Monday, October 04, 2010

The Dallas Solution

It's becoming almost a game these days--local authorities desperate to do something about the flood of illegal aliens inundating their areas are getting creative in finding ways to get them out, or at least move them on, and the Obongo regime desperately chasing after them with the courts and lawsuits and harassment in order to save all those future Democrat voters any annoyance until they can ram an amnesty through the lame duck Congress in a couple of months.

Recently, in Dallas, Texas, the city government passed an ordinance that if someone is pulled over by law enforcement and not able to provide proof of insurance, the car will be towed right away. Afterwards, to retrieve the car after being impounded, the driver or owner must require proof of insurance before the car is released.

This has made it easy for the city of Dallas to remove uninsured cars that are typically driven by mostly illegals. Shortly after "no insurance" ordinance was passed, the Dallas impound lots began to fill up quickly and were full after nine days. Most of the impounded cars were driven by illegals.

Not only must they provide proof of insurance to have the car released, they have to pay for the cost of the tow, a $350 fine, and charged $20 for every day their car is kept in the lot. No statistics are available yet, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the number of illegals in Dallas is falling dramatically, just like the number of illegals who fled Arizona after the immigration law there, even before it began to be enforced.

This is a clever way effectively to interdict the illegals by making it impossible for them to drive, at least, and therefore much more difficult for them to work the jobs they take and settle into the homes they steal from from unemployed and foreclosed Americans. It does not require any proof of nationality, citizenship, or immigration status and therefore cannot by the wildest stretch of nigger Attorney General Eric Holder's imagination be deemed "profiling."

Wonder how the Justice Department and the ACLU will get around this one?


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