Thursday, March 08, 2007

GIVE ME YOUR TIRED, YOUR POOR. Keep your criminals.

While legal immigrants and illegal aliens come to America for an improved standard of living, those millions of foreigners are decidedly harming the quality of life for many in this nation -- from those who have been displaced in their jobs by cheap immigrant workers to taxpayers paying for endless infrastructure and services, students getting a worse education in radically "diverse" classrooms and crime victims who have suffered at the hands of criminal aliens in this country.
A November 2006 WorldNetDaily piece (ht-Jules Crittenden) reported that twelve Americans are murdered every day by illegal aliens. If those numbers are correct, it translates to 4,380 Americans murdered annually by illegal aliens. That's 21,900 since Sept. 11, 2001. But the carnage wrought by illegal alien murderers represents only a fraction of the pool of blood spilled by American citizens as a result of an open border and un-enforced immigration laws.
While the report says that 12 Americans are murdered daily by illegal aliens, it says that an additional 13 are killed by drunk illegal alien drivers each day - for another annual death toll of 4,745. That's 23,725 since Sept. 11, 2001. And while the actual number of all U.S. accidents caused by illegal aliens aren't tracked by the government, the statistical and anecdotal evidence suggests many of last year's 42,636 road deaths involved illegal aliens.
And the deaths are just the tip of the iceberg. In its Feb. 27, 07 piece titled, "More Americans killed by illegal aliens than Iraq war, study says" Family Security Matters estimates that the 267,000 illegal aliens currently incarcerated in the nation are responsible for nearly 1,300,000 crimes, ranging from drug arrests to rape and murder. So much for the claim that illegal immigration is a victimless crime.
Just as these illegal aliens shouldn't be here in the first place, and the people they killed shouldn't have died and the people the robbed or raped shouldn't have been victimized, Vicente Ignacio Beltran Moreno (or whatever his real name is) shouldn't have been here and 13-year-old Clay Moore shouldn't have been kidnapped, and wouldn't have, if the U.S. government had done its job of keeping the illegal Mexicans from crossing our borders in the first place.
The man suspected of kidnapping a 13-year-old boy and leaving him tied to a tree in the woods in a ransom scheme reportedly is an illegal alien who had already been deported once. Doesn't belong here. Shouldn't be tying people to trees here.

Kidnapper Of 13 Year-old Florida Boy Is A Previously Deported Illegal Alien.
Of course you'd never know this from the headlines of the AP report which refers to the previously deported illegal Mexican as "Man" (ht-Dan Riehl). You have to read far down in the body of the AP article to learn that the kidnapper, 22 year-old Vicente Ignacio Beltran Moreno, is an "undocumented immigrant" (read as illegal alien, a criminal in the first instance, even prior to kidnapping a 13 year-old boy for ransom).
Beltran, a native of Mexico, had worked at the farm three years ago, but later became a laborer for an aluminum contractor. Beltran-Moreno lived with his girlfriend in a the house, which is in the 3700 block of 17th Street Court East. Authorities executed a search warrant on his home Sunday, March 4 and recovered a rough draft of a ransom note. Obtaining the warrants took longer than expected due to the suspected kidnapper's multiple aliases. Beltran-Moreno is an undocumented immigrant who at one time was deported from the United States.
"The ransom note is at least a ransom note that was prepared to be given to someone or it was a practice ransom note, but we have fitted it to this case and it absolutely pertains to the motive for the abduction of Clay Moore," said Manatee County Sheriff Charlie Wells.
Clay Moore was kidnapped at gun point from his school bus stop. Clay was abducted Friday just before 9 a.m. while he waiting for his school bus with 15 other students. The Manatee School of the Arts student was forced at gunpoint into the truck from the stop at the Kingsfield Lakes subdivision in Parrish. Authorities believe it was planned as a ransom attempt, but Moore escaped on his own. Early Friday morning, Clay was ordered to get into a red Ford Ranger, bound and taken to a wooded rural area about 20 miles away. Clay freed himself after he was left alone and then walked until he found a farm worker with a cell phone.

Authorities said Clay was chosen at random. They believe Beltran-Moreno planned to keep Clay tied up in the wooded area until the ransom was met.
Clay was waiting with about 15 other students when a man pointed a gun and forced him into an older model red pick-up truck.
The abductor drove Clay for about 20 miles to Faulkner Farms off of State Road 64 in Myakka City. He led the boy into a heavily wooded area, where he bound the boy to trees using duct tape and gagged him with one of his own socks.
The man told Clay he would return, before driving from the ranch.
Clay sat for about two hours before using a safety pin to free himself. He stumbled through the rural area until coming upon a farmworker on a tractor, who spoke little English but had a cell phone.
Clay dialed his mother at 1:30 p.m. and told her he was safe.
Deputies traced the boy's call and found him, ending the nightmarish 4½-hour ordeal.

