Posts Tagged ‘voices of open borders’

Question: How can you tell the election season is over?

The Obama Administration plans to withdraw National Guard troops from the Texas, New Mexico and California borders by the end February under a new Southwest security plan, even as turmoil in Mexican border cities grows, according to documents obtained by The Washington Examiner.

A letter sent to various members of the Texas Congressional delegation from Texas’ Gov. Rick Perry’s office says, “In February, 2011, the Texas, New Mexico, and California National Guard forces that were deployed to the border in September, 2010, under President’s Obama’s Southwest Border Augmentation Plan, will have 30 days to complete a total draw down of forces.”

The election is over and they will not need those votes for another 18 months, time to build good will with the MayDay March Crowd again.

I actually talked to David at the Protest in front of John Olver’s office weeks ago. He was the fellow who disagreed with the Healthcare bill from the left who talked to me while observing the protest.

After the camera was off I met his wife and kids. Very nice people. Also they know my mother and had wonderful things to say about her. Of the people there he had the most moderate views and in conversation he and his wife make some important points. I’ll likely be talking more about David and his family in my next Examiner column so I’ll save my stuff for that.

The one thing I really would like to see is him to attend a tea party and actually talk to the people there. Maybe the next Twin City Tea Party. I think he would be surprised at how he would be received and the views of the people there.

Ted Leonard is what you would call a “true believer”:

His opinion of President Obama was pretty consistent with everyone else in the crowd “Si Se Puede” cries not withstanding.

Antonio gave me the strongest urge to actually coming out and arguing with someone. His views on genocide are some of the worst pap I’ve ever heard. Gives you an idea of what a free European education will do for you:

God knows how he will function in a society where you have to earn your way but I wish him luck. BTW he is talking about a dispute between Shaw’s and its unions.

I never shop at Shaws anyway. Their union workforce means that the prices there are higher than anywhere else so I go elsewhere. This is called the law of unintended consequences.