Below The Beltway

I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.

Florida Republican Calls For Internment Camps For Illegal Immigrants

by @ 7:27 am on August 13, 2010. Filed under Dumbasses, Immigration, Political Parties, Politics, Republicans

No matter how hard you try, you can’t make this stuff up:

PALM HARBOR, Fla. — A candidate for the Florida House of Representatives says “camps” should be built to house illegal immigrants in Florida until they can be deported.

Marg Baker, who is seeking the Republican nomination for House District 48, says officials could “collect enough illegal aliens until you have enough to ship them back.”

Baker added the housing would be “regular homes like a lot of poor people live in.”

She made the comments earlier this month at a 9-12 Project meeting, an organization founded by conservative broadcaster Glenn Beck.

Baker told The Associated Press, “We need to have camps because there are a lot of these people roaming among us.”

Video:

4 Responses to “Florida Republican Calls For Internment Camps For Illegal Immigrants”

  1. Let's Be Free says:

    It’s an upgrade from ICE detention centers and holding cells, so why are you complaining?

  2. Chris says:

    Because there are these fancy things called basic human rights that this woman seems to want to trampel upon. The type of housing doesn’t matter, it’s the term “internment camp”, what it connotes, and it’s history. Illegal immigrants may not have the rights that US citizens have, but they do have human rights.

  3. Joe Millersee says:

    WOW!! More proof you have to be brain dead and stupid to be Republican.

    That is NOT what happend to Germans & Japanese at U.S. internment camps.

    THEY WERE ALL CITIZENS who rights were violated.

  4. Buck Fugly says:

    I’m sure she’s too stupid to understand the significance of what she just said. I smack my head on behalf of RINOs everywhere.

[Below The Beltway is proudly powered by WordPress.]