Read This If You Care About Illegal Immigration - Latest reports state that there are somewhere between 11 and 14 million illegal immigrants in America.
Some politicians want to grant all illegal immigrants amnesty, full immediate citizenship.
About 75 percent of Americans do not support granting amnesty to illegal immigrants. In fact, there is a citizen group called Minutemen that organized to help patrol troubled areas of our southern U.S. border where thousands of illegals cross into America every day. This is an all-volunteer citizens group that has grown into a large voice that will be heard during the next election.
How many people does this group hope to attract over the next few months?
Recently the founder Jim Gilchrist said, "This is not a racial cause, it is a rule of law cause." Further, Gilchrist reported that the volunteer group will make a 12 city visit ending with a large Minuteman rally in Washington D.C. May 12. The group will stop at Crawford, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Abilene Texas; Little Rock, Arkansas; Memphis, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; Montgomery, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; Richmond, Virginia, ending at Washington D.C. May 12.
Perhaps our elected officials in Washington will notice the support for this group election.
The way I see it, we need a Minuteman group in Florida. Makes me wonder why someone has not called to form a Florida Chapter.
Going to Washington on the 12th of May?
I wonder how much national press coverge will be devoted to this Minuteman protest as compared to recent protests favoring illegal immigration! I doubt you would find flag waving of other nations above the American flag during the Minutemen March and you probably would not notice our national anthem sung in any language other than English.
Minuteman T-shirts and hats?
Surely, there is a T-shirt place that has those items for purchase.
We are living in an historic time in American history.
Next President Of The U.S.A. - When you think about it, both Democrats and Republicans have difficult decisions to make when deciding who would make the best candidate for the presidency.
Democrats might lean towards the far-left and support the liberal Hollywood agenda and pick Hillary Clinton as a candidate, or they might favor a charismatic new face, much like John Edwards, as a candidate. Republicans might support the ever-waiting Sen. John McCain of Arizona, or they might favor, and this might surprise some folks, Newt Gingrich.
There are other names that could be mentioned, such as Rudy Guiliani and John Kerry, but it is likely that those potential candidates have little interest in this election cycle.
Hillary Clinton versus Newt Gingrich?
Wow, what a match-up for 2008.
Iran, Chad, Venezuela And Russia? - Those are the large international players in the oil business that are helping to push oil prices to records highs. Imagine, if you will, a tiny place like Chad forcing large companies, like Exxon, Texaco, etc., to cower in fear of government-owned oil reprisals. Exxon was reportedly forced out of Venezuela, while other oil companies were forced to comply with new oil terms. Russia has forced other nations to allow oil distribution services to be controlled by . . . Russia (who also owns the country's oil business.)
We Americans must become less dependent on outside oil reserves. We are just beginning to feel the sting of high oil and gas prices at the fuel pump. Worse, we are being held hostage by places like Venezuela.
Ironically it was not long ago when we thought $2 per gallon gas was expensive. In the near future we may think $4 per gallon is reasonable. Blame U.S. oil corporations? Perhaps yes, but the real culprits(s) are Russia, Chad, Venezuela and Iran (who want to build nuclear bombs and threaten the U.S.)
Best Public Schools In America - Florida has been ridiculed for not spending more money on education. However, if you examine the latest ranking of "Best Public Schools" you would find Florida is well represented. In fact, it was surprising to notice some states that did not have one public school make the top 50 list. Here are some of the cities with top ranked public schools:
Some states without one top ranked public school? Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, W. Virginia, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Georgia.
Well done, Florida.
No, I Was Not Drinking - Rep. Patrick (D-R.I.) hit a roadway barrier while driving in Washington D.C. at about 3 a.m.
Two police officers noticed Kennedy staggering as he left his vehicle. The police called to report the incident and were told by senior officials to leave the scene. Two capitol cops arrived and drove Kennedy home. No drug or alcohol tests were taken by the police prior to taking Kennedy home.
"I consumed no alcohol," said Kennedy the next day after a restful sleep. "I took medicine."
End of story for another Kennedy cover-up.
There are folks in Washington who would like to know who made the decision to tell the police to leave the scene and not test Kennedy, much like what would happen to any other citizen in the same circumstance.
Imagine hitting a roadway barrier at 3 a.m. and the worst thing that happens to you is a free ride home by the police. No alcohol or drug test even though you were staggering.
Preferred treatment for yet another Kennedy?
I way I see it, the good folks in Rhode Island must drink the same water as the people in Massachusetts to keep re-electing the Kennedys.
Not really, but imagine if it was Karl Rove (and not protected by the capitol police!) The media would have a feeding frenzy and the official would have been booked.
Did you read much about this incident involving Patrick Kennedy in major news sources? Probably not, but most of you good folks already know the agenda to protect far-left liberals in elected office.
Reputation - You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do. - Henry Ford
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