Governor Abbott and GUTS



“Abbott is one of several prominent Republicans who have argued that President Biden’s immigration policies caused the immigration crisis. White House officials said Biden inherited a broken immigration system and moved to reverse measures that were inhumane.”

Can anybody really argue that Biden’s policies haven’t caused the “immigration crisis”?!

Biden INHERITED A BROKEN IMMIGRATION SYSTEM?   You mean the one that actually worked?
Inhumane?   And the thousands coming up and being trafficked, abused, dying, drowning….are better off?   How was Trump’s policy inhumane?   Obama built the cages…Trump got the blame and the media doesn’t use ‘cages’ anymore now that Biden’s in power.

THINK ABBOTT CAN DO THIS?  Some say he can’t afford to build a wall……….
Then remind me why some of you said recently he’s no Conservative……I’m not challenging, I’d really like to know what he’s done that sounds more liberal.




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28 Responses to Governor Abbott and GUTS

  1. bocopro says:

    The United States of Covinoia has spent uncountable amounts of time, money, and lives defending the borders of dozens of countries in the past 100 years but strangely has now chosen not to defend its own.

    Considering the massive damage Faux Chi, Kamalho, Doofus Joe, and all the rest are doing, we oughta give Shrillary credit for summing it all up with her “At this point, what difference does it make?” Her mantra these days is “Why did they manage to steal it for him but not for me?”

    I doubt even a Trump 2.0 could repair the wreckage wreaked by the Obama 2.0 Doofus Duo of Joe & Ho in only 4 short months. Six TRILLION budget proposal? For pork sammidges?

    YGBSM, Joey. I mean, if it’s true that men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, where the hell did THAT come from . . . Uranus?

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  2. kidme37 says:

    Well why not put up a wall. If the country comes to its senses – it won’t – that much will be built, but I can’t see New Mexico, Arizona, and especially California bothering to keep them out. I expect them to continue to help them across and get them shipped to red states on covid infected airplanes. Even the illegals walking across the Atlantic to get here.

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  3. Mustang says:

    The US southern border has been the location of extreme danger and violence since forever, but nowhere has the border been more violent than Texas/New Mexico/Arizona — and this has been going on since around 1821 when Mexico achieved its independence from Spain. The natural border (Rio Grande) has not deterred anyone from crossing over into the United States. We can certainly “finish” the wall Trump started, but it will only serve to hinder (not prohibit) the migration of illegals. The more sophisticated lawbreakers (drug cartels) will simply construct tunnels under the wall. I believe one such tunnel used to import heroin started about a half-mile inside Mexico and terminated inside a residential home two miles inside Arizona. These people are clearly dedicated to their tasks.

    Meanwhile, given that the US southern border is nearly 2,000 miles long, keeping illegal persons from migrating or performing incursions is a statistical game. There are only so many border patrol agents, only so many local law enforcement personnel (who are mainly handicapped by federal law); they are woefully insufficient to effectively patrol the border region. For every illegal they catch, there are five that get through undetected. Do the math. They are aided and abetted by Hispanics living legally in the US who conspire to thwart US law enforcement efforts … which ranges from active engagement to bring in the illegals and harbor them (think underground railroad) to passive engagement, defined as knowing what’s going on and who’s doing it and then keeping quiet about it.

    Wall, or not, the only way to curb this trend is to demagnetize American society. We know why the drug cartels are involved in border violations, and we know why any rational human being would want to get out of Mexico, but we have to look after OUR interests first. If Mexicans want to come to the US, make them do it legally, and this means making it impossible for any non-US citizen/resident from renting an apartment, house, purchasing a car, getting a job, seeking medical care, or attending public schools. Anything short of that is, at least in my view, a waste of time and effort.

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  4. kidme37 says:

    As far as cartels, let’s consider how much money the authorities make playing cops and robbers with the drug cartels.

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  5. Mustang says:

    @ Kid … not sure why, if the fake messaging system was working so well, law enforcement “let it out of the bag.” Ever talk to any cop who went undercover? Scary stuff. Something like this should have been treated as top secret. It proves that the more people who know a secret, the less it will remain a secret.

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  6. kidme37 says:

    Wondered about that myself. Plus it makes any messaging system suspect now. What will they try next? The options are no doubt finite.

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  7. Mustang says:

    I wonder how many drug dudes are using drones to fly their product across the border. Heck, if Amazon can do it … The real money is in drugs, and the drug cartels can afford to buy hundreds of them. Human trafficking is, I think, merely a diversion to keep law enforcement focused elsewhere.

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  8. Mustang said
    “The US southern border has been the location of extreme danger and violence since forever, but nowhere has the border been more violent than Texas/New Mexico/Arizona — and this has been going on since around 1821 when Mexico achieved its independence from Spain.”
    Anyone who reads his excellent blog Old West Tales knows that!


