Thursday, May 31, 2007

Man Eats Dog Meat To Protest Animal Cruelty

And you thought the idiot who burned his books to protest people not reading books was the King Of Stupidity. A British "performance artist", who also happens to be a vegetarian, ate some meatballs made from the meat of a dead Corgi to protest the British royal family's treatment of animals. I mean really, do I need to say any more? But here's the part of the story I like.
The BBC reported McGowan shared his meal with Yoko Ono, also on the Resonance FM radio program.
Crazy is as crazy does.
Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By Kathy

Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie
Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie
41 years old from Ann-Arbor, Michigan

Specialist Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie is a Iraqi American U.S. Army linguist soldier, from Ann-Arbor, Michigan who was kidnapped on October 23, 2006 in Baghdad and has not been seen since.

al-Taayie joined the Army in 2004 to help not only his country, the United States, but also his birthplace of Iraq and was deployed in 2005. On October 23, 2006 he was visiting his wife in the Karrada Shiite neighborhood in central Baghdad when he and his cousin were kidnapped by a group calling themselves Ahel al-Beit Brigades. His cousin was released shortly after. On November 2, 2006 al-Taayie's uncle received a ransom demand of $250,000 for his return. Along with the ransom came a grainy video that showed a man beaten up who was identified as al-Taayie. No more has been heard.

For more information on Ahmed Qusai al-Taayie you can go here

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, May 29, 2007


Finally, a winner. Sunny Kay correctly answered that Dup dor a'az Mubster is Vulcan for Live Long And Prosper and 47 is number that appears over and over throughout episodes of Star Trek.
Monday, May 28, 2007


And I'm proud to be an American,
where at least I know I'm free.
And I won't forget the man who died,
who gave that right to me.

To every man and woman who has served and is serving in the United States military, thank you for everything that you do and have done. And every man and woman who's given their life for the cause of freedom will never be forgotten.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Failed Policy

We hear day in and day out about President Bush's failed Iraq policy. It was wrong, it was carried out wrong, we should get out now. Funny thing is, the people who keep going with this rhetoric are the same one's who continue to turn a blind eye to the U.N.'s failed Darfur policy.
Now in its fourth year, the conflict has become the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and rape is its regular byproduct, U.N. and other human rights activists say.
Four years? Around about the same time we went into Iraq. Huh.
Saturday, May 26, 2007

Our REAL Enemy

Amnesty International has released it's 2006 report on human rights and it shows who the real evil people in the world are. Who would have thought they were worse than Iran, Saudi Arabia and Syria?
Credit: John
Friday, May 25, 2007

Star Wars

A Long Time Ago, well actually only 30 years ago, In A Galaxy Far, Far Away, actually not that far away, the greatest movie ever made premiered. For a Star Wars fan like myself, it would be almost sacrilegious not to acknowledge this day. And so, while I spend the next six hours watching the original trilogy, I leave you with one of the funniest videos I've ever seen.

Name That Tune

2008 presidential candidate, Hilary Clinton, is asking her supporters to vote on her campaign song. Some song included on the list are:

Suddenly I See - KT Tunstall
Rock This Country! - Shania Twain
Beautiful Day - U2
Get Ready - The Temptations
I'm a Believer - Smash Mouth

I noticed that some songs are missing. So, here are my suggestions for her campaign song:

Highway To Hell - AC/DC
(Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
You Talk Too Much - George Thurogood
Cold Hard Bitch - Jet
Lunatic Fringe - Red Rider
It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) - R.E.M.
Vacant - Sex Pistols
Running With The Devil - Van Halen
Dazed And Confused - Led Zeppelin
Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who

Gene Simmons Is Awesome

Greta sent me this link on an interview that Gene Simmons gave in which he talked about Iraq, Israel, President Bush, Hollywood idiots and his show on A&E.
Thursday, May 24, 2007

Women Aren't Real People, Part III

If you're a woman in Iran you might want to reconsider leaving your home without your veil. I headed over to Human Rights Watch and this was the closest they came to talking about this story. Amnesty International and the U.N. had nothing on it.
Credit: John
Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Wednesday Hero

Pfc. Joseph Allen Jeffries
Pfc. Joseph Allen Jeffries
21 years old from Beaverton, Oregon
Army Reserve’s 320th Psychological Operations Company
May 29, 2004

Below is all the information that could be found on Pfc. Joseph Jeffries.

