Must be nice to have two mansions, state police drivers and millions in the bank from the corporations you walked away from. It must be easy for Gov. Deval Patrick to ignore the carnage that the illegal aliens he supports so fervently are unleashing on the commonwealth.
Another day, another person killed in Massachusetts by an illegal alien.
But Deval Patrick remains cool. Nothing to see here, folks, move along.
“It’s horrible,” he said of the latest murder, in Marshfield of all places, allegedly by a Brazilian using a visa number issued to a Kuwaiti woman. “But it’s horrible on its own.”
What’s horrible is that this Third World freeloader didn’t have to be here. He could have been thrown out of this country months ago. But Deval wouldn’t hear of it.
“I think we need to be careful,” Deval was saying yesterday, “not to paint (with) too broad a brush.”
Deval was instructing his coat-holders in the media, try not to mention that he’s an illegal alien, or at least bury it in the 10th paragraph. Don’t list the illegals’ toll — the dreadful murders in Brockton; or the dead motorcyclist in Milford; or the six-time drunken driver, deported three times, arrested over the weekend in Boxboro; or Uncle Omar’s court appearance tomorrow.
And if you must mention that the suspected stabber is a ... new American, then by all means do what the Globe so often does on its Web site. Don’t allow any of the readers to comment on any story where somebody gets killed by an . . . undocumented worker. You know, these posters have no respect for our wonderful governor. Just last week, when he got caught driving during don’t-drive week, some blue-collar wretch scribbled on a message board, “He was probably just driving an illegal to the welfare office.”
And pay no attention to all these bills that are being introduced on Beacon Hill to try to stop the guest workers’ reign of terror.
“I’m not interested in legislation that’s just about a headline,” Deval explained, with some exasperation.
Headlines, Governor? The one I saw yesterday said, “Suspect likely here illegally.” It’s what you might call a standing headline, whether it’s cocaine dealing or drive-bys or hit-and-run driving.
Secure Communities? Just a publicity stunt, Deval scoffed.
I know, they’re only committing the crimes Americans don’t want to commit. I’m sure this Brazilian was planning to marry his “fiancee,” just before he stabbed her to death. He was turning his life around.
Don’t bother these Democrats with any of the messy details about what this country is becoming. In Vermont, Gov. Peter Shumlin told his cops last week to “look the other way as much as we can.”
But it gets harder and harder to look the other way, with all the bodies in the road.
How long before BDC deletes this to protect the guilty?