Arrest Those Illegals!

May 6, 2010 at 9:30 pm (Immigration, News, Obama, Opinion, Politics)

Everyone wants to make a huge deal about this border scenario, but it’s very simple.  If you’re here illegally, no one owes you anything and you should be deported.  Hey, just saying it like it is.  But what about the illegals who have been here and raised families? Oh well.  Hate it for you.

Look, it’s really simple. I’ve lived here all of my life, but if I break a law, then I go to jail.  They don’t give a rats behind if I have a family at home.  If I get arrested for DUI, I go to jail.  My kids go to the nearest, most capable relative.  Whether your intentions were honorable or not, breaking the law has consequences.  So I’m a little confused why people are so upset.

Then you have the people that are resting on the “Oh they’re going to pull people over simply because they’re Hispanic which is racial profiling.”  First, the law that Arizona is trying to implement specifically addresses that deed as specifically unlawful.  But let’s face it, if Bubba Cop wants to pull you over now because he “don’t like no Mexicans“, then Bubba’s going to come up with some bogus excuse to pull you over anyway, law or not.  And that’s happening right now.   And again, it still applies to everyone.  If Bubba pulls me over and I have 3 people in my car with blood shot eyes and giggling like they just orgasamed, and my car smells like pot, there are going to be questions. One of which will probably be “Can I see your papers” if I happen to have Jose with me.

But again, we’re talking about a border state here.  A state that is having major problems with illegal immigrants coming into the state and sucking their taxpayers dry. They go to their hospitals, using all of the states resources and just continue to drain Arizona taxpayers and they quite simply have had enough.  The primary people who are complaining are the ones who are illegal, know someone who is illegal, or has someone living in their house that is illegal.

You can say all that you want, but this argument is very cut and dry. Break the law and go to jail or in this case, get deported.  If you’re here illegally and go to the hospital, taxpayers pay for that bill.  Your kids go to the public schools which are already overcrowded and those children get to attend the schools on the taxpayers dime.  I get how life is hard and that the kids shouldn’t suffer, but can no one really come up with a true solution to this?

What about amnesty? What about it.  Amnesty simply says, “Oh, you broke our laws. You’re so silly. You’re a bad boy. Don’t ever do that again, ok? Here’s your papers so that you can continue to bleed your state dry of the resources that we had originally set aside for the Americans that have paid taxes all of their lives, but we have all of this extra just lying around, so here you go.”  I’m all about civil as I mentioned in my last post, but you can’t ignore the facts of this either.  At some point you have to rip off the band aid even if it hurts like hell.

The racial profiling part of this discussion is simply a diversion. Profiling happens every day already to whites, blacks, Hispanics, Indians, Middle Easterners and the list goes on and on. Happens everywhere and not just here in the land of the free.  Get over it.   10 million illegals spending just one dollar a day of taxpayers money is 10 million dollars a day.  And that my friend is a national crisis that has been avoided for way too long.


1 Comment

  1. rightwingwarrior said,

    It’s so true.

    What’s more, the law specifically states that cops have to have a reasonable suspicion. I keep hearing people say that this phrase is vague, but in legal terms it’s actually very specific. The cop has to have reason to believe that you’re here illegally just to ask for your papers. Looking like a Mexican isn’t enough! Instead, police have to look at the totality of the circumstances. If you act suspiciously, then you’re going to get questioned. Likewise if you don’t speak English. However, nobody is going to be profiled exclusively based on their phenotypes.

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