Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Kinky Adds Amnesty to His Moronic Border Plans

Kinky's official website confirms that Kinky has now added amnesty for illegal aliens into his grab-bag of doubtable ideas regarding border security. With his announcement that Kinky now favors "amnesty for hard-working illegal immigrants already in this country," Kinky bragged that "I’ve been urging action on the border for over a year."

Going back and listing all the bad ideas that Kinky has proposed with regard to border security makes for very interesting reading.

First, Kinky issued a press release supporting "the construction of 700 miles of security fence along the U.S.-Mexico border and which would make illegal immigration a felony," but Kinky withdrew this press release.

Yet Kinky has repeatedly mentioned building a fence, and after saying that he would seek the Mexican president's help, Kinky agreed with Bill O'Reilly that we cannot trust Mexico's President to assist with immigration enforcement:

FRIEDMAN: And I want them to help. I mean, good fences...
O'REILLY: Absolutely. That's what they're there for.
FRIEDMAN: ...Good fences make good neighbors, and, Mr. Fox, help us build that fence.
O'REILLY: Well, don't count on help from Mr. Fox because he's getting so much money from this illegal immigration back there.
FRIEDMAN: That's true.

Later, Kinky reaffirmed his plan to outsource our border security to five Mexican generals:

Friedman's border proposal...calls for breaking up the border into five jurisdictions, assigning each one to a Mexican general, and putting millions of dollars into bank accounts for each.

"Each time we catch an illegal crossing through a general's jurisdiction," Friedman has said, "we withdraw $5,000 from that account. That'll solve the problem." His position on immigration has been wobbly. On March 28, his campaign provided a statement describing Friedman as favoring a guest worker program and language classifying illegal immigrants as felons.


So Kinky trusts armed Mexican generals on our southern border, but he doesn't trust the president of Mexico to assist. Kinky wants a 700 mile fence, plus a foreign army on our southern border to be in charge of our national security, and yet anyone who has managed to get to the US illegally before his Mexican army and fence plan goes into effect gets amnesty.

Against all hope, Kinky would actually be worse than Perry.

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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6:10 PM

 
Blogger Linda English said...

And just who is going to stand by that fence years from now and cry, "Tear down this wall?"

Won't be the Republicans ... they built it. Won't be the independents ... they support it.

Kinky is such a schmuck ... and a Baby Bush to boot. Bush is an azzhat ... someone who has his head so far up a dark place that ~~ well, you get the idea.

Place the responsibility on American employers. Fine the heck out of those who hire undocumented workers. Heck, put them in jail.

The Federal government is taking away every responsibility (and civil right) of our citizenry. News flash! We can handle responsibility. That's what our country has been built on ... every citizen being responsible.

What a pity that we've now been beaten up for so long that we act like sheep, simply following what we're told instead of acting (and voting) for ourselves.

I find it hilarious that Congress voted to build a fence ... then didn't fund it.

In fact, I'm so overwhelmed with the ridiculous actions of our politicians that I think I'm going 'round the bend.

7:18 PM

 
Blogger StopKinky said...

Linda:

Once again, you hit the nail right on the head.

7:57 PM

 
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oursource what? Did I miss something?

9:11 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you're talking about outsourcing our border security to the five Mexican generals, I can't help but wonder if you never have heard of "mordida?"

9:13 AM

 
Blogger StopKinky said...

I live in South Texas so of course I have heard of mordida, and it's no way to run a government (unless you think the government south of our border is a great example of what we should aspire to). Even if bribery was a good idea, bribing a foreign army to guard our southern border means all someone has to do to gain access to Texas and the United States is outbid us. That's not a sound border security strategy.

10:20 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where's my "Texas non-plussed by attempts by this website to Swift Boat the Kinkster?" headline? Wasn't this the same place predicting a single digit showing for Kinky? Doesn't look like that's happening does it? Time to get on board amigo.

9:26 AM

 
Blogger StopKinky said...

Linda:

Email me if you get a chance at stopkinky@yahoo.com.

7:15 PM

 
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