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February 10, 2008

Even Baby Steps toward Immigration Enforcement Encounter Resistance

At long last the small towns north of New York City are making feeble attempts to defend themselves from the tidal wave of illegal immigrant criminals that has been washing away their quality of life. Brewster and Suffern sent police officers for training to help them identify criminals who are in the country illegally so as to get them deported. In Suffern, the program would target only illegal immigrants already convicted of aggravated felonies. But not even these mild measures can be put into action without resistance from moonbats:

Opponents say that even though the plan targets criminals, it creates a climate of fear and intimidation even for legal, law-abiding immigrants.

Why not just disband the police altogether? That way legal, law-abiding citizens won't need to worry about "fear and intimidation." Going back to the jungle will have the added benefit of lowering our CO2 emissions.

To defend themselves against the inevitable "racial profiling" charge, police have been advised to question not just likely suspects, but everyone they encounter at traffic stops. This massive waste of everyone's time can be compared to the absurd shenanigans we're subjected to at airports, so that the Arabs who are so fond of terrorism don't feel discriminated against.

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at February 10, 2008 6:53 PM


Yes. Everyone that was not invited here must go home.

Posted by: Red Eagle at February 11, 2008 10:34 PM