Idiot # 1:
A Southern California Congresswoman is accusing white supremacist groups of fueling Arizona's tough new illegal immigration law.
Democrat Linda Sanchez told a local party meeting in Whittier this week that legislators in Arizona and other states are being approached by organizations that are fronts for white supremacists.
Sanchez said these groups actually write laws like Arizona's and want to create a system in which minorities can be legally discriminated.
Idiot # 2:
"The (Catholic church) wants us to believe that illegals swarming into our country deserve benefits and special treatment," Rohrabacher told the Daily Breeze. "The Catholic church should sell its many, many assets in this state and give these people food and health care, and educate them." The congressman specifically singled out Los Angeles Archbishop, Cardinal Roger Mahony, the Breeze reported. The cardinal, Rohrabacher told the newspaper, is "pointing his fingers and acting holier than thou, when his church is not providing the services that it could."Two politicians on two ends of the spectrum - one Liberal, one Conservative - and both a bunch of schmucks.
A common evidentiary objection that is heard in the courtroom is "Objection - lacks foundation." In both cases, I would say the same. Linda Sanchez has no credible foundation to back her claim other than she "read it on a blog." Dana Rohrabacher needs to stop listening to Wiley Drake and realize that the Catholic church is still the largest provider of charity worldwide.
And maybe the biggest jackass of them all is the media for reporting their bilge as if it were verified facts. I am really tired of people talking about things without anything to support what they are saying.