Tuesday, June 26, 2007

While Washington fiddles...

...and is apparently about to let the traitors in White House and Senate hand the United States over to financial ruin and anarchy, three men who should be enjoying the protection of the law remain as political prisoners of Jorge Bush.

Ignacio Ramos, Jose Compean and Gilmer Hernandez.

We know that Ramos is deteriorating in solitary confinement, have heard little about how Compean is faring. Both have more than ten years of politically motivated torture ahead of them.

Now, Hernandez has been moved into general population at the prison where he is serving a one-year sentence, within reach of imprisoned illegal aliens who would love nothing more than to finish the work Bush and Johnny Sutton started.

There are Mexicans whose asses Jorge Bush won't kiss, after all.

American citizens of Mexican descent, that is.

This is the true shame of our nation.

The miserable cowards in the Senate who are preparing to destroy the country are merely pounding the final nail in our national coffin.

At the base of the debacle is a willingness to protect the rights of illegal aliens at the expense of citizens sworn to uphold our laws. A willingness to embrace perjury, obstruction of justice and corruption at the highest levels of our government.

While our so-called "leaders" enjoy the finest life taxpayers can provide as they sell us out, three men are suffering in prison for the heinous crime of believing in America and trying to defend it by enforcing its laws.

The U.S.A. was founded when its people rose up against foreign tyrants and unjust laws.

It looks as if we now have to rise up all over again.

There will be no justice in this land until Ramos, Compean and Hernandez are freed.

There will be no justice until those who would destroy the nation for their own corrupt purposes are made to pay for their crimes.

That means you, Jorge. And all your treasonous co-conspirators in various government agencies and in the U.S. Senate.

On the day each and every one of you are living in the conditions you have imposed on decent, hard-working Americans whose only "crime" was to put American citizens and American laws ahead of personal gain and power, this country can again consider itself a nation of laws.

1 comment:

John said...

It's getting toward that point. Time to quit cooperating.