Thursday, July 3, 2014


Just ask a Native American or the Brits.

This nation was built on the backs of illegal immigrants and terrorists.

If the history books are accurate there's not one of our ancestors who were "legally" admitted to this country.

At one time in our history the Statue of Liberty symbolized what this country stood for;

The Promise of the Golden Door
"A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame is the imprisoned lightning,and her name, Mother of Exiles."

Immortalized in the poem of Emma Lazarus, the Statue speaks eternally the words of compassion: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." These words from the "The New Colossus," written in 1883, appear on the Statue's pedestal.

The Statue of Liberty was originally called "Liberty Enlightening the World," and this is truly her task - to enlighten mankind to the noble ideals of freedom and equality that belong to each one, and to hold high the standard of hope that light will always triumph over darkness. This is the promise represented in the Statue - that through every conflict, war, or loss, through every dispossession or abandonment of principle, the torch of freedom will continue to be held high.

Now we wave flags in protest of those very people we once were Protesters block migrant buses in Calif.

More than 100 people waving American flags and holding signs that opposed "new illegals" waited in the hot sun for the three charter buses to arrive at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Murrieta, about an hour north of San Diego.

Federal agents tried to avoid a conflict by taking a route that steered clear of the front entrance.

But instead, the crowd blocked the street and forced the buses to make an unplanned detour to an undisclosed processing center in San Diego County.

"We can't start taking care of others if we can't take care of our own," said protester Nancy Greyson, 60, of Murrieta.