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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

John & Ken Vs. Vincente Fox's Spokeshole Rob Allyn

This is required listening for all the open border whackos still advocating for an amnesty/guest worker program. John & Ken interviewed Rob Allyn this afternoon of Allyn & Company, a Dallas based Republican PR firm that the country of Mexico has retained to help "improve their image with Americans". Rob is the guy that the AP quoted as saying, "If people in the U.S. and Canada had an accurate view of the success of democracy, political stability and economic prosperity in Mexico, it would improve their views on specific bilateral issues like immigration and border security". This provided all the ammo necessary for John Kobylt to destroy Mr Allyn's arguments. In my opinion, this is some of their very best material ever. There's lots of KFI promo clips to play out of this. Here's the link

Mr Allyn was also on Lou Dobb's program tonight. Here is a link to the transcript. Congressman Tancredo came on after Mr. Allyn on the show and this is what he had to say:

Congressman Tom Tancredo of Colorado, one of our nation's fiercest border security advocates, joins us tonight from Denver with his take on Mexico's fight to weaken our border security. And thanks for being with us, sir.

REP. TOM TANCREDO (R), IMMIGRATION REFORM CAUCUS: Pleasure. Especially after listening to that. I mean, you think to yourself, now, I wonder if I had more money than the Mexican government has in buying that PR firm, would he be explaining my facts to you? I think so.

He made it look as though he's committed to this on moral grounds. He's committed because they wrote him a check.

PILGRIM: It's a commercial relationship, clearly.

TANCREDO: Right, clearly.

PILGRIM: And let's get to some of the things which you said which are very compelling, very harsh comments directed at the Mexican president, and also let's look first at the entire issue of the President Fox taking on the United States and really trying to dictate domestic policy.

You said recently, which U.S. citizen voted Vicente Fox into office. Vicente Fox was not elected by the American people. I'm assuming you think it's highly inappropriate that the Mexican president is discussing a bill that passed in our House of Representatives by a fairly wide margin.

TANCREDO: I cannot believe that I am -- I'm certainly not the only one complaining. I'm sure there are other members of Congress complaining about this. I hope so. But the person I want to hear complaining about this is the president of the United States.

His silence here is deafening. Here is a president of another country, a foreign country, condemning the actions of the American Congress, threatening, mind you, threatening to get international support in order to stop us.

What is he going to do? Get a coalition of the willing to attack the border fence? It is incredible. I don't know, as I've said, I don't know what chutzpah is in Spanish, but whatever it, is this guy's got it. The president of Mexico.

And as for the wonderful things he's done for Mexico. The economy booming, everybody happy, the Pew poll you reported not too long ago shows half of the Mexican population wants out. They want to get the heck out of the country, they'll come north, they'll go south, they'll go any place they can go for a better life. I don't blame them.

The country of Mexico, the government of Mexico, is corrupt from the cop on the street to the highest levels of government. That is the way it is. I wish it were not the case.

And believe me, all of this -- this rhetoric about turning a new leaf in Mexico and creating a better -- a more -- a framework for laws to be interpreted and acted out, doing something about reining in their military, it's just words.

You should see what's happening on the border, with the Mexican military. The military, providing actually cover for the transportation of drugs into this country. There is nothing that I would trust that they would trust that they would say about what their future plans are, and then on top of it, you add the insult of the president of Mexico telling us we can't try to defend and protect our own border. That's gutsy.

PILGRIM: Well, we certainly appreciate you coming on the program and speaking your mind on it.

TANCREDO: It's a pleasure.


  • At 12:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Rob Allyn is yet another globalist sleazeball who would cut the throats of his own children for a hefty-sized check. Prisonplanet.com is reporting that it was Allyn's firm that organized the masses of illegal Mexican protests in US streets last week. How about that? Those racist gatherings weren't something that happened on a whim but rather they were very carefully organized rallies by Allyn's operatives for large bundles of money. Bush of course wasn't far from the entire event. If I ever run into Allyn, I will personally beat the hell out of him for selling this nation out for his own enrichment. Some of you in Dallas, should look up this little fart--locate him in a restaurant or whever he frequents and just beat the shit out of him. These bastards are destroying our nation and most Americans aren't doing suat about it. If some of these weasels thought that they might get targeted for their traitorous activities, I assure you, they'd think twice about harming our nation.


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