24 August 2005

Illegals - More rights than You?

A recent court decision in which an illegal alien couple were awarded a US citizen's ranch as settlement of the lawsuit show just how out of bounds our legal system is getting - the lawyers, the courts, and the activist judges are now in a confluence of political agendas where common sense has been dragged into a closet and beaten down.

While reading the Rescue Ranch Blog - which is a must read article - I kept flashing back to Orwell's classic "1984." The novel explores a dark world in which religion, God and family have been replaced by "Big Brother" (ie. the State). Orwell describes the slow slide of democracy as first occuring by the government stepping in and "revising" historical events, eventually inventing multiple stories and covering up murders and disappearances with "selective editing" and by manipulating the news media. There are cameras inside every home. Everything is regimented - including sleep and exercise schedules. Even sex is now regulated.

It is interesting to note that our media assigns such demagoguery to republicans. When it is a fact that with LBJ's "great society" (which was taken right out of the Joe Stalin playbook), we took a huge step down the road of big government being our be-all, end-all. Republicans and NeoCons stand for less government, lower taxes, less intrusion, more freedoms, more adherence to our laws (not making more laws), and are more tolerant than their counterparts across the aisle.

The title to this blog is a bit misleading - of course illegals don't have more rights than your average US citizen but ,in the courts it seems like illegals get more of a say and enjoy more considerations than our own citizens do. Because we have been brainwashed to be tolerant of crime, tolerant of the non-stop violation of our southern border, tolerant of free sex and the "if it feels good, do it" sub-culture, and beaten down with spurious charges of "racism" and "bigotry" - it's no wonder that we're now seeing our language, borders and culture being flushed down the drain.

2 comments:

Nick Queen said...

Actually that page is not the Rescue Ranch blog, it is Blogger News Network, and I the writer am from my own blog, NickQueen.com

Thanks for the link.

Anonymous said...

"Republicans and NeoCons stand for less government, lower taxes, less intrusion, more freedoms, more adherence to our laws (not making more laws), and are more tolerant than their counterparts across the aisle. "

I don't know if you categorize yourself as either a Republican or a NeoCon but if you do, you are doing neither group a favor. Particularly in terms of tolerance which, as illustrated in this quote, as well as in every other element of you blog, is sadly lacking. If your goal is to promote hatred however then I have to congratulate you on a job well done.