Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Just yesterday I saw some white girl pull up to the local illegal alien loitering area to "pick up" some meat for some job... they mobbed around her - pushing and shoving - until she eventually picked out 3 of them and drove away.
Is that fucking insane or what? This bitch has NO IDEA who these men are, they are not traceable in any way, they aren't in any database... they can do anything they want with her and be right back on the corner tomorrow.
Single women generally aren't the big hirers... it's the contractors in their white fleet pickups rolling up to make their selections. Looking at them, it's clear that they get off on the whole power trip, much like a john picking up his hookers for the night.
I find it remarkable that a contractor would stoop so low, given the high amount of robberies, rapes, and murders committed by illegal alien criminals who found their victims after doing work on (i.e. casing) their homes. What contractor in his right mind would open himself up to that kind of liability?
And what of the clients? What client in their right mind would allow a contractor to work on their property with unbonded, untraceable, illegal labor?
Some people have criticized me for being so hard on illegal aliens. In this sense, they are right. I'm not solely blaming illegal aliens - I would probably do the same thing if I was in their shoes. Just as much - if not more - of the problem lies in these allegedly "American" employers who are so eager to put themselves and their customers at serious risk for the sake of a buck.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
"I have found myself increasingly at odds with the Republican philosophy and more in line with the philosophy of the Democratic Party," he said at a news conference. He added, "I am not prepared to have my 29 year record in the United States Senate decided by the Pennsylvania Republican primary electorate," an allusion to the fact that Specter would very likely lose a party primary due to his increasingly liberal votes.
Specter was actually a Democrat until 1965, when he ran as a Republican for District Attorney in Philadelphia.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Yes. You read that right.
An attempt to earn a place in the Guinness Book of World Records at Talladega Superspeedway as part of this weekend’s NASCAR Aarons 499 activity won’t leave a bit of egg on the face of track officials
KFC is sponsoring an attempt to have at least 125,000 NASCAR fans do the ‘chicken dance’ this weekend at the largest track on the NASCAR circuit.
But the radical and often controversial animal activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is protesting the attempt and urging officials from Guinness and the Speedway to ignore the record, alleging that KFC is cruel to the chickens that ultimately find their way to the fryers.
“If this record is allowed, it could encourage other animal abusers to attempt silly feats that make a mockery of animal protection," PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman said in a letter published on the group’s website. "KFC should use its time to improve the hideous living and dying conditions of the millions of chickens who are hurt by its suppliers."
For its part, KFC denied the allegations.
“PETA is a radical animal rights group that is interested only in promoting their vegan agenda, which doesn't reflect the viewpoint of mainstream America," KFC spokesman Rick Maynard said in a statement.
And Talladega said the plans for the attempt would continue unabated.
“The plan for the Guinness Book of World Records attempt has been in the works for quite a while,” said Kristi King, Senior Director of Communications & Consumer Marketing for Talladega Tuesday. “While we had hoped to announce in a different way, we have every intention of moving forward with this quest for a new Guinness World Record at Talladega Superspeedway this weekend.”
Bravo to KFC for standing up to these pricks.
Now, KFC and the other big chicken producers are no saints - with Tyson and Cargill being some of the biggest violators of US illegal alien hiring laws in the country.
But at some point even PETA must recognize that they are doing more harm than good, and that America (nor ANY country that doesn't have to) will never adopt a vegan diet. Education has done wonders, and increased the popularity of free-range chicken immensely. But that is not good enough for the "never kill anything ever" crowd. They - like all liberals - simply do not feel whole if they're not telling (or forcing) people to live life their way.
No word on whether the record was broken or not.
From: SFExaminer NASCAR
Friday, April 24, 2009
Well, it's not fiction. It's happening right now. The disease is a heretofore unknown strain of the Swine Flu, the third world country is Mexico, and the worried neighbor is (or, should be) US!
From SFGate - empasis mine
Mexico shut down schools, museums, libraries and state-run theaters across its overcrowded capital Friday in hopes of containing a swine flu outbreak that authorities say killed at least 20 people — and perhaps dozens more. World health authorities worried openly that the strange new virus could become a global epidemic.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said tests show some of the Mexico victims died from the same new strain of swine flu that sickened eight people in Texas and California.
