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I don’t know if I agree with everything Ann Coulter says…

Appearing on the TV network Fusion, Coulter told host Jorge Ramos, “If you don’t want to be killed by ISIS, don’t go to Syria. If you don’t want to be killed by a Mexican, there’s nothing I can tell you.”

But she’s not wrong:

The latest in a series of clashes between Mexican authorities and a powerful, fast-growing drug cartel turned into the deadliest confrontation in recent memory, with 42 suspected gang gunmen and one Federal Police officer killed during a three-hour firefight at a remote western ranch.

The battle on Friday followed two other recent unprecedented attacks by the cartel, one that killed 15 state police officers and another that shot down an army helicopter with a rocket launcher for the first time in Mexico’s history. The death toll from all three is at least 76 people at a time when the Mexican government claims crime is falling dramatically and the interior minister recently insisted the country “is not in flames.”

More from Ann:

When asked whether she thinks Latino immigrants are biologically predisposed to crime, the conservative writer and activist said, “I think there are cultures that are obviously deficient. And if they weren’t deficient, you wouldn’t be sitting in America interviewing me — I’d be sitting in Mexico.

“You fled that culture because there are a lot of problems with that culture,” Coulter told Ramos. “We can share our culture with other nations without bringing all of their people here. When you bring the people here, you bring those cultures here. That includes honor killings, it includes uncles raping their nieces, it includes dumping litter all over, it includes not paying your taxes, it includes paying bribes to government officials. That isn’t our culture.

“America is the best in the world, and we’re about to lose it,” said Coulter. She appeared on the show to promote her new book “Adios, America! The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole.”

“No country has ever had the sort of respect for women that Anglo-America has had, and that is going out the door,” Coulter added.

More from Mexico:

Human Rights Watch joined security experts and relatives of the drug cartel suspects in questioning the official account because only one officer was killed and three people were detained in the gun battle.

“Given Mexican security forces’ poor human rights record, a rigorous and transparent investigation is critically important to determine if indeed there was proportionate use of force during a shootout, and if there were extrajudicial executions,” said Daniel Wilkinson, Americas managing director at Human Rights Watch.

And in what can only be described as a news metaphor—and a belabored one at that:

A lost load of a Mexican drug cartel’s cocaine washed up on a Texas beach, authorities said.

Lifeguards discovered the 66-pound bundle on Monday while patrolling the Galveston shoreline, police said.

The package contained 30 neatly wrapped kilos, worth a total of more than $3.5 million in street sales, according to Galveston cops.

Narcotics officers quickly recognized the packing job as the work of Mexico’s powerful cartels.

Literally washing ashore.

Last words to Ann:

My soon-to-be-released book, “Adios, America! The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole,” is jam-packed with facts you didn’t already know. Don’t even think of using it as a coaster, like those other books.

These are just a few:

— Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 Immigration Act was expressly designed to change the demographics of our country to be poorer and more inclined to vote Democratic.

— It worked! Post-1970 immigrants vote 8-2 for the Democrats.

— Citing this dramatic shift in the Democratic Party’s fortunes, Democratic consultant Patrick Reddy called the 1965 Immigration Act “the Kennedy family’s greatest gift to the Democratic Party.”

— Immigrants admitted before 1970 made more money, bought more houses and were more educated than Americans. The post-Kennedy immigrants are astronomically less-educated, poorer and more likely to be on welfare than the native population.

— America has already taken in one-fourth of Mexico’s entire population.

— Sex with girls as young as 12 years old is legal in 31 of the 32 states of Mexico.

— Since 2004, Mexicans have beheaded at least a half-dozen people in the United States.

— Mexican drug cartels — not ISIS — pioneered the practice of posting videotaped beheadings online.

— An alleged “ISIS” beheading video making the rounds in 2014 was actually a Mexican beheading video from 2010.

PS: No. Let’s give the last word to the President of los Estados Unidos:

Some Americans only see the Mexico that is depicted in sensational headlines of violence and border crossings.

I think it’s time for us to put the old mind-sets aside. It’s time to recognize new realities — including the impressive progress of today’s Mexico. (Applause.)

Was that applause or gunfire?

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What Difference, at This Point, Does it Make?

With a tip o’ the red beret to Hillary, it’s a question with so many applications:

According to Republican South Carolina representative and committee chairman Trey Gowdy, the Obama administration is dragging its feet when it comes to releasing requested documents for the investigation.

