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Sunday, October 26, 2008

McCain Should Put Country First
Hire Only Legal Workers

New York Times -- October 26 
Which Country John? The U.S. or Mexico?

Spending Stalls and Businesses Slash U.S. Jobs
     As the financial crisis crimps demand for American goods and services, the workers who produce them are losing their jobs by the tens of thousands...
Washington Times -- October 26
Jobs are job one on campaign trail
They have the same job, they want the same job, and neither Sen. Barack Obama nor Sen. John McCain has been particularly subtle about where the issue of jobs ranks in the closing weeks of their presidential battle...
American Patrol Report -- October 15
How to Create Ten Million Jobs: Hire Only Legal Workers
All McCain has to do is utter these words: "In light of the current economic situation and the likelihood of much greater unemployment in the immediate future, I can no longer support a guest worker program and, as President, I would make sure that our immigration laws are enforced and that only legal workers are employed in America."

The Oklahoman         sc     
Mexican government doles out 'Mickey Mouse' sham IDs in Oklahoma   
...Andres Chao, Mexican consul in Little Rock, said many local Hispanic immigrants have trouble getting state-issued IDs, because they do not have their birth certificates or other documents. -- Matriculas, while not recognized as official IDs by the state, are useful for opening bank accounts and proving identity, he said. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Judicial Watch 
Poll: Likely voters want more done to get rid of illegals   
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released the results of a nationwide poll conducted in partnership with Zogby International concerning the American people's attitudes towards illegal immigration. Among the poll's highlights of 1,211 likely voters... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Metrowest Daily News -- Framingham, Massachusetts  
Arrests of immigrants up in 2008   
Newly released figures from Immigration and Customs Enforcement show that Boston had a higher number of foreigners arrested for their ties to gangs than Houston, the same as Washington D.C. and a few less than Newark... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Brownsville Herald   
Protest marks two years of local opposition to the Secure Fence Act   
Rio Grande Valley protesters joined with groups in El Paso, San Antonio and Oxnard, Calif., to oppose the U.S.-Mexico border fence Saturday. -- The protest marked the second anniversary of the week President Bush signed the Secure Fence Act into law, mandating hundreds of miles of additional fencing... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Mark Andrew Dwyer   
"Racist" is a code word for "white"   
I am proud of being white and am sick and tired of being forced to feel racial guilt for sins that I and my ancestors did not commit. I disapprove of half-century old attempts to give my country away to about anyone just because he is not white, to re-write its history into a collection of white-bashing smears... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Coming Up
October 27
National Veterans Coalition -- Phoenix -- 11 AM to 2 PM 
Rally to Support Maricopa Co. Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Donald A. Collins -- VDare.com           sc       
Dem scowls at Gavin Newsom as anti-sanctuary lawsuit reinstated   
Sanctuary, sanctuary, sanctuary -- a concept when used by city governments to not enforce our immigration laws really burns us all. Our late, wonderful San Francisco Chronicle columnist Herb Caen used to call SF "Bagdad by the Bay", meaning I presumed "a wild Casbah of mixed-up liberals." ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

John Wallace -- NewsBlaze.com 
What about illegal immigration?   
...I believe there is no fundamental difference between the McCain and the Obama approaches to dealing with illegal immigration. No matter which candidate wins the election, it will be up to the American people (again) to keep them from giving the illegal aliens amnesty. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Associated Press   
Acceleration in job losses leads to warnings that worst is ahead   
Unemployment claims, already well into recession territory, are rising even faster than expected, leading economists to warn Thursday that the worst is yet to come. -- As the Labor Department released bleak numbers on the job market, Goldman Sachs, Chrysler and Xerox all announced they were cutting workers...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix  
Arpaio will alert Mesa before future operations   
Sheriff Joe Arpaio has told Mesa's top two officials he will let them know in advance of future anti-crime operations in the city. -- Arpaio met Friday with Mayor Scott Smith and City Manager Chris Brady eight days after a Sheriff's Office operation targeting Mesa's city hall... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Standard Speaker -- Hazleton, Pennsylvania   
Another open-border nut running against 'MEChA-boy' Grijalva   
When a congressman whom he is running against in Arizona said there is no immigration problem, Raymond Petrulsky disagreed, perhaps because he originally is from Hazleton. -- Petrulsky cited Hazleton’s immigration ordinance during a debate on Oct. 10 with U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat serving Arizona’s Seventh District. ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Phyllis Schlafly -- Eagle Forum  
Bill Ayer's scary plans for public schools   
Will William Ayers be Secretary of Education in a Barack Obama Administration? All parents should ponder that possibility before making their choice for President on November 4. -- After all, Ayers is a friend of Obama, and Professor Ayers's expertise is training teachers and developing public school curriculum...

Associated Press   
2 human heads with drug messages found in Mexico   
Two human heads have been found with threatening messages in central Mexico, police reported Friday, as a 1-year-old girl was seriously wounded and two adults killed in a shooting on the northern border. -- A Mexico state police official in Cuautitlan, just outside the capital, said one head turned up in a box left in the parking lot of the station... ~Visit AmericanPatrol.com~

Rasmussen Reports 
26% angry about subject candidates ignore: Immigration   
It’s the issue both presidential candidates have largely ignored as they court the nation’s growing Hispanic population, but one-out-of-four U.S. voters (26%) is still angry about the current immigration situation. -- Twenty-eight percent (28%) express frustration about immigration, but for 43% it’s just one of many issues...

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