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  • ross1948 20:14 on August 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ballot, , , , Don Rosenberg, Gil Cedillo, hornets nest, ,   

    In L A, Invoking Constitution =’‘Poking A Hornets’ Nest!’’ 

    We shall be looking soon at the brave patriots of Oregon, OFIR, who have won a battle for democracy, with a successful referendum petition. They gathered enough signatures to force the elitists to give every citizen a chance to vote on the scandalous ‘sanctuary’ laws so adored by the Media Democrat party there, and all over America.

    Sanctuary state repeal initiative makes November ballot

    But how about a bit further south, in California, where another, similar drive for people-power is under way.

    One of the key figures behind the petition there is a man named Don Rosenberg.

    Unlike many of those working with him, he has a deeply personal reason for his commitment to curb crimmigrant sanctuary in the Golden State. One of his sons was knocked down and killed by an illegal immigrant in 2010  –


    To be precise, Mr. Rosenberg, is focusing on the scheme to grant crimmigrants driving license, which the left-liberal legislature approved a year or so ago.

    But at least as important is his parallel plan to ‘prohibit automatic voter registration in the state, something Rosenberg thinks can help prevent voter fraud.’

    All good stuff. We should cheer Don on.

    Yet what is striking is the callous, and ever so slightly menacing, riposte from a far-left Los Angeles City Councilman called Gil Cedillo.


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    Cedillo dismisses the tragic death of Rosenberg’s son as ‘unfortunate.’

    Then he swings into absolute hypocrisy.

    “We must stop politicizing immigration issues for political gain, like we have done with DACA, DAPA and the separation of families.”

    Oh yeah?

    So the Media Democrat party does’t use crimmigrant issues to wage political war on President Trump?

    But then…what are we to make of this ominous outburst?

    “It is Mr. Rosenberg’s right to collect signatures for this initiative, but I advise him not to poke the hornet’s nest.”

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    We all know very well that poking a hornet’s nest is physically dangerous, even, on occasion, fatal, if enough of the nasty creatures retaliate.

    Is there a suggestion here that larger nasty creatures, aka the illegal aliens who currently wallow in the protective embrace of liberals like Cedillo, might similarly retaliate?

    Against what?

    Against loyal Americans who merely wish to give the decent people of California their constitutional right to vote?

    Is this how elites react when their disdain for common folk attracts democratic blow-back?

    NB  Californian patriots have until December 19th to get the required number of signatures to put the measure to a referendum. 
    • Al Gorland 20:28 on August 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You have turned a bright light on a dark place and good work for doing that.
      These LA bums dote on illegals.
      I hope that Rosenberg and his people get their proposition on the ballot paper.
      Incidentally, here’s another news item, just out today in the Examiner.
      Illegal immigrant, previously deported 10 times, sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison
      Jose Alfonso Rodriguez-Garcia was arrested in North Carolina’s Wake County on a charge of second-degree forcible rape in 2017. Once in federal custody, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents learned he had previously been removed from the country 10 times

      That kind of alien animal is what these California liberals care about, not the innocent Americans killed by illegals.


    • Noreen Paterson 22:40 on August 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      At least Californians have a chance of getting a vote on something.
      I wish those ‘People’s Vote’ agitators would demand that we British get to have our say on immigration, capital punishment, ‘gay’ marriage and all the other things pushed through by politicians against our will.
      But leftists are only interested in democracy if they think they can use it to their advantage.


    • Mort 21:18 on September 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Even if the anti-illegal immigration campaigners get the proposal on the ballot and even if the voters back it, they could face the same kind of anti-democratic obstruction as happened before.
      When the pro-marriage campaigners won a clear victory, they had their victory over-turned by a queer judge who favoured his own kind and ruled democracy invalid.


  • ross1948 23:02 on November 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , ballot, , Dan Patrick, Houston, , , majority, , , ,   

    Yee-Haw! A Rebel Yell for Decency in Houston! 