“This Committee has interviewed eyewitnesses never before interviewed, obtained tens-of-thousands of pages of documents never before provided, and reviewed new information central to the investigation such as FBI reports specific to the interrogation and prosecution of Abu Khattala,” Gowdy stated in the report. “But while progress has been made, the greatest impediment to completing this investigation in a timely manner has been the level of cooperation by the executive branch.”

“[On] November 18, 2014, the Committee sent a request for documents to the State Department, including seeking emails to and from Secretary Clinton and her senior staff. The request was the result of a review of the record provided by the previous House committees and the lack of email traffic among these individuals,” Gowdy said.

“However, the State Department has yet to produce a single document pursuant to the remaining portions of the November request. The Committee emphasized the importance of this request by issuing its second subpoena on March 4, 2015 — seeking the emails and documents relating to the ten senior State Department officials. These officials were the same ones referenced in the November 2014 document and communication request, except for the former Secretary. Despite the document request and the subpoena, the State Department has yet to comply.”

Do you realize it’s been almost two-and-a-half years since this happened?

The two-to-six months they’ve been waiting for the State Department to cough up her emails is but the blink of an eye compared to her stonewalling that day.

Gowdy has asked Hillary to appear again before the committee, and she has said she’s looking into it:

PS: You have to wonder where she learned to lie brazenly—but not for long:

But to defy legitimate legal authority? Where’d she get the gumption to flip the bird to a coequal branch of government?

Attorneys for the Obama administration acknowledged late Thursday that they had broken a Texas court’s injunction on immigration by issuing thousands of work permits, and could face possible sanctions in the case.

The acknowledgment was filed just before midnight in the Brownsville, Texas, court of U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen, reports The Washington Times.

Hanen on Feb. 16 issued the injunction to temporarily block President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, ruling in favor of about two dozen states that are claiming in court that the president acted beyond his authority in issuing the order.

The Justice Department’s attorneys told the court that the Department of Homeland Security, which has been officially named as the case’s defendant, informed them on Wednesday that about 2,000 applications for three-year work programs were issued after Hanen ordered the injunction.

Further, reports The Times, the permits were allowed after Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and other top Obama administration officials told Congress the program had been stopped and Hanen’s orders were being followed.

Midnight on a Friday—can’t be more transparent than that!

Meanwhile, Hanen was already considering sanctions after the attorneys acknowledged misleading him about more than 100,000 amnesty applications that were approved between Obama’s order in November and Hanen’s injunction in February.

The attorneys also corrected another number, saying that although they had reported 55 applications as being approved after the judge’s injunction, actually 72 had been approved.

Last week, the Obama administration surrendered documents about how it got initial processing of more than 100,000 applications wrong, but said the documents are privileged communications that neither Hanen nor Texas, the lead state in the lawsuit, should be allowed to see.

Wait, what?

According to the Washington Times, in addition to its brief, the government also turned over documents dealing with the executive amnesty expansion that included communications with the White House.

“We sincerely regret the misunderstanding that the government’s statements inadvertently caused, and hope that this submission fully resolves the issue,” the administration said in its brief,” the Times quoted the briefing.

Friday Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton took issue with the scope of the documents.

“In its most recent filing, not only does the Obama Administration deny the coalition of 26 suing states the opportunity to review documents about how the DOJ misrepresented the early implementation of its executive amnesty program, it also suggests that the judge himself should not review those documents,” he said in a statement.

It’s not clear to me how Obama can “surrender” documents, while demanding no one look at them. But whatever. Until this regime is compelled to respect the rule of law they will hold it in contempt as they have been doing. On Benghazi, on immigration, in the IRS, in the EPA, in the Justice Department, etc.

Congressional Republicans seem unable or unwilling. Maybe a single judge can. Obama sure seems like he’s daring him to.

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List of Suckers Grows to All-Time High

Sorry guys, but if the huarache fits, wear it:

While the administration struggles to move forward with its plan to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants, the list of foreigners trying to get into the United States legally has surged to 4.4 million, over 100,000 more than last year, according to the State Department.

Those on the list either have a family member who is a U.S. citizen or green card holder, sponsoring their entry, or an employer wants them.

The list grew by 100,085 over last year. And more than a quarter of them, 1,323,978, are Mexican.

