Monday, June 12, 2006

Any Other Day...

...the Colorado dailies would have written a nice puff piece about Jesus Alonso Ochoa-Gomez. The self-described "pastor" helped between 15 and 20 people at a "safe house" he rented at 912 Havana St. in Aurora. A Denver church even referred needy people to Ochoa-Gomez. Yes, he is a true man of virtue.



That's what they would have said about him before last week. The story today is that illegal alien Jesus Alonso Ochoa-Gomez kidnapped and held a 20-year-old man against his will, and sexually assaulted him for over 10 days in a Lochbuie trailer he rented with his six-months pregnant wife.

This preventable crime needn't have happened had it not been for the sanctuary policies of cities in Colorado. Illegal alien Ochoa-Gomez could have been stopped at the border, to be certain, but he also could have been deported for any of the other crimes he has committed since 1991, like shoplifting, DUI, fraud, larceny, criminal trespass (not the good kind: border-hopping), disturbing the peace, and assault.

God only knows what is going to happen to Ochoa-Gomez's wife and unborn child, but one thing is certain, all three of them will be citizens of the United States when illegal alien Ochoa-Gomez gets out of jail (assuming he goes). Let me be the first to welcome him as a new citizen. I hope illegal alien Ochoa-Gomez finds a nice home next to an open-border advocate for his "needy" friends and his fighting roosters.

6 Comments:

Anonymous The Outlander said...

What makes you think they still won't? After all, he is a victim of his illegal immigrant status, a victim of American racism, bigotry, hatred, and xenophobia, mostly embodied and perpetuated by undeniably ignorant, mostly white, right-wing, God-fearing Republicans. And it is because of THEM that he made the choices, actions, and behaviors he did.

Wait for it.


I give The Coloradoan and The Reporter-Herald until week's end before they publish something to this effect.

12:03:00 PM  
Blogger The Plumber said...

Well, you'll have to tell me as I don't read those newspapers anymore.

12:50:00 AM  
Anonymous The Outlander said...

They publish the same letters to the editor, the same op-ed pieces, the same wire service articles, and their lack of local news is obscene.

In other words, they are the same newspaper, hereafter referred to as TheReporterHeraldColoradoan.

You are wise not to read them or waste money on them.

10:58:00 AM  
Blogger Publius said...

If we deport his pregnant wife before she has her baby though the baby won’t become a U.S. citizen. Otherwise get out your government construction paper because all three are going to get green cards.

12:27:00 PM  
Blogger The Plumber said...

I don't think that illegals are under the "jurisdiction" of the U.S.. I therefore deny that there is such a thing as anchor babies. They are the children of foreign nationals and thus foreign nationals themselves.

11:44:00 PM  
Blogger Publius said...

I am actually trying to find the time and wording to write about this. This is actually a state issue; if you look you were given you Birth Certificate by the state and is the first document that shows residency status.
No, these children are not under the jurisdiction of the U.S. or state, but that is not how the law is being interpreted now. Until we fix the problem with anchor babies, we are still going to have an immigration problem.

10:25:00 PM  

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