Hotter Than A $2 Pistol..........

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Fri Nov 9 15:33:31 MST 2007

Boiling Point
NOVEMBER 09, 2007


GLENN: I want to play this segment from television last night, in 
case you didn't hear it. And then I'd like to hear how you feel about 
it. I'd like -- I would really like to hear from people talking me 
down from the tree. I would like to hear from people who say that 
this is not exactly why we find ourself in a situation to where I'd 
like to take out a frickin' quill pen and write the Declaration of 
Independence. I would really like to hear from you, and you tell me 
how I misread the arrogance of this congressman last night.

Last night I did a special, an hour-long special. It's our first in a 
series that is coming. And don't miss a single episode of radio or 
television next week because I'm going to start to uncover the stuff 
that -- because I can't take it anymore. Start to uncover the stuff 
that I think is really going on. I'm sorry, but I no longer believe 
that the people in Washington have our best interests at heart when 
it comes to the border. I don't believe that any of them -- well, I 
can't say any of them. I can't believe the majority of them are 
actually trying to solve this problem. It is a combination of 
arrogance, it is a combination of ignorance, apathy on their part, not ours.

There is Rasmussen -- I talked to Scott Rasmussen a couple of days 
ago. He is going to release a poll early next week. Let me spoil this 
for you, for him. He will be on the program to give us the poll 
numbers themselves, but there is no disconnect between the 
Republicans. The Republicans are not split on illegal immigration. 
When you poll Republicans in the country, they are not split. There 
is a split in the Democratic party. There is a sharp divide in the 
Democratic voters on illegal immigration, not in the Republicans. The 
Republicans are in lock step, fix the border. The majority of 
Democrats are also saying fix the border. It's a small minority of 
Democratic voters that don't want the border fixed. So where is this 
real divide in America? We're not divided on the border, at least in 
America. We're divided from our leadership. Our leadership is no 
longer answering to us on this and they think they have the power. 
They think they have the answer. I want you to listen.

Last night I had -- I had people on the program that it's taken me a 
couple of weeks to convince a couple of these people to actually come 
on the air with me. I was on the air the night before last, or I was 
on a conference call the night before last begging a guy, please come 
on; I'll protect, I will protect your identity; no one will know. "I 
can't, I can't, I can't. Glenn, I'll get nailed by the Government 
because the Government doesn't want you to know this stuff, and if 
they don't nail me, I live down at the border. They will kill me." 
And he didn't mean the Government. He meant Mexicans.

There is -- I'm sitting there and I'm putting this on the air and 
people are risking their life to speak out. A sheriff who is on the 
border in Laredo, Texas. Can you imagine? By the way, just across the 
river if you are the sheriff of Laredo, you have a life expectancy of 
25 hours. Just across the border where everything is great, the 
sheriff is fighting crime. 70 people have been kidnapped from his 
city. He's doing everything he can. If you saw him on television, you 
could see he's not working in a state-of-the-art sheriff's office. We 
put a truck down there in front of the sheriff's office and so we 
brought a live shot in from there. A few minutes later I had some 
people who had family members kidnapped. 70, 70 Americans have been 
kidnapped and killed in the last two years. That's more than the 
Iranians took in 1979. And yet we've made calls to family member 
after family member after family member. Most of them won't come on 
television because they will say to you -- they will cry on the phone 
and say, "I can't, I've got other children, I've got to protect the 
rest of my family, I can't leave here. You don't know what it's like 
here." These are Americans in an American city.

So I have the share-a-thon and we're -- the congressman talks about 
how great it is that we're going to give $1.5 billion and we're going 
to give helicopters and we're going to give state-of-the-art 
eavesdropping equipment to the Mexican military. Earlier in the 
program I showed you a Mexican ID, a Mexican military ID. I didn't 
show you last night -- can't be cleared yet -- the night vision film 
of the Mexican military 60 miles past our border. I couldn't show 
you, because it hasn't been cleared yet, the heads that were rolled 
into a nightclub and left on a nightclub floor because people oppose 
these gangs. I talked to a sheriff who stood down the Mexican 
military as the Mexican military took their 50 caliber machine guns 
and turned them around and pointed them at the U.S. sheriff to 
protect the drug cartels and the drug runners. And this sheriff is 
saying, I need help, I need help. And the congressman is saying, 
well, we're giving that help to Mexico because we can trust Mexico. 
We're not going to put troops down on the border. We don't need 
troops. We'll give the money to Mexico. And here's what happened, and 
I want your response on this. You tell me how I misread this. Listen to this.