Pfc. Jeffries was killed with two fellow soldiers, Capt. Daniel W. Eggers and Sgt. 1st Class Robert J. Mogensen, and an unnamed sailor, when their vehicle drove over an IED in Kandahar, Afghanistan. All four service members were attached to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force – Afghanistan. He is survived by his wife, Betsy, and his parents Mark and Linda Jeffries.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Monday, May 21, 2007

Ignoring Iran

CNN aired a repeat of Glenn Beck over the weekend in which he had a great "Real Story" segment. Below is the text of that.
First, welcome to "The Real Story." I want to remind you just a few of the stories that have made big headlines in the media over the last few months. We had the Virginia Tech shootings, we had Imus getting fired, Paris sentenced to prison, Anna Nicole`s baby needed after, Britney shaved her head, went into rehab, then got back out of rehab. Rosie O`Donnell said a bunch of insane things, then quit. David Hasselhoff got hammered and made a video. Alec Baldwin went off on his daughter. Miss USA partied too much. An astronaut went crazy, and Sanjaya was voted off "American Idol."

You know why everybody has spent so many hours infatuated with these stupid stories? It`s because they`re all about celebrities or violence or public embarrassment. And with a few exceptions, the stories themselves weren`t all that important. But what was important is that we kept watching like stupid zombies that we are.

We watch the news because they fed our hunger for entertainment. They played right into the narcissism that we talked about yesterday, the narcissism that is America, unfortunately, today.

Now, I hate to play Mr. Gloomy, you know, and I know I`m not going to set any ratings records for it. But the real story is, while we`re watching all this crap, our enemies aren`t going away. They`re not watching it. They`re not going away, just because we get distracted by the stories like the D.C. madam, which, by the way, was kind of a letdown, wasn`t it? Don`t you think ABC is kicking themselves, going, "What the hell happened to that story?"

Almost two months have passed since the U.N. passed any approved sanctions against Iran. And guess what? They haven`t stopped enriching uranium just because we stopped paying attention. In fact, surprise, the IAEA made a surprise inspection last Sunday and proved that they`re enriching more uranium than ever before.

According to inspectors, about 1,300 centrifuges were actively producing fuel during the inspector, another 600 in some stage of construction and, most frightening of all, a diplomat claims that a total of 8,000 centrifuges could be in place by the end of this year.

Let me put that into perspective, you know, for those of us that don`t have a do-it-yourself centrifuge kit: 3,000 centrifuges operating for one year could make enough nuclear material for you to make a bomb. You do the math on 8,000 of them. Good news is, the current uranium is only enriched to about 5 percent and weapons-grade uranium needs to be enriched about 90 percent. Bad news? Experts say Iran could do that in as little as four months, but there is one small problem.

I`ve been telling you about this for months. You know, we`ve been distracted by Paris Hilton. They have to evict the U.N. inspectors first. That`s the tipping point I told you to watch for. Once that happens, there is no doubt as to Iran`s true intentions and no doubt of what we or Israel will be forced to do to stop them. That is not good news.

The only question is whether we`ll all be too distracted by Lindsay Lohan`s next drinking binge to even notice.
Sunday, May 20, 2007

Attack Kills 14 Civilians In Afghanistan

A homicide bomber walked into a crowded market in Afghanistan and blew himself up killing 14 and wounding 31. It appears that a U.S. convoy was the intended target....?

