June 29, 2007

The Detestable Bob Menendez.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 6:02 pm

Listen to the pious whining of the Jackass Senator from New Jersey. Like far too many on his side of the aisle, he is of the view that people who opposed the immigration bill are anti-immigrant; they represent the “lowest common denominator” in the country, and worse yet, they’re racists.

Senator, the operative word that you refuse to acknowledge is “illegal” immigrants. I don’t give a damn where illegal immigrants come from. If they come here illegally, they should not be rewarded for having broken our laws.

Besides, there was plenty wrong with the substance of the bill, not to mention the procedural game that was afoot to ram it down everyone’s throats. The damned thing was cobbled together behind closed doors; it was not the subject of any hearings, and it did not consider the financial and social impact that its passage would have.

Oh, I have no doubt that behind those closed doors there was plenty of concern raised about the adverse impact that not passing the bill might have on those businesses that profit from hiring people who came into this country in violation of existing laws – laws that were passed by these same Senators and which are supposed to be enforced by this Administration. Naturally, these businesses save money by paying sub-standard wages and leaving it to the taxpayer to pick up the tab for the “benefits”.

As for the crap about the “Honorable” Bob Menendez having heard in the Senate the use of the term “those people,” it is just that – crap. Enlighten-New Jersey has posted portion of the Congressional Record that contains the exchange on the Senate Floor to which the “Honorable” Senator Menendez refers.

The “Honorable” Bob Menendez is yet another in a long line of New Jersey political disgraces.

17 Comments »

  1. There is a definition of politics that goes like this:

    POLITICS – from: the Latin “poly”, meaning many; and “ticks”, a species of blood-sucking parasites.

    Comment by DMerriman — June 29, 2007 @ 6:54 pm

  2. I am a conservative Republican & a member of the RNC…they are not getting another dime out of me ever as long as a dipshit like this asshole has any position of power in the Republican party.I have been a faithful & at times generous contributor, but the key point is faithful to the core belief of conservative Republican philosophy.
    This dipshit is just a closet dimocrat with more in common with Kennedy,Kerry,Pelosi & thge Clintons than any core principle of the Republican party.
    Show me a person dedicated to the principles of what this country was founded on who believes in the law of the land & takes seriously the welfare & safety of this country with regard to terrorist`s & illegal immigration & I`ll show you the next president in a landslide….It sure as hell aint in the Dimocratic party or the Rino`s currently being fronted by the RNC.

    Comment by dudley1 — June 29, 2007 @ 7:13 pm

  3. This was a fight on the scale of the Boston Tea Party. I am really proud that libs/cons put aside differences and got serious about saving our nation.

    Mendendez’s state is full of illegals, welfare bums and friends of illegals.

    Comment by Pphilseng — June 29, 2007 @ 7:22 pm

  4. dudley1,

    Menendez is a democrat — a Hudson County democrat. If, however, you are talking about President Bush, I agree that he screwed the pooch on this one. Still, the absolute worst Republican is better than the best democrat, except if you are talking about New Jersey State Politicians, in which case, they are all swamp rats.

    Jimbo

    Comment by Jim — June 29, 2007 @ 7:33 pm

  5. Thank you for pointing out the real Sen “Pro_illegal Immigrant”. He was recently quoted as saying there are approximately 400,000 illegal immigrants in New Jersey. Of course, he does nothing. I call his office almost daily stating that the “American Revolution of 2007″ is about to enter his office … to throw his ass out. My red,white, and blue blood boils over illegal immigration. His bedroom partner, Sen do nothing Lautenburg must also go. Tee Shirts will be available in the near future … stay tuned for the billboards.

    Comment by DW — June 29, 2007 @ 8:00 pm

  6. I agree, we have been fleeced long enough. I’m glad our voice was heard this time.

    Jackoffs like menendez need to be tarred, feathered and rode out of town on a rail.

    Comment by Hammer — June 29, 2007 @ 8:16 pm

  7. Seems easy to say that giving a green card to an illegal alien is a reward for breaking the law, same as easy as accepting that those illegal aliens pay for unemployment benefits that they never recieve, pay for social security that they will never collect and still blame them for all social issues. the truth is that is easier to have slaves who just agree to be slaves cause being slaves here is better than being free anywhere else.
    If the current immigration laws were enforzable in reality, I bet there would be someone doing it and taking all the credits for it.

