It breaks my heart to say it, but I guess it is time for us to wave the white flag and surrender. The fight to protect our nation from the flood of illegal aliens taking over our country seems to have been lost.

Consider this – while the children of illegal aliens are attending our public schools and there is an outcry when somebody wants to deport them, American citizens are being prosecuted for trying to get their kids a better education.

Case in point is Tanya McDowell, a homeless mother in Connecticut who is facing 20 years in prison because she lied about her address to enroll her five year old son into kindergarten.

In Virginia, Carla Lambert was fined $1,764 after she was convicted of lying about her residence in order to register her child at a school that was not in the proper district.

But those are not the only examples! In Ohio, Kelley Williams-Bolar was jailed for falsifying information on school registration documents to get her two daughters into a better school and away from their assigned school, which she felt was not safe and was not giving the girls the best educational opportunity.

Meanwhile, Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy has joined a grass-roots campaign to convince federal officials not to deport a 23 year old illegal alien whose parents brought him to the United States as a baby. Mariano Cardoso is about to graduate college with an associate’s degree in liberal arts, and the governor says he believes that the young man can contribute to this country.

Huh? If you’ll go back and re-read the third paragraph of this blog, Connecticut is the same state that wants to put an American born mother in prison for up to 20 years for lying to get her American born child into kindergarten, but when illegal aliens broke the law to come to the state, and then break the law by lying for years to get their son an education on the taxpayers’ dollars, the governor wants to protect him.

In Phoenix, the do gooders are whining about how terrible it is that Nalley Farmen, a 21 year old former Arizona State University student, is facing deportation after being arrested during a routine traffic stop that revealed she had an outstanding warrant. Farmen was brought to this country illegally from Mexico by her parents as a six year old. According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement records, Ms. Farmen has been back and forth across the border many times over the years, and holds a Mexican passport. She last returned to Mexico in 2007, and has admitted to authorities that she re-entered the United States illegally two day later. Her supporters at the college say it is unfair to “single her out” for deportation.  

Yeah, just because she repeatedly broke the law to be in this country, and she and her parents lied about her citizenship to get her into school, that doesn’t make her a bad person. A criminal yes, but not a bad person.

Yeah, folks, run up the white flag. The war is over, and we lost.    

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21 Comments on Wave The White Flag, The War Is Over

  1. Duane says:

    I do not understand how our goverenment overlook all the illegals in this country. I do understand the argument that they are only looking for a better life. That fine with me, but let them enter our counrty legally like people from any other nation has to.

  2. Jim McFarland says:

    Man that sucks! A US citizen goes to jail for trying to better her kids lives and wetbacks break tha law and everybody wants to give them a pass.

  3. Fred D. says:

    That Connecticut governor ought to be impeached.

  4. joe says:

    So sad, but SO TRUE!!!!

  5. Jim says:

    In Ohio, Kelley williams-Bolar may be a liar and a cheat but she’s OUR liar and cheat. So that’s OK.

  6. Francis Callahan says:

    I have been saying for years that we have to bring back the vigalinties to take care of the problem. Start at the border is a dew get shotg in the legs the might get the message we don’t wqant them here. Also a $10,000 fine on anyone caught employing them.

  7. Rex says:

    These people are NOT illegal immigrants, they are invaders and should be shot on sight.

  8. Renee says:

    Why can’t the illegals do the simple, HONEST thing and just become citizens if they want to stay here. It seems so basic to me, and I don’t understand why people (including our politicians) don’t “get it.”

    If you want to be here to work / get an education / whatever, become a citizen. This was never an issue until the bleeding hearts decided to make it one for their own benefit.

    As for the mothers lying to get their children into better schools, what mother wouldn’t? Especially if it’s an unsafe place for their children. Why isn’t the governor of Connecticut (and the other states) fixing THAT problem?

    I am so afraid that this great country that I grew up in is gone — everything we are supposed to stand for has been turned upside down…

  9. George Stoltz says:

    We need thomas Paine and his Common Sense phamplets to come back. So many in government just do what they think will make the most voters happy. Legislation too ofen is about getting re-elected instead of doing the right thing.

  10. Bill Daines says:

    I have to say we have a right way and a wrong way to enforce our immigration laws. If you are here illegally, you get deported, period. If you are a U.S. citizen and whine about an illegal being deported then maybe the whiners need deportation. I believe that if you are here on a work visa then you do the job and go back home. We have jobs our U.S. citizens will not consider, maybe its too hard, too dirty or even better we may be too lazy!!. But we all want produce, fruits, meats etc. Farms and other businesses who go the proper route to employ the ones here legally on work a visa need to pay a proper wage and if they violate the wage laws then they need to be prosecuted just like the business who employ illegal’s with no work visa. Then again, all states do away with the welfare assistance and tell the ones cut off from the benefits that farmers and other bussines’s who cannot get U.S. workers have a job for them. In the case of Arizona, the Fed’s will not do the job so let the State of Az. do the spot checking. If you are illegal go home and whine quietly or get a U.S. work visa. Do we go to another Country illegally because we know we can get away with it? NOPE, other Countries know how to deal with it. All my years as a LEO in a college community can give examples of ways getting around being illegal. Loopholes in our laws add to our problems and we have alot of them! Bill.

