Drug money flowed through Wachovia
They are opposed to a crackdown against INDIVIDUALS in the debate against illegal aliens who enter this nation. In effect by dragging their heels on the border, supporting "sanctuary cities" and claiming that inspections for citizenship is "racial profiling" they are able to continue the game of running out the clock. They know that keeping the door open and protecting those who are here will create a pathway to citizenship. Anyone who calls them out on the clear tactic is a 'racist'.
Let's look at the indictments they render against the CORPORATION and BANKS by comparison. Wachovia and a few other US banks have admitted to moving drug tainted money from the USA back into Mexico. From this charge certain operatives have accused these banks of functionally picking up an AK-47 and killing Mexicans on the southern side of the southern border.
They attack Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona who failed to properly quantify her charges that the illegals who are crossing the border are bringing drugs with them. When it comes to them demanding exact proportionality of the amount of funds passes through these US banks as compared to the total Mexican drug trade there was no demand for exact proportions.
This corporate indictment should be added to their previous indictments against American corporations who "import" illegals in order to have a low waged work force. Despite the fact that Arizona passed a law banning such a practice to the delight of her left-wing base when the present Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was Governor of Arizona, few people point out the gross failures of this legislation.
A law is only as good as the enforcement of the law. Some people believe that their "Mission Accomplished" point is obtained upon the successful passage of the law. If the authorities doggedly enforce the law - they risk being called racists.
Racial Profiling For Mexican Commercial Banking Customers
The selective indictments of banks and corporations paired with the accompanying reticence to make such indictments against the individual "little guy" is classic leftist thought.
If these same US banks were to practice racial profiling against Mexican customers they would be attacked yet again. Upon seeing a money transfer request made from the USA to Mexico and then looking up and noting that the commercial customer is a Mexican - if any SUSPICION as to this individual's motivations are made and in which case the transaction is refused - you can be sure that we will be talking about "racial profiling" against Mexican business men in short order.
It is clear that the most comfortable place for some people is to have the corporations and banks on the hot seat all the while we are asked to "play dumb" regarding their own antics that are flush with duplicity and fraudulent intent.