Monday, July 13, 2009

Exhibit 1

Lake County Sheriff's Office is Exhibit 1 for explaining why Janet Reno Napalitano recently changed the 287(g) agreements that provide training and assistance to local law enforcement agencies enforce immigration law.,0,538321.story (h/t CIS LCSO is also Exhibit 1 in why local agencies are being denied training by Janet Reno Napalitano under the 287(g) provision. (h/t American Patrol

Lake County Sheriff Gary Borders is just doing too good a job. Like Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Sheriff Borders, is showing up the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. LCSO has arrested more illegal aliens in Lake County than ICE has in its history. That embarasses the feds and shows the nation that an agressive enforcement policy is effective at rooting out illegal aliens. Janet Reno Napalitano's purpose as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security is not to enforce the laws of the U.S., every day of which she is shown up by just two county sheriffs. Both sheriffs arrest more illegal aliens in their respective states than does ICE. Commericials from the 70s said it was not nice to fool mother nature, but in the 21st century it is not NICE ( to expose the haridan Janet Reno Napalitano for the liar that she is. Janet Reno Napalitano's goal is not arresting illegal aliens, but allowing as many as possible to remain for the upcoming amnesty. Every thing she does is to one mind, amnesty for as many as possible.

Like Sheriff Arpaio, Sheriff Borders has falsely been accused of racial profiling. No matter that there are very few white illegal aliens to arrest, as most illegal aliens come from one country, Mexico, and 99% come from non-white countries, facts matter little to the radical left with an agenda against immigration law enforcement. Undoubtedly, Sheriff Borders will be the next target of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, who don't want to do their real job, but prefer instead to harass law enforcement in the U.S. I wish Sheriff Borders well. It would be better we have him at DHS or ICE than Napalitano or John Morton respectively.
It is apparent to me that John Morton, the "career" prosecutor, was the type of prosecutor who spent his career avoiding prosecutions and casework, spending his him managing his career and connections, rather than putting dirtbags in prison. In any event, ICE has said that its program of cooperation with local law enforcement does not cause racial profiling, not that there is anything wrong with that.

How about Joe Arpaio as DHS Secretary and Gary Borders as head of a combined ICE/CBP, maybe call it Immgration and Customs Service, in the upcoming Palin Administration?

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