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Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Manchurian Candidate?
McCain Bent on Destruction of U.S.

What happened in Vietnam?
WorldNetDaily.com -- January 25
McCain aide touts 'Mexico first' policy
Skeptics of candidate's immigration stance highlight appointment
The Hispanic outreach director for Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign is a dual American-Mexican citizen known for his "Mexico first" declarations to immigrants in the U.S., WND has confirmed.
    Word of the appointment, made in November, spread across the Internet last night, sparking reaction from secure-border activists who charge Juan Hernandez's position in the campaign belies the Republican candidate's attempt to position himself as an advocate of border security...

Kansas City Star   
Missouri and Kansas pushing tougher laws on invaders   
With Congress on the sidelines, lawmakers in Kansas and Missouri say they have no choice but to make illegal immigration a target in 2008. -- In both states, legislators are pushing tougher laws. The measures — being considered in neighboring states and already passed in Oklahoma — range from... AP Internal Use Only

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Editorial   
Relative Huckster   
Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee, suddenly taking a hard right on immigration, has signed a pledge to enforce U.S. immigration laws and send all illegal aliens packing. -- Oh, it's a "tough plan," he said, but a "fair and reasonable" one. -- Right. This from the former governor of Arkansas who pushed for taxpayer-paid tuition for illegal aliens... AP Internal Use Only

Market Watch  
Immigration looms large in Florida vote   
Cathy Farmer, a Tampa nurse, complains that illegal immigrants are taking jobs that Americans could do. Jon Santiago thinks there isn't a proper system in place to provide immigrants' children with health care. Dan Semenza doesn't have a problem with legal immigrants. But the illegal ones? They're a strain, he says, on American hospitals and schools. AP Internal Use Only

Pam Meister -- Family Security Foundation   
Open border shyster John McCain deserves a dunce cap   
In the days of yore, students who did not make a valid attempt to learn their lessons and acquitted themselves badly at recitation time were sometimes relegated to a corner of the room in order to shame them. Sometimes a pointed cap would be put on their heads as a warning to other students... AP Internal Use Only

Lew Rockwell  sc 
Open-borders New York Times endorses 'McQueeg'   
That, by itself, ought to be enough to disqualify him [RINO John McCain]. Somehow the Times manages, in their endorsement, to discuss their reasons for opposing all the other GOP candidates still in the race except for one--odd, considering that they claim to want a candidate who has... AP Internal Use Only

John Reiners -- Tampa Tribune   
Anchor babies weigh down economy   
About every six months the population of the U.S. increases about as much as the population of Tallahassee. Who are these hundreds of thousands of new citizens? They are newborns, children of illegal aliens born in the United States - birthright citizens, "anchor babies" - not illegal aliens. This quirky legal right then allows the mother's parents and siblings to remain... AP Internal Use Only

Sterling (Colorado} Journal-Advocate   
Likely invader busted with stolen ID   
Sterling Police arrested a man Tuesday on suspicion of stealing a California woman’s identity after a forged Social Security card was found in his vehicle during an early morning traffic stop. -- Salvador Orozco, through a Spanish translator, told the officer he was using the card to gain employment... AP Internal Use Only

Omaha World-Herald   
Feds arrest alleged Mexican invaders at Omaha Steel Castings   
Federal agents Friday arrested eight allegedly [illegal aliens.... criminals] at Omaha Steel Castings Co., said a spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. -- The workers, all men from Mexico, will be offered a hearing before an immigration judge, said ICE spokesman Tim Counts... AP Internal Use Only

Fox News   
Mayors blast Congress over the invasion   
Mayors [of the amnesty-cheerleading sort] from across the country said Friday that Congress is unlikely to act on the nation's immigration problems this year and blasted lawmakers for what they called irresponsible procrastination. -- "The message that immigration reform -- comprehensive and practicable -- is not going to be addressed for a year or two is unacceptable. It's outrageous," said Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon.AP Internal Use Only

Antelope Valley (Calif.) Press  
Lancaster City Council votes to boot invaders out   
The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to initiate a program intended to lead to the deportation of illegal [aliens.... criminals] arrested by Lancaster sheriff's deputies and convicted of violent crimes. -- Under the program, proposed by Councilman Ron Smith, deputies and custody assistants who book suspects...

