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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

A Whopping 'Dozens' protest Lakers coach Phil Jackson's comments on Arizona immigration law (PJ says FU)

When did "dozens" of people become a legitimate news story ? I see more angry people at Walgreen's when I go there than this 'piddly gathering of unemployed lawn specialists.  Here's their latest "Al Sharpton, SEIU, Jesse Jackson style extortion attempt by the "Give Us Amnesty or Death"  tribe, this one directed against  Phil Jackson  and the La Lakers as a whole.

And to speak frankly these Illegal Aliens and their aiding and abetting support networks are really starting piss we "Born, Bred and raised Americans" off  in a big way.

They don't belong here in the first place which means to me and a hundred million other Americans out here,  they simply have NO RIGHTS other than to be shown the Mexican border in a humane way as far as I'm concerned. I like Jackson won't be cowed by these protests and neither should you, as we're right and they ARE WRONG, and they will all soon be regretful for their unrealistic "demands of us".

Mark my words, as people are sick of it and I have hundreds of emails being circulated to prove it

Like the man on the right is how I feel about this issue, as many who read here can tell.

And furthermore organized boycotts from one American city or state to another are unconstitutional and illegal under the commerce clause.see below the story for more on that angle. Do read it and pass it around to those who are on the side of state and city based  "boycotts"

L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times    Among those at Monday’s protest were 15 Los Angeles High School students brought by their teacher, Rodney Lusain. He teaches history to 10th- and 11-graders and said his classes are currently studying immigration and protest. Lusain said he wanted to bring his students to the demonstration “so they get to see the power of protest.” 

Jackson, responding to criticism for his comments about Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigration, released a statement Monday saying he has “respect” for those who are opposing the law. 

“I’ve been involved in a number of progressive political issues over the years and I support those who stand up for their beliefs. It is what makes this country great,” he said in his statement.

“I have respect for those who oppose the new Arizona immigration law, but I am wary of putting entire sports organizations in the middle of political controversies. This was the message of my statement. I know others feel differently, even in the Lakers organization, but it was a personal statement. In this regard, it is my wish that this statement not be used by either side to rally activists.”

Looks as though THE Greatest basketball coach to ever live,  and of the coach of the Greatest Player of All time, winning an unbelievable 10 NBA titles as a coach and 2 as a player for the New York Knicks along a ride that isn't done just yet, won't be pushed around by these illegal alien activists ,who are much louder in noise than they are in numbers. 

Particularly when compared in numbers and power to we non Illegal working, taxpaying and law abiding Americans.

And frankly, I'm tiring and nearing my breaking point listening to their continuing noise, as I hope you are as well.  After all, when your children stomp their feet making outrageous demands and throwing around accusations and attacks what do you do? 

I certainly wouldn't listen very long before the shoe would drop and loud.
And furthermore these cities who are making talk of boycotts, I suggest they read the US commerce clause instead of trying abuse it to play their games with the constitution as they've been doing since Obama's Gangsters came to DC with PC guns blazing.

The boycotts adopted by Los Angeles and other cities against Arizona in response to the state’s recently passed immigration law may be more than self-righteous political posturing. They may also be unconstitutional. The Constitution’s commerce clause reserves the regulation of interstate and foreign commerce to the federal government, and the Supreme Court has held that state and local interference in such areas is prohibited.  more here


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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