11 August 2007

Wow, I wrote a bona fide editorial

OK, it's Saturday morning, it's early, I've only had one cup of coffee so far, I don't wanna get too Michael Savage or O'Reilly on that ass but, I may just have to.

A.D.D. MOMENT: NY peoples, do you remember those spots in the early-mid 80's on Channel 11 when it was WPIX. The "station manager" would come out in a blazer, NY skyline behind him, and he'd give an editorial and he'd always end it with "Whats your opinion? We'd like to know." I hope I'm not the only nut who remembers this guy. He was great. Looked like a game show host.

Let me just say I've always found the truth with a grain of salt and somewhere between heaven and hell. Somewhere between Michael Savage and Michael Moore is where the truth lay. I've always said that and felt this way. Too close to either side is propaganda. In the middle you have reality.

So the sample of human garbage who surrendered to the cops in connection with the execution-style slayings of three college students in a Newark schoolyard last weekend, has a violent past and was headed to trial on sexual assault charges... on a fucking 5 year old.

Jose Carranza, 28, been indicted by Essex County grand juries twice this year: once in April on aggravated assault and weapons charges; and once in July on 31 counts, including aggravated sexual assault of a child and endangering the welfare of a child he had a duty to supervise.

I'll make this short and sweet: Carranza, who was picked out of a photo lineup by the attacks lone survivor, is an illegal immigrant from Peru.

Why are we jailing and setting bail for illegal immigrants? How does this slip by?!

I'm down with illegal immigrants. I've got no beef with them whatsoever, if they come here to work and make a better life for themselves.

But the second an illegal immigrant commits a crime, they should be returned to where they've come from immediately. There is no reason we should be booking these folks, spending tax dollars keeping them in prison, etc. It's insane by definition.

I realise this is a colossal can of worms; a powder keg next to a radiator and of course many will argue that this dude Jose Carranza shouldn't have even been in the U.S. in the first place but I won't go that route; its a bit too radical.

It's fine he made it here under the radar, but the second he was arrested thats it. You're on the radar now and it's time for you to go back. One strike, you're out. That's how it needs to be. Xero tolerance. Give the chance to someone else now, you've blown it. Do not pass Go, Do not collect $200. We'll see ya later.

This guy had been arrested twice! He's in and out of jail, out on bail and no one realised he wasn't here legally?!

That is the real tragedy to me because then you can make the popular argument that this absolutely awful horrific situation could've been avoided.

The headlines should not read "Suspect in Newark slayings allegedly had violent past"... if you're an illegal immigrant, we should have no record of your violent past here in America. You don't get a "past" here. That's how it should be and I think that is ubiquitously fair and 1000%indisputable, unless you're a real liberal loon.

There are way too many people who would die to live and work here, there's no way we should be storing the ones who abuse it or fuck it up.

Thank you, and Goodnight.

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