Gay Patriot Header Image

The End of the USA

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 11:20 am - March 30, 2006.
Filed under: Illegal Immigration,National Politics

The New Map of North America in the eyes of the illegal immigration activists. (courtesy Polipundit)

Call your Senators today!

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

Share

42 Comments

  1. It’s weird that the senate folded faster than Superman on laundry day for the ports deal, but they are oblivious to public outrage over illegal immigration.

    I think we should let the GOP know, No Border Enforcement = No GOP Majority.

    Comment by V the K — March 30, 2006 @ 11:32 am - March 30, 2006

  2. Nothing like some good ole fashion bigotry mapping hysteria.

    Comment by Robert Bayn — March 30, 2006 @ 1:49 pm - March 30, 2006

  3. Well, we still have Puerto Rico!

    Comment by Patrick (Gryph) — March 30, 2006 @ 2:04 pm - March 30, 2006

  4. I think the senators seem to be worried that te immigration bill might seem anti-hispanic and loose them votes, hence the feet dragging and the incoherent mumbling.

    Comment by Rix — March 30, 2006 @ 2:18 pm - March 30, 2006

  5. Does this mean Vera has to sell off her collection of Jim Bowie knives and Davy Crocket coonskin caps and sell her stock in Alamo rent-a-car?

    Can’t we just give them Canada instead?

    As the Canadians are always crowing about their socialized health care and Olympian hockey teams, Vera thinks it’s only fair.

    Comment by Vera Charles — March 30, 2006 @ 3:19 pm - March 30, 2006

  6. As Vera may have noticed, the Canadians never boast about their climate, or more to the point when a person is planning to immigrate, their economy. As a matter of fact – their hang-meat-around-their-neck-so-the-dogs-will-play-with-them immigration policies are an acknowledgemnt of how promiscuous they have to be to get anyone to play at all.

    Here’s a hypothetical – given that English is the language of success in thei hemisphere, and that Spanish has only in the last couple three geenrations become truly widespread in Mexico, and can just as easily recede, and how US banking norms and business norms and legal norms are the skillset one needs to win in this modern age, how long before the map looks the same way with just one name change?

    Comment by Jim — March 30, 2006 @ 4:40 pm - March 30, 2006

  7. Anyone who defends illegal immigration under the racial banner of protecting ‘those’ people are in effect defending slavery.

    Comment by syn — March 30, 2006 @ 6:51 pm - March 30, 2006

  8. I agree with V the K, #1.

    It’s totally unrealistic to think that we could deport 12 million illegal aliens (if Congress could ever agree to that) but it isn’t unrealistic to demand that our government control the borders and halt the flow of additional illegal aliens.

    What does worry me about the illegals already here is how many of them are voting in our elections. I know that a study in Ohio found a number of illegals registered in 2004; I assume it’s much worse in states closer to the Mexican border. I used to oppose the idea, but now I support a national photo ID card for citizens.

    And I am puzzled by talk of enacting a law to punish employers who hire illegals. I thought we already had such a law. The last time I changed jobs, in 1993, I couldn’t start work until I provided my new employer proof that I was either a citizen or a non-citizen legally in the country. (I finally had to get my birth certificate out of the safe deposit box.) I was told it was a federal requirement.

    Comment by Jack Allen — March 30, 2006 @ 7:53 pm - March 30, 2006

  9. If Ann Coulter didn’t hate fags as much as she does, I would swear that she writes for this blog.

    Comment by Sassy — March 30, 2006 @ 9:52 pm - March 30, 2006

  10. Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amazing that our government can track a cow born in Canada almost three years ago, right to the stall where she sleeps in the state of Washington. And they tracked her calves to their stalls. But they are unable to locate 20 million illegal aliens wandering around our country. Maybe we should give them all a cow.

    Comment by jbc — March 30, 2006 @ 10:45 pm - March 30, 2006

  11. #10: “Maybe we should give them all a cow.”

    Better yet, let’s treat them like the cattle they are: brand ’em and keep ’em in stalls before we milk ’em for all they’re worth and/or slaughter them. I happen to be an immigrant myself, a legal one, not that that would make any difference if my skin were brown.

    Well, keep it up. The last time there was a lot of immigrant-bashing, there were a lot of green-carders like me who decided enough was enough and we would become naturalized so we could VOTE. And it sure wasn’t for the immigrant-bashers!

    Comment by Ian — March 30, 2006 @ 11:38 pm - March 30, 2006

  12. Ian, #11, we’re not talking about immigrants. Except for Native Americans, we’re all here because of immigration.

    We’re talking about illegal aliens who are in the United States in violation of our laws. Our borders should be closed to illegal aliens but always open to those who legally immigrate…be they white, brown, black or yellow.

