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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Texas does not want you, either

The American Civil Liberties Union issued a "travel advisory" for Texas to protest the state's ban on sanctuary cities.

Now that is funny. Does it apply to illegal aliens?

If so, mission accomplished.

Now I have been to Texas only twice. Once to fly home from boot camp out of Houston's airport. The second time was last month when we flew into Dallas from Korea before heading to Pittsburgh. (As a Browns fan, I must say Pittsburgh has a great airport.) But I am pretty sure most Texans don't want the ACLU or the illegal aliens it represents.

Via MSN:
"The ACLU's goal is to protect all Texans and all people traveling through Texas - regardless of their immigration status -- from illegal harassment by law enforcement," said Lorella Praeli, ACLU director of immigration policy and campaigns, in a statement.
"Texas is a state with deep Mexican roots and home to immigrants from all walks of life. Many of us fit the racial profile that the police in Texas will use to enforce Trump's draconian deportation force."
Texas was never really part of Mexico. It was Indian territory until a bunch of men from Tennessee invaded, chased the Indians out, and civilized the place. The dictator Antonio López de Santa Anna tried to keep Texas from becoming an independent republic, but the Texans caught Santa Anna with his pants literally down (he was screwing his mistress) and won the Battle of San Jacinto, which took exactly 18 minutes.

Texas is not part of Mexico.

Mexicans are not U.S. citizens.

And the ACLU is a Marxist front group, but you already knew that.
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  1. Why are outfits like the ACLU and SPLC considered "respectable?" If they ever really were, they sure aren't any more by "normal" people.

  2. Sorry Don, but Davey Crockett had help. You really do need to brush up on the history of our great state. Those rebellious Texans were both Texians and Texicans. See the difference there?

    1. To be sure. And Deaf Smith was from Dutchess County, New York, by way of Mississippi. My point is Texas really wasn't Mexican. Most of it was unexplored mountains and desert (the parts that are Colorado and Oklahoma for example).

    2. The entire reason Stephen F Austin was allowed to set up a colony is because Mexicans would NOT settle in Texas. Too many hostile Indians, too bad of a climate, too much WORK. It was also too far from Mexico City. Mexican soldiers ran off to the French in Louisiana to be fed. I am sixth generation from a European immigrant to Texas from Sheffield, England who was a 24 year old trained smith and metal worker. Europeans (especially Germans and Brits) would come and stay but Mexicans would not. They gave millions of acres in land grants to Mexican citizens and no one ever claimed it or even looked it over so Mexico lost the territory by gross neglect and trying to outsource the Indian control, infrastructure building and settlement. Crockett came very late in the process and is only mentioned because he was already famous then died.

  3. Most of Texas was under the Comanche Tribe during this time. They had pushed the Apaches out of Texas and into New Mexico and Arizona. The Comanche resisted settlers, but they had a burning hatred of Mexicans. Even after Texas became a state Mexico protested continually against the fact that Comanche raiding parties seemed to transit Texas territory with impunity. And the U.S. didn't conquer the Comanche. They made peace and settled down. For a really good read check out "Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History" by S.C. Gwynne. - Elric

  4. Santa Anna and the whores he rode in on, huh?

  5. Gen. Santa Anna was an influential person on and off the battlefield. After losing Mexico he moved to New York City and brought gum with him.

  6. MSN said what the ACLU told them, and neither can be trusted.