Sunday, August 26, 2007

Read my lips, no North American Union!

President George W. Bush is"... amused by the difference between what actually takes place in the meetings and by what some are trying to say takes place,’ said Mr. Bush, responding to concerns raised by conservative and liberal groups and some U.S. lawmakers. ‘It's quite comical actually, to realize the difference between reality and what some people on TV are talking about."

What's amusing (not funny) is that so many "conspiracy theories" from JFK to 9/11 to the SPP North American Union could be silenced by a simple open display of the facts. If there is nothing to worry about at the SPP meetings why are they held in such tight secrecy?
One document uncovered by Judicial Watch speculated that in order to overcome public opposition to North American integration, policies should be developed in secret, what the document called “evolution by stealth.” Other documents talk of sending tax dollars to Mexico to build its infrastructure as part of the SPP, and still other documents talk of carbon secrecy?

Slowly one by one the American people are waking up to horrendous orchestrated distruction of our country and some day, somehow, these traitors are going to be brought to light. Cockroaches, meet the Orkin Man.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Is it just me?

O.K. I admit it, I'm paranoid. But for the last couple of years there have been so many things going on in this country that just don't make sense. Such as we can spend billions of dollars rebuilding Iraq but can't fix New Orleans and our bridges are falling down. We are told there are jobs Americans won't or can't do such as operate our ports, build our own roads, cut our own lawns, etc. Hell, we can't even get a fence built with $80 millions dollars. We can send troops to fight terrorism in other countries but we can't protect our own border from those same terrorists.
So when I read the following two articles in the World Net Daily my spidey senses started tingling.

Article one is about how the governor of Colorado has declared a disaster emergency suspending some state regulations for the trucking industry because the wheat harvest this year is 119% larger than last years and the largest in 10 years. This would appear to be good news except that they fear they won't have enough trucks and rail cars to move the wheat to market. They are suspending the regulations in order to allow trucks to be brought in from-Kansas.

Article two is about the Mexican trucks are scheduled to begin invading our country as early as September 1st. even though the DOT audit ordered by congress states that there are a couple of areas of concern that haven't been corrected. We are now being told that the demands of the audit are merely suggestions. According to Todd Spencer, the executive vice president of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, "Reading the inspector general's report, there are many serious safety concerns that are still far from resolved," he said. "Now we're just supposed to ignore those recommendations and let the Mexican long-haul rigs roll anywhere they want in the United States, regardless whether it's safe or not?"

My question is do we really need special government intervention to allow trucks from another state to haul wheat from Colorado or are they bringing in Mexican trucks along the "non-existing" Nafta Superhighway throught the proposed Mexican port in Kansas City?

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Join the Ron Paul Revolution

Rep. Ron Paul wins the Rodney Dangerfield award for getting no respect from the MSM.
Once again he outshined the rest of the field in the latest debate according to the unscientific poll conducted by ABC on August 6th.
Paul gathered 28,007 votes. The next closest vote getter was Mitt Romney with 3,724 and Rudy Giuliani with 2,840. Yeah that's right almost 10 times votes for Giuliani.
ABC's post debate Internet survey after the first debate sponsored by MSNBC showed Ron Paul had 9,400 of the 11,000 votes cast with Giuliani, the next ranked candidate barely gathering 150 votes.
How long can they keep ignoring the obvious?

Saturday, August 04, 2007

Thank you Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton has put Portland mayor Tom Potter on notice over the city's plan to spend $200,000 on a centralized hiring site for day laborers.

"Thomas Fitton, the group’s president, faxed a letter to Potter on Thursday, two days after the Portland Tribune published a piece surveying Judicial Watch’s lawsuits in other jurisdictions over the same issue.
The letter advised of “serious legal concerns” with using taxpayer money to support day laborers, most of whom are undocumented, according to one recent study. He cites a 2006 study by UCLA and the University of Illinois, which found that 75 percent of a sample of 2,260 day laborers across the country were undocumented."

“By establishing and operating the proposed day laborer site, the city will likely be violating federal law,” Fitton writes.

"He further likens the situation to the city running its own “red light” district or illicit drug market so that those participants may have a “safe, orderly and well-regulated environment in which to engage [in] their illicit transactions.”

Friday, August 03, 2007

It's No Fun Being An Illegal Alien, or is it?

Coming soon to a computer near you, "ICED!" a new video game that invites players to step into the shoes of foreigners who run afoul of the U.S. immigration system.
"The game allows you to get into the body of a person, so you can experience what they are going through. There are very few opportunities to get that perspective," said Mallika Dutt, head of the nonprofit Breakthrough, which produced the game and uses new media to highlight social issues around the world.
"ICED!" seeks to show how immigration laws passed in 1996 expanded the number of crimes that can trigger deportation and limited immigrants' rights to appeal.

Players try to avoid deportation by keeping a low profile and performing community service. Shoplifting or jumping a subway turnstile loses points. Lose too many, and your character ends up in a federal detention facility.

Perhaps they can later come out with a new game called "Sold Out", a game where you can be a U.S. Congressman that must talk out of both sides of his face all the while taking bribes and kickbacks to sell out his country.

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

The surge has some success.

Two of Bush's harshest critics spent eight days meeting with American and Iraqi military and civilian personnel in Iraq.
Their conclusions are sure to upset a lot of people, especially the Democratic leadership.
From the New York Times:
Published: July 30, 2007
VIEWED from Iraq,...
"Here is the most important thing Americans need to understand: We are finally getting somewhere in Iraq, at least in military terms. As two analysts who have harshly criticized the Bush administration’s miserable handling of Iraq, we were surprised by the gains we saw and the potential to produce not necessarily “victory” but a sustainable stability that both we and the Iraqis could live with."
"Today, morale is high. The soldiers and marines told us they feel that they now have a superb commander in Gen. David Petraeus; they are confident in his strategy, they see real results, and they feel now they have the numbers needed to make a real difference."

While all the news is not good, in fact they discribe the situation as still grave, how about we give the military the time that we voted for the surge before we demand a pull out and defeat.

Now, how do the Democrates view this news?
"House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said Monday that a strongly positive report on progress on Iraq by Army Gen. David Petraeus likely would split Democrats in the House and impede his party's efforts to press for a timetable to end the war.
Clyburn noted that Petraeus carries significant weight among the 47 members of the Blue Dog caucus in the House, a group of moderate to conservative Democrats. Without their support, he said, Democratic leaders would find it virtually impossible to pass legislation setting a timetable for withdrawal."

It's sad that they are more concerned with their party's standing than in what is best for our country, our troops and the Iraqi people. God forbid we actually achieve something in this whole mess.