Thursday, April 30, 2009

Criminals supporters spit in the face of America citizens and legal immigrants

Tomorrow we will have criminal supporters taking to the streets to demand that America change it's laws to suit their greed.

It will be very interesting to see how the media, after treating the tea-party protests with contempt, shows favorable coverage to the criminal excusers.

Here are some pictures from past events that you won't see on the front page of the Fishwrapper:

Not that seeing Che downtown Portland isn't a common event but it shows you where they stand.

Mexican flag... Che flag... I'm seeing a pattern.

This is their attitude.

Now here's the question I have for the marchers: are you going to let the unions boss you around again? Let them tell you that you can't fly your Mexican flag? Are you going to be sheeple for the Union or are you going to express how you really feel?

Thank the federal government, divide and conquer

Story 1:
Oregon scores $382 million in stimulus funds
Oregon officially won $382 million of federal stimulus money for schools and colleges today, after Gov. Ted Kulongoski convinced federal officials he will spend enough state money on education and use the federal dollars to help struggling schools improve.

Most Portland-area school districts will hold a full school year this spring, thanks in part to the federal money.

Not thanks in part to federal taxpayers, thanks to the federal government. We "won" and "scored" the money. This propaganda really does reasonate with some people who think that we somehow got free money "for the children."

Story 2:
SEIU steps up campaign for Oregon tax hike
Service Employees Interntional Union, the largest of the Oregon state employee unions, has launched a radio commercial aimed at bolstering public support for raising taxes to preserve government services.

"Certainly prosperous corporations and wealthy Oregonians are a good place to start," said [SEIU Spokesman Ed] Hershey.

Government workers have figured out that voters are selfishly willing to support a tax on their neighbors as long as it doesn't affect them. Except that it usually does affect them and you will notice that SEIU views "the rich" as a good place to start... but there is no good place to stop in their minds.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Good thing they won't all be in one place on Friday... oh wait

Texas flu death first outside Mexico
A baby in Texas has died of the H1N1 flu strain, the first confirmed death outside Mexico from a virus which health officials fear could cause a pandemic as it spread to two more countries in Europe.

Nearly a week after the threat emerged in Mexico, where up to 159 people have died, a U.S. official said on Wednesday a 23-month-old had died in the state bordering Mexico. A health official said the baby was Mexican and was in the United States for medical treatment.

I'm reeling from shock. Not over the fact that Reurters didn't think it was relevent to print how the baby with the Swine Flu came into America (because tracking pandemic disease would just be silly) but because Mexico has universal health care and yet the baby was in Capitalist Pig America for treatment.

But I'm over that now because I'm laughing myself silly because this Friday CAUSA, PCUN and the various other racist organizations are going to be in Salem and Portland marching for illegal aliens. This means that large groups of potentially fresh from Mexico criminals will all be passing out literature, signs and flags and then crammed together to listen to speaches and to march hand in hand.

Perhaps you guys could aquire some facemasks with the "si se puede" phrase printed on it and some t-shirts that say "the SEIU made me come here as a union event and all I got was this darn swine flu."

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

They get to college and still can't tell the difference between boys and girls

Housing all genders
University seeks to promote gender-neutral housing, will include students of all sexual orientation

The hall could serve many kinds of students, Grant Schoonover said, including gay or lesbian students who would prefer to live with people of different genders, students who are transitioning between genders or students who want to live with a significant other or a sibling.

ASUO President Sam Dotters-Katz said all the residence halls need to be more gender-inclusive, not just this one. University Housing needs to increase its number of gender neutral bathrooms, "in every [building], if not every floor," he said.

"Right now our housing system operates in a traditional gender binary and that in itself makes some people uncomfortable," Grant Schoonover said.

Quick, we need to raise taxes so that our institutions of higher learning can build more gender neutral bathrooms and college dorms that cater to people who are "transitioning between genders."

It's almost as if liberals, emboldened by the ease with which they spread the lie of global warming, are trying to convince the American sheeple that gender is merely a concept rather than a biological reality.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Undocumented illness

Lawmaker wants border closed over swine flu
The "swine flu" that has infected more than 1,000 people in Mexico has led a lawmaker on the House Homeland Security Committee to call on U.S. officials to close the southern border.

Rep. Eric Massa (D-N.Y.) said the border should be closed until the threat is resolved.

