Immigration talking points - killing Gringos

By Deborah Simmons April 14, 2006 Washington Times (Edited extract)

McCain stands with the elitists and liberals, whose point of view is: Let the immigrants do the dirty work - cleaning toilets, picking cotton, produce, and let them suckle the young ones. He gets in bed with Ted Kennedy. There are other talking points that the great deliberators and the conservatives and liberals who advise them aren't talking about.

While eyes and ears are focused on organizations that translate what Arab-speaking terrorists are saying, here's a peek at what's being said right here at home. These inciteful words are courtesy of the March 30 "We have got to eliminate the gringos" piece in NewsWithViews.com:

"The words (below) were spoken by Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor, University of Texas, Arlington and founder of the La Raza Unida political party. His full comment was: 'We have an aging white America ... They are dying ... We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him."

"In a column dated March 25, 2006, by Ernesto Cienguegos titled 'La Gran Marcha' surpasses all expectations," Cienguegos wrote: 'What does the immense success of "La Gran Marcha" mean to Mexicanos and other Latinos? It simply means that we now have the numbers, the political will and the organizational skills to direct our own destinies and not be subservient to the White and Jewish power structures.

It means that we can now undertake bigger and more significant mass actions to achieve total political and economic liberation like that being proposed by Juan Jose Gutierrez, President of Movimiento Latino USA. Juan Jose Gutierrez is proposing that the coalition that organized "La Gran Marcha" meet in Arizona or Texas on April 8 to "organize a mass boycott (huelga) against the economy of the USA" to take place on May 5 or 19."


Now, if it weren't for the First Amendment of America's Constitution - Got that? America's Constitution - both the professor and his compadre would be in a heap of trouble as seditionists. But those advising both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue - fail to see the clear and present danger because their eyes are trained on the midterm elections and 2008.

Republicans can't be counted on to do anything about illegal aliens because they want the cheap labor, and Democrats can't be counted on because they want the Hispanic vote...The easiest way to sort out politicians and commentators on the immigration invasion is with keywords.

Those who support amnesty, guest-worker programs and the lawlessness on our borders repeatedly use such terms as "undocumented workers," "hard working," "misdemeanor," "nation of immigrants,""comprehensive immigration reform" and "illegal immigrants."

People who enter our country illegally are not immigrants; they are illegal aliens. On the other hand, those who support securing our borders and stand in the name of law and order use terms like "illegal aliens," "deportation" and "felony."