Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Echo chamber

Due to high gas prices I am unable to do a blog post this morning. Please enjoy this "how to break the law" video for illegal aliens instead.

I especially like the "no matter where you are from this is your home now" comment. Sick people.


Anonymous said...

I wonder if these traitors in this video can be prosecuted for aiding and abetting criminal alien activity. They should also be sued whenever criminal aliens commit crimes.

Tasha said...

yeah- In Oregon they never even arrest illegals.
No one is afraid to break the laws here. look at tom potter!

Anonymous said...

Wow, there's actually some really bad advice in there.

anthony delucca said...

Know your rights??? What rights? Other than basic human rights, these folks are not protected by any of the Constitutional Rights...because these rights are bestowed upon CITIZENS of these United States. And just for the ill-informed...those rights in the Constitution were not "given" to us by the Gov't (as if they could then be taken away) but rather the rights offered in the Constitution and subsequent Bill of Rights were written by the people to notify the Gov't which rights the Gov't shall not infringe upon. Period.

The Constitution is a Document of the People, to notify Gov't of the limitations of Gov't....not the other way around. I run into dipsticks all day long who believe that the Gov't "Gives" us our rights. It is simply not so.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of ill-informed: sorry to piss on your parade Deluded, err... Delucca, but the Constitution, within the Bill of Rights, does insure certain protections (human rights) to non-citizens, regardless of their status, simply because their feet are on American soil. That's how Zacharias Moussaui got his fair trial. Can you say i-n-a-l-i-e-n-a-b-l-e?

Perhaps you can use "the Google" to find out what those INALIENABLE rights are and report back to us. I'll make it easy for you....


Though I do not support illegal immigration, I am 100% supportive of the truth. It is sufficient. It is also sorely lacking on this blog, mostly due to Daniel's, a-hem, ommissions.

Anthony DeLucca said...

Anon 1:21

Uh...that's what I said in the first paragraph. Basic human rights are afforded to everyone.

Again, someone who fails to READ my post.

Anonymous said...

see, what I STILL don't get is that they are not supposed to be here at all.
They are law breakers and therefor subject to arrest and should be worried. if they were not, then the system is really broken.

This is OUR home, and they are criminal trespassers, and like trespassers should be dealt with within the law accordingly.

The sad thing is that they (illegals) would not have a thing to worry about if they would have come through the front door like they were supposed to in the first place.