Wait, I though the U.S. had abandoned Afghanistan. At least according to the media and Democrats in Congress. Huh.
Saturday, May 19, 2007


This is a fucked up situation this country is in and there's no real clear way out of it. How our government, past and present, has allowed this to happen is beyond me. And reading this Reuters story makes me sick. They make these criminals out to be heroes of some sort. What this bill does is tell the people who've worked hard to come to America legally "screw you, suckers". The amnesty infuriates me, but it's not like you can round up 20 million people when you don't even know who or where they are. And anyone who thinks you can is delusional.

They're going in reverse. First you tighten every access point into the country, make it a crime to hire illegals THEN you try to figure out what to do with those already here. What happened to the days when government actually cared about this country and it's people?


Won't Get Fooled Again

I knew I liked Roger Daltrey for a reason.
Bollocks to that! The last thing the planet needs is a rock concert. I can't believe it. Let's burn even more fuel.
This is what I said last month.

Though I know that the hypnotized never lie
Do ya?

More on the Live Earth farce.
Dr Keith Tovey, a climate change researcher from the University of East Anglia, estimated that the Wembley concert alone could churn out 3000 "tons" of carbon.
And there's eight more venues.
Friday, May 18, 2007

The Culture Of Corruption Continues?

There's a report that Rep. John Murtha(D) made a threat, that if true, would be a violation of House rules. I think Democrats need to take a step back and just chill. They're letting their anger really take over.

The Worst From Of Terrorism

I notice nowhere does he consider the rise in anti-semitism around the world to be bad in anyway bad.
Credit: John
Don't look so frightened
This is just a passing phase
One of my bad days
Thursday, May 17, 2007

More Yellow Than Blue

The DNC has announced it's debates. Two will be held on CNN and NBC and one will be held on ABC and CBS. Not one on FNC. You'd think that they'd want to go to the #1 cable news channel in the country. And according to Wikipedia, the GOP debates will be two on CNN, one on ABC, PBS, FNC and Iowa Public Television. Wow, Republican debates on MSNBC, CNN, PBS and ABC. Not very friendly places. I guess Republicans are trying to reach as many people as they can while Democrats want to preach to the choir.
Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By Cindy

Lance Cpl. Steven Chavez
Lance Cpl. Steven Chavez
20 years old from Hondo, New Mexico
2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force
March 14, 2007

Tears ran down cheeks and strong men choked back emotion as the city of Hondo, NM payed tribute to fallen Marine, Steven Chavez. LCpl. Chavez lost his life on March 14, 2007 in a non-combat incident in which he was accidentally shot.

Chavez enlisted in the Marine Cops. right after he graduated in 2005. "You pray and you pray that the day never comes, and then it does," said Novelda Chavez, Chavez's mother. "Your emotions are mixed — it’s not true, it’s a bad dream, a bad dream you never wake up from."

In a letter Chavez wrote before he was sent to Iraq, he wrote:
"First of all I would like to thank everyone for your support. When I'm home on leave and when I'm away. That is so important to me. Thank you for your kind, supporting words in your letters and for the packages I've received. Those are awesome.

I've been through some pretty hard times, in the short time I've been in the Marine Corp. None harder then what I'm about to face. Yes I'm scared; nothing is scarier than the uncertainty of what your future holds for you. I'm prepared to face whatever lies ahead.

I put my life in the hands of the Lord. And pray that He guides my fellow soldiers and I down a safe path, that He will calm our fears, and give us the strength to do the job we have been trained to do, and to do that job well.

There are many lonely nights, when you're lying in your bunk thinking of family and friends, wondering what they are doing at that very moment. Wondering what mom is cooking for supper. I can almost taste the tortillas on the griddle.

I want to say to all of you tonight, I wouldn't change one thing about my life.

I've never been more proud of the choices I made in my life than the day I graduated from basic drill instructor placed that Anchor, Globe and Eagle Pin in my hand I knew then I was a UNITED STATES MARINE!

I'm Proud to protect and serve My Country

I'm Proud to protect and serve My Community

I'm Proud to protect and serve you

Thank you so much for your Support. Keep those letters coming. Mail is a precious commodity when you're so far from Home.



