Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Patrick Kennedy - Race-Baiting Scumbag


The work of putting Liberal stupidity out to pasture never ends. 

This time, it's Patrick Kennedy, soon-to-be-ex Rep. from Rhode Island.  He kneels right to Mexican President Calderon’s zipperfly
 shoe tips and pays homage to racist remarks made by, well, a racist!

Which, of course, is what Calderon is – a racist.  

Calderon’s Mexico, you see, turns a blind eye to its police, military and private citizens regularly beating, raping and killing migrants from other Latin American countries who dare to enter Mexico.  He knows this, and backs it up with some of the most Draconian immigration policies in the Western World. He doesn't stop it – doesn't even try.  

In fact, Mexico’s immigration policies are BASED on the contingency of porous U.S. borders; for the expressed purpose of allowing these same abused migrants to travel straight through Mexico to have their newly acquired wounds and rape babies in the U.S. - paid for by U.S. taxpayers!

Sound harsh?  It is.  It's also truthful.

Calderon of course is up in arms because early evidence shows the Arizona law (which is not even in effect yet) is having the desired effect (TY Opus#6) of curbing traffic. That's right - deterrents work!

Kennedy has always been a spineless addict coward (TY LCR), and a walking "rhetorical flourish". Even more now, Kennedy is simply pabulum puke (TY TCOTS).

Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D.-R.I.) said last week that Mexican President Felipe Calderon had been “right on” in criticizing Arizona’s new immigration enforcement law.

CNSNews.com asked Kennedy (D-R.I.), a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee on national security and foreign affairs, for his thoughts on the criticisms Calderon made of the Arizona law while in Washington, D.C. last week.
“Well, he’s right on,” Kennedy told CNSNews.com. “I mean, it violates the spirit of our own Constitution. 
"So, you know, we had a tragic history in this country," said Kennedy. "The most shameful parts of our history were when we had our slave trade, when we, when we, the Trail of Tears--what we did to our Native Americans.  And, you know, the proudest moments in our history are when we had the Civil Rights Act, when we moved forward on integration and expanding the opportunities for all of our citizens.

1 comment:

  1. Violates the spirit of our Constitution?...WTF..Didn't this "public servant" swear to uphold and protect the Constitution of the United States? There has been a law on the books for several decades in regard to illegal immigration. Unfortunately, both Republicans and Democrats have been very lax about it's enforcement. This guy needs to go back to sneaking Teddy's liquor and snorting Cocaine.