Last week, millions of Americans let the U.S. Senate know we weren't buying their traitorous amnesty program for illegal aliens. The arrogance of pathetic losers like Eduardo Kennedy, Dianne Feinstein and senile Trent Lott -- and, of course, Jorge Bush -- ultimately couldn't convince enough senators to go along with the game after they were made aware that the citizens were watching them.
But Ignacio Ramos, Jose Compean and Gil Hernandez are still in prison.
Some people still care, as evidenced by this story from San Antonio:
Waving American flags and chanting "U.S.A., U.S.A.," protestors angry about the imprisonment of two U.S. Border Patrol agents rallied Saturday, demanding the release of the men and calling for the dismissal of the prosecutor who handled the case.
The demonstration drew about 200 activists to the office lawn of U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton, the top prosecutor for the Western District of Texas who won the convictions last year and has become a main target of groups fighting for tighter immigration controls.
"We're here because we have Border Patrol patriots who have been caught up in a political process and they're not being treated fairly," said Pat Byrne, deputy director for the Texas chapter of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, one of the event organizers.
Only 200 people. Pathetic.
It is time for all of us to turn the force of our concern for the integrity of our nation into another fax, phone call and email assault on our so-called "leaders."
Every day Ramos, Compean and Hernandez sit in prison, victims of Jorge's mad lust to sell his country to corrupt Mexican politicians and drug cartels, and the willingness of lap-dog Johnny Sutton to do his master's bidding regardless of the law, is another day of infamy, a rebuke to the founders of our country. As long as the persecution continues, we are less a "nation of laws" than a Stalinist state where those who dare to protect the rights and safety of citizens are simply made to disappear.
This is the time for those of us who love our country to demand that the heinous persecution of these three men by Bush and Sutton be reversed.
I hope you'll add your voice to the effort, too.
RELATED PARENTHETICAL NOTE: I see that Michael Chertoff, Jorge's pet director of Homeland "Security," says it's going to be "difficult" for him to enforce the nation's laws without the amnesty bill.
When a decent administrator is in charge, what happens to an underling who can't do the job? Simple: his ass gets fired, that's what.
Think about it, Jorge.
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