The Dirty Little Secret

In Los Angeles, 95 percent of all outstanding warrants for homicide in the first half of 2004 targeted illegal aliens. Up to two-thirds of the 17,000 fugitive felony warrants were for illegal aliens. The notorious Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang is said...


Why do we tolerate these sanctuary laws? The basic premise is that the illegals will be encouraged to work with the authorities. That is laughable. One would need to dig deep to find an instance where an illegal immigrant provided any solid evidence to the police regarding another illegal. Moreover, most illegals are not even aware of these ridiculous laws and could not care less. Whenever an alien is apprehended and a deportation order carried out, most times we find the offender back in the U.S. quicker than the piece of paper can be filed away. Take a look at their criminal histories to find that many of the heinous crimes these cretins commit occur after they have re-entered the country, subsequent to being deported.

The above numbers should make all of us shudder in fear and disbelief, but more importantly, make you question why the do-nothing Congress continues to ignore the problem that, frankly, is killing us! Some true Americans continue to fight. In Hazelton, PA, the new Republican mayor has enacted new laws that make English the official language in his town. He also had laws passed that make the employers that hire the illegals responsible for their actions. The ACLU and Hispanic activist groups are fighting the mayor in court, but Hazelton's message has had an impact. Roughly 30 percent of the town's Hispanics have moved out. In March, Hazelton will defend the new ordinances in court. Too bad, it seems not only are we being victimized on the street by the illegals, but we have to battle them in our courts as well--even though we are U.S. citizens and they are not. Thanks Congress, keep up the good work.

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