[U]nlike illegals slipping over the border, many of those on the wait list have been there for up to 13 years or more as they go through the proper process to enter the country.

If you read about the cartels, as I do, you won’t be surprised that so many illegal Mexicans are hosing so many would-be legal Mexicans. Illegal immigration isn’t about immigration; it’s about illegality. Find me any other occasion where that’s worked out—for anyone but the illegals.

“[T]here is clearly no shortage of eligible immigrants being sponsored by family members and employers who are waiting many years for their opportunity to be admitted legally. Any move by the president to relax eligibility standards or grant benefits such as work permits, deferred action, or parole to illegal aliens is profoundly unfair and destructive to the integrity of the legal system because it gives illegal aliens preferential treatment over those applying through the legal process established by Congress,” she explained.

The Left’s hypocrisy on this issue is overwhelming—even for Leftist hypocrisy. Where’s the fairness in 12 million law-breakers (multiple law-breakers, most or them) cutting in front of 4.4 million law-abiders? That there are so many more of them only makes the injustice worse.

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He Freed the Shivs

Give me your tired, your poor, your convicted sociopaths yearning to rape and murder:

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Sarah Saldaña struggled to explain the reasons behind the Obama administration’s release of thousands of criminal immigrants when pressed by Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) Tuesday during a House Judiciary Committee hearing.

In Fiscal Year 2014, ICE released 30,558 convicted criminal immigrants, convicted of 79,059 crimes, allowing them to walk free in the U.S.

“One-quarter of these 30,000 criminal aliens had been convicted of level one crimes, such as murder, rape, and sexual abuse of a minor. of those 30,000, only 8 percent were Zadvydas cases,” Smith said referring to the Supreme Court case that prevents the indefinite detention of certain immigrants.

“Thousands could have been deported. Why did you — why did the administration intentionally endanger the lives of innocent Americans by releasing thousands of criminal aliens into our neighborhoods?” he asked.

Saldaña responded that such releases are “an area of great concern for me.”

How big-hearted of her. But I’m inclined to be forgiving:

Oh, that’s Zoe Saldana. Who are we talking about again?

Off with her head:

“Why are you doing this to the American people?” Smith asked. “You know their recidivism rate is high. You know these individuals are going to be convicted of other crimes. Why are you doing the this to the American people?”

Saldaña reponded [sic], “If I may answer, sir. If I may complete my answer. What I am saying is again let’s make sure we’re comparing apples to apples. We’re talking about 55 percent of those having been ICE discretionary decisions. Which I think is the heart of your concern.”

Smith reiterated his question. Even with that concession, he said, there remain “thousands of people that should be deported, in my opinion, that are not being deported that are endangering innocent Americans. Again, why are you doing this?”

“You know the criminal justice system releases murderers, rapists, sexual assaulters every day when a federal judge decides, you know, this person does not present a flight risk or a safe — a danger to the community. That’s the same considerations the law and the regulations,” she said.

The Texas Republican, however, responded that with immigrants it remains up to the government’s discretion as to whether they remain.

“The law allows us to deport the individuals if you want to, director, you are not giving the American people a good answer,” Smith said. “I hope you will be come back with a better answer in the future.”

Her boss warned us he had a phone and a pen. He’s not afraid to use either. But we should be. Afraid. Very afraid.

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You Lie!

Wow. How’d I miss this?

A federal judge sharply scolded a Justice Department attorney at a hearing on President Obama’s immigration executive actions, suggesting that the administration misled him on a key part of the program — and that he fell for it, “like an idiot.”

The testy court hearing was held Thursday in Texas by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen. The judge suggested he could order sanctions against the administration if he finds they indeed misrepresented the facts.

Hanen chided Justice Department attorney Kathleen Hartnett for telling him at a January hearing before the injunction was issued that nothing would be happening with regard to one key part of Obama’s actions, an expansion of the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, until Feb. 18.

“Like an idiot I believed that,” Hanen said.

A flustered Hartnett repeatedly apologized to Hanen for any confusion related to how the reprieves and work permits were granted.

“We strive to be as candid as possible. It truly became clear to us there was confusion on this point,” she said.

Hartnett continued to insist that the 108,081 reprieves had been granted under 2012 guidelines, which were not stopped by the injunction, and that government attorneys hadn’t properly explained this because they had been focused on other parts of the proposed action.

