Thursday, April 29, 2010

No Surprises Here

Tunku Varadarajan, Cesar Condo, Jeb Bush, Grover Norquist, and Linda Chavez have decided that the Arizona illegal immigration law is racist. No surprise here, as their common denominator is race hustlering. Chavez is well know for her use of illegal alien labor and support for amnesty undoubtedly connected to her disconnect from American society based on her ethnicity, Condo is against any immigration law enforcement based on Hispanic ancestry, Bush is a Mexiphile, Norquist an Islamist, and Varadarajan another immigrant who hates white people. This debate over the Arizona immigration law is certainly bringing out the true views of alleged right wingers on the issue of race, and they have concluded that white Americans who want to stop illegal immgration are racists. Not to mention that should all these illegals get amnesty as this cabal wants, the Demoncrats will be in power forever.

Norquist thinks that minorites are voting Republican and this will stop because of the law: "Laws that punish businessmen for hiring the wrong people will not simply drive away Hispanics, Asians, Irish, Poles, and others but begins to break the previously strong bonds between small-business men and the Republican party." Obvious nonsense to cover his fronting for radical Islam.

This debate on the Arizona law should be very enlightening for conservatives, as we see the true sympathies of alleged allies. Push them a little and we end up just a bunch of facists.

Well, Hispanics have never voted as a majority for Republicans, even for Jorge Bush and Asians voted Demoncrat since the Chinese bought the 1992 election of BillyJeff Bentpecker. Just as Yah Lin "Charlie" Trie.

Chavez goes ballistic, apparently claiming that any criminal investigation by a police officer is "harrassment": "No self-respecting conservative should support a law that allows the government to harass its own citizens, and that is exactly what the Arizona law does...the law plainly says that government officials may in the course of “any lawful contact” require anyone to produce papers 'where a reasonable suspicion exists that the person is an alien who is unlawfully present.'” Apparently Chavez never heard that police officers' job is to investigate crimes. And they use "reasonable suspicion" to initiate contact with people. She also wants to end enforcement of traffic infractions, suggesting that the police should not take action when they see said infractions: "Finally, the law makes it legal for the police to pull over “any person who is operating a motor vehicle if the officer has reasonable suspicion to believe the person is in violation of any civil traffic law and this section.” Notice, the law doesn’t require the person to have violated a traffic law, it merely requires the police to have “reasonable suspicion” that the person is in violation of any civil traffic law or is illegally present in the U.S."

What is abundantly clear is that because of their contact with aliens, their alien heritage, their former alienage, their sympathy for aliens and alien religions, some alleged conservatives don't want to enforce the laws of the United States. Why have laws against illegal immigration if we aren't going to enforce those laws? Well, because Norquist wants an Islamic Republic, Bush wants cheap labor and the rest of his relatives here, Condo has contempt for his adopted country, and Chavez has nothing but contempt for native born Americans because they won't work as domestics at slave wages.

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