Wednesday, May 02, 2007

105 days...

...since Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were jailed under orders of the despicable Jorge Bush.

In the meantime, grassfire.org reports that more than 10,000 faxes a day are being sent to Washington demanding their immediate release. Yet Bush and his pro-illegal co-conspirators in Washington do nothing.

Yesterday, tens of thousands of lawbreakers marched in the streets across the land. They are listened to. Ramos and Compean were not, and are not, listened to.

What the government of Mexico wants is clearly more important to the greedy, unprincipled knaves in Washington than the wishes and rights of U.S. citizens and legal residents.

It is equally clear that the wrong people are in jail.

We need comprehensive government reform, starting by removing the corrupt president and extending the removal process into the halls of Congress.

When Ramos, Compean and Gilmer Hernandez are free and their records are cleared, the borders are genuinely under control and secure, and the 20-plus million illegals are out of the country, then and only then will we have meaningful "reform."

3 comments:

lowandslow said...

So lets get started. Round up all the crooks and do-nothings, both elected officials and "career" bureaucrats, and put 'em out to pasture. I fail to see how anyone could come in and do any worse of a job.

John said...

Unbelievable the attitude on those cases. Need to peel back a lot of laws that promote this corruption

Anonymous said...

What kind of bizzare world are we living in now?
The illegal law breakers are out marching and demanding even more (violently, I might add), and those who try to uphold the law get prosecuted and thrown into jail... I just don't get it.

Woofster