August 8, 2006, - 1:49 pm

OUTRAGE: Brave Border Agents Prosecuted, While Muslim Illegal Alien “Students” Roam Free

By Debbie Schlussel
Federal Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean are facing 20 years in prison for going after illegal aliens and smugglers. Our government thinks the diligent job they did to protect themselves and our borders is a problem.
Meanwhile, 11 missing Egyptian “students” who skipped town–and school–are roaming free in America. But our government doesn’t think that is a problem. The FBI says there’s no reason for concern. Way to go, Famous But Incompetent.
What’s wrong with this picture? What’s wrong is that the Bush Administration is not serious about the illegal alien problem and stemming it. What’s wrong is that the Bush Administration is too concerned with politically correct pandering to Islamic foreigners than our safety.
And what’s wrong is that a month before the 5th anniversary of 9/11, we are less safe and more besotten with the co-religionists of those who attacked us than ever.
Here are the important details from a longer, very important piece by The Daily Bulletin (Ontario, California) newspaper’s Sara A. Carter:

EL PASO, Texas – Border Patrol Agent Ignacio Ramos could hear his heart racing. He could feel the dry, hot dust burning against his skin as he chased a drug trafficker trying to flee back into Mexico.
Ramos’ fellow agent, Jose Alonso Compean, was lying on the ground behind him, banged up and bloody from a scuffle with the much-bigger smuggler moments earlier.
Suddenly the smuggler turned toward the pursuing Ramos, gun in hand. Ramos, his own weapon already drawn, shot at him, though the man was able to flee into the brush and escape the agents.
Now, nearly 18 months after that violent encounter, Ramos and Compean are facing 20 years in federal prison for their actions.
Why?
According to the U.S. attorney who successfully prosecuted the agents, the man they were chasing didn’t actually have a gun, shooting him in the back violated his civil rights, the agents didn’t know for a fact that he was a drug smuggler, and they broke Border Patrol rules about discharging their weapons and preserving a crime scene.
Even more broadly, Assistant U.S. Attorney Debra Kanof said, Ramos and Compean had no business chasing someone in the first place. . . .
“They don’t throw this many charges at guys they’ve caught with over 2,000 pounds of marijuana,” Ramos said. “There’s murderers and child rapists that are looking at less time than me.
“I am not guilty. I did not do what they’re accusing me of.” . . .
Ramos, an eight-year veteran of the U.S. Naval Reserve and a former nominee for Border Patrol Agent of the Year, now has but one thing on his mind: What will happen to his wife and three young sons if he spends the next two decades in prison?
“It’s (with) a leap of faith and my devotion to God that me and my family will make it through this,” Ramos said as he looked at his wife, Monica, during an exclusive interview with the Daily Bulletin this past month in El Paso.
Two things were clear throughout the interview: Ramos is convinced he was simply doing his job when Aldrete-Davila was shot, and he is perplexed as to why he and his partner are being punished so severely. . . .
About a week ago, feeling little hope, Joe Loya, Monica Ramos’ father, took the family on what will be Ignacio Ramos’ last fishing trip with his sons before he is sentenced.
“What kind of justice is this?” Loya asked. “What kind of nation do we live in when the word of a smuggler means more than the word of a just man?”
Monica Ramos says her hardest day is yet to come — the day the authorities take her husband away.
“We just guard (our children’s) hearts right now,” Monica Ramos said. “I think about the last time he’ll hug them as children, and maybe not get the chance to hug them again until they are grown men.”
The sons are between 6 and 13 years old.
Ignacio Ramos was, if anything, even more emotional.
“Less than a month left with my family,” he said, his voice choking, as though the air had been pulled from his lungs. “My sons,” he whispered. Then silence. . . .
Then he talked about the memories he would never have, “their first dates, high school graduation, sports,” and the tears falling from his eyes were mirrored only by those of his wife, who took his hand into hers.

Read the whole thing. It will–and should–make your blood boil. What our “Justice” Department–President Bush and Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez’s Justice Department–is doing to these men is an outrage.
Thanks to the many readers who sent me this article.

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We have met the enemy and he is us.

