Thursday, March 24, 2005

Bush Pimps America to Fox!

Bush continues to pimp America to Fox - illegals welcome to RAPE the country!!!!!

I believe that accurately reflects how I'm feeling about the President's stance on illegal immigration. I was about to post this story this morning, when I first read it...but I have to admit I was in a total state of shock! How can our President be SOSOSOSO blastedly WRONG on this?!!! This issue is way too important to our national security! I had to chew on this all day, and as I did, I became more and more furious! The President is being disloyal to us, his TRUE constituents, the American people. At some point this morning, I crossed the threshhold. Previously, I felt pride and respect for our President primarily for his committment to the war on terror; but now I feel nothing but deepdisappointment and betrayal! (I have no idea who this President is!) By then I couldn't wait to get home and post this article.
Bush decries border project
By James G. Lakely
March 24, 2005

WACO, Texas — President Bush yesterday said he opposes a civilian project to monitor illegal aliens crossing the border, characterizing them as "vigilantes." He said he would pressure Congress to further loosen immigration law. More than 1,000 people — including 30 pilots and their private planes — have volunteered for the Minuteman Project, beginning next month along the Arizona-Mexico border. Civilians will monitor the movement of illegal aliens for the month of April and report them to the Border Patrol.

Mr. Bush said after yesterday's continental summit, with Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin at Baylor University, that he finds such actions unacceptable. "I'm against vigilantes in the United States of America," Mr. Bush said at a joint press conference. "I'm for enforcing the law in a rational way." [uh..ok - let' start by enforcing the damn law in the first place, Prez!]

The Minuteman Project was born out of a long-held perception among many residents that more Border Patrol agents are needed to handle the flow of illegal immigrants. Mr. Bush was criticized by both Republicans and Democrats earlier this month for failing to add 2,000 agents to the Border Patrol, as set out in the intelligence overhaul legislation he signed in December. The president's 2006 budget allows enough money to add only 210 agents for the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico.

Mr. Bush said he will "continue to push for reasonable, common-sense immigration policy." He has proposed legislation to grant guest-worker status to millions of illegal aliens already in the United States. The legislation has attracted scant support in Congress, where it is widely regarded as another amnesty that will encourage even more illegal immigration.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, of Nevada, says Democrats have been willing to work with Mr. Bush, but that first the president must persuade congressmen of his own party to embrace his plan. "Unfortunately, the right wing of the president's party continues to put forward proposals that neither help make progress towards comprehensive immigration reform, nor help truly protect our borders," Mr. Reid said.

Mr. Fox, who has said he seeks an open border, has applied constant pressure on Mr. Bush to get the guest-worker program through Congress. Mr. Bush has pledged that he will do all he can. [just who are you loyal to anyways, Prez? The American people do NOT WANT THIS!]

Mr. Fox said yesterday that his country is dedicated to making sure border crossings are legal and orderly. [yeah, that's why your governement prints & distributes a comic book about how to enter the US illegally; which routes are safest from the border; how to stay unobtrusive and avoid detection; and how to work and live without documentation. Thanks, Fox. With friends like you we don't need enemies!] "We discussed the issue of border crossings and how we can protect our borders and be efficient along the border." [efficiently funneling illegals IN and trillions OUT, you mean.]

BTW, everyone, the Whitehouse comment line is 1-202-456-1111.