    Comment by Jack Allen — March 31, 2006 @ 2:37 am - March 31, 2006

  13. Cuz Mexicans aren’t really human beings. Not like Americans are.

    Jack Allen, that’s simplistic. You think that the only reason the undocumented are here is because they’re too lazy to go through the process?

    Comment by God of Biscuits — March 31, 2006 @ 2:51 am - March 31, 2006

  14. Nothing like some good ole fashion bigotry mapping hysteria.

    Nothing like worthless ass clowns like you, Ian and GOB making it a racial issue, as liberal fucktards are wont to do.

    #11
    I should think that, if you went about it legally, would be offended by those who skip to the front of the line without going through the beauracracy. But then again, nothing bothers the mindless liberal.

    Further, regarding the worn out “bigotry” & “racist” memes, nobody seems to have a problem with those immigrants who go through the legal hoops. Just those who BREAK THE LAW to do it.

    This further shows that libs A) Don’t give a shit about the laws and 2)Will make EVERYTHING about race for their own political “gains”.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — March 31, 2006 @ 5:46 am - March 31, 2006

  15. Way to ignore the real issues of illegal immigration, Gob. Forget our over-crowded schools, forget urban sprawl, forget our over-stressed social services, forget about our strained health care systems, forget about preserving the environment, forget about traffic congestion… in fact, forget about all the social problems liberals are always whining about, but are too in love with the smell of their own farts to see how adding a million illegal aliens a year to the population makes all of those problems worse.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 6:20 am - March 31, 2006

  16. Anyone remember when it used to piss off liberals when the wealthy would exploit the impoverished for cheap labor? Now, it’s exactly the justification the left uses to support illegal immigration.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 6:32 am - March 31, 2006

  17. #12: “We’re talking about illegal aliens ”

    So, Jack, are you saying only illegal aliens should be treated like cattle?

    Look, we don’t need walls or army patrols at the border. Enforce existing law and make voluntary programs like “Basic Pilot” (see http://tinyurl.com/qu8so) mandatory. Unfortunately, such attempts to make it extremely difficult for illegals to find work will not go over well with many of the deep pockets who fund the GOP because they WANT that cheap labor.

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 8:48 am - March 31, 2006

  18. Ah, our morning serving of Spam from Ignorant and nauseating.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 9:22 am - March 31, 2006

  19. “Anyone who defends illegal immigration under the racial banner of protecting ‘those’ people are in effect defending slavery. ”

    Thank you, Syn! You always hear illegal immigration defended with ” Well what will strawberries cost…?” God forbid people should have to pay a fair price for the work it takes to make the goods they consume.

    People aren’t illegal because they are lazy. Illegals walk 60 or 70 miles in the Sonora Desert in August, and frequently die, not because they are lazy, but because they can’t get legal status – and that starts with documents, first of all from their own racist, exploitive, canaibalistic Mexican government. Without passports from their own government, there is no passport to put the work visa into. See how that works?

    And since illegal workers are the low cost option, much more profitable than legal alien workers could ever be, there is absolutely no political interest in our Congress to remedy the situation. And the cynical ghouls who benefit can count on the kumbaya chorus in the Archdiocese of LA, for instance, to provide them political cover.

    It’s a sweet, sweet deal, because after all “Cuz Mexicans aren’t really human beings. Not like Americans are.”

    Then we have Ian the mind reader, who brings his European racism and dysfunction to the discussion with “I happen to be an immigrant myself, a legal one, not that that would make any difference if my skin were brown”. It might matter to all the brown-skinned Border atrol and ICE and CIS employees, you ignorant-ass Saxon. (Pardon my language, the rest of you, I didn’t mean to an ethnic slur, but it just fits so well.) Moron.
    Ever going to bother learning anything about this country?

    Comment by Jim — March 31, 2006 @ 11:57 am - March 31, 2006

  20. I love Ian’s logic: people should be allowed to immigrate illegally, but they should be prevented from finding work.

    Unfortunately, what Ian “forgot” to add is a law barring illegal immigrants from accessing government-provided services, like schools and welfare.

    You see, his plan is simple: once the illegals are here, since they can’t work, he’ll trap them on welfare. Once they’re dependent on him, he can manipulate them to vote however he wants.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — March 31, 2006 @ 12:20 pm - March 31, 2006

  21. #19: Gee Jim, I guess I struck a nerve. You sure make a lot of assumptions about immigrants like me don’t you? You can’t see me or listen to my accent, so you make certain inferences (presumably from the name by which I post.) So thanks for making my exact point. BTW, I’m not from Europe. I shudder to imagine your response had I used the name Abdullah.

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 1:22 pm - March 31, 2006

  22. Sassy “If Ann Coulter didn’t hate fags as much as she does, I would swear that she writes for this blog.”

    Wow, and I thought HowieDean and MikeRogers wrote comments under a bevvy of names here. Go figure?

