).

Moment I would have liked to have seen: Hillary bumping up to another VIP guest, Dick Cheney.

hat-tip: Media Bistro
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April 28th 2006

If You Can’t Make It There …

… can’t make it anywhere. Air America bombs in New York, New York.

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April 28th 2006

As If You Needed One …

… here’s another reason not to watch The View.

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