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 2:51 pm

For once, I agree with Bruno.
“It is a violation of Border Patrol regulations to go after someone who is fleeing,” she said. “The Border Patrol pursuit policy prohibits the pursuit of someone.”
…wtf? What are we supposed to do? Tell them to stop? The agents acted justly. This punishment should be going to the person that prosecuted them.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 3:12 pm

We are absoolutely SCREWED if we continue to prosecute those that are hired and trained to uphold our laws. Our sovereignty means NOTHING if these Border Patrol Agents spend even 1 day incarcerated for this!! Assistant U.S. Attorney Debra Kanof is a total scum-bag for even pursuing these ludicrous charges and prosecuting these men. How the hell can she sleep at night, let alone, live with herself. Once again, the criminals win.

Yiddish Steel on August 8, 2006 at 4:21 pm

“Even more broadly, Assistant U.S. Attorney Debra Kanof said, Ramos and Compean had no business chasing someone in the first place.
“It is a violation of Border Patrol regulations to go after someone who is fleeing,” she said. “The Border Patrol pursuit policy prohibits the pursuit of someone.”"
So why have a Border Patrol?

KOAJaps on August 8, 2006 at 5:49 pm

Hey, Descent,
Don’t try to kiss my ass. You made three posts today “hacking” my identity. Two of which appeared under Debbie’s thread about her review of the Oliver Stone movie, “9/11″.
You hacked my identity and posted false shit under my name. I alerted Debbie to this and she traced your ISP. You not only posted under “Descent”, but you also post under “DollarsandCents”.
You took my name and posted under the following thread; “”Jew Nose”: Letters From My “Cousins”", in resonse to Anonymous Twit, portraying me as a fag.
Debbie indicated in her e-mail that she banned you. Why you’re still posting is a mystery to me.
All I have to say is that if you can hijack MY identity on this blog, then no one is safe.

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 7:43 pm

BTW, the two posts that “Descent” posted under MY name in the Oliver Stone movie review were deleted after I notified Debbie that they weren’t from me.
“Descent” and “DollarsandCents” is a HACKER!

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:04 pm

FYI, there was no “hacking” of the account. If you look at the account name it was simply Thee_Bruno. (note the period). Typekey, though, allows you to change your display name to whatever you’d like, regardless of your account name. Anyone could theoretically change their name to Thee_Bruno. See this link for the fake profile: http://profile.typekey.com/Thee_Bruno.
Also, regardless of what she did with my isp, I did no wrong. Making your name resemble someone else’s is not a crime.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:11 pm

BTW, don’t oversell yourself. I was simply stating that I agree with you, and no matter how much you would absolutely love for me to, I would never go anywhere near your ass.
Sorry sweetheart ;)

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:14 pm

Hey, Descent,
You’re a hacker, pure and simple…you just proved it with your last post – scumbag!

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:17 pm

Descent doesn’t even have the decency to post under his own names. He has to hack MY identity to try to prove his sick, perversion. Descent and DoillarsandCents is a mindless, LEFT-WING, LIBERAL moron who has to HACK into other peoples’ identity to prove that he’s a basketcase.
What a fuck-up!
You’re gonna be banned from this blog – you moron. LMFAO!!!!!!

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:21 pm

Thee_Bruno, in a way, I suppose you could say that…imposter would be more accurate though. To say “hack” would imply that I some how compromised your password, email, or other personal data, none of which I ever attempted, or did indeed, do. Throwing the term around like that proves that you know about as much as the internet as Senator Ted Stevens or Joe Lieberman, who accuesed someone of “hacking” his site, when in reality it appears that someone launched a DDoS attack, which is definitely not hacking.
Go read up on the internets, what they are, and how they work, and then we’ll talk.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:23 pm

“A Texas jury convicted the pair of assault with serious bodily injury; assault with a deadly weapon; discharge of a firearm in relation to a crime of violence; and a civil rights violation”
Wanna bet all the jurors were Mexicans?
The USA is going down the tubes. It is becoming as corrupt as Mexico.
I fought a war for this crap..time for a revolution IMHO

ScottyDog on August 8, 2006 at 8:24 pm

BTW, to be banned from this blog will simply mean that I won’t be able to post under those names..if I really wanted to, I could post here forever using different email addresses, or if they ban my IP address, simply using a TOR proxy. However, if I do indeed get banned, then I simply won’t come back.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:25 pm

No one is safe posting anything on this blog with the likes of that asshole, Descent, a/k/a, DollarsandCents.
All he has to do is change your “handle”, then, lo and behold, you, too, become a left-wing scumbag!
Why post here if everyone is a potential victim of “identity theft”?

