Monday, February 13, 2006

Eugene Protest: Now I'm just being mean

For those of you who have been reading me for a while and seen my coverage of past "Carousels of criminality" you know that I like to do a "Hall of Shame" post with the worst offenders from the event.

Now usually I don't take personal jabs at people, I've never even said anything about Kari Chisholm's weight (now I'm just being passive agressive), but the Hall of Shame for this event has some very special people. Starting with...


I actually made the guy in the in the sideways hat cry. He is the guy who stood in my face and called me a "fucker", it may have been in an attempt to intimidate me but I just can't find it in myself to be afraid on anyone with their hat on sideways, they are like clowns. Anyways, him and his mother, also pictured here, came over to "our side" to ask for "respect" from us while at the same time calling us "fuckers" and "racists."

I told him that if he though that was how you show respect the he was raised wrong. This caused him to cry.

If all the MECHA are girly men like him then I guesss that we have nothing to be afraid of...

Next up: Don't show my butt girl

This girl asked us not to put her butt on the internet but insisted on showing her butt repeatedly because she was trying to block her racist poster seen here:

Now that you've seen the butt it's time to match it to her face:

NOTE: Actual quote from my wife right this minute: "Oh my gosh you drank it all!" (In reference to the empty blender that was full of margarita...) And yes, I'm listening to Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet right now.

This is "don't show my butt" girl's face. Hmmm. I'll let you come up with that caption.

Next up: Curly

Far be it from me to talk about a bald guy but what's with that thing in your lip? This guy called me "stupid" in Spanish when I asked him why he wanted to "save tookie" as his T-shirt suggested. I sure hope that thing in your lip doesn't get infected...

Next: Professor Bob "Union" Bussel

I already blasted U of O professor Bob Bussel in a previous post. You can get his email adress by scrolling down a bit. Here he is singing about how America stole land from Mexico. (It's not stealing if you win it in a war you idiot)

And finally: The Mexican Consulate General

Also seen here with the real Mexican flag:

A chicken and worm? Oh yeah...

I told Fernando here that this would be the last year that the Carousel of Information would be happening. Let's make sure I'm right!!


Victoria Taft said...

All I know is that I am very happy you were on my show before the second pitcher of margaritas. "Butt" girl is quite pretty. I hope she has a brain that matches her beauty.

Anonymous said...

Sideways cap guy didn't look like he was crying at all. I think he was trying to figure a way how to snap your neck and not go to jail. You might want to be careful with your slander.

RINO WATCH said...

Hopefully "Fernando" will do like "Hernando" and "Hideaway"

Old song - "Hernando's Hide-a-way, Hey, Hey."

Daniel said...

Victoria, I don't drink that early. (despite what Alan Jackson might say) "Butt" girl was not a very nice or very smart person.

anon, he was crying later on. If you want to make an issue of it sue me for slander, we'll see what the court testimony is.

Rino, I wish our country would kick him out.

This was mean post, I know that. I don't usually do this kind of stuff and I doubt that I will do it again, but these people are simply bad people.

Jim in KFalls said...

Well - its five o'clock somewhere right?

Oregon Infidel said...

These people who called you all sorts of names, who are clearly racist themselves, are the same ones who get bent out of shape over little things like this post. Screw 'em...

Anonymous said...

The Hithspanic with the lip ring will get infected because its a tradition in prison to toss every other persons salad to get in the gangs.

Sue K. said...


"Oregon Poster (Illegal) Family" Drug case puts 10 children in state custody. metrosouth/oregonian/index.ssf?/

This would be a very interesting case to follow to the end. Will be interesting to see if anyone gets deported or just a slap on the hand and then released back into society to do the same thing again. Would be nice if the $20,000 cash confiscated goes towards their legal costs (because you know they will get court appointed attorneys) or the costs to care for their 10 (!!!) kids while they are in protective custody (DHS???). How nice that the mother wasn't arrested so the taxpayers wouldn't have to pay for the latest birth. Come on! We will end up paying for it and much, much more in the end. Oh, but we must remember.......these are the people who come here to do the jobs that no American will do and to better themselves. BS!!!

The Gentle Cricket said...

Sometimes you just gotta tell it like it is. Daniel, don't be too hard on yourself. Even though this was the "mean" post, you STILL didn't give them what they deserve. Most of these people (perhaps all) are criminals and/or harboring criminals. They call you and the rest of the peaceful protesters racists and other names, yet you didn't say anything as harsh in your post. Keep up the great work.
By the way, I've sung your praises here.

Anonymous said...

now we have this from the Daily Emerald...
Matricula consular issuance protested
Group decried the chance of illegal aliens receiving Mexican ID cards on campus Saturday

By Bryan Saxton
News Reporter

February 14, 2006

Members of Oregonians for Immigration Reform (OFIR) protested the issuing of Mexican identification cards, known as matricula consulars, at the High School Equivalency Program building on campus Saturday.