  9. Abbott has yet to sign the Constitutional Carry law sent for his signature.
    Hey Abbott!


  10. geeez2014 says:

    KID, I glanced over the article but don’t see where AUTHORITIES (FBI, etc?) are MAKING money??

    MUSTANG, that’s why even Trump’s wall…much shorter than necessary because they hadn’t finished, helped so much. We needed 2,000 miles of it, didn’t we. HOping Gov Abbott can add a lot to it though critics say there’s no way he can afford it and, of course, it’s not Texas’ duty …it should be the Federal Gov’t.
    And, of course, most border agents are Hispanics who I hear on FOX all the time speaking proudly of keeping people out of ‘our country’ …that they want to protect America. Such good stuff there.l…
    TOTALLY agree about DEMAGNETIZING…..but how can Dems get votes if they don’t offer goodies, right?!!

    ED..that border will always be an ‘extreme danger’ but WOW, would a fully built wall have helped BIG TIME.


  11. MAL says:

    Hmmmm. Perhaps we should take over Mexico and turned them into legal states. Then the southern border would be a whole lot easier to protect! We could then break up the drug cartel. Problems solved!


  12. Mustang says:

    @ Mal:

    Around the mid-1980s a Mexican doctor in Tijuana authored a short pamphlet arguing for the US taking over Mexico. He listed all kinds of reasons why the US should do that, concluding with the argument that if it would be Mexico’s one and only real chance for national social reform. I think he was run out of town. He probably snuck into San Diego and obtained Reagan’s amnesty.

    Immigration must be broken whenever (a) the Federal Government refuses to do its job, (b) when states and communities begin advertising that they are sanctuary cities with an accompanying blatant refusal to arrest, detain, and turn illegal persons over to federal authorities, (c) when employers (construction companies, lawn-maintenance/landscaping companies) hire illegal aliens because they’ll work for less, and (d) when members of the community pretend that since most illegals live in someone else’s neighborhood that it does affect them -and- become de facto enablers of local politicians who really need to be in jail themselves.

    Government officials are infamous for “selective prosecution” policies that allow regulators and lawmen to pick and choose which laws they will enforce, and upon whom to enforce them. The word for this is corrupt. Now, that said, when you have one police officer per 100,000 citizens, don’t expect the police to enforce too many laws beyond the most glaring violations of public safety. And then there is always the possibility that we have too many laws on the books, to begin with.

    In my earlier comment, with reference to violent borders, I omitted California because … well, California has become an extension of Mexico — I suppose as part of the reconquest movements, aided, and abetted by sanctuary-state mindlessness, which only encourages illegal trespass. My other thought is that among persons who seek illegal entry, going into California first makes it easier for illegals to cross into Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, and all points east. This is not exactly what I would call a good neighbor policy.

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  13. bocopro says:

    Some quotes (it is the duty of old white people to DIE) :

    M.E.Ch.A. (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan)
    “For the race everything. For those outside the race, nothing.”

    Augustin Cebada, Brown Berets; “Go back to Boston! Go
    back to Plymouth Rock, Pilgrims! Get out! We are the future. You are old and tired. Go on. We have beaten you. Leave like beaten rats. You old white people. It is your duty to die . . Through love of having children, we are going to take over.

    Richard Alatorre, Los Angeles City Council. “They’re afraid we’re going to take over the governmental institutions and other institutions. They’re right. We will take them over . . . We are here to stay.”

    Excelsior, the national newspaper of Mexico, “The American Southwest seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a single shot.”


  14. Mustang says:

    @ Ron, I see a parallel between the US and Israel. Nothing was productive in Palestine before the Jews returned to their heritage and transformed a wasteland into farms. I think Z made this point the other day, and now that there are large productive farms in Israel, the Arabs want to destroy the Jews and take the land back to … oh, I dunno … the surface of Mars.

    Similarly, when Mexico controlled all of the southwest, it was a desolate land fit only for nomadic Indians who fought incessant battles over which of them should control it … part of the teepee management system, I guess. Look how the European invaders transformed that forsaken land into productive farms and ranches, massive cities, and compare that with the barren land just south of the US border even now … and yet, there are some Mexicans who want to return the American southwest into a crap hole. It’s mindboggling. My sentiment to those losers is, “Come and Take It.”


  15. bocopro says:

    Yeah, as I’ve said many times (prob’ly too many), the Jews made the desert bloom; the Arabs make it bleed.


  16. MAL says:

    Mustang, I wish he’d have succeeded. Then we wouldn’t be in this mess today, right? So many that have worked here over the years sent money back to Mexico anyway, so why not facilitate everything by making it legal.