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:26 pm

No, you idiot, again you prove your ignorance of technology. I didn’t change anyone else’s handle. Listen carefully..if you go to you log-in to type key, then go to account preferences, there’s a box, very simply named “Nickname” more than likely, the little radio button is filled in. All you have to do is change that to whatever name you want, and voila, you’ve become that poster. There’s no changing of anyone else’s account but your own, and again, no data was compromised, or gained from this process AS THE CHANGES WERE TO MY OWN ACCOUNT.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:29 pm

PS, Debbie, I’d like to emphasize that none of your users log-in names, emails, passwords, etc were compromised by me. It was a prank on Bruno, and only him, and as I’ve said, not even his information was aquired.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:32 pm

Descent,
You DID hack my computer because when I tried to log onto this site (my user name and password are already entered in memory), my user name all of a sudden showed up as “Thee_bruno”, and NOT “Thee_Bruno” (upper case B). Now, we all know that my identity is “Thee_Bruno” (upper case B). However, when you posted your last post to “anonymous twit” under the thread, “Jew Nose”: Letters From My “Cousins”, you used “Thee_bruno”. Hence, when I tried to log onto this blog for the first time today, my identity automatically defaulted to “Thee_bruno” (lower case B).
You’re a hacker, and I’m going to file charges once I have my computer forensically examined. The Internet, as you know, is chock full of “footprints”.
BTW, why are you so defensive about my accusing you of being a hacker, hmmmmmmm?

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:38 pm

Why hasn’t Debbie banned you from posting here, as she promised me?

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 8:40 pm

Bruno, please, get your computer forensically examined, When you determine that no one compromised it, weep silently. In order for me to have even ATTEMPTED to get into your profile, I’d first need your IP address, which is available ONLY to the site owner, or in this case Debbie. There is no other way for me to specifically target your computer on the internet with out this, and no way to simply grab it off a static web page. Second, I’d need to get you to download or install a backdoor, or “trojan” onto your computer, at which point I could use your IP address to connect to. So, since you haven’t had any contact with me outside of here, or downloaded a trojan sent to you from me, AND I didn’t have your IP address, that case is out. And you could try to look at “internet footprints”, but again, you’d never see any, because I never connected to your system. I know all this, because I’m a network security technician, and deal with REAL hack attacks all the time. To further debunk your whack ass conspiracy theory, I’ll give YOU the actual account I used to log in. If you go to typekey, log out, try logging back in with this: thee_bruno. (PERIOD at the end of that) for the username, and for the password 123456 . That is the fake profile I created to impersonate you. If I had hacked your computer, your type key password would then have to have changed to 123456 .
Yours truly,
Chris

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 8:50 pm

My, my. The extent to which you put yourself through to “innocently” try to impersonate me. I’m not an Internet security technician like yourself, however, I have created several websites, and I do know what ISP’s, IP Addresses(Internet Protocol Addresses), and the like are, and I DO know that the Internet is FULL of “footprints”, as you know. The Internet has more “footprints” than a crime scene created by a criminal without wearing any gloves. How do you think that the authorities can track spammers, hackers, and virus techs anywhere in the world?
You, my friend, can feign innocence all you like.
You can spew “type-key” this, and “bullshit” that, but I know damn-well that you hacked my computer because when I logged on today, my usual defaults were changed to the exact same handle that you used to falsely post under my name – hoping I was going to fall into your trap of posting under your “assumed” name.
BTW, you DO seem well versed in Internet security. Maybe TOO well-versed, hmmmm?
No one is safe with you here.
How many other names on this blog, and others, have you “hacked”?

Thee_Bruno on August 8, 2006 at 9:06 pm

You’re right bruno, I hacked your computer. Very well played, friend, you truly seem to know what you’re talking about. Oh yes, not talking out of your ass or anything. Look, if you insist on getting your computer forensically analyzed, I recomend you take it somewhere VERY expensive, it’s worth it, trust me. As for “other names I’ve hacked”, there are none, as I didn’t hack ANY to begin with. If people on this site feel uncomfortable because of your fear mongering, they should simply change their password. The best ones to use are ones that have alternating case’s, numbers, and symbols, like, MyPassword123. Those are the hardest for hackers to crack.
Bruno, keep doing what you do best…shitting out of your mouth.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 9:40 pm