    Congratulations to the campaigners in Houston and to the majority of citizens there whom they inspired to vote down the ‘gay’ mayor’s pet project, a nauseating ‘ordinance’ which would have allowed ‘transgender’ male freakos to invade women’s restrooms.
    By more than 60%, the people slapped down Democrat Mayor Annise Parker, who only a month or so ago was right here in Jakarta, an honoured guest of our fine Governor Ahok.
     Lesbian Parker
    I don’t know if Ahok was even aware of her hatred for democracy – she and her clique did all they could to thwart the ballot being held – but I can say that if such a decadent scheme were ever put forward in any Indonesian city, it would be laughed off the table with no need for any kind of vote.
    The militant lesbian mayor at once resorted to insult and abuse, accusing the largely Christian campaigners of “fear mongering” – as if parents should not be alarmed at the prospect of perverts hovering around their daughters in public toilets.
    Campaign for Houston supporters check election results …
    Full marks, however, to Texas Governor Greg Abbott who says the gaystapo defeat shows ‘ values still matter.
    And to his Lt. Governor, Dan Patrick, who denounced the so-called Equal Rights Ordinance as “liberal nonsense..defying common sense and common decency.”
    The defeat of the degenerate cause is all the more to be savoured because of the backing the freakos got from  the White House, high-tech giant Apple and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
    Just one win, but a sign of hope that the gaystapo juggernaut can yet be turned back and civilised standards restored everywhere in the USA.
  • ross1948 13:57 on June 10, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , ballot, , , , , Paul LePage   

    Vive LePage – Maine Man Cracks Down on ‘Asylum’ Bludgers! 

     I keep hearing good things about Maine’s Governor Paul LePage, and felt it was time we gave him another bit of coverage, because he’s still fighting the good fight in that small US state, taking on unpleasant outfits like the ACLU in order to stop ‘asylum’ seekers leeching off the public purse.

    As he has been doing for some considerable time! Maine Governor Makes Sense on Bludger Benefits 


    Paul LePage


    He’s just won a battle in the courts on the issue. The details are quite complicated, so you can read all about it on the link.

    But his comments on the win are worth quoting. Millions of Americans, Brits, Aussies and Europeans will cheer his words.

    “The people of Maine have spoken out for years against welfare for illegal immigrants, and now the courts have spoken,”  LePage said in a statement. “The only people who still support welfare for illegal immigrants are liberal lawmakers in Augusta who are ignoring the Maine people and refusing to include common-sense welfare reforms in the state’s budget….”



    But the villains of the story are not content, 

    …the Maine Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine and Maine Equal Justice Partners, two groups that joined the lawsuit, called on state legislators to pass legislation explicitly allowing asylum seekers to receive the aid.

    Well, that would be one way of tackling the problem of alien parasites feeding off hard-working Maine tax-payers.

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    But there’s a better way  – legislators should simply leave the decision in the hands of the voters. How many Maine men and women would approve resumption of largesse to ‘asylum’ layabouts?

    Maine is one of those admirable states where citizens can take the initiative and have issues that concern them submitted to a statewide ballot.

    Put it to a referendum.

  • ross1948 21:30 on November 3, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ballot, , , , , , Proposition 88,   

    Pro-Crimmigrant Plutocrats Up Against It In Oregon! 

    Good news from Oregon, where pinkos in the State legislature have been trying to foist their Obamanoid attitudes on honest citizens.



    With a number of referendum issues coming up along with this week’s US elections, it seems at least 60% of voters are poised to reject a disgraceful proposition that would allow illegal aliens to apply for and receive drivers’ licenses.

    This admirable level of opposition has been built up despite – as so often happens these days in the USA – big money backing the enemy within.

    The rotten renegade rich have have raised more than ten times the amount of money its opponents have.


    • illegal_understand


    Well, yes, that is no doubt part of it. 

    Let’s hope Oregon’s electorate give the A-holes a kick in the teeth. 


    • Angel 11:30 on November 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      And don’t forget Soros, the convict with the cash, who is funding all our many enemies within.


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