Thursday, April 28, 2011

Far Right Extremists Belong In Al Qaeda! With their Like Minded Brethren!

Extremists get on my nerves. These are the conspiracy theorists who CLAIM:
. our President is NOT an American, Christian. Instead he is a Muslim, African
. our President was NOT a Brilliant Scholar who graduated from Harvard

If I were to describe them=se Conspiracy Theorist Extremists, in one word, the word would be "paranoia." Back in the beginning of the last century, one well known author termed these paranoid, conspiracy theorists as "those that wear Tin Foil Hats." Why? Because these conspiracy theorists believed the "government was trying to control their minds" and they "needed to wear tin foil hats" in order to thwart "the mind control of those with ESP."

These extremists, those like Trump, Fox News, Republicans, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachmann, Rush Limbaugh, Shawn Hannity, and everyone else of their ILK.. Al Qaeda LOVES THEM! They are so ANTI-American! What is WRONG with them! I question THEIR Loyalty to America! They are Racists! They are ANTI-American!

I suggest they go back to wherever they came from, but it is obviously NOT America because they are NOT Loyalists! Go with Al Qaeda! I know they will Welcome You with Open Arms!

God Bless America!
God Bless our President! Barack Obama!
Born in Hawaii USA and an esteemed graduate of Harvard!

1 comment:

Vicente Duque said...

Arizona Republic Editorial : "SB 1070 has been a costly failure", "Colossal mistake", "A big, expensive con. It brought us boycotts, lost business, a sullied reputation, another court battle and a betrayal of Arizona's heritage"

Slowly, gradually, unhurriedly, leisurely, in a retarded tempo, People are discovering that SB 1070 is the Glorification of Stupidity and Imbecility.

With this apotheosis of Bigotry and Racism Lady Arizona shoots in her own feet :

The Arizona Republic
SB 1070 has been a costly failure
April 23, 2011

Some excerpts :

Illegal immigration is a national problem this state law could not begin to address. SB 1070 was so clearly an intrusion into federal jurisdiction that key provisions were halted by federal District Court Judge Susan Bolton before they took effect. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld that injunction, with noted conservative Judge John Noonan agreeing that provisions of SB 1070 are unconstitutional.

More legal battles lie ahead. They will sap state resources and keep Arizona in an unflattering spotlight.

Arizona's sense of unity also took a beating because of SB 1070.

Latinos make up nearly a third of the state's population. They are part of Arizona's heritage and its future. But SB 1070 made even third-generation Arizona Latinos feel like targets for enhanced law-enforcement scrutiny.

The law created an atmosphere so ugly that Republican state Sen. Lori Klein felt justified in reading a letter full of anti-Latino slurs on the floor of the Senate.

This is where SB 1070 brought us.

Sixty executives from major state business interests successfully called on lawmakers to reject a new round of immigration bills this year.

This is where the horrible experience of SB 1070 should take us. Arizonans have to continue to speak out against the SB 1070 approach.

Lessons are being learned elsewhere.

The wave of copycat bills in other states has largely fizzled - even in Kansas, where SB 1070 architect Kris Kobach is secretary of state. He couldn't sell his state this poison.

Meanwhile, Utah took a look at what Arizona did and crafted a comprehensive approach that includes a state guest-worker program. It acknowledges the complexity of illegal immigration and makes a humane commitment to family values and children. Arizona considered - and rejected - a similar approach several years ago.

Instead, the state bought into a false promise that remains a colossal mistake a year later.

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