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — March 31, 2006 @ 1:31 pm - March 31, 2006

  23. #20: And Jim accused ME of mind reading. LOL!

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 1:35 pm - March 31, 2006

  24. If I ever needed a reason to regard the illegal population of Los Angeles with disdain…

    That f*cking billboard that screamed, “Los Angeles, USA MEXICO does the trick nicely….

    Especially when I go into Walgreen’s to buy cigarettes, and the clerk’s accent is damned thick, I can’t understand a word she says.

    Or when the county jails erupt into a week of violence because the mexican gangbangers don’t want to be housed with blacks or whites,

    Or when my sister-in-law, who HAS INSURANCE, has to sit in a packed emergency room for 18 hours, because every spanish-speaking family in the Valley is there for a sore throat, cough, or gunshot wound.

    Or when my car gets hit in a parking lot, the guy takes off (but I get his plate #), he’s caught later, and determined to be an unlicensed, uninsured illegal alien.

    Or when I go to Home Depot to buy a f*cking toilet seat, and as soon as I park my (gas-hungry) SUV, I’m literally mobbed a pack of migrants asking if I need help with anything. The looks I get as I repeatedly, but politely, say no, are simply priceless.

    I heard this morning that someone’s calling for a Non-Latino day on May 1. Glory Be, I just may spend that entire day out of the house, shopping at every store I find, and aimlessly cruising the freeways. ALL OF THEM.

    Eric in Hollywood

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 2:02 pm - March 31, 2006

  25. Or when my car gets hit in a parking lot, the guy takes off (but I get his plate #), he’s caught later, and determined to be an unlicensed, uninsured illegal alien.

    Ain’t just El Lay. Last year on my way to work, a couple of Edward James Olmos look-alikes in a beat up pick-up almost slammed into me head-on because they drove straight through an intersection in the left-turn only lane.

    It was in the news about two months ago that 30% of drivers in Maryland have no driver’s licenses.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 2:12 pm - March 31, 2006

  26. “It was in the news about two months ago that 30% of drivers in Maryland have no driver’s licenses.”

    30%?!?!?!? Are you serious? Holy crap…I’d hate to see what the figure is out here.

    My next car’s gonna be a Hummer H2 with a steel cow-catcher on the front. That’d be about the only vehicle I’d feel safe in with numbers like those.

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 2:31 pm - March 31, 2006

  27. Did I, or did not I not say, that America was too overpopulated to support a million illegal immigrants a year. Rents to Increase as Apartment Markets Tighten Across Southern California:

    Overall, almost 97 percent of apartments in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties are currently rented and those occupancy rates should remain steady this year. Rent increases of six to seven percent can be expected in Los Angeles where the average monthly rent at the end of last year was $1,416.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 2:59 pm - March 31, 2006

  28. “(presumably from the name by which I post.)”

    No, actually, Ian – it was more from the witlessly condescending tone you used. Very British. Very clueless.

    As for striking a nerve; hardly. Striking a nerve would call for more of a response.

    I don’t know what point of yours I made, since you don’t really have had one other than that there is some insurmountable bias here against “brown” people regardless of their legal status delivered in a holier-than-thou tone from someone claiming to be an immigrant. If that’s the case. So what was your point? Do you remember what it was supposed to be?

    Comment by Jim — March 31, 2006 @ 3:26 pm - March 31, 2006

  29. “Especially when I go into Walgreen’s to buy cigarettes, and the clerk’s accent is damned thick, I can’t understand a word she says.”

    There’s a lot of that ging around. I had a similar experience in Georgia once, but the woman was a native speaker of English – sort of.

    Comment by Jim — March 31, 2006 @ 3:29 pm - March 31, 2006

  30. #28 — Your mistake is in assuming that Ignorant and nauseating even has a point. He’s a self-proclaimed Democrat shill with no interest in honest debate.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 3:33 pm - March 31, 2006

  31. But this business of amnesty has given me a great business idea. I want to go into business selling alcoholic beverages to minors, or, as I like to call them, “undocumented adults.” Because I think there’s a lot of liquor out there that the over-21 crowd just won’t drink.

    The pro-Amnesty argument is based on 1.) promoting commerce by disregarding the law, and 2.) the supposed futility of enforcing existing laws. Since my business idea is in line with both of those philosophies, how could anyone possibly object to it?

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 3:42 pm - March 31, 2006

  32. #28 Bzzzzzt. Not British either. BTW, you called me a racist; my brown inlaws would differ on that point. But since you obviously consider yourself an expert on the subject, I’d be interested in your thoughts on the blogger who would tout caption contests like this http://tinyurl.com/gf8pk or this http://tinyurl.com/f84qv . Hmm?

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 4:11 pm - March 31, 2006

  33. “BTW, you called me a racist;” (ONly if you are admitting to be ing European now.)