Michelle Malkin   
Meet the Enemy: McCain, Hernandez, Soros, and the “Reform Institute”   
Shamnesty peddler John McCain taps former Mexican government official/shamnesty advocate Juan Hernandez as his presidential campaign Hispanic Outreach Director. -- Hernandez is a fellow at McCain’s “Reform Institute.” What has he been working on there for the past year? [Video: Eagle Forum's Jessica Echard debates bombastic double-talking liar Hernandez] AP Internal Use Only

Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review   
BP apprehends suspected invaders in Sierra Vista   
The U.S. Border Patrol apprehended several apparent illegal [aliens.... criminals] on the city’s east side Thursday evening. -- It appeared that Border Patrol units had pulled over a white PT Cruiser with California plates in the 5100 block of Michaelangelo Drive, just west of North Guilio Cesare, shortly before 6 p.m... AP Internal Use Only

Daily Press -- Newport News, Virginia  
Hearing postponed for illegal alien murder suspect   
James City -- A competency hearing for capital murder suspect Oswaldo Martinez was postponed Friday after language experts from Gallaudet University asked for additional time to evaluate his progress. -- Martinez, [an illegal alien.... criminal] from El Salvador, is charged with rape, murder, sodomy and robbery... [More of Bush's pet fiends] AP Internal Use Only

Alan Caruba -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto   
What's more costly than Iraq? Illegal immigration  
Here are some statistics provided in a post from one of my favorite forums: 1. $11 Billion to $22 billion is spent on welfare to illegal aliens each year. -- 2. $2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens.... AP Internal Use Only

David Frum -- New York Times  
Turning the Triple Play ("Explains" the GOP "breakup")   
WHY is the Republicans’ three-legged stool wobbling? -- Why aren’t economic, social and political conservatives pulling together during this primary season the way they have in the past? To understand, let’s imagine that we had three conservatives in the room with us — and that they said exactly what was on their minds... AP Internal Use Only

Anchorage Daily News   
Alaska assemblyman raises invader issue again   
Late last year the Anchorage Assembly killed Paul Bauer's plan to have police check for illegal immigrants during traffic stops. -- Now, Assemblyman Bauer hopes to resurrect the idea by putting the debate before voters. -- He's proposing two ballot questions for the April 1 election.... AP Internal Use Only

Daily Herald -- Provo, Utah  
2 bills target invaders   
The lack of federal initiative on the immigration issue has led to a knock-down drag-out debate at the state level. -- Two bills touching on the issue, one subtly and the other overtly, were bandied about a legislative committee and the public Friday. -- First, the most hotly debated:..       AP Internal Use Only

Chuck Baldwin -- VDare.com   
What the Man Behind the Curtain wants for America   
"Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!" is the famous quote from the wizard in the movie classic, The Wizard Of Oz. However, when it comes to national and international affairs, many, if not most, Americans seem to have taken the mythical wizard's advice. They seem oblivious to the man behind the curtain. And make no mistake about it: there is a man (or group of men) behind the curtain... AP Internal Use Only

Sara A. Carter -- Washington Times   
Homeland Security silent on Mexican TB carrier's multiple U.S. entries   
The Senate Homeland Security Chairman urged the Department of Homeland Security to provide answers to questions submitted three months ago regarding the multiple entries of a Mexican national carrying a dangerous strain of tuberculosis... AP Internal Use Only

David Limbaugh -- WorldNetDaily   
McCain's a 'hero' – so what?   
Many conservatives have said Sen. John McCain is not conservative enough to suit them. Some of McCain's defenders have not only disagreed but have impugned his critics, hypocritically blaming them for divisiveness. -- But intramural bickering isn't the issue. What's important is that conservatives have... AP Internal Use Only

Newsday -- New York   
Illegal alien janitor accused of molesting student   
Princeton, NJ -- Princeton Township police say a janitor sexually assaulted a 14-year-old student inside a classroom at The Hun School. -- Police arrested Erickson Pretzintzin-Suchi when he showed up for work at the private prep school on Wednesday... [Related: Deportation was issued for sex assault suspectAP Internal Use Only

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