  11. butterbean carpenter says:

    Howdy Good-thinking Nick,
    What do you mean ‘raise the flag of surrender?? The war was over in 2008, when the muslims got voted in!!! IT AIN’T JUST HISPANICS CROSSING THE BORDER !!!! WE DON’T KNOW HOW MANY AL QUAIDA ARE HERE
    NOW!!!! Why get rid of the cover group that they can hide in!!!
    The war was lost a long time ago!!!

    BRING OUR TROOPS HOME, NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Dale says:

    Butterbean: I am truly sorry for your ignorance and hatred.

  13. Tcloud says:

    Lets just give Mexico California and raise tax’s to support them.
    This is just some of the new laws::
    • AB 131 would allow illegal immigrants who pay in-state tuition to apply for Cal Grants and other public aid for college.

    • AB 1389 would bar police from impounding cars at sobriety checkpoints solely because a driver is unlicensed, an action that hits undocumented immigrants hard because they cannot obtain driver’s licenses.

    • AB 1081 would allow counties to withdraw from a federal program that runs fingerprints of arrestees through a database to identify illegal immigrants.

    • Senate Bill 104 would provide an alternative to secret-ballot elections by allowing farmworkers to obtain union representation if a majority of employees sign petition cards.

    • AB 889 would give nannies, housekeepers and other domestic workers the right to overtime pay, vacation, meal breaks and other job benefits.

    • SB 653 (Steinberg) – would open the floodgates to higher taxes by allowing more than 1,000 school districts and all 58 counties to impose new taxes on income, sales, and products – just about anything the politicians can think of. SB 653 would give virtually all of the state taxation authority to the local level and the legislation only requires a majority vote by the Legislature for passage and the signature of the Governor to become effective.

    Also being submitted is a bill to give them a drivers lic. I don’t think for a minute Brown won’t sigh them.


    Remember California leads the way so this will spread.
    I hope Arizona and some of the other states hang tough!

    Don and Barb

  14. Roger from Ohio says:

    Williams-Bolar, 40, was convicted in January of two counts of tampering with records for falsifying records in order to enroll her two children in the neighboring Copley-Fairlawn school system. She testified at her trial that her children lived with her father at his home, and thus, were eligible to attend school there tuition-free.

    She also decided that she didn’t want to move and live with her father so she could have legally enrolled her children in the school she wanted.

    The rest of the story
    Edward L. Williams, 64, the grandfather of the children in the of Copley Township, is accused of aiding his daughter, Kelly Williams-Bolar, in circumventing school residency laws in order to have her daughters attend Copley schools. He has also been charged that he defrauded state and federal government agencies, to obtain more than $100,000 in benefits which includes defrauding the Social Security Administration of $64,903 in benefits. The grandfather compared himself to Jesus Christ in an effort Wednesday to get a new court-appointed attorney.

  15. Roger from Ohio says:

    Found on the web
    “Based on estimates compiled by the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), the Immigration Policy Center reported that the $11.2 billion in taxes paid by illegal immigrants in 2010 included $8.4 billion in sales taxes, $1.6 billion in property taxes and $1.2 billion in state personal income taxes. Just in Californa.”

    I have to wonder why some want to deny those that volunteer and serve in the militery and get an education the opportunity to apply for citizenshim under the “DREAM” act.

  16. Jodie S. says:

    One of the reasons these folks don’t come here legally or become citizens is because they can’t since our immigration laws are nuts. Check it out. Nevertheless, we still need to do a better job with our borders.

  17. Phyllis East says:

    How much I wish what you said, Nick, wasn’t true. However I can argue with a single point. Sad!

  18. Phyllis East says:

    Oops – meant to say I CAN’T argue with a single point. Hit submit too fast!

  19. Doug Thompson says:

    Historically, low-end white-collar crime in this country tends to result in disproportionate punishment. Embezzle $28 million as a CEO of a major corporation? You get time served and community service. Take home a can of coffee or a box of pens? Immediate termination and 5 years probation.

    Not to throw too much fuel on an already hot fire, but do a little research about the emergence of the Nazi party in pre-WWII Germany. Substitute “illegal alien” for “Jew” and “Tea” for “Nazi” and see how much parallel actually exists….

  20. Susie says:

    Don’t you get it folks. It all comes down to “VOTES” and the more illegals you can put on the welfare rolls etc…the more they will VOTE for YOU!

  21. Paul Stough says:

    To Doug Thompson- You are close but no cigar. There is no relationship between illegal aliens, and Jews. No one should be in this country illegally, period!

    The real comparison to the Jews in Germany, are the “Liberals” in the USA today. Just listen to Rush, Sean, Beck or several others of that ilk. For years they have been trying to dehumanize “Liberals” and they are succeeding!

    Here is a quote from the Letter to the Editor of the Des Moines Register from a few days ago talking about liberals in Iowa. “If I possessed the power to snap my fingers and cause all of Iowa’s liberals to disappear into thin air I would not hesitate a moment. We would be a smaller state, but we would be more cohesive. The social and political progress we would make would be breathtaking.”

    How far is that from the idea of gas chambers and ovens?

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