But Hanen pointed out that the 2012 guidelines only granted two-year reprieves and that three-year reprieves are being proposed under the program now on hold.

“Can I trust what the president says? That’s a yes or no question,” Hanen asked.

Yes it is. It’s one we’ve all been asking lately.

The states asked that Hanen consider issuing sanctions because Justice Department attorneys had made “representations (that) proved not to be true or at a minimum less than forthcoming,” said Angela Colmenero, a lawyer with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, the lead attorney for the states.

Colmenero said the three-year reprieves that were granted might have caused the states economic harm as the states may have already issued various benefits, including driver’s licenses, to immigrants who received a reprieve.

“There is absolutely no basis for sanctions here,” Hartnett said. “The government is absolutely trying to do the right thing.”

Hanen said he would issue a ruling “promptly” on what action, if any, he will take against the Justice Department.

Squeeze ’em till they squeal, your Honor!

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Undocumented Corpse

He’s a lumberjack, but he’s definitely not OK:

Federal and local authorities are investigating a deadly shooting by a U.S. Border Patrol Agent in Washington State.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the agent fired when a suspected “illegal border crosser” assaulted him during a patrol along the U.S.-Canadian border on Thursday.

The reported shooting happened near the Huntington Border Crossing which connects the cities of Sumas, Washington, and Abbotsford, British Columbia. It is one of several area border crossings between the U.S. and Canada and is located east of Bellingham, Washingto, and Vancouver, British Columbia.

The Bellingham Herald newspaper, citing police radio dispatches, said the man was struck in the head.

“The agent had been hit by pepper spray but wasn’t seriously injured, according to police radio traffic,” the newspaper said.

The shooting apparently happened on an east-west road less than 1,000 feet from the border. Video from CNN partner CTV Network showed a covered body lying on the roadway, surrounded by police and investigation vehicles.

I don’t understand. They call him an “illegal border crosser”, but isn’t that an oxymoron? How far do you have to be from the border (in time or distance) before you become an “undocumented citizen” or an “American-in-waiting”? Instead of shooting him, shouldn’t they have issued him a tax refund? Sent him to college on in-state tuition? Given him a driver’s license?

Or does that apply only to “illegal border crossers” of the southern border? They can shoot border police down there with impunity. We even supply them with the guns.

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Will No One Rid Him of This Turbulent Judge?

Stephen Sondheim was lucky or wise enough to have written the lyrics to “America” when he did:

Rosalita: I like the city of San Juan.
Anita: I know a boat you can get on.

What rhymes with Tegucigalpa?

Every attempt by the Obama administration to force the launch of his immigration programs has been stymied thus far, and reading the legal tealeaves, their prospects in the lower courts don’t look much better.

The White House has attempted to dismiss as a political stunt U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen’s ruling last month halting Obama’s issuance of work permits for millions of illegal immigrants.

In the weeks since Obama’s power play was put on hold, the White House has expressed confidence that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in New Orleans would overturn Hanen’s decision.

However, the White House hasn’t received good legal news of late.

On Friday, that appeals court rejected the Justice Department’s attempt to lift the hold on Obama’s immigration programs. Though procedural, that development could bode poorly for when the court in New Orleans hears a broader appeal to the ruling, putting the brakes on a centerpiece of the president’s second-term agenda.

Obama has even alluded to a possible battle at the Supreme Court over the largest change to the immigration system in decades.

“The next step is to go to a higher court, the 5th Circuit. That will take a couple of months for us to file that and argue that before the 5th Circuit,” he said at a recent immigration town hall. “We expect to win in the 5th Circuit, and if we don’t, then we’ll take it up from there.”

Maybe John Roberts will rule the patently invalid executive action as a pardon, millions of ’em. Legions of illegal aliens will be like Thanksgiving turkeys, saved from the metaphorical Jihadi John treatment by the benevolence of The Man, The Law, The State, C’est lui.

It will take an Army of Davids—Judge Hanen, Binyamin Netanyahu, Ted Cruz, Jodi Ernst, Mia Love, et al—to defeat this Goliath. You’re both welcome to join, John Boehner and Mitch McConnell.

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ObamaCare Passes—Poor, Immigrants Hardest Hit

Finally, something decent about the abomination:

Unscrupulous tax preparers are using President Obama’s health care law as a ploy to pocket bogus fines from unsuspecting taxpayers, including some immigrants not bound by the law’s requirements, the IRS warned Friday.