These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

GOP Debate

Just a few notes on tonight's GOP debate.

I liked all the candidates. They were all pretty clear and well spoken. Even Ron Paul, at first. Then he goes and shots himself in the foot with his views on 9/11. If his candidacy isn't over after tonight, I'll be shocked.

Is Mitt Romney the John Kerry of the GOP? Perhaps. And I don't think he shined all that much. Too bland.

I still don't agree with McCain on interrogation.
I originally said that I agreed with McCain on the war 100%. That was a mistake. I agree with some aspects of his views, but it was either Hunter or Huckabee, can't remember which one, that I agreed with more. I'll have to wait until I can find a transcript to know which one it was.

Rudy got the biggest applause of the night. In a very Conservative state, no less.

I think McCain came off pretty good.

And I think Mike Huckabee really raised his status in this race.

I thought both Romney and Giuliani explained their views on abortion quite well. Abortions down and adoptions up in NYC while Rudy was Mayor.

Tommy Thompson looked like a deer in the headlights. He looked almost scared. Absolutely no personality. Is he the Al Gore of the GOP?

I thought Chris Wallace, Wendell Goler and Brit Hume asked fair, but tough questions. None of that "What Do You Hate About America" crap.

Mike Huckabee's Edwards joke was the soundbite of the night. "Spending like John Edwards at a beauty parlor". Priceless.

I think John McCain started out winning but Rudy slowly started to take over. And I think it began with his explanation of his views on abortion. He seemed to turn the tide after that.

However, I don't think he, Giuliani, explained his past views on immigration too well. He kind of danced around the question.

Back to Ron Paul. He seems a little short sighted on foreign policy. If we don't get involved, we'll be okay. That's the view we had before W.W.II

Can't remember who it was, Duncan Hunter I think, had some great views on global warming. He wasn't sure if man was the cause, but if we are he laid out what needs to be done.

Winners: Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee
Losers: Ron Paul and Tommy Thompson

Not a bad pre-primary debate. Will it change anyone's minds? Maybe for a few candidates.

Trap Set And Sprung

Why people continue to fall into Michael Moore's publicity stunts is beyond me. They have to know his tactics by now and yet the keep walking into them.

Artwork: Force Feed

My futile attempt to get back in the game.
Force Feed
Click Me

It's A Shame

This is a travesty. Something should be done. How can we, as good citizens, just sit back and let real life bite her on the ass? No telling what it could catch.

I'll repeat what I said on my Myspace page. I hope some big, butch dyke traps her in the shower and beats the hell out of her. Maybe it'll actually knock, pun intended, some sense into her.
Monday, May 14, 2007

Democrats Want Troop Withdraw

But are too cowardly to do it as a separate bill. Quick screwing the troops and draw up a withdraw bill without attaching it to funding or other crap.

Wise Sage Of The Day

"To know that you do not know is the best.
To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease."
Friday, May 11, 2007

I Need To Start Photoshopping Again

I wish I'd come up this that. Thanks, John.
Thursday, May 10, 2007

What's With These Questions?

First it was the ignorant questions asked at the MSNBC co-sponsored debate and now Mike Wallace, known Conservative hating Liberal. I mean really, what does a candidate having pre-marital sex have to do with running for president? I would say that questions to GOP candidates will only going to get worse, but you don't get much worse than "What do you hate about America?".
My house is full of these things. If one ever breaks, I'm screwed.

Apparently they're not that dangerous after all.

A Soldier Needs Our Help

I received the following email from a WHB member.
I don't often do this, but I need some help getting the word out about a local soldier who is in need. Chris Cooper Jr is currently stationed in Iraq. His father passed away from cancer last month, and the combination of loss of income, medical bills and funeral expenses has practically wiped the family's finances out. Cooper has had to take out a loan against his military pay to help pay for the funeral and other bills.

