Plays Of The Weak: All New!

By: Bob Parks

You know what this means, so let’s get to it.

Did You Know?

I don’t understand this “Immigration Reform” that our legislators in Washington are up to. Millions of people violated our sovereign border and thus our laws and for that reason we need the law reformed? So if enough of us go out and rob liquors stores tomorrow, should we take to the streets in protest because some may have a problem with grand theft, we can get politicians in Washington to re-write the law and forgive our crime.

“We begin with an unprecedented show of support for America’s illegal immigrants.”

“ABC’s Elizabeth Vargas

“From Border States like here in Arizona to unlikely places like South Bend, Ind., and Harrisburg, Pa., illegal immigrants alongside their supporters stepped from the shadows. Marching under the American flag, they demanded a place at the American table.”

“NBC’s Lester Holt

What burns this citizen up is that reform is even being considered. What are we reforming here? Illegal immigrants have broken federal law (thus by definition are criminals) and because we are the racist pigs they call us, we allow them to mass in the streets by the thousands demanding we change our federal policy regarding how to come here. And our legislators are listening.

Good thing these people aren’t protesting in Mexico.

For all the demands made of us by Vicente Fox like granting his escapees the dignity they deserve once they cross over, it would be nice if his government practiced what they preach to us.

As inhumanely as Fox claims we treat the illegals who come here, at least our border patrol doesn’t take money from those they capture. We don’t commit robbery, rape, extortion, and murder like Mexican officials do to Central American illegals who steal across their border. Also illegal immigration is a crime in Mexico punishable by two years in prison

“Mexico is a country with a clear, defined and generous policy toward migrants.”

“Interior Secretary Carlos Abascal on his nation of 105 million that has legalized only 15,000 immigrants in the past five years, while undocumented migrants who are detained are usually deported because Mexico is too cheap to incarcerate them

But leave it to election-year fearing politicians in Washington to attempt to re-write laws to benefit those who broken them while putting a hand in the faces of the hundreds of thousands of people presently in line on their home soil, waiting their turn to come here legally.

“these protesters a representative slice of America? Not even close. The USA Today-Gallup poll asked whether illegal immigration is “out of control” or “not out of control.” Fully 81 percent said, “out of control.” Fox News asked how serious illegal immigration was as a problem: 60 percent said very serious, 30 percent said somewhat serious. That’s nine out of 10. These protesters represented the fringe — loud and organized, maybe, but the fringe.”

“Media Research Center

And those illegals are protesting against us. Just when are we going to protest against them?

Revisiting The Disenfranchised Voter

I’m becoming more confused. Is voting is a privilege or a right? One would think because of the Voting Rights Act, that it is a right. But if you commit a felony, in most states, you lose that right, so it would seem voting is a privilege.

Either way, there must be some rules attached to voting. I would assume you’d have to be able to prove who you were so improper votes wouldn’t be tallied. That seems to be part of that bone of contention with Democrats in Indiana.

As we sheepish citizens are required to show ID for many transactions in this country, Democrats argued in federal court (and lost) that such a requirement adversely affected their constituents: minorities, the poor, the elderly, and the disabled. Just how showing ID prior to voting could be anything but a routine inconvenience is beyond me.

Then again, I’m not a lying, cheating Democrat.

“Indiana’s voter ID law, widely regarded as one of the most restrictive in America, creates unfair obstacles that will prevent citizens who are lawfully eligible to vote from casting their ballots. I applaud the Indiana Democratic Party’s decision to appeal this ruling. As part of our Party’s commitment to doing whatever we can to ensure that all Americans have the opportunity to participate in our democracy, the DNC will assist the Indiana Democratic Party’s legal challenge to this unfair law and continue our fight to make it easier for all Americans to exercise their right to vote.”

“DNC Chairman Howard Dean

Aside from the widely held opinion that Democrats increasing side with lawbreakers and snub their noses and call the law-abiding names, just what are the reasons that Democrats would oppose showing a picture ID prior to casting a ballot?

It would appear they have none.

“U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker issued an opinion saying that the plaintiffs, including the Indiana Democratic Party and the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, had produced ‘not a single piece of evidence’ that the law would prevent registered voters from casting ballots.”

“Susan Jones,

Now while the State of Indiana will make provisions for those who for some reason don’t wish to or are unable to show proof of identity at a voting site, this would seem like just another scheme by Democrats to cast a shadow on another fall election they plan of losing.

In 2000, DNC officials suspiciously parked themselves in Florida prior to the election knowing in advance there’d be “trouble” there. In 2004, they were in Ohio days before the election preparing for another vote tally objection. In 2006, are hotel rooms being reserved now for a vote protest in Indiana this November?

If Democrats can’t win elections by just counting the votes cast legally, it really says something about their lack of message, planning, and voting base. Since most of the felons in prison whose vote they desire so much are mostly Democrats, jus who is really part of that Culture of Corruption?