    You and everyone else in the world; on the charge of racism I have found that most people are guilty till proven innocent. (Tribalism is the default setting in human nature. Some work out of out, most don’t.) People who make broadbrush mind-reading generalizations about entire large nations are not helping their case. People who think there is any merit in having an illegal underclass of workers who can be paid half for the same work on threat of summary deportation are not helping their case. And if you think that brown in-laws are proof you are not racist, you might school yourself by hitting some of the numerous mail order bride websites.

    Note on the brown in-laws comment – we as a nation worked through this one long before your time, but there was a time when “But some of my best friends are black” was a joking reference to gentile racism.

    Comment by Jim — March 31, 2006 @ 5:49 pm - March 31, 2006

  34. The fact that Ian links to “tinyurl.com” so many times is, in and of itself, the best reason I can think of NOT to click on it.

    If I wanted to read leftist propaganda, I’d go back and dust off my college edition of “The Communist Manifesto.”

    If I wanted bullshit, I’d use the “Chimperor Bushitler’s” illegal phone-tapping software and listen to Ian’s phone callse for a few hours.

    Marxism. The Anti-Intellect Drug.

    Eric in Disgust.

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 7:14 pm - March 31, 2006

  35. #33: So you have no comment on “the blogger who would tout caption contests like this http://tinyurl.com/gf8pk or this http://tinyurl.com/f84qv .” It figures.

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 9:23 pm - March 31, 2006

  36. #34: “the best reason I can think of NOT to click on it.”

    Gee, I’m shocked!! You’re sounding like a petrified bedwetter too scared of exposure to something besides the usual wingnut talking points. The links BTW, are to a blog by one of your own, so don’t fret. For some reason, no one seems to want to comment on that blog’s content to which I linked.

    Comment by Ian — March 31, 2006 @ 9:47 pm - March 31, 2006

  37. I don’t give a shit who wrote the blog, nor did I say so, sweetie…

    The fact that a moonbat links me to it only indicates your fervent desire to twist WHATEVER it says into the bizzare reality you’ve decided to climb into bed with. I can’t argue with the insane, RP McMurphy, so give it a up, cool?

    ” You’re sounding like a petrified bedwetter too scared of exposure to something besides the usual wingnut talking points.”

    If anyone’s afraid of wetting the bed, sweetie, it’s the withering little shits like you who’ve chosen to be life’s victims.

    I’m begging you right now, Ian…

    Don’t let this little tiff entice you into escalating a flame war. I guaran-goddamned-tee you neither of us will win this.

    I’ll let it go right here if you do, okie schmokies?

    Eric in a holding pattern

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 10:20 pm - March 31, 2006

  38. And don’t be so quick to jump full-assed into the “Cuckoo’s Nest” reference, either…

    RP McMurphy was a coward who refused both to pay his debt to society and to take responsibility personally for his actions.

    I always thought you were bigger than that fictionaly character, so don’t let me down.

    Eric in the wings

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 10:24 pm - March 31, 2006

  39. Shit, Dawg, I’ve done way more offensive stuff than that. Like, this one

    or this one
    and this one,
    and of course this one.

    Comment by V the K — March 31, 2006 @ 10:35 pm - March 31, 2006

  40. The Viking Kitten is just ACHING to be taken out and partied ’till he curls up and vomits on the rug!!!!!!

    LOL!!!! 🙂

    Sometimes I just crack myself up, and other times my buddies do it for me!

    Eric in stitches

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — March 31, 2006 @ 10:40 pm - March 31, 2006

  41. VdaK, apparently you have not been to Syracuse, NY there is already a very brisk and lucrative business of selling unwanted alcoholic to undocumented adults. I suspect their is a similar brisk business in a number of other university cities. As I understand it the police do arrest these business owners because the prosecution is reluctant to press charges as corporate makers of such tasty beverages as Red, White, and Blue whose product and many like it keep the economy humming in good times and in bad.

    Comment by ralph — April 2, 2006 @ 11:25 pm - April 2, 2006

  42. Frankly what gets my goat are all those damn Canadiens applying to US schools taking up a valuable seat for one of more qualified own. Then they go out and get one of those high paying tech jobs making it harder for the everyday man to get a job. Maybe he can get into a community college but with all those baby boomers taking classes it is near impossible to go Plan B. Clearly grad school is now out of the question and now his uneducated butt is forced to go work in the fields, but the wages are depressed because all those people from the south came up to get some scratch, not a lot but clearly more than they would get workin on the farm back home. Screw that who wants to work the field all day for slave wages. And that is how this country came to be run by the Canadiens and worked by the Mexicans. On the plus side 46 million American who did not previously have health insurance are now covered.

    Comment by ralph — April 2, 2006 @ 11:37 pm - April 2, 2006

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.