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LWW
01-13-2012, 04:23 AM
Much has been made here by the left lately about how their beloved demokrook party would never view illegals as undocumented demokrooks.

Reality, once again, proves this line of thinking to be wrong.

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A report issued by the Justice Dept. in 2000 detailed a program run under the auspices of then Vice President Gore's "Reinventing Government" project to streamline government services. In a successful effort to clear a backlog of 1.2 million applicants, the INS engaged in this crash program called "Citizenship USA" to naturalize the immigrants between October 1995 and September 1996, not coincidentally, just in time for the presidential election. <span style='font-size: 11pt'>Douglas Farbrother, an official on Gore's team, is quoted in the report saying he "believed that the (citizenship) program had a deadline that was directly connected to the upcoming election."</span> The Clinton administration bypassed the customary FBI background check for these new citizens demonstrating that creating new Democrat voters was a much higher priority than national security. It is estimated that tens of thousands of applications were approved without FBI review. The Justice Dept. report documented 1,000 cases in Miami; 1,300 cases in Chicago; and an astonishing 2,500 cases in Los Angeles.

The politicization of the INS continued in the 2000 election. As documented by journalist Joseph Farah ,on Nov. 6, 2000, (one day before the national election) <span style='font-size: 11pt'>the California Democratic Party sent thousands (upwards of 4 million by some estimates) of mailers out to immigrants who had citizenship requests before the INS. These non-citizens were informed, in both English and Spanish, that they were registered to vote as a Democrat and given a special identification card to "help...voting go more smoothly."</span> Follow up investigations by the press pointed to the possible use of INS records to commit this massive voter fraud. How many of the recipients took advantage of the generous offer made by the Democrats is unknown, but based on the estimates it is quite possible that Gore's much touted popular vote win (by just under a million votes) could all be attributed to this scam alone. Flaws in the system continue to be used and expanded upon to give the Left an unfair advantage in elections and to undermine the legitimacy of our most fundamental American right.

Now, thanks to the political pandering of Gray Davis, millions of illegal aliens will soon have the opportunity to take part in the electoral process. <span style='font-size: 11pt'>The issuance of driver's licenses to all Californians regardless of immigration status has opened up the door to voter registration fraud and weakened the sanctity of the franchise. As California election officials have admitted, an alien who applies for a license need only lie about their immigration status and they are able to register.</span> Thanks to the Motor Voter law, this affront is possible in 13 other states with similar statutes. </div></div>

Call the demokrooks what they are ... <span style='font-size: 14pt'>TRAITORS! (http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=16042)</span>

Soflasnapper
01-13-2012, 02:51 PM
Much has been made here by the left lately about how their beloved demokrook party would never view illegals as undocumented demokrooks.

Reality, once again, proves this line of thinking to be wrong.

You have once again thrown the excrement on the wall, which makes for a mess, even though nothing sticks.

The piece is a mess, and could take multiple posts to fully address.

However, let's just make the most basic point:

There is nothing illegal, nor undocumented, about resident aliens who are in the application process for naturalization.

This alone guts the point of your post.

Having Joseph Farah described as 'a journalist' and relying on anything he reports without independent corroboration is another.

Farah got hired by a Richard Mellon Scaife paper, and this is a brief summary of what happened next:

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Farah and the paper's [new] owners envisioned the paper as a conservative alternative to the Sacramento Bee.[7] "We just thought the way to go was to be unabashedly conservative in our approach," explained Farah to the Washington Post.[7] Among other things, Farah convinced Rush Limbaugh to write a daily column, which ran on "Page 1."[5] </div></div>

An odd choice for a journalistic effort. And of course, it wasn't one.

The date of this piece is the tell-tale fact. 2003. The right was still trying to alibi W's theft of the election, and so were themselves throwing their own handfuls of excrement on the wall to hope something would stick.

'Florida was called an hour before the polls closed in the panhandle'? No, it was 15 minutes before the polls closed, making the tales of discouraged GOP voters ridiculous. What, they were standing in line, and then somehow had the news on, and then refused to vote at all, including for all the other offices or referenda on the ballot? Although they'd taken the time to go? Or, they WERE AT HOME, wanting to dash over with 15 minutes to go, and then decided not to?

LWW
01-14-2012, 07:00 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Soflasnapper</div><div class="ubbcode-body">You have once again thrown the excrement on the wall, which makes for a mess, even though nothing sticks.

The piece is a mess, and could take multiple posts to fully address.</div></div>

Translated:

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Soflasnapper</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><s>You have once again thrown the excrement on the wall, which makes for a mess, even though nothing sticks.

The piece is a mess, and could take multiple posts to fully address.</s>

I have no cogent rebuttal to such incriminating truth, but being that I must always slavishly defend the regime ... I will toss out some unrelated gibberish and hope that someone believes me, or at the very least throw enough volume out that nobody will actually read it all.</div></div>

Soflasnapper
01-15-2012, 12:57 PM
You are obtuse, or act like it when you are confronted with clear evidence you are wrong.

You said, and I quoted and rebutted, this:

Much has been made here by the left lately about how their beloved demokrook party would never view illegals as undocumented demokrooks.

Reality, once again, proves this line of thinking to be wrong.

The rebuttal was plain, but somehow you missed it.

What was described, the acceleration of the naturalization process, does not involve either 'illegals' nor 'undocumented' alien residents of the US. It involved DOCUMENTED alien residents, who are in no way illegal.

So if what you claim is so, you haven't shown anything related to that claim. You are welcome to try again!