Also,
You vomited “‘m not an Internet security technician like yourself, however, I have created several websites, and I do know what ISP’s, IP Addresses(Internet Protocol Addresses), and the like are, and I DO know that the Internet is FULL of “footprints”, as you know. The Internet has more “footprints” than a crime scene created by a criminal without wearing any gloves. How do you think that the authorities can track spammers, hackers, and virus techs anywhere in the world?”
Wrong, wrong, wrong. Spammers, hackers, and virus author’s are almost never caught..if they were, I wouldn’t have a job, and no one would be getting any spam.(If only!). As I’ve said, there are many SIMPLE ways of concealing your IP address so that it is virtually impossible to trace.(Do a google search for the TOR proxy). Even so, you can only do so much with an IP address. You can get a general idea of where it’s originating from geographically, and you can find out who their isp is. At that point you can send a complaint to the ISP, or if you have evidence for a case, you can file what is called a John Doe subpeona with the courts, who may or may not grant you a court order to take to the ISP to get the customer records. So, as you see, even if you were to find any “footprints” from me on your computer, you’ve got a long way and a couple thousand dollars to go.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 9:46 pm

Ok, now I’m convinced Bruno is just a joke account. No one could possibly be this stupid. Of course it does seem to be somewhat common for super conservatives to embrace ignorance.

DudeSteak on August 8, 2006 at 10:06 pm

Ok, as a test I just changed my nickname to Descent to see if I can emulate what Descent did. This is DudeSteak posting under the nickname Descent…this is not Descent.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:08 pm

Whoa! I must be a hacker! Hey Descent, since I’m clearly a computer expert now, do you think you could hook me up with a job as a network admin!?!?!?

DudeSteak on August 8, 2006 at 10:09 pm

That confused me. For proof of this bruno, if you highlight the little face-with-talking bubble, bruno, you’ll see that it links you to dude steaks profile. Also, if you’d like to confirm this, have debbie look up our IP addresses, and she can confirm that they are different. Mine should be from the Cleveland area, and dudesteaks, from where ever his is.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:10 pm

Also, bruno, if you highlight my name, it goes back to MY profile, that is profiles.typekey.com/Descent

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:10 pm

Whoa dudesteak, you are a true 1337 h4x0r. Let’s hack a gibson!

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:11 pm

“You vomited..” hahaha! About the only one I haven’t seen Thee_Bruno use yet is “You excreted..” Hmmm interesting debate though.
“As I’ve said, there are many SIMPLE ways of concealing your IP address so that it is virtually impossible to trace.(Do a google search for the TOR proxy). Even so, you can only do so much with an IP address. You can get a general idea of where it’s originating from geographically..”
Are you sure about that Descent?

Eric on August 8, 2006 at 10:14 pm

Actually, yes I am, as along as we’re speaking in terms of legal-and-legitimate analysis and methods of information gathering on IP addresses. You could run a trace route, to see how many different connections your computer had to make to get to the other, but that proves nothing. Now, as far as illegal or mischievous things there are a number of ways you could use an IP address. DoS attacks, compromising the system through trojan holes, exploits, buffer overflows, etc.
Unless you’re hinting at something else entirely?

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:18 pm

Also, unless you have a static IP address, all it takes is a cable/dsl modem reboot to be assigned a new IP, and someone else can then have your old one, meaning you wouldn’t even be hitting the same person.

Descent on August 8, 2006 at 10:20 pm

My boil does boil. If there’s one thing G-d feels more outrage about than any other transgression, is when there’s injustice executed. And He takes note of the guilty party and does not forget. Neither should we forget and forgive those who take the word of a criminal over the word of those just men. And yes, I am angry at what my country has done to Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Campean, who were simply doing their sworn duty to uphold its laws and keep the rest of us safe. Those who prosecuted them will be held accountable and it follow them the rest of their lives. I was raised not to bear the sight of injustice on earth and if I am angry about what has transpired, imagine the wrath from our Father In Heaven!

NormanF on August 8, 2006 at 10:52 pm

No, Descent, I’m not hinting at anything. Your analysis sounds pretty good just as long as “… we’re speaking in terms of legal-and-legitimate analysis and methods of information gathering on IP addresses.”
NormanF, you have an excellent way with words. A kind of dignified way of putting things. I like your style.

