Wednesday, February 28, 2007

More border bull *bleep*

You would not think the Ramos-Compean case could get stranger, but it has.

As a result of yesterday's revelation of the continuing pattern of lives, cover-ups and illegal activity on the part of persecutor Johnny Sutton and his henchperson Debra Kanof -- aided by dubious rulings from a Bush-appointed judge -- Congressman Dana Rohrbacher (R-CA) called a press conference in Washington today.

Before he could speak, he received a call from the Department of "Justice" asking him not to reveal the DEA documents that expose Sutton and Kanof's illegal activities.

Why? Because the DoJ is "still investigating" the case of Osvaldo Aldrete Davila, the illegal-alien serial drug smuggler who was given the freest of free passes in order to convict Ramos and Compean with his lying testimony. They might still charge him with a crime for bring a load of grass across the border while making regular visits under protection of his U.S.government-issued border pass.

Right. Anyone who believes that is as mentally deranged as, well, George Bush.

They simply don't want the flood gates to open completely. If they did, the trail of duplicity and law-breaking might run straight from Kanof to Sutton to...who? Attorney General Alberto Gonzales? Homeland "Security" boss Michael Chertoff? or straight to El Presidente himself, senor Jorge Bush?

I know where I think the peso stops.

And here's today's laugh, courtesy of aforementioned incompetent boob Michael Chertoff: according to a radio report this afternoon, the DHS has offered to help Mexico close its southern border to cut off the hordes of poverty-stricken people from South America looking for a better life north of the border!

No "guest-worker program." No "path to citizenship." No free services, welfare benefits, government-supported free wiring of money to the folks back home, no no-I.D. credit cards from major banks. No way, Jose. Stay the hell home and don't bug Jorge Bush's amigos in Mexico City.

Hypocritical bastards.

2 comments:

lowandslow said...

Hollywood couldn't write a more bizarre script.

HarpO'Fly said...

That takes the cake.
They can't control our border but they can do the job in souther Mexico.