The Mexican Consulate was issuing identification cards to Mexican citizens in the area, allowing them to open bank accounts and obtain driver’s licenses.

OFIR’s protest centered on the distribution of matricula consulars to immigrants who are in the United States illegally, although OFIR vice president Rick Hickey said he didn’t have any proof that anyone being issued cards was an illegal alien.

“I would like them to prove me wrong, that everyone there was legal,” he said.

The event also attracted counter-protesters, some of whom carried signs with slogans such as “We are all American” and “One love, one race.”

Matricula consulars cannot be used to obtain social security numbers, work permits or access to health care programs, according to a press release by the Mexican Consulate. It also states that the card’s purpose is to identify the carrier as a Mexican citizen in the presence of Mexican authorities and in some U.S. cities.

Matricula consulars can be used as one of the two necessary forms of identification to obtain a driver’s license, and proof of citizenship is not required to obtain a driver’s license, according to an employee at the Eugene Department of Motor Vehicles who declined to be identified. The employee also said this policy might be subject to change in the near future.

OFIR President Jim Ludwick said that most of those receiving matricula cards would

logically be illegal aliens. He said that if they

already had passports or green cards, they would be able to obtain driver’s licenses and work permits without matricula cards.

OFIR filmed immigrants receiving their matricula consular cards to see if anyone receiving the cards was from the “America’s Most Wanted” list, Hickey said.

Counter-protesters said that this was a tactic to scare immigrants from getting the cards, according to an article Sunday in The Register-Guard.

Ludwick said that he has been filmed at protests himself and has never seen it as a scare tactic.

“If we’re (accused of) discriminating against illegal aliens, then we’re guilty,” he said.

Hickey said that OFIR is not racist, pointing out that some OFIR are Hispanic. He also said that OFIR isn’t just opposed to illegal immigrants from Mexico.

“If they (illegal immigrants) were from Canada and all white, they would be doing the same thing,” he said.

Although the Mexican-American student organization MEChA held its regional conference over the weekend at the University, the University’s chapter came “to a consensus that we will not have a physical presence as a chapter at the HEP rally,” according to a Friday press release. Individuals or other chapters wishing to attend could “under their own jurisdiction.”

“As an alternative, University of Oregon M.E.Ch.A has decided to provide a space during lunch, in which individuals are encouraged to participate in a letter-writing campaign to the city of Eugene. This campaign will address the lack of concern towards the incident that may occur on February 11, 2006,” according to the statement.

Group members plan to schedule a meeting with the Eugene City Council and Mayor Kitty Piercy to deliver the letters and “discuss their lack of action and support towards the Mexican consulate.”

“As a chapter, we have decided that this is the most strategic move forward at this moment. We hope that you will respect this decision and participate in this positive action,” the statement said.

Orlando Bravo, external affairs director for the University’s MEChA chapter, would not give additional comment.

Anonymous said...

If you go tot he MECHA web site at UofO and click on members, you can see EVERYONE'S UofO email address.

Jeff said...


UofO has a Bias Response Team to investigate acts of discrimination. You should fill out a compalint form.

Idler said...


Very enjoyable posts. Lots of laughs. By the way, the guy with the "Somos Gente de Paz" (We are peaceful people) was wearing a shirt depicting not Arab terrorists in Iraq, as commenter Tom said, but Subcomandante Marcos of the so-called Zapatista Army of National Liberation. Not that Tom's error is consequential—"Marcos" is also committed to an ideology of violence. Thus the guy with the T-shirt is either disingenuous or an idiot. Of course he could be both.

By the way, I am fluent in Spanish so if you ever want help with the language (no offense in the world, but there are lots of misspellings in the posts) I'd be happy to lend a hand. Feel free to drop me an e-mail any time.

Keep up the good work. A sound immigration policy is not racist. Also, Mecha needs to be exposed for what it is. It's disgraceful that the organization is given safe harbor at universities. If they want to purge themselves of their racism and subversion, fine. Otherwise they should be shown the door and professors who coddle them should be held up to scorn. Some of Mecha's materials are downright seditious.

P.S. Sideways cap boy doesn't look very dangerous to me.

peod in Oregon said...

Daniel, it was interesting that the college paper The Daily Emerald had a more accurate account of the event than the local fish wrapper. No anti-immigration crap, no SUV's with Republican bumper stickers crap.It's too bad that the media doesn't concider the illegal activity worth investigating.
Dear anonymous, I was there, Sideways cap guy was crying, ranting, and cursing and his mother Morticia had to calm him down before he wet his pants.

Anonymous said...

I think it's funny how people with NO STANDING TO SUE are always the first ones to talk about slander...

