Why are these liberals going silly over Obama? Because he is telling them what they want to hear, from Iraq to socialized medicine.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 8.02.2008 @ 10:52
Well written Rick!Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 2.02.2008 @ 19:09
Happy birthday Rick. We appreciate your blog very much!Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 24.09.2007 @ 10:24
You do not give Iran the benefit of the doubt. You can't!
I'm not staying that we shoul drop bombs today. However, negotiations will be hard because many countries won't along.
Where are these sites? We don't know for sure.
It's a tough call but that's why we elect presidents. We elect them to make these tough calls and this is one of the toughest since Truman dropped the bomb.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 18.09.2007 @ 09:39
The American left has been on dope since the 1960s. We saw more evidence of that over the weekend.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 17.09.2007 @ 08:51
This "requires the willing suspension of disbelief."Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 13.09.2007 @ 12:00
The General won Monday's round. The General also got a huge windfall from the Moveon.org idiots who can not contain their insanity.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 10.09.2007 @ 16:04
I understand that you were having a little fun....but there is a lot of truth to your point. OBL's rant would fit well in the Kos site.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 9.09.2007 @ 08:02
Glad to see Fred in.
What's next? Ron Paul and Mike Gravel should have a debate on the Science Fiction Channel hosted by Dr. Spock. After that, they should go back to their homes.Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 6.09.2007 @ 09:55
Who gives Pres. Felipe Calderon advice on US-Mexico immigration issues? It must be the same one who told people to march with Mexican flags and "you stole California" placards!
Normally, we like Pres. Calderon. We support his overall objectives on the war on drug cartels and share his conservative views on economics.
Over the weekend, Pres. Calderon had to deal with an immature left that can not get over the 2006 election. (Let's call them the "Howard Dean Mexicans"!)
During his "informe", Pres. Calderon made some interesting comments about improving the Mexican economy. He called for more private investment and job creation.
So far so good!
Unfortunately, Pres. Calderon blasted raids and other measures being taken by the Bush administration to control the chaotic illegal immigration north of the border. (Mexico Blasts U.S. Immigration Policies)
Here is the problem. Mexico is hypocritical on the subject of illegal immigration. (Mexico bars immigrants from thousands of jobs)
Mexico is not an easy country for immigrants!
Here is the second problem:
"If Mexico wants to dictate our immigration policy to us, letâ€™s follow their example to the letter. That example is particularly relevant on this further day of protests demanding amnesty for illegals.
Among the demonstrators in at least 60 cities nationwide will undoubtedly be thousands of border lawbreakers.
What would Mexico do?
The answer is easy: deport them on the spot.
In 2002, a dozen American college students, in Mexico legally, participated peacefully in an environmental protest against a planned airport outside of Mexico City. They swiftly found themselves deported as law-breakers for interfering in Mexicoâ€™s internal affairs." (What Would Mexico Do with Protesting Illegals?)
What should Mexico do? Stop blaming the US because Mexicans can not make it in Mexico.
At the end of the day, US immigration laws are no different than those of most countries. Most countries, and specially Mexico, have rules about deporting those who violate immigration laws.
Again, the problem is Mexico. Illegal immigration will stop when Mexico becomes more attractive to Mexicans.
We will forgive Pres. Calderon this time. We understand that he is under extreme pressure and must work with immature leftists who are out of control. However, someone must tell Pres. Calderon that he is not helping the cause by blasting the US for enforcing immigration laws!Comment Posted By Silvio Canto, Jr. On 4.09.2007 @ 15:20
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