Sex Offenders Offended

In many states, ordinary people can go to websites and find out if there are any sexual offenders living in their neighborhoods. It’s good to know if the man who just moved in down the street from a school is a prior sexual predator of children. That’s all well and good. Some sexual offenders argue that such information available to the public is a violation of their privacy or worse.

They may have a case.

“Police say Stephen Marshall of Nova Scotia, Canada, looked up 34 sex offenders on the state’s online registry before showing up at the homes of Joseph Gray, 57, of Milo, and William Elliott, 24, of Corinth, and shooting them with a..45-caliber handgun. Marshall took guns and a truck from his father in Houlton before going to the victims’ homes, authorities said.

“fatally shot himself Sunday night after police confronted him on a bus in Boston. Investigators hope his laptop computer, which will be handed over to Maine detectives on Friday, will provide some clues as to what motivated him to kill. The deaths were on the minds of sex offenders at a recent treatment session in Auburn, said Scott Efland, a social worker who treats sex offenders. “One man said, `It’s target practice and we’re the target,’” he said.”

“Clarke Canfield, Associated Press

Now while I would never condone vigilante justice, all I would ask the sex offenders now in fear for their safety, how does it feel?

When these “people” abduct young children, hold them against their will, and do unmentionable things to them, these offenders apparently got off not only by the deviant acts they conducted, but by the fear they saw in their victims’ eyes. But now that they have to live in fear, Houston, we have a problem.

Maybe it’s just the callousness in my heart as far as having any kind of sympathy for anyone who’d rape a child or a woman, but I have problems with these people now attempting to garner victim status.

“It’s really scary. I live alone. I live way out in the country and basically I could be here for days, a dead body, shot. My concern is this: Is this going to happen again?”

“Raymond Roberts, a sex offender who is listed on the registry and lives near the victims was convicted 13 years ago for assaulting his nephew

This poor man thinks sex offenders should be able to get off the list if they go a certain amount of time without committing any more offenses. He also feels that registries shouldn’t give out addresses or places of employment, and offenders should be notified if somebody accesses their information so they could be on guard. Hopefully those same sex offenders will afford their potential victims the same courtesy when they stalk them prior to an attack.

Now if we were talking about a relatively victimless crime, I may be for this privacy thing, but if the victims of sexual crime survived the attack(s), how able are they to put this all behind them? How able are they to just forget it ever happened so they can get on with their lives as these predators are requesting?

Unfortunately, victims of sexual attacks, IF their assailants didn’t kill them, will carry the scars of their attacks until the day they do die and that residual fear and anguish also affects those around them.

So while I don’t advocate the physical persecution of sex offenders, they should have to live with the ramifications of their crimes until the day they die, just as their victims do. Maybe this is what could be considered a deterrent for those deviants who ponder what it would be like to rape a child.


Fun Quotes

“Go back to Boston! Go back to Plymouth Rock, Pilgrims! Get out! We are the future. You are old and tired. Go on. We have beaten you. Leave like beaten rats. You old white people. It is your duty to die…. Through love of having children, we are going to take over.”
- Augustin Cebada, Brown Berets

“They’re afraid we’re going to take over the governmental institutions and other institutions. They’re right. We will take them over… We are hereto stay.”
- Richard Alatorre (D), Los Angeles City Council

“The American Southwest seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a single shot.”
- Excelsior, the national newspaper of Mexico,

“We have an aging white America. They are not making babies. They are dying. The explosion is in our population… I love it. They are shitting in their pants with fear. I love it.”
- University Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez

“Remember 187, proposition to deny taxpayer funds for services to non-citizens, was the last gasp of white America in California.”
- Art Torres, Chairman of the California Democratic Party

“We are politicizing every single one of these new citizens that are becoming citizens of this country…. I gotta tell you that a lot of people are saying, “I’m going to go out there and vote because I want to pay them back.”
- Gloria Molina, Los Angeles County Supervisor

“California is going to be a Hispanic state. Anyone who doesn’t like it should leave.”
- Mario Obledo, California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations and California State Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare under Governor Jerry Brown, was also awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bill Clinton

“We are practicing ‘La Reconquista’ in California.”
- Jose Pescador Osuna, Mexican Consul General

A Different Perspective

Anyone who’s watched the stand-up routine knows that women have a lot of things going on their heads. I can’t imagine as a male, having that constant monologue going through my head.

With that, I’d like you all out there to check out this fascinating perspective from an unlikely source.

This book, “Bitchings Of A Boston Metermaid” by Kelly Richardson, is an outrageous look at what goes on through the mind of a woman doing a job that few of us would want to do, especially when you consider just how popular you’d be when people see you coming.

A highly recommended read.

Bob Parks is a member/writer for the National Advisory Council of Project 21, and is a Staff Writer for the New Media Alliance, Inc.

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