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Illegal Immigration: Issue Or Lifestyle?

Thursday January 31st 2008, 8:01 am
Filed under: Bob Parks, Politics, Vox Populi

As I was watching last night’s little hissy fit called a “Republican Debate”, I noted just how out of touch these two men are when it comes to the issues that affect millions of Americans on a daily basis.

john-and-mitt.jpgOne has collected a government payroll check almost his entire adult life, while the other is a business/political elitist who is fairly well insulated from the policies he imposes on others. And after all that, they would have us believe they understand what we mere citizens deal with on a daily basis.

I beg to differ….


February 1, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

McCain: The Illegal Immigration Candidate

Posted by Willmoore on Jan 29th, 2008

Say what you will about McCain, but he is a man who sticks to his principles, come what may. For example, the principle that 12 million illegals should be given amnesty and allowed to continue working in the United States.


January 31, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Who is Juan Hernandez and why is he working for John McCain?

By Digger

Exclusive video from Digger’s Realm “Who is Juan Hernandez?” Watch it now!

Juan Hernandez, the former Mexican Secretary For Immigration Affairs under the Vicente Fox administration in Mexico, has been discovered to be working for the John McCain campaign as their Hispanic Outreach Director. For those who don’t know Juan Hernandez is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico. Having worked in Mexico’s government and now apparently in ours, I consider him a double agent and obviously not working in just the best interests of the United States, but in the best interests of Mexico as well. These best interests include allowing millions of illegal aliens in the United States to remain here and in the future for millions more to come.

Hernandez has been quoted, and as you’ll see in the video in his own words, as saying that the Mexicans who do remain here in the United States are hoped to remain loyal to Mexico. Is this the kind of immigrants we want in this country? Do we really want people with loyalties to other countries remaining legally here and obtaining citizenship?


January 27, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , | 2 Comments