Sunday, December 10, 2006

Firing Complaints at Rogers Attempt to Slow Illegal Invasion


This article outlines Roger's Mayor Steve Womack's efforts to get members of his police force certified to enforce immigration law. He has applied to the feds for the training program.

One Manny Gomez, head of a chapter of the race-based organization LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), wrote a letter to the Department of Homeland Security asking them to reject Roger's application for the program. The head of this race-based organization claims that the training would lead to "racial profiling".

Much of the article consists of Gomez saying that Rogers can't prove that a "majority" of its serious crime has been committed by illegal aliens- but Womack does say that on the most serious drug charges, 25 of the 57 arrested were illegal aliens. OK, maybe that is not a "majority", but isn't that plenty enough to justify joining the federal program?

I also could not help but notice that much of the article was over whether Rogers had ever been formally accused of racial discrimination. Seems to me if an application can be de-railed simply by an ACCUSATION of racial discrimination then this program is too PC to do any real good.

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