GLENN: Sheriff, I want to change the subject here and I'm sorry. I've 
got to go to the hostages. Can you please --

SHERIFF: I need to say one -- I need to say one thing, Glenn.

GLENN: Okay.

SHERIFF: I want to ask the congressman who is he representing, 
President Calderon or his district here in Laredo, Texas where we 
haven't received any resources at the local level to be able to 
combat the problems on the border.

CONGRESSMAN CUELLAR: Well, first of all, let me say this, Mr. 
Sheriff. What we're looking at is you have got more money than you've 
ever gotten in the past and we've got to keep in mind that the border 
will be patrolled by the border patrol and by the federal agencies. 
We will work with the local law enforcement and we represent, but 
your job is to be a county sheriff, not a U.S. congressman, which is 
a big difference. My job is to look at the big picture. Your job is 
to look at the smaller picture, and I will do my job as long as you 
do your job.

GLENN: Boy, congressman, I don't think I have ever --

SHERIFF: I'd like to find out how much money has the congressman 
allocated to our county. How much money have you allocated for border 
security for Webb County or from the counties from Brownsville all 
the way to California? How much money have they allocated for border 
security? Nothing. They've allocated money --

GLENN: I've got to get to the hostages, guys. I have to tell you, 
Congressman, shame on you for that response. That was the most 
belittling responsive ever heard. Shame on you.


GLENN: No, sir, I'm going to change the subject now. You've had your 
peace. Let's talk about the 70 people that have been kidnapped now.

GLENN: Stop. In that same interview he just said -- I said, why 
aren't we putting our military on the border. We have 70 Americans 
that have been kidnapped. Why aren't we putting our military on the 
border? He said, well, we're just not going to do that, that's just 
out of the question.

Now let me go to another guy. Now, this guy is a conservative. Let me 
go to this guy who we had on. This is from the Heritage Foundation 
about giving Mexico $1.5 billion in military aid, in training, in 
operations, in helicopters. It's mind boggling. Listen to what this guy said.

VOICE: Well, you know, Glenn this is not your father's Mexico. Mexico 
is grown up. Mexico is an emerging market and a dynamic globalized 
economy. There is a strong vibrant middle class that wants to do 
better. They are sick of the corrupt politicians and --

GLENN: Stop. I can't take it anymore. I'm sorry. It's a vibrant 
economy? It's not my father's Mexico? You're right. It's not my 
father's Mexico. In my father's Mexico, I felt comfortable going 
down. This is just the Mexico that is allowing people to behead 
people. This is the one where the military is actively engaged with 
drug cartels. This is the Mexico that the -- shoot, the Department of 
State -- I'm trying to remember what this guy's name is -- the 
attorney general in Mexico has said they have lost control of many of 
the states of Mexico to the drug cartels. This is the Mexico, as I 
had a sheriff present on the TV show last night, that is literally 
feeding people that stand in the way of these drug cartels to lions, 
19 miles south of our border. This is the Mexico that makes Escape 
from New York look pleasant. This is the Mexico that our State 
Department has warned Americans: You know what, be very careful if 
you go down to Mexico. This is the Mexico that I can no longer travel 
to Puerto Vallarta and feel comfortable if I'm just an average 
American. This is the Mexico that now has the drug cartels so 
weaponized. They have grenade launchers, rocket launchers, they have 
-- you know when you're pulled over by a cop and they have a little 
computer there? In Mexico they now have these SUVs and they pull up 
into America that they can access people's property taxes to find out 
exactly how much you make, to get some idea. They're called drive-by 
kidnappings. They pull you in off the street. They check the tax 
records. If you're worth anything, they do a quicky kidnapping and 
call and extort the money from your family: "We need $10,000 and we 
need it right now. Great, put it into this bank account, good. They 
watch it in the car, they get the money transferred. When the money 
is there, they kick your relative out of the car." Drive-by 
kidnappings. That ain't my father's Mexico. You're right. But we're 
being sold this load of goods that they're a good neighbor. Really? 
Tell me what the hell Mexico has done for us lately. Tell me what 
Mexico has done. Here's what Mexico has done. They've taken their 
citizens and they have printed brochures how to get across our border 
and then they have taken their citizens, the poorest of the poor, and 
they have shipped them to us because we're the second largest 
bankroll in their country. Their people shipping money back that they 
are making here under the table illegally is the second largest 
source of income in all of Mexico. Only, only beaten by oil. And why 
are they doing it? Because they can't handle their own corruption, 
they can't handle their own problems, they can't handle their own 
economy and they're taking the poorest of the poor and they're 
helping them. Can you imagine if we did that to Canada? Oh, how sweet 
things would be if we didn't have to worry about all of the 
healthcare problems, all of the problems of the poorest of the poor. 
If we could just give them maps to Canada and help them across the 
border into Canada where they could get on Canada's socialized 
healthcare. Then we wouldn't have to worry about it. That's exactly 
what Mexico is doing to us. You tell me how they're a good neighbor. 
I'm sorry, but I have had it up to here with this Mexico garbage, and 
the more I look into it, the more dismayed I am because we're being 
sold out for the -- excuse me. I almost swore, and I don't swear. 
We're being sold out for the gosh darn almighty dollar. We are being 
sold out by global corporations and politicians and 
internationalists. There's no frickin' reason why we've got a damn 
near border war going on and nobody wants to solve it. There's no 
reason for it.