The IRS said it has received reports from around the country that fraudsters are targeting immigrants, particularly Spanish speakers with a limited understanding of English.

In some cases, people who don’t owe a fine because they have Medicaid or some other form of health insurance have been told they need to pay anyway, because supposedly they don’t have the right kind of coverage.

In other cases, immigrants who are not bound by the law’s coverage requirements are being told they must pay a fine.

Young immigrants protected from deportation by the Obama administration fall into a legal gray area that may be prime territory for exploitation.

Perfect! They ram through this steaming pile of a health insurance law; they grant amnesty to illegal aliens. And the illegal aliens become the first victims of an ObamaCare scam! Does it get any better? What a synergy!

How do you like government now, muchachos? Let me put it in terms you’d understand: “Un gobierno suficientemente grande para darte todo lo que quieres, es un gobierno lo suficientemente grande para llevar todo lo que tienes.”

Exactamundo.

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What Did You Do in the Holy War, Daddy?

Oh [bleep], never mind, daddy:

Around half the estimated 700 Britons who have gone to fight with Islamic State jihadists in Syria have returned home, The Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported.

The weekly broadsheet’s figures, in a story about a leaked draft of the Home Office interior ministry’s new counter-extremism strategy, go further than previous estimates, of around 500 individuals leaving and 250 returning.

Around 320 “dangerous” jihadists have come back to Britain, the newspaper said.

The new counter-extremism plan involves targeting Muslim Sharia courts, a ban on radicals working unsupervised with children, and a requirement that job centers identify welfare claimants who may become radicalization targets, the report said.

The report also surfaces just as British authorities have confirmed the identity of ISIS executioner “Jihadi John” as 26 year-old London native Mohammed Emwazi.

I still have a soft spot in my head for Blighty, though you may might say the soft spot is in my head. Not for the first time, I am reminded of Enoch Powell:

“As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see ‘the River Tiber foaming with much blood.'”

Tiber, Thames—same difference. In case you’ve forgotten:

In October 2013, MI5 Chief Andrew Parker warned “that there are several thousand Islamist extremists here who see the British public as a legitimate target.” That threat was illustrated earlier last May, when a 25-year-old British soldier was brutally beheaded by Muslims in the middle of a London street.

Indicating the level of the British threat, the CIA sent a special contingent of agents last June to investigate the extent of Islamic extremism in the UK, in a snub to British intelligence agencies.

Then, this November, two brothers became the first Britons to be jailed for terrorism training in Syria, after they had admitted conspiracy to attend a terrorism training camp in 2013.

A month later, a British mother of six who hoped one of her sons would become a jihadist was jailed for five years and three months after she used social media to encourage acts of terror in Syria.

Next time you dig into a steak and kidney pie, Nigel, ask yourself where that kidney came from. If the answer is Mosul, you might want to send it back.

PS: It is the nature of prophets to be thought cuckoo in their own time. Jeremiah, Enoch Powell, Daniel Patrick Moynihan. It’s not like others couldn’t see the germ of coming destruction; they just banished the thought from their minds. Ask the Israelites, Britons, and American black families how that worked out for them.

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King Barack 0

We don’t need no stinkin’ legislative branch of government!

We don’t need no stinkin’ judicial branch of government!

President Obama promised Wednesday to keep up his fight to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation — and vowed to veto any bill declaring his executive action on immigration illegal during a town hall-style sitdown in Florida.

The President said he would do his best to move forward with immigration reform, despite a Texas judge halting the program, during the night forum hosted by Telemundo and MSNBC.

“If you’ve been here for a long time and if you qualify, generally, then during this period, even with legal uncertainty, they should be in a good place,” the President told a cheering crowd.

Of course they cheered—he was talking about them, and their “legal uncertainty”! Is “legally uncertain aliens” the new term for fence jumpers and visa violators? I know “w*tb**k” is offensive to many, but it’s a lot more accurate.