I have a post up at Lone Star Pundit about the Cooper family's plight:
Link 1

There is more info in the local newspaper, here:
Link 2

Would you be willing to send out a message to the Wednesday Hero blogroll, to see if anyone would be interested in carrying (or at least linking to) Cooper's story?

Much obliged!
So, if you have a blog or belong to a newsgroup or visit forums please link back to his post and help get the word out. Or email it to friends and family. These guys do so much for so many, I think we can give a little bit back.
Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Oklahoma & Illegal Immigration

Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry(D) has passed what is considered the most comprehensive immigration bill in the country. Under the new law, local law enforcement will be able to enforce federal immigration laws, employers who hire illegals will pay and they will not be able to fire a legal citizen for an illegal who will do the same job for less money. Honestly, I'm surprised that Henry signed it. I thought he'd wuss out and give into the pressure. Now, if only Bush and Congress would do the same.

Wednesday Hero

Spc. Josiah H. Vandertulip
Spc. Josiah H. Vandertulip
21 years old from Irving, Texas
2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division
October 14, 2004

Louise Vandertulip fussed at her son about his spending. He bought wild, overpriced hats that had flames on them or horns coming out of the top, she said.

While in Army basic training, he bought portraits of himself. His mother told him to save his money.

She's glad he didn't listen.

The hats and the pictures are all a part of her memories now.

Spc. Josiah H. Vandertulip was killed in Baghdad when his patrol came under small arms fire.

Josiah Vandertulip joined the Army right after his graduation from Irving High School in 2002. He spent a year in South Korea before being stationed at Texas' Fort Hood in February. Against his mother's advice, he volunteered to go to Iraq. She told him to wait, to go to college.

"When he was determined to do something in his heart, he would do it and hell or high water couldn't keep him from it," she said

By going, he knew someone else with a young family could be saved from serving, relatives said.

He always had the important things right, Louise Vandertulip said.

"There's a lot of rest in knowing that he died doing what he believed in and doing what he thought was right," she said.

"We have a much more real sense of the cost for the freedom that we enjoy now," said his father, Robert Vandertulip.

"Josiah was the first brand new soldiers I recieved as a dismounted team leader in Korea. He was one of the Best soldiers I have had the honor to train and work with. He loved being a soldier as much as any guy I have met. He was a great leader in the absence of his superiors. I could always count on him to make sure the mission was accomplished. I watched him change over the year I had him from a goofy kid, to a hard charging soldier."
Sgt. Nickolas Faul

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, May 8, 2007


If you've been paying attention to the news, or live here, you know that the Midwest has been slammed with storms for about a week or so. 90+ tornadoes in the last week. Greensburg, Kansas obliterated. It's been bad. Here in my neck of the woods we've only gotten rain. A Lot Of It. 5+ inches in some areas. Going to my dentist appointment yesterday morning I crossed over a creek that runs near my abode. It was almost over the road. Some roads were overrun with water. And we're to get more rain today, tomorrow, Thursday and Friday. We've been in a drought the past three or so years. I think we've busted it.
Why? Because they committed the unforgivable sin of letting boys and girls play sports together.
Credit: John K

Vive la France

RudeBoyMurphy Said:
Well, I'm not ashamed, I like the French. I can't think of another 'western' culture that values intellectual pursuit...
I agree. Because only intellectual people riot.
Friday, May 4, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

"I'm telling you now, The greatest thing you ever can do now,
Is trade a smile with someone who's blue now, It's very easy"
Robert Plant

Horrible Penmanship

I have, hands down, the worst penmanship of all time. I can't write worth a crap.
I once heard that the worse the handwriting the higher the I.Q. Were that true, mine would be near 200.
Thursday, May 3, 2007

The GOP Debate

And Democrats were worried about doing a debate sponsored by FNC? I'm glad the Republican candidates didn't throw hissy fits and refuse the MSNBC debate. I mean, What Do You Hate About America? What the fuck kind of question is that? They would have been better off going to a more friendly place like FNC, but they were big enough to go to MSNBC, a network that hates them, and take Chris Matthews' ignorance for 90 minutes. I commend them for that.
Did anybody else watch this last night? I thought it was pretty good. Finally something that talks about the other side of the debate. And yes, despite what some think, there is a valid "other side" and the debate is not over. Ms. Crow.

