Tuesday, June 06, 2006

A sad story and a stupid decision.

While some mainstream media in this country continue to push stories like this one about a Mexican mother who made a very stupid decision to cross the U.S. border illegally with her three year old child who died on the journey. You would think that others would get the message that to come into the U.S. illegally from Mexico is dangerous and deadly. But, as the article points out that "humanitarian groups" that provide water barrels in the desert and then provide maps in Mexico are part of the problem and may actually cause more deaths because they give the impression to the illegal immigrants that they can actually survive crossing the desert.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely! F**k it! Let the National Guard do their jobs -- that should result in a more efficient savings for our national budget-- especially if you line up the illegals and use one bullet for every five or six of them. Tired of them illegals taking our jobs, stealing our cars and impregnating our daughters! A travesty i tell you!

Anonymous said...

AMEN!Those illegals need stay home and work those brothels and sell those pinatas for Amerian consumption. Taco Bell is enough Mexican culture our nation can handle.

BCP said...

Anonyomus:
I find the above two comments racist and offensive but, since you are attempting use a race baiting tactic to try and paint those of us who are concerned about U.S. immigration polices and border security as racists. I'm leaving the messages up. Since you would stoop so low as to post bogus messages as you did above in order to push your pro illegal immigrant aganda and to try and paint all who support secure borders and LEGAL immigration as racist. Those tactics show a lot about your character and values and also how weak your arguments are that you have to resort to such tactics.

Anonymous said...

whew!, you passed the test.... i think.

But that is the end logic here is it not? To protect the southern border "by any means necessary." That is what folks that agree with YOU are proposing you know. But abuse by both Border Patrol.

Sorry it took you so long to catch on... very telling as is the lack of traffic on this blog.

BCP said...

Anon:
I caught on a long time ago. Especially to the public relations campaigns funded by Mexico trying to push the pro illegal immigrant agenda forward in the U.S. because of the failed policies of their corrupt government.