Thursday, June 15, 2006

Quotable Quotes

"It is now national policy to fail to guard borders, to fail to prosecute those who bear forged documents, to fail to arrest illegal aliens even when found. It is our government’s policy to fail to notice the illegal labor pools operating openly in every major city in America. It is doctrine to fail to deport illegal aliens even when they are arrested for other crimes, and to fail to investigate corporations openly claiming they cannot function without illegal labor. It is protocol to fail to notice when “temporary” visa holders never leave, and to fail to pursue court decisions against cities that actively provide sanctuary for immigration criminals." -- Mac Johnson.

I am issuing an official DRINK ALERT! on Mr. Johnson's piece. Please review the warning carefully before reading the linked-to piece.

You're welcome.

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Blogger ABFreedom said...

Is this fair tax gaining traction on your side of the border? .. It seems to have fallen off the face of the earth up here. ..

10:14 PM  
Blogger doyle said...

Yes! A few months back a caller mentioned to Boortz, co-author of The Fairtax Book and talk-radio host, wouldn't it be something if there was a Fairtax rally. So, Boortz planned one but not sure how many from the Atlanta area would actually attend, started with a smaller venue. When he got an indication it might be too small he changed the location to a larger one that would seat (I think) a thousand people.

Some folks coming from other states drove for hours to attend, it was standing room only, with I don't have a clue how many outside not able to get in.

Because of the response another rally is being planned. This one will be in Orlando with seating for 10,000. Probably more after that.

The Fairtax Book, now in softcover, continues to sell out.

See Nealz Nuze in my sidebar. There are talk-radio hosts . . . and then there's Boortz.

4:32 PM  
Blogger ABFreedom said...

Wow .. that's great to hear .. thanks .. maybe this could get the movement up here on the rails again.

9:20 PM  

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