miércoles, mayo 03, 2006

Bigots Tour the USA

Jim Gilchrist is taking his pack of bigots on a tour across the United States of America. They want to spread their racist points of view all over the land of the free and the home of the brave.

They know how to boast about their weapon usage skills, but they do not know how to put their brains to good use.

So, here goes a simple question, lets see which KKK... I mean, Minutemen member can answer it.

Do you understand that the failure of generations of politicians in Washington to understand that blocking the economic developement of Mexico by supporting a number of corrupt Mexican presidents is the cause of today's gap between the two countries, which in turn created the problem of the mass immigration?

One more question:

Did you know that until September of 2001 it was easier for a Saudi Arab than for a Mexican to gain a working visa?

I guess you know and understand the consequences of that policy that places all Mexicans at the bottom of the list of people wanting to move legally to the USA.

Instead of being sick worried about a Mexican peasant wanting to cross the border to find a job in the USA, ask your authorities why are people who come from countries that oppose your principles of "liberty and equality" on top of that list.

Jim, go on with your tour of hatred, too bad Timotry McVeigh is dead and Matt Hale is in jail, their help would be pure gold to you right about now.

In the mean time, here is the note that appeared today at Yahoo News:

Border Group Begins Cross-Country Campaign

By PETER PRENGAMAN, Associated Press Writer1 hour, 32 minutes ago

In the shadow of this week's huge pro-immigrant demonstrations, the opposition Minuteman Project launched a cross-country tour Wednesday to rally support for tighter border control.

The volunteer group, which patrols the border and opposes illegal immigration, hopes to mobilize voters as the caravan heads for Capitol Hill and the offices of the politicians debating immigration reform.

"Our power is not putting a million people on the street, our power is putting 10 million people at the voting box," said Stephen Eichler, the group's executive director. "Their voice is accompanied by a lot of bodies, but our voice is accompanied by even more bodies who aren't going to go out in the street."

The group hopes to counter the impact made by the more than 1 million illegal immigrants and their supporters who took to the nation's streets on Monday. Demonstrations by the Minuteman Project that day were scattered and small, often numbering fewer than 100 people per city.

Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist told about 40 supporters before the group left from a park in South Los Angeles that the recent immigration marches were a "declaration of domination."

"Ours is not a racial cause. It's a rule of law cause."

About 15 protesters repeatedly interrupted the speech with screams of "Minutemen go home" and "KKK go home."

The caravan is scheduled to stop in 12 cities and arrive in Washington, D.C., for a May 12 rally.

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., has set a goal of Memorial Day for an immigration reform bill. One plan would include a guest worker program and a potential path to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants, another would criminalize them.

The caravan includes about 100 staff members and supporters, said Eichler. It will stop in President Bush's vacation haven of Crawford, Texas, as well as in Phoenix, Ariz.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Abilene, Texas; Little Rock, Ark.; Memphis and Nashville, Tenn.; Montgomery, Ala.; Atlanta; and Richmond, Va.

One supporter, Penny Magnotto of Upland, Calif., said she and a friend were planning to follow in their RV and visit seven additional states on their return to recruit more members.

"If one in 100 people that we meet up with kind of get it and see that we're nice family people I will be thrilled," said Magnotto, founder of the Minuteman spin-off Minutewomen on the Road.


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