Mexico put the confirmed toll at 20 dead, but 40 other fatalities were being probed, and at least 943 nationwide were sick from the suspected flu, the health department said.
Scientists said the virus combines genetic material from pigs, birds and humans in a way researchers have not seen before.
"We are very, very concerned," spokesman Thomas Abraham said.
"We have what appears to be a novel virus and it has spread from human to human," he said. "It's all hands on deck at the moment."
President Felipe Calderon cancelled a trip and met with his Cabinet to coordinate Mexico's response.
The government planned to administer its remaining 500,000 vaccines from the flu season to health workers, the highest risk group, although it is not known how effective they are on swine flu. It said it also has enough oseltamivir, the generic name of Tamiflu, to treat 1 million people (note... about 1/20th of Mexico City's population), but the medicine will be strictly controlled and handed out only by doctors.
The CDC says Tamiflu and Relenza do seem effective against the new strain. Roche, the maker of Tamiflu, said the company is prepared to immediately deploy a stockpile of the drug if requested. Both drugs must be taken early, within a few days of the onset of symptoms, to be most effective.
Authorities urged people to avoid hospitals unless they had a medical emergency, since hospitals are centers of infection.
They also said Mexicans should refrain from customary greetings such as shaking hands or kissing cheeks, and authorities at Mexico City's international airport were questioning passengers to try to prevent anybody with possible influenza from boarding airplanes and spreading the disease.
But the CDC said Americans need not avoid traveling to Mexico, as long as they take the usual precautions, such as frequent handwashing.
"We certainly have 60 deaths that we can't be sure are from the same virus, but it is probable," said Health Secretary Jose Cordova. He called it a "new, different strain ... that originally came from pigs."
Epidemiologists are particularly concerned because the only people killed so far were normally less-vulnerable young people and adults. (Note... very similar to the flu pandemic of 1914). It's possible that more vulnerable populations — infants and the aged — had been vaccinated against other strains, and that those vaccines may be providing some protection.
All eight of the California and Texas residents recovered from symptoms that were like those of the regular flu, mostly involving fever, cough and sore throat, though some of the seven also experienced vomiting and diarrhea.
Scientists have long been concerned that a new flu virus could launch a pandemic, a worldwide spread of a killer disease. A new virus could evolve when different flu viruses infect a pig, a person or a bird, mingling their genetic material. The resulting hybrid could spread quickly because people would have no natural defenses against it. (see below*)
The most notorious flu pandemic is thought to have killed at least 40 million people worldwide in 1918-19. Two other, less deadly flu pandemics struck in 1957 and 1968.
Nobody can predict when pandemics will happen. Scientists had been concerned about swine flu in 1976, for example, and some 40 million Americans were vaccinated. No flu pandemic ever appeared, but thousands of vaccinated people filed claims saying they'd suffered a paralyzing condition and other side effects from the shots.
In recent years, scientists have been particularly concerned about birds. There have been deaths from bird flu, mostly in Asia, but the virus has so far been unable to spread from person to person easily enough to touch off a pandemic.
Closing the schools across the metropolis of 20 million kept 6.1 million students home from day care centers through high schools, and thousands more were affected as colleges and universities closed down. Parents scrambled to juggle work and family concerns due to what local media said was the first citywide schools closure since Mexico City's devastating 1985 earthquake.
Authorities also advised capital residents not to go to work if they felt ill, and to wear surgical masks if they had to move through crowds. A wider shutdown — perhaps including shutting down government offices — was being considered.
"It is very likely that classes will be suspended for several days," Cordova said. "We will have to evaluate, and let's hope this doesn't happen, the need to restrict activity at workplaces."
Mexico's initial response in its overcrowded capital brought to mind other major outbreaks — such as when SARS hit Asia. At its peak in 2003, Beijing was the hardest-hit city in the world. Schools, cinemas and restaurants were shuttered to prevent the spread the deadly respiratory virus, and thousands of people were quarantined at home.
