Thursday, July 26, 2007

Back... with a vengence

After a brief hiatus I am back in blogging action. And no, I wasn't gone because of food poisoning. When the illegal alien mother had one of her children approach me in the Wal-Mart parking lot to ask me if I wanted to buy tamales I said "no thanks."

I'm glad to see that Smith has introduced S.1849, the "Lawful Worker Tax Deduction Act." You and I can't claim tax deductions for non-qualifying dependents on our personal return, why should employers be able to take a deduction for non-qualifying workers?

In other news, and by "news" I mean anonymous comments posted in reply to my use of a Simpsons quote, it appears that Bush, Cheney, Gonzales, Halliburton, et al have broken many laws. No one has been charged with a crime as of yet but that doesn't matter. If it's good enough for Anthony Romero to say on the Colbert Report then it's good enough to repeat here.

By the way, all liberals are child molestors... proof to follow soon.

19 comments:

curious said...

When the illegal alien mother had one of her children approach me in the Wal-Mart parking lot to ask me if I wanted to buy tamales ...

Really? How do you know she was illegal? Did you ask her?

the bullshit police said...

" ... it appears that Bush, Cheney, Gonzales, Halliburton, et al have broken many laws.

It "appears" that way? LOL. Okay Daniel Miglavs, I'll take you at your word. At last, a response, one rooted in reality for a change. However, I find it curious that 99.9 percent of your "rule of law" passion is directed at those at the bottom of the food chain and not -- unless they happen to be Democrats -- the big boys at the top. A disproportionate and disoriented response, it seems to me. But, to each his own.

Anthony DeLucca said...

Daniel;

That bill was a long time coming. It's a great idea. I'd like to read through the entire bill though. Look for any suprises that are tucked away in there. Too bad it had to come from Gordo. It will never get legs and will die faster than a chicken in a pit bull kennel.


As for your "In other news": Brother, you opened a HUGE can-o-worms on that Simpsons post, and the one prior. Looks like the entire Bush Administration have commited a ton of war and other crimes. Funny the NYT hasn't picked up on it yet. Maybe they don't have the resources and money to investigate this kind of stuff like RULE OF LAW and the other anon posters have.

Hey, I know a dude who has 50K in Bank of America. He's got anger issues and flies off the handle a lot, but he's got the dough. They could borrow the money from him, and when they get jobs that pay something other than minimum wage "Plus Tips", they can pay him back.

Daniel, you could make a post titled "BLAH, BLAH, BLAH", and you'd still have some moron post how Cheney is a criminal and should be impeached. I'm going to start my own blog called "MORONS PLEASE REPLY TO MY POSTS", and get all of these boobs to migrate over there for awhile.

Big Mike Lewis said...

Don't forget...according to Kucinich at the YouTube debate, Global Warming is caused by the war in Iraq.

Anonymous said...

DeLucca: If you genuinely don't understand why bringing up allegations of illegality committed by the highest-ranking public officials in the country is relevant on a blog hosted by someone who is a self-declared "rule of law" activist, then you're the moron and maybe YOU should head over to that blog.

No need, actually. Just stay here.

Anonymous said...

No, the biggest hypocrisy of this blog is the failure to ever post about Compean and Ramos, the Border Patrol agents, railroaded by Johnny Sutton and the Bush administration.

And that's because Daniel sucks up to Lars Larson, who dismisses the case.

Daniel, shame on you.

Inform your readers, don't just suckup to Larson.

Larson shuts down debate because he doesn't want to lose interviews with Bush Administration
personalities on his national radio show.

What's your excuse Daniel?

Scottiebill said...

Bill 1849 was too long in coming, but it doesn't go quite far enough. There should be a clause to enable the feds to come down hard on those local government officials who aid and abet the illegals (who, by just being in this country without legal documentation, are criminals in their own right). Those officials would include Taliban Tommy Potter, for obvious reasons), Teddy the K for allowing the DMV to continuously issue the illegals drivers licenses, and Guillermo Bradbury for allowing the illegals to vote, to name just a few.

Anonymous said...

NEWS FLASH:
Wednesday, The U.S. House of Representatives passed on a voice vote, that no money should be spent by the Bureau of Prisons on incarcerating Compean and Ramos.

Thank you, House of Representatives!

Meanwhile the U.S. Senate added three billion Dollars to the Department of Homeland Security for border enforcement.

The message has been sent and recieved:

Enforce our borders!

Anonymous said...

Holy cow, you guys are nuts.
What a crazy blog to run across.

Anonymous said...

Newcomers need to be aware that by "liberal," the available pool of potential child molesters (in Daniel's matrix) includes anyone to the left of Grover Norquist. It's nice to see him back, however, and determined as always to raise the level of political discourse. Given that his most recent post concerned the olfactic qualities of his cat's breath, that shouldn't be difficult.