"The public needs to be aware of the serious threat of swine flu, and we need to close our borders to Mexico immediately and completely until this is resolved," Massa said in a statement.

No one gets asked "are you bringing any fruit" when they cross the border illegaly. No one who is sweating profusely with fever gets stopped and checked. Our neighbor to the south has very different health standards than we do and allowing people to come across the border illegaly and unchecked is a pandemic waiting to happen.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

See, only half are complete tax cheats

You know that your argument for amnesty might be shaky when you start citing reports saying that 25-50% of illegal aliens are complete tax dodgers.

Of course the ones who work illegaly and do file a return take the $7 billion in child tax credits that went to illegal aliens and therefore had a negative federal income tax liability. Illegal aliens who steal your SSN to work (illegaly) are hailed as heroes for paying into social security. Does anyone else remember when ID theft was a major concern?

CAUSA's position is that is akin to arguing that the fencing of stolen property in states with a sales tax should be legal to "bring the transactions into the tax system."

They also cite the fact that legal workers earn more money... which is what we have been saying for quite some time in an effort to get rid of illegal workers which would raise wages for Americans and legal immigrants.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Happy spread trash on the border day

CAUSA is very concerned that "anti-immigrant groups are trying to infiltrate the environmental movement and coopt its message" on Earth Day. Here's a poke in the eye for them.

Garbage along our souther border left by our unwelcome aliens.

The Tijuana Estuary on the US/Mexico border.

The Arizona/Mexico border.

I guess picking up after themselves is a job that illegal aliens won't do. Maybe if we offered them a "garbage tax credit" or some other monetary reward since greed seems to be all that motivates them.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Spongebob illegal pants

Foreigners allowed improper tax credits by IRS
The IRS allowed foreign workers _ many of them in the U.S. illegally _ to improperly claim nearly $7 billion in child tax credits from 2004 to 2007, a government investigator said Thursday.

"As it now stands, the payment of federal funds through this tax benefit appears to provide an additional incentive for aliens to enter, reside and work in the U.S. without authorization, which contradicts federal law and policy to remove such incentives," the report said.

The child tax credit allows millions of families to cut their federal income taxes by up to $1,000 per child. It is also available to families that don't make enough money to pay any federal income taxes. Those families receive payments after they file their tax returns.

These illegal aliens have a negative federal income tax liability. It amounts to a welfare payment written into the tax code. Keep in mind that these are the illegal aliens who bother to file a tax return. The other ones simply use your SSN or mine and then let us deal with the ID theft implications.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A tax by any other name would stink as bad

I can tell by the comments to my last post that some people don't understand my philosphy. When I say that high taxes are morally wrong I don't just mean if they apply to me. Just like I think that ALL theft is wrong, not just theft of my property.

It doesn't matter if I'm in the top bracket or not. That's not the point. And please keep in mind that you are only thinking INCOME TAX when you talk like that. If Obama gives me a small INCOME TAX break and then raises an ENERGY TAX am I giving less of my paycheck to government?

Politicians want to spend your money. They can't get it all from the top income tax bracket. The attitude of "rape anyone you want as long as it's not my wife or daughter" sickens me but in this case it shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the tentacles that our ruling elite have in our wallets.

Oregon House tax bills for this session:

HB 2009: Creates tax on health insurance
HB 2014: Increases construction tax.
HB 2067: Increases personal income tax .
HB 2068: Increases income tax
HB 2069: Increases tax for seniors
HB2070: Increases tax on businesses
HB 2071: Increases document filling fees
HB 2075: Increases cigarette tax.
HB 2077: Increases income tax
HB 2078: Increases income tax.
HB 2119: Increases tax on businesses
HB 2120: Increases customized plate fee.
HB 2122: Increases tax on tobacco
HB 2159: Increases tax on business
HB 2160: Increases cigarette tax
HB 2379: Creates tax on cigarette distribution
HB 2393: Increase fees for serving legal documents
HB 2431: Increases tax on airplane fuel
HB 2436: Increases fees for deed and mortgage records
HB 2461: Tax on beer and wine coolers
HB 2471: Increases tax for seniors
HB 2472: Increase tax on energy bills
HB 2473: Increase tax on real estate
HB 2474: Increases property taxes
HB 2616: Increases cigarette tax
HB 2648: Increases federal income tax
HB 2649: Increases income tax
HB 2650: Increases income tax
HB 2651: Increases income tax
HB 2652: Increases income tax
HB 2672: Increases tax on tobacco
HB 2696: Tax on bartering exchanges
HB 2697: Increases personal income tax
HB 2698: Increase tax on employee stock options
HB 2711: Tax on civilian federal employees
HB 2712: Increases income tax
HB 2749 :Increases tax on video game devices
HB 2769: Increases tax for farm worker housing
HB 2771: Increasestax for small wineries
HB 2772: Increases tax for seniors
HB 2773: Increases business tax
HB 2774: Increases income tax
HB 2785: Ceases tax credit for political contributions
HB 2807: Increases tax on businesses
HB 2818: Increases tax on car rentals
HB 2843: Increases tax on income
HB 2844: Creates tax for filing documents
HB 2854: Increases tax on capitol gains
HB 2913 Increases tax on businesses
HB 2934: Creates tax on health insurance
HB 2935: Increases tax on income for shareholders
HB 3049: Increases tax on business
HB 3115: Increases tax on tangible or intangible property
HB 3146: Creates a luxury tax
HB 3148: Increases registration fees for cars.
HB 3272: Increases personal income tax
HB 3291: Increases tax on renewable energy
HB 3303: Creates tax on birdseed.
HB 3309: Increases tax on life insurance
HB 3312: Increases income tax
HB 3398: Creates sales tax
HB 3405: Increases tax on businesses
HB 3406: Increases cigarette tax
HB 3407: Increases tax on alcohol
HB 3411 Tax increase on construction
HB 3412: Increases income tax
HB 3413: Increases tax on businesses
HB 3415: Increases tax on gasoline
HJR 27: Increases income tax
HJR 29: Increases income tax
HJR 48: Increases tax on carbon emissions
HJR 49: Increases tax on oil and natural gas

Keep your laws off my wallet

Conservatives don't want low taxes to stimulate the economy, that's just a pleasant side effect, we want low taxes because it's morally repugnant to take people's hard earned money to spend on needle exchange programs, grape genetics studies and monuments to politicians.
If you think that taxes should be higher then why wait for them to actually get raised? Start sending that extra check to the government today!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Join me on the government list

Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment

Or as I call it: a complete description of how Daniel feels. (Don't worry, I was on the list waaaay before this)

The high volume of purchases and stockpiling of weapons and ammunition by rightwing extremists in anticipation of restrictions and bans in some parts of the country continue to be a primary concern to law enforcement.

Oh... my... goodness... people are buying legal products?!?!?!? I can see how that would be a concern to law enforcement.

Both rightwing extremists and law-abiding citizens share a belief that rising crime rates attributed to a slumping economy make the purchase of legitimate firearms a wise move at this time.

I guess that rightwing extremists are not law-abiding citizens as they are seperated here.

Debates over appropriate immigration levels and enforcement policy generally fall within the realm of protected political speech under the First Amendment, but in some cases, anti immigration or strident pro-enforcement fervor has been directed against specific groups and has the potential to turn violent.

I'm so thankful that debate on this issue "generally" falls within protected speech. I'm not aware of or advocating violence of course but I think that the "specific group" that our anger is being directed at is the group of "illegal aliens" and their politician supporters. Imagine that.

I could keep going but you can read it for yourself and know that this report might as well be titled: Daniel - a profile in what a normal American thinks.

Monday, April 13, 2009

State or Oregon: break the law for farms

State of Oregon Agriculture
Oregon, along with neighboring states of Washington and California, typically has the highest agricultural wage rates in the US (excluding Hawaii), averaging nearly $11.00 per hour. Wages in Mexico are less than $4.00 per day. Even at present wage rates, it is difficult to attract domestic workers to on-farm jobs. However, workers from Mexico find these wages attractive and have been willing to enter the US under illegal conditions to work in agriculture.

Policy recommendations
Urge Congress and the President to quickly pass immigration reform legislation so that employers and employees know the rules and processes for legal employment in agriculture.

Repeal legislation requiring proof of citizenship for an Oregon's driver's license.

Your state department of Agriculture at work. Their primary concern is that we shouldn't require that drivers be legal citizens.

And while I'm sure that workers from Mexico are willing to break the law for $11/hour is there any chance that a legal worker from Oregon who is one of the 12% unemployed might be willing to work legally for that wage?

Does the department of agriculture want to give employment opportunities to Oregonians or Mexicans?