In March 2008, Hong Kong ordered more than a half million young students to stay home for two weeks because of a flu outbreak. It was the first such closure in Hong Kong since the outbreak of SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome.
Lillian Molina and other teachers at the Montessori's World preschool scrubbed down their empty classrooms with Clorox, soap and Lysol on Friday between fielding calls from worried parents. While the school has had no known cases among its students, Molina supported the government's decision to shutter classes, especially in preschools.
"It's great they are taking precautions," she said. "I think it's a really good idea."
Still, U.S. health officials said it's not yet a reason for alarm in the United States. The five in California and two in Texas have all recovered, and testing indicates some common antiviral medications seem to work against the virus.
Schuchat of the CDC said officials believe the new strain can spread human-to-human, which is unusual for a swine flu virus. The CDC is checking people who have been in contact with the seven confirmed U.S. cases, who all became ill between late March and mid-April.
The U.S. cases are a growing medical mystery because it's unclear how they caught the virus. The CDC said none of the seven people were in contact with pigs, which is how people usually catch swine flu. And only a few were in contact with each other.
CDC officials described the virus as having a unique combination of gene segments not seen in people or pigs before. The bug contains human virus, avian virus from North America and pig viruses from North America, Europe and Asia (note... see dire warning above*).
Health officials have seen mixes of bird, pig and human virus before, but never such an intercontinental combination with more than one pig virus in the mix.
Scientists keep a close eye on flu viruses that emerge from pigs. The animals are considered particularly susceptible to both avian and human viruses and a likely place where the kind of genetic reassortment can take place that might lead to a new form of pandemic flu, said Dr. John Treanor, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
The virus may be something completely new, or it may have been around for a while but was only detected now because of improved lab testing and disease surveillance, CDC officials said.
The virus was first detected in two children in southern California — a 10-year-old boy in San Diego County and a 9-year-old girl in neighboring Imperial County.
It's not known if the seasonal flu vaccine Americans got this winter protects against this type of virus. People should wash their hands and take other precautions, CDC officials said.
"The eight people infected in the United States all live near the border - six are in San Diego and Imperial counties, and two are in San Antonio. Public health experts said it's likely there are more cases in the United States. Doctors don't typically take samples from flu patients for testing, and the recent swine flu cases were only caught because the patients were involved in health programs that were testing new diagnostic procedures."
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Misdemeanor crimes such as assaults, thefts and burglaries will no longer be prosecuted in Contra Costa County because of budget cuts, the county's top prosecutor said Tuesday.
District Attorney Robert Kochly also said that beginning May 4, his office will no longer prosecute felony drug cases involving smaller amounts of narcotics. That means anyone caught with less than a gram of methamphetamine or cocaine, less than 0.5 grams of heroin and fewer than five pills of ecstasy, OxyContin or Vicodin won't be charged.
People who are suspected of misdemeanor drug crimes, break minor traffic laws, shoplift, trespass or commit misdemeanor vandalism will also be in the clear. Those crimes won't be prosecuted, either.
"We had to make very, very difficult choices, and we had to try to prioritize things. There are no good choices to be made here," said Kochly, a 35-year veteran prosecutor. "It's trying to choose the lesser of certain evils in deciding what we can and cannot do."
Barry Grove, a deputy district attorney who is president of the Contra Costa County District Attorneys Association, said, "There's no question that these kinds of crimes are going to drastically affect the quality of life for all the citizens of Contra Costa County."
The decision not to go after any perpetrators of certain offenses, Grove said, amounts to "holding up a sign and advertising to the criminal element to come to Contra Costa County, because we're no longer going to prosecute you."
Don't even bother submitting the cases, Kochly said Monday in a memo to the Contra Costa County Police Chiefs Association, representing local police chiefs. "If they are submitted, they will be screened out by category by support staff and returned to your department without review by a deputy district attorney," he wrote.
Kochly wrote that he had long taken pride in saying that his office could do "more with less."
"Unfortunately, we have now reached a point where we cannot maintain the status quo," he said. "We will definitely be doing 'less with less' as a prosecution agency."