Don't tell me that I'm based in hatred in Mexicans because that's not 
true. I have more compassion for the poor of Mexico than everybody 
else who's fighting against border security. Why? Because what we are 
doing to the poorest of the poor in Mexico by having them live here 
in the shadows is nothing less than modern day slavery.

When I read an article in the Westchester Times -- I'm sorry, the 
Westchester magazine, Westchester County is where the Clintons live. 
It's in New York. It's one of the wealthiest counties in all of 
America. When I read an article about illegal immigration, where they 
talk about how important it is for our economy, where they talk about 
just here in Westchester, there are restaurants that you eat at all 
the time and if you shut down the illegal immigrants, if you just 
ship them all home, there would be nobody to bus your tables. There 
would be nobody to go chop the onions. And then without any kind of 
look at the morality of it, they just talked about what it's like for 
these illegal aliens to live here: "They're working so hard and you 
know how they have to live?" Now, remember this is one of the 
wealthiest counties in the country. So imagine the average salary for 
an illegal alien, for an illegal alien is $15,000, in the richest 
county. So you know just to live in this part of the country, if you 
are a family of four and you live in New York City, the average 
family of four has to make $150,000 to live, not live well, to live. 
These people make $15,000 a year. They are living -- they are 
literally renting a bed. There are people, there are dirtbag people 
that will rent beds to them and they only have it for eight hours. 
They rent that bed out 24 hours a day in eight hour shifts. When 
their eight hours are up, get your butt out of bed. Can you imagine 
living your life like that? And without any kind of ties to morality. 
This magazine was going on about your onions and the price of your 
food and who would bus your table. This is slavery, man. I'll pay 
more. It's wrong! And how is it the conservatives are losing that 
battle? How is it the conservatives, they look like hate mongers. To 
say it's wrong to have people live in the shadows, it is wrong to 
have companies get rich on the back of people who can't speak 
English, have no shot at the American dream because they're living in 
the shadows. They came here across the border illegally because their 
own government won't take care of them down in Mexico and their own 
government is encouraging them to come here. Meanwhile, their own 
government is in bed with drug cartels where I can get 500 kilos of 
crystal meth from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico without any problem the next 
morning, 500 kilos. And we're going to give them listening devices. 
We're going to give them black helicopters. We're going to give them 
state-of-the-art technology and here's the best part. We're going to 
give them computer programs so they can access more information, but 
the United States government has insisted that all those databases 
remain in English. The only time this country has ever demanded that 
anything is in English is now, while we give them $1.5 billion? I 
don't think so. Phone calls coming up in just a second. Here is our 
-- I'm sorry. I'm pissed off beyond belief.



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