March 1, 2006, - 3:48 pm

Tragedy: Judge Gets it Right; Too Late for 15 Cubans

On this site, the absurd U.S. government decision to send 15 Cubans back to a life of hell in Cuba, because they were on a bridge instead of land when they reached America on January 4th.
We also praised federal for his initial statements regarding the bridge and the “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy for Cuban defectors. He said the bridge was “as American as apple pie.” Yesterday, Judge Moreno, again, got it right, ruling that the 15 Cuban refugees were indeed on dry land when they reached the bridge.

A Judge We Like: U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno Cares About Freedom.

Unfortunately, it is too late for them, as our government swiftly sent them back (while it holds on to Islamic terrorists and illegals, giving them years and years of appeals living here). There is no way Fidel Castro will allow these brave, defrauded (by our government) souls to return back to the U.S.
Cheers to Judge Moreno, jeers to the feds.

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5 Responses

Too bad the same policy doesn’t apply to the thousands sent back to a life of hell in Mexico.

resro on March 1, 2006 at 5:05 pm

It doesn’t have to be a communist totalitarian state to be a hell hole.

resro on March 1, 2006 at 5:32 pm

It’s a hell hole because people like Vicente Fox as well as certain corrupt businessmen in this country want to keep it that way to countinue the illegal immigration problem and fatten their pockets. That’s not the same as a totalitarian Communist dictatorship that people are just trying to escape. It’s not the American people’s fault that Mexicans are poor, so why should we pay for illegals and give up jobs? The only Americans who should suffer for this are the criminals who hire illegals. Since Bill Clinton came along, this country has been exceedingly generous to those who don’t respect us and callous to victims of Communism.

KnightoftheImpaler on March 1, 2006 at 6:34 pm

To elaborate more on this issue, one could make the case that both we Americans and the illegal aliens are victims of the same NAFTA crime syndicate. But I am not about to let somebody rob me just because I understand why he needs the money. Should I view these people as oppressed? Not outright in the same way the Cubans are, but in a subtle way maybe. But unlike Cuban-Americans, the Mexicans in question are acting as foot soldiers for their oppressors. And by acting as agents of Balkanization, they are threatening to make both of us vulnerable to Islamist attack and conquest just like the region that phenomenon was named after. I know all about that because my family comes from a nearby region (Most people don’t consider Transylvania to be part of the Balkans, and indeed it was never conquered by the Ottomans). Immigration reform should protect America from this massive invasion by laying down the law not only to illegal aliens but to those who benefit from their crimes whether they be homegrown or foreign. By contrast, the Cuba problem is simple. Victims of Communist totalitarianism should be welcomed with open arms.

KnightoftheImpaler on March 2, 2006 at 3:03 pm

Actually? If the Mexicans swam around the border wall and swam back to California’s shore, and the ICE agents and Coast Guards fail to stop them, all they have to claim wet feet dry feet. WFDF does not ONLY apply to Cubans. You should see what they get too

KOAJaps on March 5, 2006 at 6:24 am

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