The changes are needed to help eliminate a $1.9 million budget deficit in the district attorney's office for this fiscal year. By month's end, six deputy district attorneys will be laid off, and another 11 will have to be let go by the end of the year, Kochly said.
The county Board of Supervisors originally proposed cutting the office's budget by $4.1 million. But after Kochly argued that such a reduction would hurt his ability to prosecute petty thefts, the board used sales-tax revenue to close the gap.
Supervisor John Gioia, who represents Richmond, said the list of crimes that Kochly says he won't prosecute is far longer now than what he told the board during its budget deliberations.
"I don't think it's a good idea for the chief prosecutor in the county to inform the public at large what cases they're not going to prosecute," Gioia said.
The district attorney's decision was upsetting news to Janet Kelleghan, an employee at Donna's Gifts in Concord, which has been victimized by thieves in the past.
"If they know they're not going to be prosecuted, there's going to be a lot more shoplifting," Kelleghan said. "I'd ask them to reconsider," she said of the DA's office.
Kochly said prosecutors will still consider charging suspects with certain misdemeanors, including domestic violence, driving under the influence, firearms offenses, vehicular manslaughter, sex crimes and assault with a deadly weapon.
So... the obvious question is, is this just a bluff? Putting this all out in public would seem to be a pretty calculating move on the D.A.'s part. They're obviously counting on public outrage to get some things moving.
Still... the fact this is even coming up is pretty disturbing, though to be honest, this has been going on out of the public eye for some time now. Misdemeanor cases are being dropped everywhere, and even felonies can be plead down to nothing (SF D.A. Kamala Harris' favorite tactic).
You liberals must be very proud. You are finally getting the anarchy you've been agitating for.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
To All My Valued Employees,
There have been some rumblings around the office about the future of this company, and more specifically, your job. As you know, the economy has changed for the worse and presents many challenges. However, the good news is this: The economy doesn’t pose a threat to your job. What does threaten your job however, is the changing political landscape in this country.
Of course, as your employer, I am forbidden to tell you whom to vote for - it is against the law to discriminate based on political affiliation, race, creed, religion, etc. Please vote who you think will serve your interests the best.
However, let me tell you some little tidbits of fact which might help you decide what is in your best interests.
First, while it is easy to spew rhetoric that casts employers against employees, you have to understand that for every business owner there is a back story. This back story is often neglected and overshadowed by what you see and hear. Sure, you see me park my Mercedes outside. You’ve seen my big home at last years Christmas party. I’m sure; all these flashy icons of luxury conjure up some idealized thoughts about my life.
However, what you don’t see is the back story.
I started this company 12 years ago. At that time, I lived in a 300 square foot studio apartment for 3 years. My entire living apartment was converted into an office so I could put forth 100% effort into building a company, which by the way, would eventually employ you.
My diet consisted of Ramen Pride noodles because every dollar I spent went back into this company. I drove a rusty Toyota Corolla with a defective transmission. I didn’t have time to date. Often times, I stayed home on weekends, while my friends went out drinking and partying. In fact, I was married to my business — hard work, discipline, and sacrifice.
Meanwhile, my friends got jobs. They worked 40 hours a week and made a modest $50K a year and spent every dime they earned. They drove flashy cars and lived in expensive homes and wore fancy designer clothes. Instead of hitting the Nordstrom’s for the latest hot fashion item, I was trolling through the Goodwill store extracting any clothing item that didn’t look like it was birthed in the 70’s. My friends refinanced their mortgages and lived a life of luxury. I, however, did not. I put my time, my money, and my life into a business with a vision that eventually, some day, I too, will be able to afford these luxuries my friends supposedly had.
So, while you physically arrive at the office at 9am, mentally check in at about noon, and then leave at 5pm, I don’t. There is no “off” button for me. When you leave the office, you are done and you have a weekend all to yourself. I unfortunately do not have the freedom. I eat, shit, and breathe this company every minute of the day. There is no rest. There is no weekend. There is no happy hour. Every day this business is attached to my hip like a 1 year old special-needs child. You, of course, only see the fruits of that garden — the nice house, the Mercedes, the vacations… you never realize the back story and the sacrifices I’ve made.
