Daily Archives: October 10, 2007

Why?


Tell me why it’s so important to capitulate to Muslims right now when we’re in a war with their worst elements? I want to NOT be “that” person, but, tell me, why MUST we do this?

New York’s iconic Empire State Building is to be lit up green from Friday in honor of the Muslim holiday of Eid, the biggest festival in the Muslim calendar marking the end of Ramadan, officials said.

“This is the first time that the Empire State Building will be illuminated for Eid, and the lighting will become an annual event in the same tradition of the yearly lightings for Christmas and Hannukah,” according to a statement.

Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fasting month, is expected to be celebrated in New York from Friday, depending on when the new moon is sighted, and the city’s tallest skyscraper will remain green until Sunday.

Didn’t the worst of the crazy Islamofascists already demolish three New York buildings (yes, I’m including building 7 9/11 truthers).

Why?

Tell me why it’s so important to capitulate to Muslims right now when we’re in a war with their worst elements?

New York’s iconic Empire State Building is to be lit up green from Friday in honor of the Muslim holiday of Eid, the biggest festival in the Muslim calendar marking the end of Ramadan, officials said.

“This is the first time that the Empire State Building will be illuminated for Eid, and the lighting will become an annual event in the same tradition of the yearly lightings for Christmas and Hannukah,” according to a statement.

Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fasting month, is expected to be celebrated in New York from Friday, depending on when the new moon is sighted, and the city’s tallest skyscraper will remain green until Sunday.

Didn’t the worst of the crazy Islamofascists already demolish three New York buildings (yes, I’m including building 7 9/11 truthers)?

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Illegal Aliens Look to Oregon: State Laws DO Matter

From a story in the Arizona Republic where voters are sick of footing the bill for people who have lied, cheated, stolen to break into the country and their state. See the article here. Here’s what you need to know from it:

The state’s new employer-sanctions law and other measures aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration already have prompted many undocumented immigrants to pack up and move out of Arizona. But the majority of the 500,000 are staying put – for now.

Many are waiting to see if two lawsuits aimed at blocking the sanctions law are successful before making a decision to stay or go. Others are waiting to see how the law will be enforced.

If a large-scale exodus does materialize, it probably won’t begin until December, just before the new law takes effect Jan. 1, say immigrants, church leaders and immigrant advocates. December also is traditionally when many Mexican immigrants, who make up the bulk of the state’s undocumented population, return home for the holidays.

Some are thinking about going back to Mexico. Others are considering moving to states such as Oregon, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Illinois and New York. There is a perception that those states are more welcoming to immigrants because they have passed laws that make it easier for them to live there. New York, for example, passed a law in September allowing illegal immigrants to get driver’s licenses, joining eight states with similar laws, among them Oregon, Utah and New Mexico.

Tell ’em where you saw it. Http://www.victoriataft.com

Illegal Aliens Look to Oregon: State Laws DO Matter

From a story in the Arizona Republic where voters are sick of footing the bill for people who have lied, cheated, stolen to break into the country and their state. See the article here. Here’s what you need to know from it:

The state’s new employer-sanctions law and other measures aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration already have prompted many undocumented immigrants to pack up and move out of Arizona. But the majority of the 500,000 are staying put – for now.

Many are waiting to see if two lawsuits aimed at blocking the sanctions law are successful before making a decision to stay or go. Others are waiting to see how the law will be enforced.

If a large-scale exodus does materialize, it probably won’t begin until December, just before the new law takes effect Jan. 1, say immigrants, church leaders and immigrant advocates. December also is traditionally when many Mexican immigrants, who make up the bulk of the state’s undocumented population, return home for the holidays.

Some are thinking about going back to Mexico. Others are considering moving to states such as Oregon, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Illinois and New York. There is a perception that those states are more welcoming to immigrants because they have passed laws that make it easier for them to live there. New York, for example, passed a law in September allowing illegal immigrants to get driver’s licenses, joining eight states with similar laws, among them Oregon, Utah and New Mexico.

Tell ’em where you saw it. Http://www.victoriataft.com