Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Who Says Liberals Aren't Hypocrites, Part Infinity

The left is at it again. The allegedly non-politically motivated National Public Radio is in full denial mode over the sponsorship of NPR programs by the Department of Homeland Security and their E-Verify program to keep illegals from working. This has so many issues to cover it boggles the mind. http://www.brownsvilleherald.com/news/spots_92963___article.html/radio_met.html

First, why is the government subsidizing the already government subsidized, and unconstitutional, taxpayer funded NPR. Why is one government agency wasting taxpayer dollars on a program already a black hole of taxpayer monies? It makes no sense.

But, of course, the real issue is that NPR's listeners complained that DHS was sponsoring something on NPR, not that some other agency was sponsoring something on NPR. You know they were not complaining when it is an agency who's mission they agree with. NPR of course went through all the contortions that liberals enjoy, self-absement, foolish statements about how inaccurate E-verify is, which is a lie, as E-Verify is 99.9% accurate. Liberals were just shocked that NPR would do something racist, because enforcing the laws of the U.S. are racist.

Now liberals claim NPR isn't political, but it is all about leftwing politics and it was pointed out that NPR is rife with pro-illegal propoganda and it was apparently disconcerting for a liberal to hear anything he disagrees with, but liberals then claim that NPR just speaks truth to power and makes its decisions in a neutral manner. Then the became even more upset when NPR continued the ads, with NPR saying that their corporate decisions are separte from their editorial decisions. But, wait, so they admit that their editorial decisions are blatantly leftist and pro-illegal? No getting around that. Liberals apparently want neutrality of decision making, but not any decisions that violate the principle of supporting illegal immigration.

It gets even worse. Liberals are always saying they want to punish the employers who exploit illegals. Well, that is what E-Verify does, it keeps employers from hiring illegals. Liberals are such hypocrites.

Even worse though, apparently a Catholic Bishop, who's diocese owns an NPR station also complained, saying that more immigrants should be allowed to come to the U.S. to work legally. Well, Bishop, first, NPR is a radical supporter of abortion and homosexuality. Why are you supporting abortion propoganda and the homosexual lifestyle? But, more to the point, what does increasing immigration have to do with stopping illegal employment, which causes declines in wages for legal workers? In any event, amnesty and an increase in legal immigration, have nothing to do with E-Verify, which only verifys a legal right to work in the U.S. Giving more people the right to work in the U.S. is a separate issue.

Thus, liberals are hypocrites. I am sure if the Civil Rights Division or the EEOC had an ad on NPR there would be no complaints. Liberals just don't want some laws enforced, which makes them enemies of a Republican form of government and of Democracy as well. You can't pick and chose the laws you enforce. It is called a dictatorship and the politization of the law if the laws are subject to political interference.

Oh, and by the way, Merry Fitzmas. He is coming for the Obamessiah. Take that on the rule of law you liberals complained about when you thought Bush was avoiding prosecution for war crimes.

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