Comment Last Three
March 21, 2010
Tens of thousands of legal US citizens across America and in Washington, DC this weekend want the health care bill to be killed. We loyal tax-paying citizens do not want Obamacare and the liberals or federal government to control our health care. We must take back our country from the far-left and socialists elected officials in this country. This is a fight like the founding fathers had to fight for freedom against the British.
A "Kill-the-Bill" message rang out from a giant crowd of 50,000 Tea Party activists who gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday for a last-minute protest against Congress's efforts to pass the Obama-Pelosi-Reid government-run healthcare plan. There are millions of people in the US that could not come to Washington, but they want the federal government out of their lives.
There are many pictures from the massive gathering in Washington yesterday, but will the liberal media show them to you?. Realize that this rally was literally put together in 2-days time by a coalition of dozens upon dozens of local and national Tea Party organizations including the Tea Party Express. Does Pelosi, Reed, or Obama think that the members of the Tea Party are just far-right people who do not represent real Americans? No, they just do not want to listen to the American people and are focused on passing this bill as any cost.
We're going to watch and see what Congress does. They've heard from the American people who believe in individual freedom and our Constitution. The polls (60%) show the public opposes this attempt to have the government take over our nation's healthcare system. The phones have been tied up with people calling in to oppose the bill. Emails and letters and FAXes opposing the bill number well into the millions.
If the members of Congress defy the American people, defy our Constitution, and push this bill through, then we will make sure they lose their seats in Congress. That is exactly what the "Tea Party Express is all about. We want elected officials who support what is in our national interests, not what a certain group or Party wants to jam down our throats.
Members of Congress: Should you choose to defy your boss - which is "We The People" - then expect that as a consequence you will be fired.
July 25, 2009
Again, we have an American citizen and federal border agent killed by an illegal alien. Our southern border is as dangerous as the Iraq-Iran border. We must have Mexican and US troops on the border along with the double fence authorized by the US Congress.
FBI Special Agent Keith Slotter said Friday investigators are checking hospitals and other medical facilities in hopes of tracking down the suspect or suspects who killed agent Robert Wilmer Rosas late Thursday after he responded to a Border Patrol call near Campo, a remote area of San Diego County.
The agent was killed by drug smugglers who are illegal immigrants trying to cross the border. "I am deeply saddened by the tragic death of one of our own," said Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. The Secretary has weakened the enforcement of the CBP since she took over the Department of Homeland Security. Ms. Napolitano said she had directed the department to use its full resources to aid in the murder investigation.
The agent spotted a suspicious group of people Thursday night in the Campo area near the Mexican border and called for additional agents to help track them, U.S. Border Patrol spokesman Daryl Reed said. When the suspicious group split up, the agent followed some of the suspects on his own, Mr. Reed said.
Other agents lost radio contact with him shortly after 9 p.m. then heard gunshots. They found Mr. Rosas, who was pronounced dead at the scene. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department said he was shot in the head.
The president of the union representing 17,000 Border Patrol agents declined to discuss the details of the shooting but said his organization has long been concerned about staffing levels and situations in which agents work alone in the field. He said such situations are not uncommon, even in the roughly 60 miles of border covered by the San Diego sector. "It's fairly common for our agents throughout San Diego County and the rest of the country to work without a partner," said T.J. Bonner, president of the National Border Patrol Council. "They each have separate vehicles, and it's a matter of concern with us."
The Border Patrol said the agent was 30 and was a three-year veteran who is survived by his wife, a 2-year-old son and an 11-month-old daughter. Our support goes out to his family.
We can use high-tech geospatial solutions to assist the border agents and help prevent deaths due to illegal aliens.