Friday, February 29, 2008

Commitment to enforce our borders (yeah, right!)

Just in case you were confused about whether our leaders are serious about enforcing our borders or about tracking and deporting illegal aliens, this story will clear matters up for you once and for all.

It seems that a South Carolina contractor who was fed up with losing work to unscrupulous competitors employing illegal aliens set up a one-man protest at a job site to call attention to the issue. And he was arrested...for disorderly conduct. You can't make this stuff up.

"The day I was arrested, sitting on that hot road being watched over by two police officers, I saw five illegal aliens hard at work, knowing for a fact that they would not be arrested by those two cops. … None of them had any worry in the world about being arrested because in those two cops' eyes these criminals got a free pass. But the thing is, every last one of them was breaking the law, right in front of those two cops. And the cops did nothing," he said.

Wait, it gets better.

He said he's been blacklisted by a lot of politicians and organizations for his challenge to the "system".

I'm sure he has! The politicians don't give a rat's hindquarters about him, his failing (for playing by the rules) business, you, or me. And they sure as hell don't give a rat's posterior about enforcing immigration laws, and neither, obviously, do the police. Like I said, you can't make this stuff up.