May 21, 2010
Castro Brothers Back Democrats Against ArizonaTopics: Political News and commentaries
As STACLU points out, despite overwhelming opposition from the American public, Dems do have support in their campaign against the enforcement of immigration law. It isn't only Felipe Calderon in their corner; they've got the Castro Brothers too.
So we've got the president of a broken country and two communist dictators backing a liberal U.S. political party that all but encourages illegal immigration (Dems see them as future Democrat voters) and refuses to enforce U.S. immigration law and the law of a state desperate to stop the illegal alien physical and financial assault on its citizens and resources.
It doesn't seem necessary to spell out the message here. It's crystal clear. One party represents the American people; the one backed by the leaders of Mexico and Cuba represent nothing what appears to be nothing more than their own thirst for power and a severely distorted preference for open borders at the cost of national security and national sovereignty.
Related video: Democrats and Administration officials give Mexico's Calderon a standing ovation on his speech before Congress condemning Arizona Immigration Law:
Laura over at Ace of Spades aptly suggests that the above clip should be used by the campaign of every border state Republican running this year. I think it's so telling of the Dems' attitude toward border security and amnesty that every Republican running this year should make an ad that includes it.
Also related: Drug-crazed Mexican pirates terrorize boaters on Texas lake:
With machine-guns in hand, Mexico's deadliest cartel is patrolling the waters of a Texas border lake.
These pirates have already ambushed three, possibly four boats, operating with virtual impunity as they make off with cash and electronics.
It's happening on Falcon Lake in Zapata, 200 yards from the Mexican border.
Other must-watch related: Terror suspect may be headed to Texas through Mexico
Al Shabaab is a terrorist group based in Somalia with links to the Somali attacks dramatized in the movie "Blackhawk Down." A few months ago, the group announced its allegiance to Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden.
"[Al Shabaab operatives] are certainly a real threat to U.S. security and an increasing threat to U.S. security," said Rice University Baker Institute Fellow Joan Neuhaus Schaan. Schaan is an expert on Homeland Security and terrorism, and her research is reviewed by the U.S. government, military and civil authorities.
Posted by Abdul at May 21, 2010 2:39 PM
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