    Comment by Demin Magdalen — June 29, 2007 @ 8:20 pm

  8. The current immigration laws are “enforzable.” They are not not being “enforzed”.

    Comment by Jim — June 29, 2007 @ 8:39 pm

  9. Crashzine, Laughenburg, and Menendez…………THE HOLY TRINITY.

    Comment by KingDrudge — June 29, 2007 @ 8:47 pm

  10. Jimbo-
    I’ve had enough of this sh*t! I registered as a Republican in 1992…enough is enough! I re-registered as an Independent.
    Trent Lott has done showed this California Boy what it’s all about…a bunch of out-of-touch politicians, who… because of years of sitting on their US Govt
    money-makers & cuttin deals in the dark…think they can keep milkin the American tax-payer in return for empty promises….remember Congressman Newty?, with his “Contract With Your Momma”?… all they did was fu*kin debate/discuss…and the end result?.. Nothin was done.
    Well… I’m now proposing my own solution to the US Senate’s woefully low rating for voter satisfaction. This brain storm was provided to me via Senator Trent Lott (R-Mississippy)
    Yep!… A Mississippi Goat Fence
    (AKA: MFG) is all we need!

    http://www.sunherald.com/278/story/81785.html

    The MF’n MGF shall be placed around the Hill’s (Washington D.C.) grounds, fax’s, computers, and phones… once our honorable Senators have gone away for summer vacation. Upon return from their undeserved vacations they, the Senators, will have to hurdle “Ole Sparky”, for reentry into their respective offices. Teddy Kennedy ain’t got a chance in hell of not gettin popped in the balls!!! And yes, I realize that all Dianne Feinstein (D-Coweefornia) may feel is a hot flash, but I’m workin on it! Se habla Register INDEPENDENT! NO TANGO DINERO FOR THE RNC!!!

    Comment by JihadGene — June 29, 2007 @ 11:03 pm

  11. Ugh.

    Comment by RT — June 29, 2007 @ 11:54 pm

  12. Jimbo……

    About 2/3 of my rant did not take ….do not know what happened anyhow it started with the dimocrats who originally pushed for citizenship status to the illegals right through to Bush joining the bandwagon. Anyway its history now.

    By the way ,there is a post at “GOC in Atlanta” right on one of your favorite topics.Heh!Heh!heh!

    Comment by dudley1 — June 30, 2007 @ 9:12 am

  13. It is all about money. The big companies need cheap labor, and Mr. Enforzable, illegal immigrants are not slaves–Hello, they can leave, they are getting paid, and they are living well, with all the social services they need and desire. Plus, the Brazilians are amoral, they have one of the highest HIV rates in the world. Their values are brought here and our children’s lives are diminished by people who care about nothing more than putting down the country they come to, to take our jobs, then complain that we are not loving them enough–enough of the crap–get the heck out –go back to your cardboard box in Rio–obrigato!!!!!

    Comment by Brazilian Bombshell — June 30, 2007 @ 9:18 am

  14. . . . the operative word that you refuse to acknowledge is “illegal”

    This should be the starting and ending point of the entire messy discussion in any well-reasoned approach. Glad to see someone still occasionally points out this pesky little word. :-)

    Comment by dogette — June 30, 2007 @ 9:34 am

  15. Honestly?
    I’m tired of all the jackoffs Republican and Democrat alike, who’re under the false impression they’re somehow better, and smarter than their constituants.

    I’m ready for a real change.

    Comment by Dick — June 30, 2007 @ 10:02 am

  16. Yo, Jimbo…

    Re: “…the absolute worst Republican is better than the best democrat…”

    Can Joe Lieberman be an exception here? Because there are a few Republicans who suck baboon ass, and as far as Dems go, Joo Lieberman ain’t half bad.

    Comment by Erica — June 30, 2007 @ 11:28 am

  17. Saw this:

    http://www.break.com/pictures/27jun28.html

    Comment by RT — June 30, 2007 @ 3:58 pm

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