Anthony DeLucca said...

Anon 9:29,

Drunk Driving is a problem, as is shoplifting, as are a gazillion other crimes, but I don't discuss them here when it's not relevant to the post.

As for the crimes committed by highest public officials (as you put it), I'll refer you to my previous post. I've asked this time and time again:

Please quote me the law(s) that President Bush, or VP Cheney have broken, and if indeed they have broken them, why have they not been charged? If they are in violation of any U.N. law(s), why hasn't the U.N. Charged them?

If I accuse you of being a pedophile, cross dressing prostitute or a necropheliac (and you very well may be, I don't know), I'm going to have some facts and well done research to back it up.

Those who post here accusing the highest office in the land of crimes, don't have the proof. Period. If they did, those accused with the crimes would certainly have been charged, or at the very least, the proof would find it's way into the New York Times, Washington Post, S.F. Chronicle, or any other Bush Bashing venue. They'd be happier than pigs in poop to run a story like that. But they haven't. And I think you know why.

Anonymous said...

... and if I recall from a few days (or weeks?) back, someone answered that question for you, and you didn't like the answer. Very convenient. Not a tactic that pedophiles and drunk drivers can use, is it?

So what's the point? None, that I can see. If you can look at what's going on in Iraq and persuade yourself that a crime has not been committed, a whole hell of a lot of them, in fact, then I honestly don't see any point whatsoever in having a conversation with you. So I'm not going to.

BEAR said...

el gordo "the wimp" smith's bill is phony. amnesty is back on the table in the senate. no surprise.

Anonymous said...

Bear:
Please provide more information.

I realize Smith's bill has little chance of passing, but why is it a phony?

Why do you think amnesty is back on the table?

Today the Senate voted 89 to 1 to add 3 billion Dollars for border enforcement to the homeland security spending bill.

More money for the fence.

Tightens work enforcement.

Please explain your comment.

Anonymous said...

I am always blown away by the abysmal level of discussion in Miglavia, where it is perfectly acceptable for one of Daniel's groupies -- DeLucca, in this case -- to casually suggest that someone he disagrees with "may very well be" a necropheliac. Consider: This is a man who's said he had a career in law enforcment. If that doesn't fly clear off the sphincter scale and give everyone the cold sweats, I don't know what would. Did you pack a gun, man? Jesus almighty! How many like you are out there right now?

Never mind, don't tell me ... I don't want to know.

Anthony DeLucca said...

Anon 8:34;

There you go, reading around what was really typed. Take it out of context if you want, I don't mind.

Here is what I posted, verbatim:

"If I accuse you of being a pedophile, cross dressing prostitute or a necropheliac (and you very well may be, I don't know), I'm going to have some facts and well done research to back it up."

Did you read the part where it says "I DON'T KNOW"?

The post was regarding accusing people of crimes of which there is absolutely no proof of them having ever commited. If you aren't smart enough to get the inference, that's your problem.

In answer to your question, you're damn right I carry a gun. Every single day.

Wanna know why? Because the Constitution says that I can. On top of that, there is a whole freak show of dirtbags out there trolling for victims every hour of every day. I have an obligation as a father and a husband to keep my family safe.

Get off of your self righteous high-horse you moron. If you're that offended and soft skinned, lock yourself up inside of your house where it's safe and you won't have to read mean words again.

anon 8:25pm said...

To Bear 6:28PM,
I have some additional information.

Yes Bear you are right.

U.S. Senator Arlen Spector (R-Pen.) has floated a trial balloon: The 12-20 million illegal aliens would be given permament legal status...with no chance of citizenship.

It's the camel's nose under the tent flap.

You are also right to be concerned. This is worse than amnesty because it creates 12-20 million second class subjects in a dead end status.

Dangerous in itself, but you know later there will be a push to give them citizenship.

As a Lincoln Republican, I can't continence two classes like citizen and deadend legal alien for up to 20 million people.

It's time to go through the drill again: Get out the call list, call the senators and tell them Senator Spector's trial balloon is dangerous.

Americans need to stick a pin in this trial balloon.

We need to nip it in the bud before it gets any serious traction.

Thanks, Bear for the heads up.

Anonymous said...

Notice how Daniel Miglavs did not respond to the question of how he knew the woman who was selling tamales was an "illegal" and whether he asked her about it. The reason he didn't respond is that an honest answer would have been, "I didn't ask her about it." Which means, for any fool who still needs it spelled out for them, is that Daniel Miglavs assumes that ALL Latinos are "illegal aliens." And if you need someone to explain how that's racist, there's no point in anyone trying.

Anonymous said...

Of course we don't know the real reason for anthony carrying a guy, he might simply keep it around in case his child tries to go to the authories with an accusation of sexual abuse against him. I don't know. I can't make that accusation because I don't have facts to back that up.