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- 08-09-2010, 11:28 PM #561
So where are these fancy satellites the government is supposed to have?
Why don't they monitor what is going from Mexico to the USA?
If they can monitor obscure places like Pakistan, Libya, and North Korea, why not South Padre Island and the Texas coast?
- 08-10-2010, 04:59 PM #562
Remember the guy who sued because he was too smart to be a cop.
This is the world I live in: The good guys are the bad guys--protecting criminals and silencing discontent;
Cameron County is a place unto itself, where philosophical concepts, such as right, wrong, legal, or moral are replaced with calculations of the cost of conducting business, by crminals, cartel collaborators, and sellouts.
And the War on Drugs is really a war on free enterprise; security for monopolies.
http://www.google.com/search?q=guy+who+ ... ent=safari
- 08-12-2010, 02:53 PM #563
My friend's wife manages a Taco Bell; Feds came in because two illegals were using two social security numbers "purchased" at acorn office.
When someone who actually owned one of the numbers tried to retire, government denied benefits because person was still working full time at Taco Bell according to use of social security number.
- 08-12-2010, 03:01 PM #564
New business just openned up on main street, where the illegals wait for "work.". Big sign in the window says in Spanish, "Get auto insurance here--no license required."
They wire money to Mexico; help get bank accounts and bank loans.
It is my opinion these businesses are aiding and abetting criminal activity by helping illegals stay here illegally.
- 08-13-2010, 01:13 PM #565
It is more than obvious that those who own the most on South Padre Island are also the same who are comfortable being the greatest offenders of hiring those workers who speak very little, if any, English, and are most likely not legal citizen workers--
In my opinion:
These resturant, hotel, and resort owners are part of the problem the U S faces today by willingly selling citizen workers out for cheaper illegal labor--who have no vested interest in maintaining or building a better society because they cannot even afford to live on South Padre Island;
They cram into the ghettos of Port Isabel and Laguna Heights, many of these housing residences would be condemned everywhere else in the US, but not in Cameron County, where the wealthiest business owners need the ghettos to supply cheap labor.
Welcome to the creation and transformation of the US into a third world nation with two classes.
- 08-14-2010, 11:26 AM #566
Calling out South Padre Island Mayor Bob Pinkerton, Jr., to begin the end of South Padre Island's role as a sanctuary city and beneficiary of illegal immigrant labor within SPI's city limits;
The first step to recruiting more legal permanent residents is by protecting the job pool for legal citizens.
- 08-14-2010, 11:37 AM #567
"Easy Access" politicians make it easy for their "friends" to get away with accessing illegal labor by maintaining a "soft on illegal labor crime" approach, then throw their hands in the air pretending like there is nothing they can do about the use of illegal labor by prominent businesses in their jurisdiction;
They also make available social services to enable low wages to continue by a back door way of pretending to care about the poor illegals, but really the public transit and free "community" medical let's the businesses off the hook for providing real wages and benefits to legal citizens.
- 08-14-2010, 11:45 AM #568
- 08-14-2010, 11:53 AM #569
Imagine a paradise where one can own slot machines and only pay a $15 a year arcade tax; serve food and alcohol without permits; use illegals as employees; get caught on video by the local tv news for admitting "this place is just like Vegas"--in a state where gambling is not legal; and GET CAUGHT BY THE CAMERON COUNTY DA'S OFFICE, and no one gets arrested or goes to jail:
Who's Your Padre.
- 08-14-2010, 12:17 PM #570