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  1. Harry Boy

    Harry Boy Look Up, It's Amazing PatsFans.com Supporter

    Nov 10, 2005
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    Illegal Aliens:
    I'm Ashamed Of President Bush I Thought He Was So Much Better Than Those Two Liberal Democrat Creeps He Beat In The Elections.

    Remember What Your Ancestors Did To Become Citizens Now A Group Of Filthy Swine Politicians Have Just Stuck The American Flag Up Their A$ses I Hope The Scumbags That Follwed The "Murderer Kennedy And The Lunatic McCain" All Rot In Hell.

    The Day They Sign The Bill That Gives America Away To Millions Of CRIMINALS Fly Your Flag At Half Staff And never Vote For The Backers Of This Bill Again.

    Shame On You George Bush And F-CK YOU MCCAIN.
  2. godef

    godef In the Starting Line-Up

    Sep 13, 2004
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    Another one bites the dust. Have we hit 25% yet? :cool:
  3. Holy Diver

    Holy Diver Pro Bowl Player

    Sep 13, 2004
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    #80 Jersey

    Watching Bush defend his pal gonzo and adding in all the other tragic errors in leadrship ... last night I wondered what kind of example does the president set for our youth and how long before his followers all begin to understand that you can't communicate with the man in the bubble?

    Harry, I applaud you for taking a step away, looking at the big picture and seeing that something is 'wicked' wrong here.

    (11 times we have agreed)
  4. Fogbuster

    Fogbuster Pro Bowl Player

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    If Bush *and* the Congress don't get their collective heads on straight, the illegal mess is only going to get worse. If word gets out that "all are welcome, come on in", there will be such a mass influx it will change the America forever.

    The U.S. has got to get together with Mexico and form an agreement etched in stone about cooperating with this issue. Mexico is by far the largest egress point for all the Latin Americans streaming in, and therefore the U.S. has got to provide positive incentives for Mexico to hold onto these folks and prevent them from crossing over into the U.S. in an uncontrolled flow.

    Industry and political reform are needed in Mexico, and the U.S. has to provide the lead for them.

    Just throwing the doors open is suicide.

  5. DarrylS

    DarrylS PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Hey Harry here is some stuff on your beloved minutemen, apparently they are just like the gov't.. despite their good intentions, and efforts they have problems with leadership, fiscal mismanagement and direction. This is from the Loonie Moonie Times, aka the Washington Times...


    The top leaders of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps have been terminated by the group's president, Chris Simcox, for requesting a meeting to discuss a lack of financial accountability by the organization's leadership.
    The purge was ordered by Mr. Simcox, who came under fire last year over questions about how much money the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC) had raised and where it had gone, and included several top lieutenants, most of whom have been with the organization since its April 2005 founding.
    Those fired include Bob Wright, deputy executive director; Bill Irwin, national operations officer; Greg Thompson, national training coordinator; and Stacey O'Connell, Arizona state chapter director.
    The four, along with a dozen MCDC state chapter leaders, had sought a May 19 meeting with Mr. Simcox in Phoenix over what they described as a "serious" lack of financial accountability. Many of them had signed loyalty pledges last year for Mr. Simcox when accusations of financial irregularities were first reported.
    The MCDC is an organization of volunteers who set up observation posts along the U.S.-Mexico border to bring attention to rising illegal entry into the U.S. Although the amount of money it has raised through donations and other sources is not clear, its membership total is said to stand at about 4,000 -- each of whom paid a $50 registration fee.
    Many of the original members have left the organization to form separate groups, citing financial concerns and other leadership problems.

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