Thursday, March 12, 2009

John F. Tierney (D-Mass) is a DumbAss

If you haven't been following the news, drug related violence in Mexico has been getting worse by the day. In fact the "mayor of Juarez relocated his family across the border to El Paso after being threatened by the drug cartels". According to the same story, Phoenix, in Stupid John McCain's own home state, has become a kidnap capital for Mexican gangs.

So what does dumb John F. Tierney (D-Mass) say?  He believes that tighter gun control laws inside of the United States will solve Mexico's problems. That's right. He somehow believes that taking away the most effective form of self-defense from the people of Arizona, and across the US, will make them safer. It just doesn't make sense, stupid.

Would Mr. Tierney send out troops to the front lines without guns? Doubtful. As I said in my previous entry, where there are guns, there are no shooting rampages.

If guns are making their way from the US to Mexico, I can be reasonably sure that these guns aren't being transferred to Mexican gangs by honest, law abiding citizens of the United States. They are being transferred to Mexican gangs by Mexican gangs in the United States. Probably Mexican gangs in the United States full of gang members who are in the United States illegally.

If Mr. Tierney truly wanted to help the people of America whom he was elected to represent, and the people of Mexico as a side effect, he would be fully supporting a border fence. He would fully support our armed forces defending our borders and protecting our sovereignty from illegal entry. If any gang member approaches the border, Mr. Tierney's advise should be to shoot first, destroy the evidence later. And when the civil rights groups try to defend the gang member's action and prosecute our brave men and women who are tasked with protecting the good people of Arizona, and the rest of the United States, stupid John McCain and Mr Tierney along with every other member of Congress should pat our boys on the back and tell the civil rights groups where to stick it.

Further, Mr. Tierney also seems to believe that it is the United States fault that this drug violence exists in the first place.  He says "let's cut down on U.S. drug consumption, let's ask there to be more resources to root out drug money laundering". How about this idea dumbass, let's cut down on the BS that is the United State's "war on drugs". Let people who want to buy some weed or cocaine purchase drugs made right here in the good ol' US of A. Regulate drug production through the FDA, USDA, who ever if you really want to keep some control of the situation. It's Mr .Tierney's bad policy of expanding our "war on drugs" that drives the huge black market into Mexico, or Afghanistan for that matter, to begin with which is what enables and empowers gangs, or "the terrorists".

Again the article says "US may deploy troops", which sounds good, but with politicians like Mr. Tierney in office, who is to say that our troops will be "allowed" to defend our borders? And since Mr. Obama wants to close Gitmo, I'd like to think that this will this be a "no quarter" battle, right? I mean, I certainly don't want to keep dangerous Mexican gang members in our prisons here in the US.

And where of course is our own Congressman, Mr. Environment himself, Frank Pallone? He's busy protecting "the children" of course.... by getting legislation together that will force kids who want to smoke to buy their cigs on the street corner from Mexican gangs. Way to go Frank... way to go.

By the way Frank... the Creek is still poo-looted, Ft. Monmouth is still set to close, we're still paying those FEMA flood insurance rates... and "the children" still can't vote.

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