Freedom Folks

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Thought For The Day

At some point, the violence, indifference to life, and senseless death become too compelling for anyone in government and law enforcement to ignore. It is patently absurd to deny the illegal immigration factor. The bigger questions are: can a solution that is in the best interests of Americans be enforced against criminals who are not Americans, and who possess an almost suicidal and incorrigible disdain of the United States? The legal climate is clearly pro-immigrant, and anti-enforcement.

And can Latino politicians set aside ethnicity, and serve the American oath they have sworn to uphold?
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