Anonymous, unless you are the idiot with the sideways cap, shut the hell up already.

Gullyborg said...

Hey, Daniel, you forgot to mention that little shrew of a woman who kept telling us all that we didn't really love America unless we joined the Army!

Anonymous said...

Daniel -

I can't seem to find your email address anywhere on the blog, so I'm posing this little tidbit here:

"Kirkland man ordered deported"
"Sam Malkandi had ties to Al-Quaida operative, feds say"

Interesting. Maybe ICE will get involved in Oregon once these holders of Matricula Consular cards get their Oregon drivers licenses and use them to fraudulently obtain benefits that should be available to legal immigrants.

Rick Hickey said...

My point is that because He entered LEGALLY, We could track him. All these people sneaking in, can NOT be tracked. AND We have no real idea who they are! and the Bad guys know that! Those Matricula card sales, all that info is the PRIVATE property of Mexico, even our police can NOT do a background check on them now!
p.s. Sideways Hat Crybaby and his Mom were also in Woodburn protest. coincidence? I can't see him or those 300 lb. kids "working in the fields" Can you?

MAX Redline said...

"This is "don't show my butt" girl's face. Hmmm. I'll let you come up with that caption."

Yeesh! Looks to me like you messed up, and published photos of her butt not once, but TWICE!

Daniel said...

I've been feeling bad about this post today, thinking that maybe I took some cheap shots and that even though I have no respect for some people, I shouldn't treat them disrespectfully.

I am not going to delete this post but I won't do another one like it.

My position is the bettter one, I don't need to call names to make my opponents look foolish.

Anonymous said...

Don't feel bad about it. It's good to "vent" sometimes, and this way is non-violent, as opposed to the "venting" methods used by some of our adversaries.

Anonymous said...

Now we have this today...

Mexican ID can’t ensure alien safety, U.S. security

By Emerald editorial board

February 15, 2006

Members of Oregonians For Immigration Reform gathered Saturday on campus at the High School Equivalency Program building to protest illegal immigration. Their target: the Mexican consulate issuing matricula consulars — identification cards given to Mexican citizens who can provide a birth certificate, photo ID and proof of residency. The cards allow Mexicans, including illegal immigrants, to obtain driver’s licenses and open bank accounts in the United States.

The protest drew a group of counter-protesters, and Department of Public Safety officers were on hand to keep the peace.

At $27 each, the cards may be cheaper than passports for Mexican travelers. But the OFIR

protesters and their sympathizers have a point: They assert that because legal immigrants from Mexico and other countries obtain Green Cards or other documents, only illegal immigrants need such cards.

The use of the cards has grown from 528,000 to more than 4.7 million last year, according to a Sept. 27 article in the Los Angeles Times. The Mexican Consulate sold about 24,000 cards in Oregon in 2004, according to a Dec. 4 article in The Oregonian.

As many as 7 million illegal immigrants — including 4.8 million Mexicans — lived in the United States in January 2000, according to Immigration and Naturalization Service data.

Issuing these cards raises questions about whether our federal and state governments are handling immigration properly. As stated in the Los Angeles Times article, the matricula consular issue “highlights the contradiction between immigration laws, which forbid the presence of undocumented workers, and immigration reality, which encourages them to spend their paychecks here.”

OFIR members are correct in asserting that illegal immigrants should not be able to receive government-funded social services such as health care and food stamps. The Oregon Department of Human Services currently has a $172 million budget deficit. Those who want to benefit from government services offered in the United States should be legally deemed allowed to do so beforehand.

Moreover, the United States doesn’t record whom the Mexican government is issuing cards to, or whether it is issuing multiple cards to the same person. Mexico itself apparently doesn’t keep clear records of who it issues cards to. Thus many falsified cards may exist and the U.S. remains in the dark about how many aliens are living here.

This causes security concerns, as the protesters point out. For instance, the cards allow holders to board American airplanes. A criminal or terrorist suspect could easily avoid being identified by authorities through the use of a matricula consular or driver’s license that attributes a false name and address to its holder.

According to 2003 congressional testimony by Steve McCraw, assistant director of FBI’s Office for Intelligence, the “Department of Justice and the FBI have concluded that the Matricula Consular is not a reliable form of identification, due to the non-existence of any means of verifying the true identity of the card holder.”

Despite these problems, we must come to terms with the idea that illegal immigrants, primarily seasonal workers from Mexico, form an integral part of Oregon’s agricultural industry. Workers should be granted temporary worker and travel permits that allow the U.S. and Mexican governments to track populations traversing the border to ensure the safety of both immigrants and U.S. citizens.

Anonymous said...

Daniel is the criminal that spent time actually terrorizing people that led him to do time locked up!

Tim Lewis said...

Can't write your name, can you?

Jeff in Hillsboro said...

don't you just love those anonymous posters?