Eric on August 8, 2006 at 11:47 pm

Descent,
You can vomit all the computer-eze all you want. I can google the same technical shit as you and sound just as punch-drunk.
The fact is that you’re a fake, phony, and a fraud for hijacking my name and posting absolute bullshit in order to make me look bad.
As an Internet security geek, I wonder what your employer would think about the lack of ethics you exhibited by hijacking my identity. I also would like to know what they would think of you posting on this blog, and others, using their equipment on their time.
As for your false claims that computer hacks, spammers, and virus geeks rarely get caught, well, that too, is a lie. Every major, well-publicized case ended up with the miscreant getting caught. You don’t hear about the rest of them because they weren’t publicized, and they didn’t represent a world threat.
If you don’t believe me how easy it is to hack into someone’s computer (and, you wouldn’t because you’re a closed-minded LIBERAL freak), then just ask all of those victims of identity theft (and a lot of those incidences required getting through sophisticated firewalls).
As for your bullshit claim that it’s virtually impossible to get hacked, well, that’s either a lie, or you better resign your job becuase you’re an ignorant fool. As a matter of fact, I WAS hacked once. Fortunately, the damage was minor. I got hacked via Usenet. The scumbag tinkered with and changed some of the settings in Outlook Express (I since changed to Gravity for reading Newsgroups). The hacker also knew the exact city I lived in. I was fortunate because the cretin could’ve done much worse (but, according to you, it’s virtually impossible. LMFAO!) The reason he didn’t do real damage was that he knew I could trace it back to him.
So, Descent, as I said before; You’re a real unethical scumbag for hijacking my identity and trying to generate turmoil. But, what would one expect from a moron who voted for a rapist, serial sex-molester, and convicted perjurer who used the Oval Office as a bordello, and who regularly masturbated in the White House sink. Your guy who was a complete failure, jeopardized our national security by trading secrets for cash, and gave Osama bum Laden multiple passes.
You BLOW! LMFAO!

Thee_Bruno on August 9, 2006 at 1:52 pm

The problem is that these Border Patrol Agents fired numerous rounds at a suspected drug smuggler, who they believed who was armed, then altered a “potential” crime scene by discarding spent shell casings. Then further complicated the situation when they failed to report this incident to a supervisor.
One of the agents hit his intended target.
One of the agents was was is a Firearms Instructor, and knows that this incident should have been reported.
Had the agents reported what happened that night, they would have been able to articulate all the reasons they feared for thier safety.
The action of the agents were justified until they failed to properly report the incident.

adstx19 on August 9, 2006 at 6:01 pm

Thee_Completely_In-fucking-sane_Bruno,
You spewed “You can vomit all the computer-eze all you want. I can google the same technical shit as you and sound just as punch-drunk.”
Really? Be my guest. I think you’re just trying to make me seem stupid, so that you can repair your wounded ego.
You shat “As for your false claims that computer hacks, spammers, and virus geeks rarely get caught, well, that too, is a lie. Every major, well-publicized case ended up with the miscreant getting caught. You don’t hear about the rest of them because they weren’t publicized, and they didn’t represent a world threat.”
Please, tell me about these well-publicized cases. Any in which the hacker DID get caught, took several weeks, if not months or years to trace him. The biggest problem is that they usually operate out of countries that have little or no cyber crime laws, or hi-jack peoples computers and use those to send out the spam, virii, etc, there for it appears as if that person was the one commiting the crime. Again, if spammers were caught, we wouldn’t be getting any. There ARE spammers that DO get caught. But it’s not as often as you’re trying to make it sound. And to this: “You don’t hear about the rest of them because they weren’t publicized, and they didn’t represent a world threat”…or because they never happened? How would YOU know about them because they weren’t publicised? Don’t try and trump me on this, it’s what I do for a living.
You vomited “If you don’t believe me how easy it is to hack into someone’s computer (and, you wouldn’t because you’re a closed-minded LIBERAL freak), then just ask all of those victims of identity theft (and a lot of those incidences required getting through sophisticated firewalls).”
I’m a closed minded liberal freak second, computer security expert first, jack ass. I love how you make it seem like you know what you’re talking about. This line: “(and a lot of those incidences required getting through sophisticated firewalls).”..COMPLETELY WRONG. 99% of the time little-to-no actual computer penetration is needed for people to steal an identity. The most common method is “phishing”, a method of social engineering. It’s where a theif set’s up a site that looks similar to a banks, or sends out email that look legitmate, saying “Paypal needs to verify your account, please confirm the information”, etc. Again, you have NO IDEA what you’re talking about. “sophisticated firewalls”..HA! The firewall can be as smart as it can possibly get, as long as there are stupid people who are willing to do the work for the theif by handing them their information, then those firewalls mean shit.
You tried to sound smart by saying “As for your bullshit claim that it’s virtually impossible to get hacked, well, that’s either a lie, or you better resign your job becuase you’re an ignorant fool. As a matter of fact, I WAS hacked once. Fortunately, the damage was minor. I got hacked via Usenet. The scumbag tinkered with and changed some of the settings in Outlook Express (I since changed to Gravity for reading Newsgroups). The hacker also knew the exact city I lived in. I was fortunate because the cretin could’ve done much worse (but, according to you, it’s virtually impossible. LMFAO!) The reason he didn’t do real damage was that he knew I could trace it back to him.”
Again, completely wrong. First mistake is to use a COMPLETELY INSECURE client like outlook express for something like usenet. Anything Microsoft makes, is easily exploitable..for the most part. The fact that you probably have never patched your system, is not my fault. Those who have completely patched, Windows XP SP2 computers, CANNOT JUST BE HACKED, like you claimed that I did to you. No computer is automatically hackable. You’d have to use fault software (like internet explorer, or outlook) or allow someone to place, or download a program that opens your computer up to attacks. To claim that I was able to hack your computer over teh internets, was only one that could originate from someone who didn’t know the mouse cord from their scrotum.
Finally, something you know just a little bit more about: “So, Descent, as I said before; You’re a real unethical scumbag for hijacking my identity and trying to generate turmoil. But, what would one expect from a moron who voted for a rapist, serial sex-molester, and convicted perjurer who used the Oval Office as a bordello, and who regularly masturbated in the White House sink. Your guy who was a complete failure, jeopardized our national security by trading secrets for cash, and gave Osama bum Laden multiple passes.
You BLOW! LMFAO!”
I didn’t vote for Clinton, fyi. And wtf is a sex molester? Oh..wait..Bruno..you TOLD me about that fantasy you had about you and that guy, but come one, you know I would never vote for you.
And You BLOW LMFAOLOZLROFFLEAHARHAR is all you could fucking come up with? Great, that’s a great insult, you idiot. Grow up, old man.

