“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Friday, May 15, 2009

Killing little girls that Americans won't kill

Remember when George Bush told us that illegal aliens were here only to do the crappy jobs Americans wouldn't do? As we've seen countless times since then, that's not all they are doing.....

From Michelle Malkin's site...

Despite repeated trips through Douglas County’s criminal justice system, Eleazar Rangel-Ochoa wasn’t identified as an illegal immigrant until this week, after he was accused of causing a crash in west Omaha that killed 4-year-old Josie Bluhm.

It was unclear exactly how Rangel-Ochoa’s immigration status went undetected after so many court appearances and revocations of his driving privileges. But part of the reason was the inability to thoroughly check his documentation the first time he walked into the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.

Illegal alien apologists constantly bleat that it's a drunk driving issue and not an immigration issue. My argument is that, but for the government's abject failure to deport illegals when they commit their first crime, little girls like Josie Bluhm would be alive. There are deportation laws on the books that routinely go ignored by authorities because of political pressure. The US is supposed to be a nation of laws...when those laws are intentionally ignored, how is that in itself not a crime? And when that willful disregard for the law results in the death of a little girl, how are those who failed to enforce the laws not responsible?

When it comes to waterboarding terrorists, liberals are all about abiding by the rule of law. When it comes to preventing the senseless deaths of little girls by enforcing immigration law, not so much.

1 comment:

David said...

There is right and there is wrong, good and evil. Almost always easily recognized but unfortunately almost always obscurred by politics.

I fell on sword recently to fire an employee. In the end my plea was ignored and the employee, who is a sleazy, dishonest, and lazy person, remains and I'm left questioning this "justice".

One word comes to mind: Betrayed.