Man arrested for burning Mexican Flag


A Tucson man was arrested Tuesday for his role in the burning of a Mexican flag as part of a counterprotest at a pro-immigration rally.

At about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Tucson police cited Roy Warden, 58, on suspicion of assault, criminal damage and reckless burning, and then released him, according to Sgt. Decio Hopffer.

GOP Bloggers points out that if you burn an America Flag in America that is freedom of speech. It is either none or all. You can destroy our flag, but not there's. Do you agree with that? Or should that be changed?

Published in: on April 13, 2006 at 5:14 pm  Comments (1)  

Steve White in trouble again

Well democrat congressional candidate Steve White is in trouble yet again. You may remember he was investaget for showing;

The clip refers to President Bush as an a–hole and includes disparaging remarks about top people in the Bush administration, as well as Fox News personalities such as Bill O’Reilly.

If that is not bad enough it looks like Steve White did almost the same thing again, except against Bill Clinton.

White, who is a Democratic candidate for the District 4 seat on the state House of Representatives, was previously accused of showing an offensive Internet video against the Bush administration to his eighth grade science class at West Limestone High School.

“We’ve had some calls from parents about other allegations and we are talking to students,” Carroll said. “We hope by (Tuesday) we will be able to determine something and move in whatever direction we need to.”

Carroll did not describe the new complaints but one parent said an obscene video showing an animated Bill Clinton was shown to students.

This is wrong, forcing your beliefs onto other people, who are 8th grade students. This seems like grounds for removal from his position. Does he think this is helping him? Liberals might not even vote for him. These actions need to be ended immediately. At the least White should have no contact with any school computer for the time being.

I especially love that White forced a young man in his class to say "John Kerry Rocks," before leaving class.

Counter Protester Beat

A Counter protester to the immigration rallies today was beat.

Dozens of people pressing for rights for illegal immigrants gathered for a peaceful demonstration on Monday just minutes after a counter-protestor was bloodied by a teenager who hid his face with a bandanna.

The attacker, described as a Hispanic teenager, went after one of three white people carrying signs arguing that illegals have no rights, police said.

As the teen fled, the victim dropped to the pavement after being hit with something heavy that the teen had carried, possibly in a sock or a bandanna, said Portland Police Sgt. Robin Gauvin. There were no arrests as of late afternoon.

The victim, identified as Robert Gorman, 23, of Portland, was hauled away in an ambulance minutes before 200 people gathered. He was treated and released from Maine Medical Center.

Hope this man recovers. When things like this happen, nobody wins.

Published in: on April 11, 2006 at 6:05 pm  Leave a Comment  

Look what the Dems are doing now

This is another ridiculous thing from Democrats. It is regarding the immigration situation.

A number of photoswere taken at yesterday's Dallas illegal immigrant protest, including this one of a Democrat recruitment flyer encouraging Mexican immigrants to vote for Democrats in 2006.


Published in: on April 11, 2006 at 2:08 pm  Comments (2)  

Dems in Vermont: Impeachment

You have Ben Affleck, now you have Vermont Democrats, Howard Deans home state.

 Democratic Party leaders in Vermont on Saturday passed a motion asking Congress to immediately begin impeachment proceedings against President Bush.

In an elementary school cafeteria strewn with American flags and copies of the U.S. Constitution, some 100 state party officials agreed to make the request to the U.S. House of Representatives.

"You know in your own hearts and minds that something is terribly wrong in this country," said Margaret Lucenti, a Democrat from Vermont's capital Montpelier.

The measure asks the Republican-controlled House to pass articles of impeachment against Bush for misleading the nation on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction and engaging in illegal wiretapping, among other charges.

Democratic state committees in Wisconsin, New Mexico, Nevada and North Carolina have taken similar steps.

Congress does not care what any democratic state committee thinks. This is just more ranting and raving. This shows how Howard Dean is leading the democratic party. This is the only better for Republicans, it turns independents and undecideds off from voting democratic, so for all you out there Republican all the way.

Published in: on April 9, 2006 at 9:30 pm  Comments (1)