Tony Yapias is a criminal too

This guy openly supports illegal aliens.

Tony Yapias

I’ve been watching him on the news for years. Tonight he’s totally in the face of Teresa Bassett who published a list of illegal aliens. He kept saying, “you know you are a felon right!”.

Tony, you are a criminal as well. I bet you could give me a list of a thousand illegal aliens. I bet you aid them on a daily basis. I’m sure you don’t feel the least bit guilty about it because you feel justified. Just like Mr. Bassett feels justified.

My guess is that Proyecto Latino de Utah, helps illegals in the same way that ACORN supports pimps and prostitutes. Think about it? Do you ever help illegals “work” the system?

Tony wants the whole world to bend for Latino’s. He wants the US Government, LDS Church, State of Utah, Public Schools, US Courts, District Courts everyone and anyone who lives and breaths to fall down at the feet of illegal aliens. He reminds me of George P. Lee and his zeal for the native Americans.

I traveled to Mexico earlier this year and was thoroughly disgusted. It is rampant with criminals. You can’t park a car or sit on the beach without someone trying to extort money from you. “If you pay me, I’ll make sure no body messes with your car.” “If you pay me I’ll make sure no one steals your stuff while you swim.” Mr Yapias would claim its the poverty. In fact, it has nothing to do with poverty. I’ve traveled abroad many times to places such as Nepal and India. The people there did not act that way.

I’m not saying Latino’s are criminals. They are not bad people. They are just like every other group. However, Mexico’s society has completely disintegrated. Mexican leaders have thrown in the towel. They expect America to own and solve every problem.

Let me ask a question. How many people do you know that took Spanish in high school? I don’t know the percentage but it’s pretty high. Now, how many Mexican’s in Mexico take English in high school? If you go to Germany, France, China, Japan etc. virtually all kids learn English in school. For Pete’s sake Mexico, just try. Give us something to work with.

Mr. Yapias reminds me of parents who believe their kids can do no wrong. He’s like the over indulging parents in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. You need to expect something from those you are serving. Expecting them to learn English. Demand that they put their Mexican flags away.

Mr. Yapias has received numerous awards from Mexico. How about working with them to clean up their country and earn a few awards from the US.

Saudi Men

What a surprise! This story isn’t on CNN, MSNBC, ABC or USAToday. I didn’t bother searching CBS or NBC.
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A campaign on Facebook is calling for Saudi men to beat women who plan to drive cars in a protest next month, AFP reports.
“The Iqal Campaign: June 17 for preventing women from driving” advocates a cord be used to beat women who plan to drive. Women are not allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia.

Some 6,000 people have “liked” the campaign on Facebook. It was created in response to female activist Manal al-Sharif, who created a page calling for Saudi women to defy the driving ban on June 17.

Her page was taken down following her arrest for driving May 22 in the Saudi city of Khobar. A petition has been launched to release al-Sharif from jail, garnering more than 300 signatures, according to AFP.

Saudi Arabia is the last country in the world to ban women from driving.

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Hate courtesy of the Huffington Post

The Huffington Post picked up the AP story on the tabernacle fire in Provo. There were 598 comments on the story. Here are a few:

  • Who cares?
  • Oops. (from a Huffington Post Moderator)
  • GOOD!!!
  • It’s punishment to the Mormons for Prop 8!  And I’m only half-jokin­g….
  • New Rule: Organizati­ons that don’t pay taxes to a government have no right to expect services provided by that government (such as firefighte­rs).
  • Historical from what standpoint­? I’m not a fan of religions to begin with, but how the mormons get any credibilit­y is beyond my grasp.
  • How does any cult gain credibilit­y: longevity.
  • Hmmm, that’s a shame.
  • Old Mormon hymn: “The spirit of God like a fire is burning …”
  • Rather less upsetting than seeing an outhouse burn.
  • I wish I could feel more sympathy.. but the whole Mormon Church, funding Prop 8 in California­.. leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
  • Heavens I hope noone’s magic underwear was singed.
  • Awe… too bad so sad.

Thankfully, there were some comments that were blocked. There were many comments justifying their comments because of California’s Prop 8.

Something tells me that if a gay/lesbian center had burned down in Salt Lake, you wouldn’t find such comments in the Deseret News.

Someone needs to lose their job

This makes me angry!! The guy who testified against Brian David Mitchell got paid half a million dollars by Utah tax payers. Who’s the bozo that in the authorized the use of this guy. Is there that big of a difference between spending life in prison vs. life in a mental institution? They couldn’t find an expert for $40,000.

“Dr. Michael Welner testified about his 205-page report, which concluded that the 57-year-old Mitchell was competent to stand trial, but suffers from an anti-social personality disorder, psychopathy and alcohol abuse.

Welner’s evaluation of Mitchell, for which prosecutors paid more than $500,000, was sought by the government after a federal prison hospital evaluator, Dr. Richart DeMier, said he believed Mitchell was not competent for trial.”

“Dr. Michael Welner and his consulting firm, the Forensic Panel, were paid a jaw-dropping $242,966.74 for work on the second Yates trial.”

As far as I’m concerned, Michael Welner is a predator as well.


