Thursday, December 13, 2012

Special considerations for Democrats and illegal aliens

Authorities in Hudson County notified ICE agents in early October that they suspected Sanchez was an illegal immigrant who was a registered sex offender and who may be eligible to be deported. ICE agents in New Jersey notified superiors at the Homeland Security Department because they considered it a potentially high profile arrest, and DHS instructed them not to arrest Sanchez until after the November election, one U.S. official told the AP. ICE officials complained that the delay was inappropriate, but DHS directed them several times not to act, the official said.
This is my surprised face.
And this is one of the more stupid things I've read in a while:
 It was not immediately clear why federal immigration authorities would not have been notified sooner about Sanchez's status. Really? Is it also not clear why local media doesn't want to talk about it?

Speaking of media, if a tea party group had done anything remotely like this, it would've been NEWS!!  But union jerks and socialists did it, so...
You may also have heard the story of the hot dog vendor whose equipment and supplies were deliberately destroyed by the union protesters. 
But unless you read conservative blogs and websites, you have not heard that the union protesters shouted racial slurs at the man, including the N-word.

This is a big one:
 Now, NCTC can copy entire government databases—flight records, casino-employee lists, the names of Americans hosting foreign-exchange students and many others. The agency has new authority to keep data about innocent U.S. citizens for up to five years, and to analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior. Previously, both were prohibited. Data about Americans "reasonably believed to constitute terrorism information" may be permanently retained.

 The changes also allow databases of U.S. civilian information to be given to foreign governments for analysis of their own. In effect, U.S. and foreign governments would be using the information to look for clues that people might commit future crimes.
 If you can't see the wide-open doors to abuse in this crap, you're a fool.  And if you trust these agencies not to abuse this(whether directly, or by handing it to/doing favors for politicians), you're a bigger fool.
What?  Constitutional limits?  It is to laugh:
The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution says that searches of "persons, houses, papers and effects" shouldn't be conducted without "probable cause" that a crime has been committed. But that doesn't cover records the government creates in the normal course of business with citizens.  (Really?)

Congress specifically sought to prevent government agents from rifling through government files indiscriminately when it passed the Federal Privacy Act in 1974. The act prohibits government agencies from sharing data with each other for purposes that aren't "compatible" with the reason the data were originally collected.

 But the Federal Privacy Act allows agencies to exempt themselves from many requirements by placing notices in the Federal Register, the government's daily publication of proposed rules. ... "All you have to do is publish a notice in the Federal Register and you can do whatever you want," says Robert Gellman, a privacy consultant who advises agencies on how to comply with the Privacy Act.
 Commenter at Sondra K left a link to this video: if you hear anyone start the "Well, if you don't have anything to hide, why worry?" crap, have them listen to the part starting at 8:00:

We're back to the feds thinking that stealing a large part of your estate in taxes just because you're dead, is 'fair'.  I have not the proper words to express what I think of the bastards involved in this(without resorting to extended bad language) theft under color of law.
While back I said something about this, and someone I used to know made the(expected from her) snotty comment about 'poor little rich kids not getting to keep it'.  I asked if the kids who have had to/will have to sell the family business or farm to pay this tax count as 'poor little rich kids'?  Never got an answer(didn't expect one from a socialist).

Last, for now, just to take some of the bad taste of considering the thieves in Sodom on the Potomac out of your mouth,

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

All hail to the bloggers that continue with the good fight!!!
I would like to start some dialogue here and I don't want anybody to think I'm weaseling out of the fight!
I think the folks that keep chirping about the differences between the left and the tea party are doing a great service....But....for me it's starting to sound kind of tinny and mawkish. I think what is happening here is the conservative bloggers are preaching to the choir.
What we need are some thoughts on how we, the people that "get it", can insulate themselves for the grind of the next 4 years. Or how we can do our small part to fight the socialists. For myself I have made a commitment to not let any of the oppositions talking points go unanswered. Everytime I read or hear some socialits spout an assinine remark concerning the conservatives...I say "prove it". That usually shuts up the interloper. And you can see the folks that are listening, wait for him to cite his quote.
So I guess what I'm hoping will happen is this: Lets start spreading some ideas around that will help arm us to fight against the idiotic socialists.