Skip to comments.Radio DJs draw hundreds of petitioners supporting border police initiative
Posted on 08/20/2005 6:25:18 PM PDT by Ladycalif
ONTARIO - Hundreds of people turned out Friday to sign petitions for a ballot initiative that would create a new police force in California to fight illegal immigration.
The turnaround in front of the Ayres Suites in Ontario became a drive-through petition signing, as registered voters from all over the Inland Empire showed up to back the initiative.
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One can feel it every day, throughout the land.
Mr. President? President Bush? Lead, follow, or GET OUT OF THE WAY.
What we need is for one state governor to stand up to one of those orders to provide welfare to illegal immigrants, to just say, "Honk off, we're not doing it," and see if the president sends in troops to make them.
And what's worse, political creatures like Hillary can pretend to be on the right side of this issue.
John and Ken rule.
Get rid of "Doctor" Laura and KFI would rule too.
Well that makes a lot of friggin' sense. Let Tom Ridge create a new Federal TSA-type department, and tax the snot out of the taxpayers instead of ENFORCING EXISTING LAWS USING EXISTINR RESOURCES! Wht cannot people THINK and REASON from a BUSINESS perspective?
Why do they even bother with petitions in California? Even if the measures get voted into law, the courts just throw them out when the law is challenged.
Because Californians aren't ready to give up. Arizona's last petition (prop 200) is making it through the courts, even the 9th circuit.
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