"Obviously what threw everything into a spin was when the kid escaped," Wells said.
Wells credited the teen's keen eye for detail with breaking the case. Clay was driven to a rural area and tied to a tree, Manatee County Sheriff Charlie Wells said.
The boy used a safety pin he had hidden in his mouth to cut through duct tape and other bonds that were holding him, authorities and his parents said. (Full story)
He walked until he came upon some farm workers and was able to borrow a cell phone to call his parents.
Information that Clay gave authorities led them to issue an arrest warrant for Beltran-Moreno on charges of armed kidnapping and aggravated assault.
"He was right on the money with the information that he gave us," Wells said.
Police recovered the red pickup truck allegedly used in the kidnapping at the suspect's home in Bradenton, Florida.
During their investigation, police recovered a handwritten ransom note less than a page long, possibly intended for Clay's parents, that contained unspecified threats, Wells said.
"It was his intention, the suspect's intention, to leave Clay Moore tied in the woods until he got his money," Wells said.

Kidnapper was afraid of being locked up in a Mexican prison, so he turned himself in on the Texas side of the border.

Vicente Ignacio Beltran-Moreno, 22, turned himself over to U.S. authorities after walking across the U.S.-Mexico border at the Hidalgo County crossing, Maj. Connie Shingledecker said at a news conference.
Beltran-Moreno had fled to Sinaloa state on Mexico's Pacific coast soon after the February 23 abduction of Clay Moore, 13, Shingledecker said.
The suspect was with relatives in his native Mexico, and authorities persuaded him to turn himself in Wednesday in Texas through a series of daily phone calls, Shingledecker said.
She said arrangements were being made to extradite Beltran-Moreno from Texas.
Authorities say Beltran-Moreno abducted the boy at gunpoint from a school bus stop in Parrish, Florida, about 30 miles southeast of St. Petersburg, Florida.

So often, we get caught up in a debate over political semantics and end up ignoring the hard-shell realities of what we're talking about. According to, here are some of the realities that Flake-Gutierrez Bill would airbrush out of the picture:

Number of Illegal Aliens in the Country

Money Wired to Mexico City since January, 2006

Cost of Social Security Services for Illegal Aliens since 1996

Number of Children of Illegal Aliens in Public Schools

Cost of Illegal Aliens in K-12 Since 1996:
$13, 965,063,431.00

Number of Illegal Aliens Incarcerated

Cost of Incarcerations Since 2001

Number of Illegal Aliens Fugitives

Skilled Jobs Taken by Illegal Aliens

Figures can trick your eyes. Take particular note that items 2,3,5, and 7 reflect BILLION not millions of dollars -- and that item 3 exceeds one-third of a TRILLION dollars.

Can you imagine how much it will cost taxpayers if we triple the number of Illegals entering this country!!


So, What's in a Billion?.......

Granted................. this is from the US!

The next time you hear a politician use the word "billion" in a casual manner, think about whether you want the "politicians" spending your tax money.

A billion is a difficult number to comprehend, but one advertising agency did a good job of putting that figure into some perspective in one of its releases.

A. A billion seconds ago it was 1959.

B. A billion minutes ago Jesus was alive.

C. A billion hours ago our ancestors were living in the Stone Age.

D. A billion days ago no-one walked on the earth on two feet.

E. A billion dollars ago was only 8 hours and 20 minutes, at the rate our government is spe nding it.

While this thought is still fresh in our brain, let's take a look at New Orleans. It's amazing what you can learn with some simple division . . .

Louisiana Senator, Mary Landrieu (D), is presently asking the Congress for $250 BILLION to rebuild New Orleans. Interesting number, what does it mean?

a. Well, if you are one of 484,674 residents of New Orleans (every man, woman, child), you each get $516,528.

b. Or, if you have one of the 188,251 homes in New Orleans, your home gets $1,329,787.

c. Or, if you are a family of four, your family gets $2,066,012.

Washington, D.C. .... HELLO!!! ... Are all your calculators broken??

This is too true.........And these numbers don't lie.........and, it's not funny!!!



Blogger ichbinalj said...

A line from a poem, “The New Colossus,” by the nineteenth-century American poet Emma Lazarus. “The New Colossus,” describing the Statue of Liberty, appears on a plaque at the base of the statue. It ends with the statue herself speaking:
Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me:
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.

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