Descent on August 10, 2006 at 9:45 am

To the LIBERAL, Descent into the Cesspool OF Hell,
{{{{{{YYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNNNN}}}}}}}}

Thee_Bruno on August 10, 2006 at 11:32 am

In other words, I was right, you have no idea what you’re talking about :)

Descent on August 10, 2006 at 11:42 am

To Descent into the Toilet,
No, it means;
{{{{{{YYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNNNN}}}}}}}}
You’re a fucking BORE!

Thee_Bruno on August 10, 2006 at 4:12 pm

Time for your nap old man?

Descent on August 10, 2006 at 10:43 pm

{{{{{{YYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNNNN}}}}}}}}

Thee_Bruno on August 11, 2006 at 11:45 am

Come to bed baby, it’s getting lonely!

Descent on August 11, 2006 at 2:48 pm

The first people imprisoned in Gulags were “Patriots.” I thought all this Bravo Sierra the DHS and ICE were doing with Mexico and Canada were focusing on “smugglers” and their contraband?? Even HR 2672 was to focus on the same things in order to PREVENT said smuggling… Why are those whom respect the “law” the ONLY ones prosecuted by the “law”?
“We just get by however we can. We all gotta duck…when the shit hits the fan.” Circle Jerks, “Repoman” soundtrack.
…and the Serbs were proven correct. …and Orlando murders are on the rise too. Hmm. Castro is already dead…hmmm. Geez, the links are endless.

SickBoy on August 11, 2006 at 3:01 pm

I would like to suggest doing some constructive activities to help these to Boarder Patrol guys out.
Please go to http://www.friendsoftheborderpatrol.com/PR2006-11.html to find out how to help.
You can also write to George Bush by going to http://www.congress.org/congressorg/issues/alert/?alertid=8965761&content_dir=ua_congressorg
go to the bottom of the page clicking on the Go button on the “Take Action” bar.
You can also gripe at the DOJ by going to http://www.usdoj.gov/contact-us.html

pfmoreno on August 12, 2006 at 12:33 am

To Descent into the Mindlessness,
{{{{{{YYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNNNN}}}}}}}}

Thee_Bruno on August 12, 2006 at 10:46 am

wow… too bad i didn’t come here first before trying to have a discussion with ‘thee_bruno’. since ignorance breeds fear, i guess it’s no surprise that ‘thee_bruno’ is completely paranoid. sorry buddy, but you look unbelievably foolish (again) on this one… haven’t laughed that hard in a long while.

demagogueshatelogic on February 16, 2007 at 12:20 pm

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