Now, the economy is falling apart and I, the guy that made all the right decisions and saved his money, have to bail-out all the people who didn’t. The people that overspent their paychecks suddenly feel entitled to the same luxuries that I earned and sacrificed a decade of my life for.
Yes, business ownership has is benefits but the price I’ve paid is steep and without wounds.
Unfortunately, the cost of running this business, and employing you, is starting to eclipse the threshold of marginal benefit and let me tell you why:
I am being taxed to death and the government thinks I don’t pay enough. I have state taxes. Federal taxes. Property taxes. Sales and use taxes. Payroll taxes. Workers compensation taxes. Unemployment taxes. Taxes on taxes. I have to hire a tax man to manage all these taxes and then guess what? I have to pay taxes for employing him. Government mandates and regulations and all the accounting that goes with it, now occupy most of my time. On Oct 15th, I wrote a check to the US Treasury for $288,000 for quarterly taxes. You know what my “stimulus” check was? Zero. Nada. Zilch.
The question I have is this: Who is stimulating the economy? Me, the guy who has provided 14 people good paying jobs and serves over 2,200,000 people per year with a flourishing business? Or, the single mother sitting at home pregnant with her fourth child waiting for her next welfare check? Obviously, government feels the latter is the economic stimulus of this country.
The fact is, if I deducted (Read: Stole) 50% of your paycheck you’d quit and you wouldn’t work here. I mean, why should you? That’s nuts. Who wants to get rewarded only 50% of their hard work? Well, I agree which is why your job is in jeopardy.
Here is what many of you don’t understand … to stimulate the economy you need to stimulate what runs the economy. Had suddenly government mandated to me that I didn’t need to pay taxes, guess what? Instead of depositing that $288,000 into the Washington black-hole, I would have spent it, hired more employees, and generated substantial economic growth. My employees would have enjoyed the wealth of that tax cut in the form of promotions and better salaries. But you can forget it now.
When you have a comatose man on the verge of death, you don’t defibrillate and shock his thumb thinking that will bring him back to life, do you? Or, do you defibrillate his heart? Business is at the heart of America and always has been. To restart it, you must stimulate it, not kill it. Suddenly, the power brokers in Washington believe the mud of America are the essential drivers of the American economic engine. Nothing could be further from the truth and this is the type of change you can keep.
So where am I going with all this?
It’s quite simple.
If any new taxes are levied on me, or my company, my reaction will be swift and simple. I fire you. I fire your co-workers. You can then plead with the government to pay for your mortgage, your SUV, and your child’s future. Frankly, it isn’t my problem any more.
Then, I will close this company down, move to another country, and retire. You see, I’m done. I’m done with a country that penalizes the productive and gives to the unproductive. My motivation to work and to provide jobs will be destroyed, and with it, will be my citizenship.
While tax cuts to 95% of America sounds great on paper, don’t forget the backstory: If there is no job, there is no income to tax. A tax cut on zero dollars is zero
So, when you make decision to vote, ask yourself, who understands the economics of business ownership and who doesn’t? Whose policies will endanger your job?
Answer those questions and you should know who might be the one capable of saving your job. While the media wants to tell you “It’s the economy stupid” I’m telling you it isn’t.
If you lose your job, it won’t be at the hands of the economy; it will be at the hands of a political hurricane that swept through this country, steamrolled the constitution, and will have changed its landscape forever. If that happens, you can find me in South Caribbean sitting on a beach, retired, and with no employees to worry about.
Friday, April 17, 2009
Cop killer and child rapist pretty much represents a full resume for your average aspiring sociopathic super-villain. But apparently Lovelle Mixon wanted a guaranteed ticket to hell - even after his well-deserved death he's still being charged with crimes - in this case, a home-invasion robbery with an unfortunately-still-living homie, which resulted in a man being pistol-whipped and a woman being "assaulted."
What more can you say about this... this... thing?
All that can be said is that the world is a much better place without him.
