November 19, 2007

Des Moines, Iowa to be a 'sanctuary city'...

Eco-Friendly Free Ride ~ Omaha to Des Moines
Thats what the Drudge Report headline reads today: Des Moines, Iowa to be a 'sanctuary city'. Here is the Des Moines Register article about this stupid but predictable development.

I'm sure most of you will think "Here is another anti-American, liberal, Democrat-ridden town that believes in open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens, trying to jump on the post 9/11 self-destruction bandwagon." I believe this tragedy for Iowans could be good news for Nebraskans.

We should use the Nebraska Soybean Program's biodiesel powered bus to provide free one-way trips to Des Moines, Iowa for anyone claiming to be an illegal immigrant and hasn't any papers to prove it. The free sanctuary city rides could be advertised locally, and the cost offset by taking legal, paying passengers on the return trip.

It would also be good exposure for our soybean producers; it has been ages since the beanerbus was in the news. I had to look all over to find a picture of it.
Update: Michelle Malkin reports that the San Francisco City Board of Supervisors has decided:
In a 10-1 vote, the city’s board of supervisors — the equivalent of a city council — approved giving identification cards to all residents, including illegal immigrants. The move makes San Francisco the largest U.S. city to back such a plan.

Residents will be able to obtain the resident cards by presenting photo identification and proof they live in the city, such as a utility bill. It was unclear if the new cards, which will be accepted at libraries and health clinics, will carry photos.
San Francisco, always in the vanguard of dysfunctional oddness, has been a sanctuary city since before it was cool. What a great idea: legit ID cards for all, no matter who or what you are. I'll bet you can wear a burqa or other religious disguise for the picture. Tres PeeCee! Can Des Moines be far behind?

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