Thursday, November 30, 2006

Rogers Mayor Moves Forward on Enforcement of Immigration Laws

Mayor Womack: Does he look like he's kidding?

Rogers Mayor Steve Womack is moving forward with plans to have city police enforce federal immigration law. Rogers has recently suffered a spate of violent crime in the streets at the hands of illegal aliens.

After all the talk from politicians on illegal immigration, it looks like one is finally going to do something about it- and I don't question the sincerity of others who say they are concerned about the issue, but Womack is in a position to deliver and he is doing it.

Once the training is in place, Rogers police will be able to check out people, even at routine traffic stops, against a national database. If someone's paperwork is not in order, they will have a direct connection to immigration enforcement. A similar plan launched in a Virginia city this April has already netted 1,000 illegal aliens, 128 of whom have already been deported. It would not surprise if a similar number were apprehended in Rogers in 2007, unless the forces of PC can somehow derail Womack on this.

Will they try? Of course. Will they succeed in frustrating the will of the people again by stopping Womack? Look into his eyes. I don't think so.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just wonder if the immigration enforcement is really going to do something about it once they are being informed by the Rogers police department.

8:23 AM, November 30, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Those illegals will be apprehended. We need a fedeal bill that says the locals can bill ICE every day they have to keep an apprehended illegal from every city that takes the training. That should motivate the feds to get moving.

Hello Congressman John Boozema?

9:01 AM, November 30, 2006  

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