  17. geeez2014 says:

    Not sure anybody here in California believes or experiences what Non Californians like to say about it, but OKAY! HA! I’m hoping everyone here understands there are sanctuary cities ALL OVER America……… And that Abbott is going to continue to build because of Hispanics getting in through TEXAS….And they’re crossing the rivers into AZ etc etc.

    MUSTANG, I have thought the very same thing; This is a great land (including California, by the way) BECAUSE of European invaders…it would NOT BE THIS LAND were it not for European INVADERS….. It’s because of INVADERS they’ve lived this great experience they feel they must conquer….wait till they get what they wanted and wonder WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED HERE..THIS IS SQUALOR!

    BOCOPRO…I have very little problem with legal Hispanics living here and participating in the American dream…it’s the SCUM you’ve quoted that I could kick if I were a kicking woman!


  18. kidme37 says:

    Z, “more than 32 tons of drugs — including cocaine, cannabis, amphetamines and methamphetamines — were seized along with 250 firearms, 55 luxury cars and more than $148 million in cash and cryptocurrencies.”

    Unless you feel the FBI is an honest above board operation..


  19. geeez2014 says:

    KID, if they took off with it, how does anybody know how much there was? ALL agents would have to be bad to overlook some theft…….I hope that isn’t the case, though I KNOW some are, surely.


  20. geeez2014 says:

    KID, you know, of course, that if we all feel the FBI is not an honest and aboveboard operation, we have no country. The FBI is SO important, don’t you think?

    And you’re probably right; who KNOWS how much contraband has been found by fed agents who took off with it? Probably in the gazillions!

    I just hope most are honest…..

    Signed, Pollyana


  21. geeez2014 says:

    with 2 n’s!!


  22. Once again, if Abbott was a true conservative he would sign the Constitutional Carry law placed before him. He hasn’t.
    Why not?


  23. geeez2014 says:


    After reading what this bill does, I’m not sure he should….I like a waiting period, and a background check. Do they always work? Nope. Could they? yup.

    Yes, he says he IS going to sign it. I don’t blame him for considering it for some time.


  24. kidme37 says:

    Well, I know the police have a website where they pose for pictures displaying stuff they’ve stolen from ‘drug dealers’. One example being an NFL guy with 15K walking around money. Cops said no one but.a dealer has that kind of cash and confiscated it. Never got it back.

    FB? Seriously? After what they’ve done the last 5 years ? The FBI has ZERO credibility. Caps unavoidable…… Corrupt. Criminal. Anti-American.

    The Federal government has zero credibility. We are living in a banana country. I’d say republic but that concept is too spotty to accept as a general description.

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  25. kidme37 says:

    No idea the mechanics but that conteraband and valuables and money doesn’t find it’s way to the federal reserve or Jude Children’s hospital. It gets laundered. maybe shipped to the DEA or CiA to use as flash money for undercover agents, and then voila, gee it got lost somehow.

    Geeks, Jon Corsine LOST 1.5 Billion $ when he was governor of New Joisey !

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  26. kidme37 says:

    DeBlasio’s wife cannot account for 878 Million of tax money given to her woman’s support thing-a-ma-bob up in new york.

    Feeding Frenzy. lawless.

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  27. Baysider says:

    Waiting period, No.
    Instacheck, Yes.
    Reciprocity for Texas’ carry license:

    This young man’s story exemplifies why it’s good to have citizens who carry. (And, just incidentally, why shooting leg isn’t 1st choice.) Regular working guy. Protected his wife and kids from carjacker. It shows why some basic training is needed. He had it, and got more after this incident.
    This is for you Ed: Recommend the channel.

    Biden’s policies – definitely created A crisis, but he is just one in a long once-broken line who look for ways to subvert the safety and interests of the American people to feather their own. It’s probably the most collaborative effort between the 2 main parties. Like Mustang said they need to look after OUR interests first.

    When Mexico had a high (minority, but high) percentage of Germans moving there, the Spanish complained that the Germans worked so hard and controlled things – farming interests all out of proportion to their numbers, brewing, and the army officer corps. At the peak, 80% of the Mexican army upper end officer corps was German! They took what they did best to the new world with energy, applied skill and a smart Arbeit attitude. Just think what they could have made out of Mexico! (I’m glad they didn’t by 1914.)

    Good point BP – we spend boatloads of $$$ protecting other peoples’ borders, but not our own.
    I’d hit a lot of “Likes” in here if I could from this browser.

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  28. Constitutional carry is exactly that. Constitutional. Requires no thought. Requires no waiting period. Requires United States of America’s Constitution.
    Training is needed.
    It’s not in the Constitution.
    If Abbott’s gonna do it, why stall?

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