Friday, July 20, 2007

DHS Slashes Arizona's Border Control Money

Listen to:
Johnny Tex and The Texicans - So Long ,Texas - Hello, Mexico!

Drugs, lots of drugs- heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana - illegal immigrants, potential terrorists - almost certainly terrorists - are pouring into the US, primarily by way of the 350 miles of broken border with Mexico. Yet Michael Chertoff has been cutting Arizona's funds to combat the onslaught by tens of millions of dollars for each of the past three years. Why? Isn't it because the Bush Administration has directed him to do so? You can't tell me that the Mexican government has not had a hand in how we are failing to secure our borders. Because they have. Anyone watching this play out knows Bush is in bed with the Mexican government. The signs all along have been clear and obvious.

What is especially egregious about this failure to act to secure our borders, is that our government itself, irrespective of political parties, is deeply committed to erasing the borders between the US and Mexico and Canada. The current Bush administration is simply following the NAU game plan. A plan so entrenched in the various departments of State, Finance, Education, Security, etc, that Bush can and has begun to flaunt his contempt for the American people and American values, while pretending to be this (quasi) Christian leader who knows what is best for our country.

He keeps such incompetents as ("Brownie, you're doin' a heck of a job")Brown, Chertoff, and Gonzales around, looking like wind-up toys for a very good reason: they're just suits. all the thinking has already been done (by the shadow elitists in the CFR, etc). No need to have someone competent running things, because competency in government would be counter-productive in a socialist regime. Sounds crazy, right? That's 'cause it is crazy.

American presidents have often been blamed for egregious errors. What makes Bush especially dangerous is that some part of him, even in the face of bi-partisan outcry and criticism, believes he is a man of destiny - and thus above reproach. Bush is the one who said, "If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."

They (the elites of government) have this heroic vision for America which, ironically, Americans keep messing up by refusing to go along with it. I have said before, and will say it again: they cannot pull off this treasonous caper without the willingness of Americans to go along with the program. Once they (the elites) see that it isn't going to work, then the gloves will come off, and we will begin to see the real face of tyranny.

So whatever you do, however you are affected, keep in mind: if we refuse to give our consent, they will not succeed.

Let's give Tex and the Texicans reason to sing a different tune.

As to those illegals who are holed-up in our churches? Arrest the pastors, rectors, monsignors - whoever won't turn them over on demand, throw them in jail. That'll put an end to that nonsense.

Pardon Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean!

trackposted to Black Velvet