Friday, November 27, 2015

over the river and through the desert...


47,68,60,T,0

11 comments:

Margery Bills said...

Hey, hey, second photo looks like a party. :-)

Margery Bills said...

In the second photo, I wonder if they were from Honduras or where. Some people here are upset because they think we should open the doors and help the people from Homnduras and El Salvador instead of the Syrians. But one lady said that the troublemaking terrorists fly in in big airplanes backed by a lot of money. My 5 great grandfather signed the Constitution, John Dickinson, atty. And another 5 great grandfather, Richard Warren, was a pilgrim on the Mayflower (the history book said a good and Godly man). So you might imagine what I think about the laws. It has been like watching a horrible, unbelievable carnival show all these years here and all the surrounding circumstances although people in the 70% Spanish speaking town get angry if one denigrates anything. There is one constant-change.

Margery Bills said...

Sorry, first photo.

rondeb said...

Glad to see another decedent of a Constitution signer. My Father's mother's maiden name was Stockton. My grandfather 8 times removed was Richard Stockton, one of the signers of the Declaration. My sister had it all made official with DNA although we have known this all our lives. Regarding your post. Getting mighty close (too close.) Time to built a fence and close our borders. These are just the ones that are caught. A fraction of those that actually make it across. The drugs pouring in across the border would be mind blowing if we had a true number.

Margery Bills said...

Anyway, good for Deputy Hardin. TY for posting that news item. I always thought they could come through there and now I know. I suppose this has been ongoing. Maybe 50 years ago and less I drove on I-10 W. at night and bands of people would scurry off the road when they saw my headlights. There was usually no traffic so they would just walk along the interstate to San Antonio. There is a very wealthy Mexican aAmerican man who throws a huge excellent Thanksgiving dinner for anyone each year but 99% crowds of Mexican people in San Antonio attend. Some Anglo friends of mine and former neighbors in San Antonio told me yesterday that they missed going there and helping when they were younger. On my way to Terlingua a few years ago I stopped at a border store. I was tired and was fishing for change to pay and the sweetest non English speaking man gave me the money to pay (which I returned).

Rita B. said...

Sorry to see this. Such a rough terrain to try crossing unless you have help waiting on the other side. Glad these folks were caught.

mike said...

send them to Seria

Margery Bills said...

Not a bad idea. In the 50's I met a soldier from South America and he was serving time in the military and then he could become a citizen. He spoke fluent English.

Stuart said...

Orphans?

Z Rancho said...

Thank you for the information, as a land owner, It is nice to know what is going on in our community. Keep up the good work and information flow.

Johnny Doyle said...

John 13:34-35
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

Those are words from Jesus, by the way. I guess they don't apply to people from another country though.. *rolls eyes* Imaginary borders are man's design, not the lord's.