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April 28, 2006

Alert From Bay Buchanan

I received this email alert from Bay Buchanan today and thought I'd pass it on.

Remember when Tyson got busted a few years ago for employing criminal aliens? Well, to judge from the following they're still at it. Remember, also that 1 May is the day when in-name-only Americans, criminal aliens and other folks either not fit to live in this country or simply too stupid to understand what they endorse are skipping work in solidarity with the movement that supports making America the only country on earth with no-limit open borders, violating federal law in the meantime and flying another country's flag above ours.

Read on....

May Day, May Day

Dear Friend,

Tyson’s Food plants are officially closing on Monday!! They say it is to
support the boycott called by our illegal workers—or could it be there
aren’t enough legal workers on the premises to keep the place operating?
If our man Chertoff wants America to buy into his tough talking posturing,
he’d march his federal agents into the executive suites of the chicken man
and round them up for deportation into the federal prison system.

Then there is the California Democratic Senate—they passed a resolution
supporting Monday’s “Great American Boycott 2006”. To clarify:
Legislators, who are paid by the taxpayers, whose jobs are to represent
the interests of these same taxpayers, are endorsing an effort designed
specifically -to harm these same taxpayers.

Some of the legislators are themselves going to walk off the job. No harm
done here.

Meanwhile the Star Spangled Banner is being translated into Spanish and
rushed into production in time for Monday’s big protest—they say it is a
sign of solidarity! Who is doing the pr for these guys? The Minutemen?

Consider: the street demonstrations of hundreds of thousands of illegals
completely backfired—polls show that Americans are two times more likely
to oppose their demands than support them after seeing the demonstrations.
Wait til they hear the latest version of our national anthem!

Now let me update you on what is happening back here in Washington.

The Senators came back from their Easter break with a clear understanding
that Americans have had it. It’s not that they care about the outrage of
the citizenry over the failure of Washington to stop the illegal invasion.
No, what they want is to pass amnesty. But they have concluded they
can’t do that until they have made some gesture toward the demands of the
masses: border control and enforcement first.

So this week two things happen. Both excellent but need to be kept in
context. The Senate passed nearly $2 billion for border security and
Homeland Security’s Michael Chertoff, cracked down on IFCO, wooden pallet
makers, arresting 1187 illegal workers at their plants and 6 mid
management types.

The question is: Is this Administration suddenly serious about border
security and enforcement---or are they simply appeasing the masses long
enough to get Congress to approve an amnesty for 20 million illegals. The
facts suggest the latter.

On the one hand Secretary Chertoff’s said his department was committed to
going after “employers who knowingly or recklessly hire unauthorized
workers”. But then he said we need to create a legal path for employers
to hire workers on a “temporary basis”. (Read: massive guest worker.)

Considering Mr. Chertoff released most of the arrested illegal workers
before the sun went down we can’t take him too seriously anyway.

So here is what I expect. Next week the Senate will be back to meeting
privately to decide how much of an amnesty they can jam through the
Senate. Then the following week or two they will go for it.

We can’t let them do it.

Our plan—get back on phones! I know you must be tired of calling but it
is working. It’s what got us the $2 billion and the single raid. And
what you see on Monday will convince you all over again how urgently this
nation needs your efforts.

Tell all the Senators you can call and your Congressman: No Amnesty and No
Guest Worker—Tell them you want a fence and serious enforcement, and you
want them now!

Friends, America doesn’t have much time left if we can’t make Washington
do their job. The demands on Monday will be for amnesty for 20 million
people and their families. Our voice must be louder than theirs. Please
call your Senators' offices starting again Monday and don’t stop
calling—America is depending on you as it never has before.

Thank you for all you are doing to save this nation. I’ll report again to
you next week.

Bay Buchanan

Posted by Seth at April 28, 2006 01:58 PM


Well I guess I am done with tyson chicken! Monday is going to be fun we will see who is playing by the rules. I wonder though since the California Senate and House are taking the day off can we deport them as well? I mean this is a supposed to be a day with out illeagal Aliens if the california state government is taking the day off that would explain alot about california!

Thanks and keep up the good work!

Posted by: Stopleftwingnuts at April 28, 2006 06:52 PM

Thank you, Stopleftwingnuts :-)

I moved to North Carolina from San Francisco 4 months ago, and S.F.'s the bull's eye of American -- or maybe anti-American is a more suitable term -- leftism. Probably 3 out of 4 people I had conversations with there on the subject were "open borders" nuts.

When we liberate millions of people from a homicidal maniac dictator we're evil villains out for the oil, and when we want to stop a tidal wave of criminal aliens from screwing up the economy and veritably assaulting our health care system we're racists.

I remember when Cruz Bustamonte was trying to push a bill to issue driver's licenses to illegal aliens, in fact that was part of his "platform" when he ran in the recall election when we fired Davis, inept, lying, corrupt liberal asshat that he was(still is, no doubt).

What surprised me about that was that every liberal I knew(in SF, that's a good 90%, or so it seems, of any collection of acquaintances) wanted Davis to remain, even knowing all the facts about him, yet the majority of Californians were more willing to see Arnold become governor.

Posted by: Seth at April 29, 2006 01:54 AM