One vote on deck for South Dakotans' view on immigration, Herseth Sandlin votes NO.

The Tancredo amendment yesterday to ban Homeland Security funding from cities that are sanctuaries for illegals was one of the first recent tests on where our congresspeople stand on immigration.

And guess where South Dakota's very own was on the measure after her previous statements to protect the needs of dairy farmers to hire illegals (!?!).

Comments

nonnie said…
Why am I not surprised??? Hopefully another nail in her next time bid for election.
Anonymous said…
Powers, I suppose you support the continued funding of DEA raids on medical marijuana cooperatives as well in states that have enacted medical marijuana laws.

You're a true Republican, Powers, a true conserative.
Anonymous said…
Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin should be voted out of office for opening the doors of our borders to illegal immigrants who ignore the law.
Anonymous said…
This isn't about hemp, anon 7:50. Give it a rest and stay on topic.
Anonymous said…
why won't the media report that Herseth-Sandlin is for illegal immigration???

oh yeah, I forgot, they protect her and make sure she never get bad press because all the reporters are liberals. how could i forget.
Anonymous said…
Seniorita Herseth Sandlin!
Anonymous said…
They should also deny Homeland Security money to San Francisco, which hates the military and generally has nothing but utter contempt for this country. Then let's see who they come crying to when some Islamic Jihadist tries to disintegrate the Golden Gate Bridge.
Anonymous said…
Great. So you knuckleheads want to pull Homeland security support from Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago, ay? Good luck flying anywhere, boys.

In fact, here is a list of "known" santuary cities * you'll want to avoid:

Anchorage, Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska
Chandler, Arizona
Fresno, California
Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
Sonoma County, California
Evanston, Illinois
Cicero, Illinois
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Orleans, Massachusetts
Portland, Maine
Baltimore, Maryland
Takoma Park, Maryland
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Durham, North Carolina
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Aztec, New Mexico
Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
Sante Fe, New Mexico
New York, New York
Ashland, Oregon
Gaston, Oregon
Marion County, Oregon
Austin, Texas
Houston, Texas
Katy, Texas
Seattle, Washington
Madison, Wisconsin

Happy travels, you goofballs.

* source:
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=20547
Anonymous said…
Your post wasn't on topic either, anon 9:07.

Do you need permission from Pat to go to the bathroom?

What are you, a sheep?
Anonymous said…
anon 12:53. I rather like sheep, cute, cuddly little lambs. If you think they go where you want them to as individual sheep, you haven't been around them much! I was only off topic because I was responding to you.

Anyway, Herseth supports illegal immigration because she's a Dem. If you want to use your characterization of sheep, then she's a perfect example of following her leader Pelosi.
Anonymous said…
2:15 ...and you are an example of PP and GWB herding you out to the side and f**king you up the a**.
Anonymous said…
Well, I guess I got under his/her skin. Not worth any more comments on this issue. He/she has already lost by stooping this low.
a_big_liberal said…
Yup. Cutting funding from Homeland Security is totally going to fix immigration. There's absolutely no way that that could ever backfire.

It's a completely cut and dry issue. Clearly, Herseth-Sandlin voted against the amendment because she wants to "open the floodgates" so to speak. Clearly, this was the defining vote on her views on immigration...she couldn't possibly have voted against it on the basis that it's a bad idea.

Nope. Not at all.

< /sarcasm >
Anonymous said…
Tancredo is a ignorant wretch.
Anonymous said…
AN ignorant wretch (on second thought, maybe I'm the ignoramous ... Nope, Tancredo is still worse).

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