Because, you see, there’s nothing uncertain about their illegality:

After establishing that Texas had standing to sue in federal court, Judge Hanen turned to the lawfulness of the executive action. DAPA was decreed on November 20, 2014, in a series of memorandums, without any opportunity for the public to comment beforehand. Judge Hanen found fatal the government’s failure to comply with the notice-and-comment requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act (APA). But the court went further, finding that DAPA was not an exercise or prosecutorial discretion. Rather, DAPA amounted to a decision to “‘consciously and expressly adopt[] a general policy’ that is so extreme as to amount to an abdication of its statutory responsibilities.” The president was willfully disregarding the laws of Congress that he did not agree with. Specifically, DAPA “does not simply constitute inadequate enforcement; it is an announced program of non-enforcement of the law that contradicts Congress’ statutory goals.” This policy, Hanen concluded, is unlawful and must be halted.

Rather than enforcing the law, Hanen saw Obama’s actions as making law: The executive is “is not just rewriting the laws; he is creating them from scratch.” This is the role of Congress, not the president. Even if the administration complies with the notice-and-comment process of the APA — unlikely with only 20 months until the next election — such a broad policy of non-enforcement would still run afoul of the Take Care clause.

The decision from Brownsville, on the literal and figurative border between the federal and state governments, is a first step toward restoring the separation of powers and ensuring that the president faithfully executes the laws.

That remains to be seen. It’s a step, but it’s not clear if it’s a step toward anything. If Obama can ignore Congress (rewriting even his “signature achievement” to suit the fancy of the day) and ignore the Constitution, I seriously doubt some sh*tkicking judge from East Bumf*ck, Texas is going to slow him down.

Obama is off the reservation, cheered on by the press, and until the cavalry shows up (in the form of Congress with a spine or the courts with enforcement powers), he’s going to continue to maraud across the landscape. What’s he got to lose?

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Why Do They Hate Us?

Not terrorists.

Democrats:

Open border activist Rep. Luis Guitierrez is calling Republicans racist and xenophobic for opposing illegal immigration. He’s also attacking U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanan for issuing an injunction against President Obama’s executive action on illegal immigration.

“It is mean and xenophobic,” Guiterrez said during an interview on The Kelly File Wednesday. “I believe that this judge is going to get an atta’ boy when he goes back to his country club, what a great job.”

Nothing about the law. Just aspersions and character assassination. In that vein: what a POS.

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If You Wrong Us, Shall We Not Revenge?

I’m a live-and-let-live kind of guy. Moonbats and fruit-loops may annoy me, but as I live among them, I’m used to their silly, silly ways.

But then they come out and openly insult me, treat me with hate and derision…I go kind of John Rambo

Get the shredders ready — the Tea Party could be coming.

The city’s new municipal ID program allows for personal info provided by applicants to be destroyed at the end of 2016, in case a conservative Republican wins the White House and demands the data, the law’s co-sponsor told The Post on Monday.

City Councilman Carlos Menchaca (D-Brooklyn) said the measure was crafted so data submitted by those seeking the cards can be destroyed on Dec. 31, 2016.

The cards are aimed at undocumented immigrants.

“In case a Tea Party Republican comes into office and says, ‘We want all of the data from all of the municipal ID programs in the country,’ we’re going to take the data,” he explained.

With respect, go f**k yourself.

The great thing about the Tea Party is that it doesn’t exist. I may be sympathetic to its goals, but there’s no card to carry even if I wanted to. It’s an understanding among Americans who agree on limited government, low taxation, and even more limited government. It’s no surprise the Tea Party grew organically in response to the passage of ObamaCare, which—hint, moonbats—is enforced by the Internal Revenue Service. Its incompetence is its only saving grace.

And for these mangy rats to declare the Tea Party the enemy, and illegal aliens the victims… well:

“It’s no secret that one of the biggest sticking points in the ID programs is ensuring that there’s confidentiality, that immigrants are comfortably giving their information to the city,” said Steven Choi, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition.

“The sunset is part and parcel of the effort to ensure confidentiality.”

The bill lets the city destroy the info if it determines it’s no longer needed.

The cards were first available early last month. Demand has been overwhelming, with more than 200,000 appointments made for the cards in less than a month.

Are you telling me that 200,000 illegal aliens are not a problem for NYC?

How about 500,000?

Anyway, I thought leftist radicals like Che de Blasio thought ID cards were fascistic:

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a measure that creates a municipal identification card that can now be used by illegal immigrants to access government services, rent an apartment and open a bank account.

“Government services”? What kind of government services? As their mere presence here is a federal crime (albeit a misdemeanor), how can they qualify for any government services, except the services of the criminal justice system?

Tea Partiers, bad; border jumpers, good. To repeat myself: go f**k yourself.

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