Aspirin has been around for one hundred and ten years. I rarely see a commercial on television for it. So my question is……how long does Viagra need to be around before the commercials subside?

Facebook Groups

Right now on Facebook you have people associating themselves with dozens of groups and associations that support this or that cause. It seems harmless enough but I see an issue. In normal social circles we have Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians and other “ats” and “ans.” Respectable people, who I’m sometimes not, adjust their discussions based on their company. For instance, if five conservatives are sitting together they may have a massive Obama slam fest. But guess what? If one friend in the group is a Democrat, they will avoid political discussions. I have friends that are liberal and friends that are conservative. I’m proud to know both and don’t want to offend either. Facebook however puts friendships in jeopardy.

Facebook is a great tool. I love its ability to rekindle friendships. I enjoy seeing pictures of their vacations and hearing about their hobbies. However, I’m not a fan of the myriads of political or social groups. They tend to alienate and offend rather than bring people together.

When people add these groups to their Facebook page they risk damaging friendships. I’m not saying people shouldn’t put their party affiliation on their page. But loading up with highly charged Facebook groups serves no good purpose. Nobody is going to be convinced or change their mind based on a weak association with a Facebook group. However, when you associate yourself with a group named “Obama is a Retard” or “I hate George Bush”, nobody benefits.

Too Bad—So Sad

I read a recent AP article called, “No More Opium, No More Money for Afgan Villagers.” In this article Afghan’s make a pathetic attempt to get the pity of the world. Here are some of their statements:

“Now we don’t even have 10 Afghanis ($0.25) to give our children to buy bubble gum,” says opium farmer Abdul Hay. “Before they would go into the field and collect the money themselves.”

“See this mustard? It can take care of my family for one month,” says 25-year-old farmer Abdul Saboor, pulling up a shoot of the green plant and snapping it open with his teeth. “When we planted opium in this same plot, it took care of all our expenses for an entire year.”

“We open in the morning and go back at night. No money comes in. No one buys anything,” says Ahmed. “There is no money left in this village. Opium is the only income we had.”

“If we plant two bags of wheat, then we’ll have just enough money to buy the seeds to plant another two bags of wheat,” says the gray-bearded farmer. “We’re going backwards. Of course we’re angry at the government.”

Here is a classic Middle Eastern comment.

“We are getting poorer day by day,” says Abdulhamid, in the village of Pengani. “What should I do? Kill my children so that I don’t have to feed them?”

Here is another shocker.

“I didn’t plant this for my own pleasure,” he says. “I planted this so that my family could eat. All the rest of this is worth nothing,” he says, waving at the wheat. “The choice I have to make now is either kill myself. Or leave the country.”

Does someone have to die every day? “Who spilled my goat’s milk, they must die.” Just freaking relax. Life is tough and killing doesn’t make it any easier.

How are these people different than the other billions on this earth who find their livelihood in jeopardy? I’ll tell you how their different. They deserve no pity because they’ve know for a thousand years that they were selling contraband. Many others lose their living because of volcano’s, tsunamis and floods.

If a member of the mob had said, gave excuses why racketeering was being cracked down on would you be weeping for him?

The only ones I feel sorry for are the children. The children with parents too stupid and corrupt to take a proper course in life. Illigal drugs are not a way to raise a family. Muslims don’t believe in drinking alcohol. These knot heads in Afghanistan know full well they are doing wrong. They just don’t care. Well, don’t come looking to me for sympathy.

BTW-I feel the same for those in Detroit who were too stupid to see and respond to the auto crisis.

Obama may be right…

Rarely will I use those words but today I hear that Obama is not committing to a Moon or Mars shot. I hope he sees the value in spending our money elsewhere. I’m all for leveraging space but not for sending men to other planets. There is so little to be gained for the money.

Only NASA (a government agency) would boast that a single pair of space gloves cost half a million dollars.


I certainly support the idea of personal accountability, which is sorely lacking these days, but it is ironic hearing this from a politician.

“Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley suggested on Monday that AIG executives should take a Japanese approach toward accepting responsibility for the collapse of the insurance giant by resigning or killing themselves.

‘But I would suggest the first thing that would make me feel a little bit better toward them if they’d follow the Japanese example and come before the American people and take that deep bow and say, I’m sorry, and then either do one of two things: resign or go commit suicide.

And in the case of the Japanese, they usually commit suicide before they make any apology.’”

One slipped through

Today the media took a break from its censorship of the drug problems in Mexico. MSNBC actually ran a pictorial story on the problems being faced along the border. Some of the most dangerous cities in the world are right on the US border. Violence has been spilling over into our country with the kidnapping and murder of US citizens. Fox News has been the only network covering this.

Democrats desperately want to keep this issue under wraps so they can push for an amnesty bill. No doubt there are many politicians, especially those from boarder states, who are concerned but are being encouraged by leaders to stand down long enough for a bill to be signed.

NBC, which stands for “National Broadcasting Company”, (sounds like the name of a news source in the former Soviet Union) somehow, let this story slip through the cracks. Don’t get me wrong, they missed a lot of the story. They didn’t talk about the violence spilling into the US or the absurd actions being taken by politicians but they did say something.

We should be grateful for this one little story by MSNBC. Hopefully, other news sources will jump on the bandwagon.