NOTE: It's very telling that this same Ag report doesn't suggest breaking the law with regards to farmers being to water their crops but instead says that they should support "the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds."

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Saturday parody rerun

A new diversity report reveals that while many defendants are "criminals," the judges presiding over their trials are "law-abiding" citizens.

"It just goes to show that historical inequalities haven't changed much in the last few decades," says a new taxpayer funded task force. The task force, created by the Supervisor of diversity and equality for minorities, has been studying the alarming rate of convictions of people accused of crimes.

"Criminals are disproportionaly locked up when you compare their incarceration rate to that of the general public," said Juan Garcia, a senior member of the task force and recently paroled felon. "Juries are looking at the crimes rather than the troubled childhood of the defendant."

The task force has recommended that newly appointed judges also be current or former inmates in our criminal justice system. "The constitution clearly says that defendants should be given a trial by their peers, that means a drug dealing rapist should have a like-minded person presiding over their trial."

"Dude, you got a hit?" asked one judge recently appointed after the task force report came out. "It's like, I see my old homies on trial, and like, I just, like, tell that prosecutor to shut up, you know what I'm saying?"

The state of Oregon knows what he's saying, they have since created an Oregon Criminal Lawyers Association to promote criminal candidates for judicial appointements. Miguel Sachez of the association says "criminals really are discriminated against as a group when it comes to judicial positions, if we are to be a truly diverse and tolerant society we just can't let this go on."

Thursday, April 09, 2009

The solution: make everyone poor

Planning and Sustaining a school-Based Health Center: Cost and Revenue Findings from Oregon
Most billing revenue in Oregon FQHCs comes from billing public insurance programs. As expected, a strong relationship exists between billing revenues and the percent of uninsured visits: the more clients enrolled in public insurance, the more opportunity exists to bill and generate revenues.

Translated: the more poor people dependent on government health care the better the "opportunity" to bill one government agency to pay another government agency.

Data also showed that school socioeconomic indicators such as the percent of students eligible for free and reduced lunch might be good indicators of the percent of student clients with public insurance. However, there may be some limitations to this approach in areas where there are large numbers of undocumented immigrant populations who, if enrolled in school and meet family income definitions, may inflate free and reduced lunch rates.

So we have government agencies tracking you once you are enrolled in one "free" program to determine if they should institute another "free" program. You are nothing but sheeple being used to generate revenue and provide beauracrats with jobs. The government wants you poor so that they have control of your health care, your food supply, your energy usage and much more.

At least I have finally found a use for illegal aliens: the ones who get free lunches (and how many do you think don't qualify since their parents can't legally have an income) throw off the numbers for statistical analysis in this case.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Obama: laws don't matter

Obama to Push Immigration Bill Despite the Risks
While acknowledging that the recession makes the political battle more difficult, President Obama plans to begin addressing the country’s immigration system this year, including looking for a path for illegal immigrants to become legal, a senior administration official said on Wednesday.

He said [during the campaign[ that comprehensive immigration legislation, including a plan to make legal status possible for an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants, would be a priority in his first year in office. Latino voters turned out strongly for Mr. Obama in the election.

The president wants to give mass pardons to people who:
1. broke our immigration laws
2. broke our labor laws
3. broke our tax laws
4. broke our perjury laws
5. and did I mention that by "broke" I mean "are continuing to break up until the day they get this mass pardon."

We will fight this again and we will stop it because Americans don't want this. The elite want it but we do not.

Our immigration system is not "broken." Our laws are just not being enforced. Remove the incentive to break into our country, strengthen security at the border and this problem is solved.

Legalizing what is currently illegal does not solve any problem. You can stop the high rate of arrest for unathorized use of a motor vehicle if you make car theft legal... but the people whose cars are stolen won't be any happier.

What I would write if I was with CAUSA

Top-level man in drug ring convicted
A Springfield man was convicted in federal court Tuesday of conspiring to sell nearly 16 pounds of heroin seized at his home in March 2007 after an undercover drug investigation that netted the arrest of 34 southern Willamette Valley residents.

No witnesses were called, and the illegal Mexican immigrant did not plead guilty. Instead, Ramirez-Baldenebro was convicted in a brief stipulated facts trial in which he acknowledged that prosecutors had evidence for a jury to find him guilty of the two felony counts.

