Arizona criminalizing “Undocumented workers?”


Amnesty International called the abuse of migrants in Mexico a major human rights crisis Wednesday, and accused some officials of turning a blind eye or even participating in the kidnapping, rape and murder of migrants.
Central American migrants are frequently pulled off trains, kidnapped en masse, held at gang hideouts and forced to call relatives in the U.S. to pay off the kidnappers. Such kidnappings affect thousands of migrants each year in Mexico, the report says.

Many are beaten, raped or killed in the process.

MEXICO CITY – Amnesty International called the abuse of migrants in Mexico a major human rights crisis
The group’s report comes at a sensitive time for Mexico, which is protesting the passage of a law in Arizona that criminalizes undocumented migrants.


Mexico: One of the most corrupt governments on earth– who exports a million indigenous people a year.

Yea. Let’s take lessons from them. Right.bang-head

Mexico can beat, rape and kill immigrants but Arizona has to allow them to sneak in, commit crime with impunity and avail themselves of FREE services that legal citizens are forced to pay taxes for?

Here they are ..THE ILLEGAL ALIENS…in all their glory at the last protest:
Waving the flag of a country they are just dying to leave. Nice huh.


But apparently people can come here illegallly, have NO respect for our Constitution…. then pick and chose which laws, if any, they would like to obey.

Spiffy eh.

Lemme ask you then…. Why on God’s green earth should we have to pay taxes or respect any laws whatsoever?


The function of the Border Patrol has been an essential element of our country since before our Constitution was even written. On July 4th, 1776 our Founding Fathers declared our country independent from England. It is this act that we celebrate on July 4th of every year.

The eighteenth reason for our separation from England — as listed in our Declaration of Independence — is the King’s refusal to provide the people of America with safe frontiers — defended by a Border Patrol.


We need a comprehensive program to end illegal immigration once and forever.
What does that mean?
Essentially that means ensuring that people who enter illegally or overstay their lawful status will not be able to obtain employment, public assistance benefits, public education, public housing, or any other taxpayer-funded benefit without detection and repercussion.

We have nearly 20 million illegal aliens in America today.
One quarter of them are in prison.

And oh yea…Deportation is an Option.

Mexico happens to be more violent than Iraq right now.
So put up a dang WALL..and let the Law of the Land protect our citizens once and for all.


17 Responses to “Arizona criminalizing “Undocumented workers?””

  1. Brooke says:

    It isn’t about racism, it’s about rule of law which the Fed clearly has no interest in. Good on AZ for steeping up to the plate!

  2. One Ticked Chick says:

    I’m fed up with Congress’ refusal to protect our sovereignty. We need to do a much better job of tracking and identifying immigrants — of every nationality — who take up residence in our country illegally and deport them to their home countries. The time is also long past for us to protect our borders. Why should our laws be any different than those of any other sovereign nation?

  3. Kevin says:

    Hah! You didn’t need to write anything after that first drawing. It says it all :) .

  4. OMMAG says:

    As long as those corrupt politicians are allowed to keep their jobs …. Americans will be sacrificed for the potential of the political rewards.

    You have a simple solution … do not vote for any incumbent politician.

    And BTW bravo to Arizona!

  5. silverfiddle says:

    When will the leftist tactic of attaching “Racist” to anything they oppose be exposed for the diabolical, intellectually vapid BS that it is?

    We’ve heard this tired tune over and over again…

    I love the map!

  6. Karen Howes says:

    That first graphic says all that needs to be said, Angel.

  7. KarL M says:

    Today’s lesson is to substitute politics as usual, for logic….ready…
    Person breaks into your house and takes up lodging with his family in your living room, and feeds family with food from your pantry…your reaction….
    Correct…all of the above…and then some.
    So now do you dimlibs understand….

  8. Katie says:

    Let us put up a wall big enough to keep them out, and throw out the ones who are here illegally.

  9. LomaAlta says:

    Great post Angel. Thanks for the help, we need it.
    70% if Arizona citizens supported the recent immigration law.

    With about 1 million illegals in Arizona’s 6 million population, 70% support is overwhelming. Incidentally, when Gov. Brewer signed the law, her poll numbers went up from 40 to 56%. This also shows how popular the new law is.

    Dont miss my May 1 post (ignore the screaming illegals in our streets) and stop by for my May 5 post too.

  10. tapline says:

    I’m sick and tired of the term racist. When is it racist try to correct a wrong. If one does not enter a country legally, is it illogical to kick this individual out of the country and advise him/her to enter legally……What is so hard to understand about this situation?????? It certainly doesn’t take a genius to figure it out.

  11. Daphne says:

    I totally agree with you Angel.

    The sad thing is, the more the left uses the “Race Card” the less it’s given notice. They have thrown it around so much lately, it’s getting frequent Airline miles.

    and I think these Illegals that come over make it harder for people who REALLY WANT to come and work and get the American Dream legally, and spit in the face of the ones that came here legally and have been naturalized or are going to be Naturalized.

    *shakes head* must get off soap box now. Thank you for letting me put in my two cents *drops her two cents at the door*

  12. Always On Watch says:

    Most of Latin America — and certainly Mexico — has no room whatsoever to criticize the United States when it comes to “human rights.”

    BTW, the term “human rights” is fraught with fallacy. Too often, it means “global rights.” Pffft!

    Ask anyone near our southern border what hell is going on there — with regard to destruction of American property and even the taking of American lives.

  13. Krystal says:

    Just had two Mexicans sent here by the electric company to pick up the debris left behind when they trimmed the trees back.

    Neither spoke English.

    In fact, I spoke more Spanish than they spoke English. And I don’t speak much. Now tell me, how would I have been able to explain to them that the rubish blocking the colverts/water drains, which prevent the ONLY way to and from my home from being washed out or blocked, had to be removed? What if I hadn’t taken Spanish I & II 22 years ago in high school?

    Now they were very nice men, hard working. But I can’t help but ask myself if they were legal to begin with and if they were, why two men who can’t speak or understand English should even be allowed to have these jobs when we have so many American,s who DO speak English, unemployed LOOKING for a job?!

  14. William Stout says:

    The Federales and the Mexican military can’t keep these people from crossing the Rio Grande and Calderon has the audacity to make this our problem. If his nation were not so screwed up, maybe the Mexican government might be a tad more successful in keeping its citizens behind their borders. Illegals are leeches that drain public coffers while sending billions of U.S. dollars back home.

  15. MK says:

    “So put up a dang WALL..and let the Law of the Land protect our citizens once and for all.”

    Exactly, but good luck getting the liberal fascists running your country to do that.

  16. radar says:

    God help us, there is no doubt you would make a far better President than the guy screwing things up right now. If I had my way, Barack would be posting blogposts on a pink background and you would be flying Air Force One down to Arizona to give Governor Brewer an “attagirl!”

  17. Bunni says:

    Hi Angel, If the Fed Gov’t was doing it’s job, AZ wouldn’t have to take a stand.
    I am so proud of the AZ Governor, she should be president.
    I hope you’re having a fun weekend.