March 30, 2007, - 11:04 am
By Debbie Schlussel
How do you tell Islamic terrorists that we mean business? Well, I have several ideas I’ve put forth over the years, since well before 9/11.
But allowing a pro-terrorist group that has been defrauding Medicaid and openly support Hezbollah and HAMAS to sponsor and host a swearing in ceremony of new U.S. citizens is not one of the ways. In fact, that’s one of the ways to keep the Muslims around the world laughing at our stupidity.
But that’s exactly what happened yesterday, when U.S. Judge George Caram Steeh–a Lebanese judge who went easy on Hezbollah arms smugglers (and even dropped all charges against one of them, for no reason whatsoever)–swore in 500 immigrants as new U.S. citizens in Dearbornistan, yesterday. Most of them–surprise!–were Arab Muslims.
The event was sponsored jointly by the Department of Homeland Sharia, er . . . “Security” and ACCESS-the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services. As I’ve repeatedly noted, ACCESS openly supports Hezbollah and HAMAS (its President and lawyer says he contributed money to Hezbollah), was raided for helping provide Medicaid to pregnant Muslim illegal aliens (here to get U.S. citizenship and birth certificates for their kids or to sell on the open market), openly advocates for illegal aliens, and spent thousands of dollars in our tax money to train Al-Qaeda terrorists.
Yup, that’s the way to tell terrorists we mean “business.” Except, the business we mean is helping to destroy our country from within.
Thanks, Michael Chertoff for jointly hosting this event with ACCESS. Next time, why not have it in a mosque? I have to apologize to “The Simpsons”‘ Mr. Burns for comparing Chertoff to him. Montgomery Burns would never be this imbecillic.
Today’s New York Times reports that immigrants are becoming U.S. citizens at an even faster and higher rate. That doesn’t mean they’re the kind of citizens we want. In fact, it means the exact opposite–that just anyone is getting his/her application rubber-stamped through.
Having citizenship events presided over by Judge Steeh and co-sponsored by ACCESS is just another nail in America’s coffin.
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust . . .
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