I'm not an overly religious person, but I think it's possible that people (and apparently whole communities) can be possessed by the devil.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Bitch still thinks she's funny. But I guess we can remove the "still" - seeing that she was never funny.
What motivates a person like Garofalo to scream "racist" at anyone who dares object to her God Obama? Doctor Zero - a commenter on Hot Air (from whence the video cometh) sums it up...
And this later post from a commenter named Stickeehands...
He urged voters to support six ballot proposals in next month's special election that he says will fix things (though they won't). He is right to say that the problem is a broken system in Sacramento, a system that can hardly be trusted to get itself out of the jam they got us in.
If Arnold is serious about passing his props, he's certainly not going to gain any support by claiming that illegal aliens aren't a major part of the problem.
Schwarzenegger: Immigrants not cause of budget woe
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
The beginning of a revolution?
Well... that remains to be seen. However, it's not every day you see a gathering of 500-750 protesters in the streets of San Francisco who aren't Socialists.
A wide cross-section of folks from all walks of life turned out to make their voices heard against the runaway expansion of government and the creeping Socialism being touted by both parties in Washington.
I got there fashionably late, so the bulk of the crowd had already marched from City Hall the two blocks north to Nancy Pelosi's office.
Why was everyone there?
I can only speak for myself.
And I am sick of living in a country where failure is rewarded and success is punished, and where the frugal, fiscally responsible people are screwed and the greedy and stupid prevail.
And I am sick of living in a state where that equation is multiplied by 5.
And I am really sick of living in a city where that equation is multiplied by 100.
I am sick of seeing the mentally ill roam the streets.
I am sick of racialist enemies of America claiming that illegal aliens have all the rights (and more) that any citizen or legal immigrant has.
I am sick of the police and prosecutors coddling criminals in the name of "social justice."
And, if that weren't enough, my taxes are actually paying for it!
The saying "as goes California, so goes the nation" is very apt here... because where this state is going is straight into the toilet. Many commentators on the news noticed (correctly) that we Californians are on the riding edge of this crash, and that when the full scope of this monumental disaster really hits, it will be us who feel it first.
As to the claim that the Tax Day Revolt was a manufactured event sponsored by FoxNews (or "FAUX News" if you're a Communist pussy), that's bullshit. Saying that these grass-roots outpourings were sponsored by Fox is like saying AdBusters was responsible for the WTO riots. Sure they got on the bandwagon, sure they co-opted it to some extent, but to say they created it? Nope.
The MSM (aside from Fox) tried to downplay - if not ridicule - the event. Disgusting perv Rachel Maddow showed that one needn't be a gay male to be obsessed with men's testicles, constantly referring to "tea-bagging" in her inimitable smug, self-satisfied way. The other Obama whores at MSNBC weren't much better.
CNN was surprisingly lackluster and seemed to devote very little attention to a grass-roots nation-wide event. Suspicious to say the least. Y'know... I never bought the idea that CNN was a liberally-biased network, but maybe there's something to it...
Maddow and that pompous git Keith Olbermann and the rest of those damn freaks can cluck all they want to... we have not even begun to feel the impact of this mess. There is nowhere for this movement to go but up... precisely because there is nowhere for this country to go but down.
By the way... Maddow's ratings continue to slip, and one can only hope that this classless, crass, one-note demagogue is off the air soon. As usual, the left does what it does best - accusing the other side of being exactly what you, in fact, are.
Exhibit A: This flyer posted on IndyBay posted by some sad loser.
Despite the fact that the Tax Day thing was not a Minuteman event and only a handful of anti-illegal immigration signs were present, a handful of people from the far, far left showed up for a confrontation that never materialized. They were actually quite polite and I'm sure were a bit perplexed when a 60-year old white guy in an American flag shirt came up to them and greeted them with smiles. They actually looked puzzled!
There were a few incidents of yelling between passersby and the crowd, but there was no violence (much to the chagrin of the sad pussy who posted this picture, I'm sure), and IndyBay's own reporter's account of the protest was pretty polite, articulate, and showed a sense of perspective and morality sadly lacking in some of the rabble of the extreme left. (Remember... I used to be one of them so I know of what I speak!)