Papagni also described what detectives found after getting a warrant to search Ramirez-Baldenebro’s east Springfield home. On a bedside table was a statue of “San Malverde” an early 20th century Mexican bandit regarded by some there as a Robin Hood figure and patron saint of drug smugglers. On a shelf below the statue were bags containing more than 16 pounds of heroin, the prosecutor said.

This is outrageous! Has anyone considered that this man has now been "ripped from his family" just because he broke a few laws? These kinds of raids harm the "dignity" of this man and do not show him "humane justice" at all.

Our laws are a mere nuisance and his arrest just proves that their enforcement is inhumane.

¡Esto es indignante! Hace cualquier persona considerar que este hombre ahora ha sido " rasgado de su family" ¿apenas porque él infringió algunas leyes? Estas clases de incursiones dañan el " dignity" de este hombre y no le demuestre el " justice" humano; en absoluto. Nuestras leyes son un fastidio mero y su detención apenas prueba que su aplicación es inhumana.

Monday, April 06, 2009

Redlining in modern times

We provide homes for approximately 1200 adults and 900 children with more to come as we lease up Sierra West, Sunset Gardens and Willow Park. Historically 99% of the residents of our properties have been Hispanic.

This is taxpayer funded housing that is essentially based on race. I was going to put up all the links to the endless amount of "programs" that this involves but all you need to know is this:

Our government funds groups whose only goal is to help illegal aliens and race-based constituencies have every aspect of their lives taken care of for them. They are slaves to the state.

They will file your taxes for you because they think you are too stupid. (they will probably show you how to sign up for the ITIN as well)

As part of an EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) Campaign, it is the goal of Bienestar and its partners United Way, CASH Oregon, and TaxAide to help more latino families access tax credit refunds available through the Earned Income, Child Care and other tax credits. These credits often go unused by people who don’t know about them or who don’t know how to file for them.

They will put your kids in in government program you can find, they will knock on your door to get you signed up and they will get you your GED... complete with Mexican flag in the background:

The apartments are funded like this:
Financing: Low Income Housing Tax Credit Partnership with ESIC/NOAH; HOME, State of Oregon Migrant Million Fund

Development costs = $6.7 million ($134,000 per unit)

No fence could keep people out if these kind of freebies are waiting for them on the other side.

Monday morning science

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Friday, April 03, 2009

When seconds count the police are just minutes away

I've said it before and I'll say it again...
Upstate New York gunman kills 13, commits suicide
A gunman barricaded the back door of a community center with his car and then opened fire on a room full of immigrants taking a citizenship class Friday, killing 13 people before apparently committing suicide, officials said.

One receptionist was killed, while the other, who was shot in the abdomen, pretended to be dead, then crawled under a desk and called 911, he said. Police said they arrived within two minutes. The rest of those killed were shot in the classroom. Four people were critically wounded.

Police heard no gunfire after they arrived but waited for about an hour before entering the building to make sure it was safe for officers. They then spent two hours searching the building.

The timeline always seems to be the same when the victims can't fire back:

gunman arrives > kills everyone > kills himself > police arrive > police stand outside pointing weapons and the building for hours

The timeline when a potential victim can shoot back like in the recent church shooting incident:

gunman arrives > gunman shoots > gunman gets shot > everyone else lives

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Repetition is the key

The late night folks who have other people write their jokes for them have been making "Rush Limbaugh used drugs" jokes a lot lately.

Has anyone heard jokes about Obama using cocaine?

In fact, I'm guessing that a random survey would show that more people know about Limbaugh abusing Oxycotin than they do about Obama's coke.

It's a real testament to the media that they can work tirelessly to destroy a private citizen while covering for the President of the United States and be successful.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

This is not an April Fool's joke

ICE releases immigrants after raid
Many of the workers arrested by immigration agents last month in a Bellingham work site raid have been released and given permission to work.

Immigrants were released with documents advising them "that per the assistant United States attorney assigned to this case, all persons involved with the Yamato Engine Specialists ... should be afforded the benefit of deferred action and an employment authorization document, valid for the duration of this case."

We are rapidly approaching a point when average citizens are going to have no respect for our laws or our government. Even the ones whom "experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed."

We abolished the political ties to our government in 1776 in part because:

He has refused his assent to laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.

He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people and eat out their substance.

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution and unacknowledged by our laws, giving his assent to their acts of pretended legislation.

The executive branch does not have the authority to ignore our laws or the enforcement of our laws any more than we as citizens have the authority to decide which laws to follow.