What does "outlaw-prone" mean?
The national leader of a citizens' border watch group said his Texas point man resigned this week for personal reasons, not because group members are outlaw-prone racists.
Now if we only do our and just ignore this issue it will start to go away and the liberal media pukes will move-on.
GEE Why are the Minutemen against the idea of having to spend MORE time over and above what they have to spend because our incompetent government is REFUSING to do its Constitutional duty to repel the invasion to CODDLE the very people they're trying to KEEP from entering our country?
Roger Rocha, Texas director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, said he had never heard of such a proposal,
Obviously, either Parmley or Rocha is LYING!
but he would not have considered it in any case.
"Not only no hell no," said Rocha, speaking by phone from Laredo. "All these groups do is spout hatred and racism in our community."
Since there's NO SUCH organization known as European Americans United Against Everybody Else, Rodger, I would suggest you try looking in the MIRROR for *hatred* and *racism*!
If anything is causing racism against illegal aliens, it's the fact that American taxpayers are forced to pay to support the millions of freeloaders, yet many Americans are having problems supporting their own families. If this doesn't cause anger against our own government, I don't know what would.
The ONLY racist behavior and statement I detect are by De La Garza -- WHY is his assumption that the MinuteMen are "racist" in notion and statement, behaviors?
They aren't but the overwhelming response by many Hispanics about the MinuteMen IS racist: they conclude that "border security" means something racist and yet they respond repeatedly to requests for observation of legal immigration as if it's a "racist" requirement and therefore can and should be abandoned, not observed.
I am SURE that that's a lot of the motivation for illegal immigration...that there's an assumption that Central and South Americans don't have to legally immigrate, that being asked to legally immigrate is somehow "racist" and therefore that they can and do without much cultural or personal guilt from the look of things.
And, when there is any attempt to pose restrictions to illegal immigration, to ensure border security, suddenly it's "racist" to ask particularly illegal immigrants from Mexico and Southern areas to behave legally.
The ONLY racist response I read in that article is by De La Garza, who apparently thinks anyone who is Caucasian is "racist"...that's racism right there. De La Garza sounds like a gang guy.