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Thread: crackdown on minute-men..

  1. #1
    Sinema takes on the Minutemen

    She isn't even suggesting that nothing needs to be done about illegal immigration! She's just hinting that the Minutemen who're dressing up in camouflage and reflector sunglasses and packing heat are a bunch of cowardly scumbags.

    What Sinema's calling "A Bill to Protect Private Persons From Domestic Terrorism and Other Potential Violent Activity" (what a title!), the proposal recommends that anyone "not affiliated with a local, state, or federal law enforcement entity" who's busted at the border with a firearm be fined $100,000 and sentenced to no less than six months in the poky.

    You go, girl! The Bird would go even further -- maybe like sentencing such vigilantes to walk from the Mexican border to Phoenix in the company of the Mexican people they despise in the middle of July.

    With an anti-immigration wingnut like Pearce and a player of racial politics like Napolitano huffing and puffing up such stupidity, Sinema's bill seems entirely rational, at least.

    Sinema's bill would be a a kick in the pants to local police to arrest the Minutemen mo-fos for impersonating officers of the law -- which's always been illegal.

    "I've been monitoring the Minutemen for a year now," Sinema told The Bird, "and they're just scary."

    Sinema pointed to the group's ties to neo-Nazis and white supremacists (which aren't necessarily the same thing) as reason number one why the vigilante group needs to be eighty-sixed from border patrolling.

    "Race-based tactics always lead to violence," she insisted. "Remember, the Ku Klux Klan was the first-ever group to patrol the border between the U.S. and Mexico back in the '70s."

  2. #2
    Sinema takes on the Minutemen

    She isn't even suggesting that nothing needs to be done about illegal immigration! She's just hinting that the Minutemen who're dressing up in camouflage and reflector sunglasses and packing heat are a bunch of cowardly scumbags.

    What Sinema's calling "A Bill to Protect Private Persons From Domestic Terrorism and Other Potential Violent Activity" (what a title!), the proposal recommends that anyone "not affiliated with a local, state, or federal law enforcement entity" who's busted at the border with a firearm be fined $100,000 and sentenced to no less than six months in the poky.

    You go, girl! The Bird would go even further -- maybe like sentencing such vigilantes to walk from the Mexican border to Phoenix in the company of the Mexican people they despise in the middle of July.

    With an anti-immigration wingnut like Pearce and a player of racial politics like Napolitano huffing and puffing up such stupidity, Sinema's bill seems entirely rational, at least.

    Sinema's bill would be a a kick in the pants to local police to arrest the Minutemen mo-fos for impersonating officers of the law -- which's always been illegal.

    "I've been monitoring the Minutemen for a year now," Sinema told The Bird, "and they're just scary."

    Sinema pointed to the group's ties to neo-Nazis and white supremacists (which aren't necessarily the same thing) as reason number one why the vigilante group needs to be eighty-sixed from border patrolling.

    "Race-based tactics always lead to violence," she insisted. "Remember, the Ku Klux Klan was the first-ever group to patrol the border between the U.S. and Mexico back in the '70s."

  3. #3
    i didnt know the kkk onced patroled the border..ive always said that the kkk=minute-men.

  4. #4
    Jena,

    You are filled with hatred and self righteousness. Why direct your anger at people who are merely trying to help officials enforce the law. Why do you refuse to accept that our country's laws apply to you? Is it because you know deep down inside that the real enemy of the Mexican people is not the U.S. government but the Mexican government?

    Your masquerade of righteousness hides what must be an inordinate amount of self –loathing, as you must realize that all over your energy should really be spent in Mexico changing and fighting the inept system that helps perpetuate poverty and corruption.

    Perhaps you should go to Mexico's southern border and witness the atrocities that occur when a say an illegal immigrant from Honduras tries to cross the border to Mexico without inspection. Indeed the Mexican border patrol makes our border patrol and minutemen seem quite benign.

    Please look inside yourself and point your hatred where it belongs: at your own country.

  5. #5
    Am in need of help...anyone knows which place i should post this...my problem is how to process my forms

  6. #6
    Someone12
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    The Minutemen are true patriots, whereas Sinema is a desperate cow who knows nothing about American laws. Keep munchin'those bon-bons.

  7. #7
    Sinema for president in '08..she's a very pretty smart charismatic young ,strong woman hat will fight for whats right...

    With oil price at an all time high, sinama is hoping that arizona democratic lawmakers will take over the state houuses and sinema will be able to pass and enac her wonderfull bill tha would protect us from domestic terrorist groups like the minue-men.

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