Images of Sunday’s immigration protest in AZ you won’t see on MSNBC

Morgen
Verum Serum
4/26/2010

…to be fair, a review of the full photo gallery at AZCentral suggests that this was a largely peaceful protest, and the signs and images I highlighted were the exception not the rule. However, is there any doubt that if this were a Tea Party protest these images would be propagated far and wide throughout the liberal blogosphere and media? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

Zaid Delgado, 5, hits the pinatas with the face of Gov. Jan Brewer. Photo: Nick Oza/The Arizona Republic

Zaid Delgado, 5, hits the pinatas with the face of Gov. Jan Brewer. Photo: Nick Oza/The Arizona Republic

A pinata with the face of Gov. Jan Brewer is hit while thousands protest at the AZ State Capitol. Photo: Nick Oza/The AZ Republic

A pinata with the face of Gov. Jan Brewer is hit while thousands protest at the AZ State Capitol. Photo: Nick Oza/The AZ Republic

Photo: Nick Oza/The AZ Republic

Photo: Nick Oza/The AZ Republic

Swastika emblazoned over Arizona State Flag. Photo: Michael Chow/The AZ Republic

Swastika emblazoned over Arizona State Flag. Photo: Michael Chow/The AZ Republic

Michelle Malkin has more.

See the entire article at Verum Serum.

CAJ Note–Being simple folks, we have pondered two questions: has anyone bothered to notice the operative word in this debate is the adjective, “illegal”? Some of us at the Journal are proud naturalized American citizens. Each of us here holds dual-citizenship but view ourselves as Americans first.

And, our second question is where is the outrage, the tears, the rallies for rancher Robert Krentz, murdered on his own land, and for his grieving family?

Cattle rancher, Robert Krentz

Cattle rancher, Robert Krentz

Oh, yeah. Now we get it: just some middle-aged white dude. Nothing to see here.

Read this 2005 article from the Tucson Weekly, “Under Siege: As illegal immigrants surge across Southern Arizona, life for ranchers living near the border has become living hell.”

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