I'm not going go into detail. You can read the transcript or watch the repeat of it, but there is one thing I wanted to spotlight. The interview with Martin Eberhard. The man who invented the Telsa. An electric car that I wouldn't mind owning.

Part of what`s gone wrong with so many electric cars that came on before is that they're built by people who thought of driving as a necessary evil and that Americans' driving habits are bad and we`re bad people and we shouldn't do that, and if we would just become better people, why, we can be perfectly happy with this glorified golf cart.
And something Beck points out:
But the point is that these technologies will only be adopted when people want to choose them
Bingo. You can't force change on Americans. When pushed, we tend to push back. We have to want to change. The Prius doesn't make me want to change. It's an ass-ugly car. Al Gore doesn't make me want to change. His vitriol is mind-numbingly boring. You want the average American to become more eco-friendly? Lay of the screaming and badgering and give something we like.

And this is the type of stuff that makes me want to pollute. If for nothing else than to just piss these people off.

And make sure you check out the whole part about the Kyoto Failure.
Wednesday, May 2, 2007

I Love Conspiracy Nuts

But I think I fear them even more. Want to read what my be one of the scariest sites on the net? Click this. Here's a real beauty.
this 8600 gallon gasoline FWY overpass fire was a REAL fire, not a pretend fire as was observed at both wtc.
Rosie and Charlie Sheen would love this site.
Credit: John K

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By Echo9er

Hospitalman Luis E. Fonseca Jr.
Hospitalman Luis E. Fonseca Jr.

On August 11, 2004, Naval Hospitalman Luis E. Fonseca, Jr. was awarded the Navy's second highest decoration. The Navy Cross, which is awarded for extraordinary heroism while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States and must be performed in the presence of great danger or at great personal risk, was awarded for his actions while serving with Amphibious Assault Vehicle Platoon, Company C, 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines, Task Force Tarawa, II Marine Expeditionary Force.

On March 23, 2004, Fonseca, Jr.'s unit were trying to take the Saddam Canal Bridge. Five Marines were injured when their vehicle was hit by an RPG. Fonseca, while still being fired upon by machine guns and RPG's, pulled the Marines to safety and established a casualty collection unit inside his own medical evacuation vehicle. After his vehicle was hit once again, Fonseca organized litter teams and directed the movement of four of the Marines, while personally carrying one wounded Marine over open ground to another vehicle. On November 15, 2004, Seaman Fonseca was awarded the "Grateful Nation Award" from the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs for his actions.

"I was doing my job," said Fonseca. "I wish I could have done more."

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Happy Illegal Alien Day

Calling An Illegal Alien An Undocumented Immigrant Is Like Calling A Burglar An Uninvited House Guest

Today, in cities all across this once great land, people will be celebrating the illegal alien as a proud person just looking to make a better life for himself. Well, I thought I would take the time and show the other side of the story. The one they don't want to talk about. The real problem with illegal immigration.

First we have a pretty good piece by Heather MacDonald that you should read.

Then we have this. It's rather long, but you should check it out. Some of the following stories below may be on this site, I haven't read all of them.

This piece about serial sex offenders.

Or this "undocumented worker" who was accused of multiple rapes.

Illegal Aliens Murder 12 Americans Daily.

Illegal Alien Kills His 20-year-old Neighbor.

Illegal Alien Wanted For Murder Arrested By Houston P.D.

Illegal Alien Kills Actress Adrienne Shelly And Stages It To Look Like Suicide.

Illegal Alien Kills Girl In Drunk Hit And Run. Arrested Four Times Before And Deported Once.

Then we have these five stories.

Yeah, let's not fix the problem. All we need is a good guest worker program and all will be fine.


Not that fact that he may have been killed, although that is great news, but how he may have been killed.