Finally, is this sustainable? Can we take this beyond today?
In California the answer is Yes We Can... and soon.
On May 19th, Governor Schwarzenegger is having a special election of 6 propositions to further drive the state towards Socialism. Props 1A - 1F.
On this day, we must vote NO on all of them... and KEEP VOTING NO TO ALL NEW TAXES AND BOND MEASURES UNTIL THIS FUCKING GOVERNMENT GETS IT THROUGH THEIR SKULLS THAT WE CANNOT CONTINUE TO SPEND 50-60% MORE THAN WE TAKE IN!
Some whine California will go bankrupt if they don't pass. Guess what... California is not going bankrupt because of a few propositions... it is going bankrupt from a decades-long orgy of spending from the likes of Gray Davis, Fabian "King Anchor Baby" Nunez, Don Perata, and the rest of the corrupt legislature, enabled by girly-man psuedo-Republican Arnie.
The elite pusbags of the media and the political parties had better remember...
I couldn't find the exact quote - maybe someone can help me out here - but it goes something to the effect of..
The people in power never saw it coming."
"Anti-tax "tea-baggers" Gather in S.F." - A snide, totally biased opinion piece masquerading as news from Obama-whores Carla Marinucci and Joe Garofoli in the SFGate.
Monday, April 6, 2009
If you are still one of those sick, stupid assholes that believes that illegal aliens are not a threat and are "doing the jobs Americans won't do" - then watch this NOW. As far as I'm concerned, all Americans who support illegal alien criminals should be deported as well.
God Bless Her. I pray her lawsuit is successful and that she finds some sense of peace in this vicious world.
Words cannot express the deep shame I feel for this city of allegedly compassionate people. Bullshit. This is a city of out-and-out racists, willing to excuse pretty much any atrocity as long as it's not committed by a white person.
While the newspaper letters and comments are filled with people expressing their outrage, very very few people actually do anything about it. The Castro Valley Minutemen are one group that is not afraid to take it to the streets. Their protests in front of S.F. City Hall were a great start in getting this ball rolling.
But to those outraged citizens - conservative and liberal alike - who are sick to death of this crap, I'll ask... what is it going to take to get you up and get you active in stopping this scourge on our city, state, and country?
IF NOT YOU, WHO?
IF NOT NOW, WHEN?
It took a while in coming, but the SFGate announced today that the family of 3 murdered San Franciscans is suing the city of S.F., charging that "the city sanctuary policy was a "substantial factor" in the June 22, 2008, slayings of Tony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16."
The family of a father and two sons slain last year in San Francisco filed a lawsuit Friday, blaming the city's sanctuary policy for illegally shielding the suspected gunman from earlier deportation despite his record of "extreme violence."
The suit - lodged in San Francisco Superior Court - asserts that the city sanctuary policy was a "substantial factor" in the June 22, 2008, slayings of Tony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, 20, and Matthew, 16. The city attorney's office declined to comment.
Lawyers for Bologna's wife and his two surviving children assert in the suit that the alleged gunman, Edwin Ramos, had at least two prior juvenile offenses and was shielded from deportation under the city's sanctuary policy.
Ramos is charged with murder and is awaiting a preliminary hearing. One of his attorneys has said he is not a gang member and is not guilty in the case.
The city's policy, the suit says, kept police from notifying immigration officials and, thus, was a "substantial factor" in the slayings. The suit notes that city officials knew that Ramos was known for his "extreme violence" - a member of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang - yet did not report him to federal officials under "official and unofficial policies"' that afforded him sanctuary.
Mike Kelly, an attorney who filed the suit, said it will be up to a court to decide whether the city is liable in this instance.
"The key thing is how a judge decides whether or not there is an obligation of the city and officials to enact federal law," he said.
Mayor Gavin Newsom, in a statement, did not address the lawsuit. "I am deeply sympathetic to the Bologna family's devastating loss," the statement said. "A terrible crime was committed and my heart goes out to the family."
Personally... I live in San Francisco, and I hope this family tears this city a new asshole. I hope that they OWN this city when this is all played out.