Bump and thanks for the post.
So you don't reward that type of conduct by turning over a citizenship certificate. You determine how you can legalize their presence,
Oh, I get it now. You don't legalize them with a "certificate", but with another means. OK.
Come on in amigos, the door's still open, Jorge will find another way to spin it that your illegality is Okee Dokee!
posted on 12/16/2003 3:59:53 AM PST
("Borders? We don' need no steenkin' borders!"-Presidente Jorge Dubya Arbusto)
To: JohnHuang2; gubamyster
"How to keep track of people who are in the country illegally has been in the forefront of our concerns since 9-11," Roehrkasse said, according to the Cox News Service. "The secretary was talking about the 8-12 million people in the U.S. illegally. To us, it's about our mission to secure our borders. We need some method of keeping track of where these people are."
It's kind of a lie. They have been trying to figure out a way to make them legitamate. Lety their home countries keep track of them within their own borders.
This seems to be a result of our objections. We are getting closer. Apparently they are hearing us. Let's keep it up.
posted on 12/16/2003 4:11:59 AM PST
...He added, however, "Let me also clarify something. This administration is firmly against blanket amnesty." ...
We have a better plan we call, Amnistia del Serape.
He told meeting participants: "I'm not saying make them citizens, because they violated the law to get here. So you don't reward that type of conduct by turning over a citizenship certificate. You determine how you can legalize their presence, then, as a country, you make a decision that from this day forward, from this day forward, this is the process of entry, and if you violate that process of entry we have the resources to cope with it."
If this isn't an example of cognitive dissonance at its worst, then I don't know what is.
At a news conference in Washington, Bush replied, "I have constantly said that we need to have an immigration policy that helps match any willing employer with any willing employee."
If they are here illegaly, there doesn't need to be any matching up. It bugs me that he is somewhat vague in what he has said (yes, I know, politicians are deliberately vague as much as possible).
HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN MR. PRESIDENT?
posted on 12/16/2003 6:43:05 AM PST
(Have You Forgotten?)
Write-in Tom Tancredo for President next year.
posted on 12/16/2003 9:20:21 AM PST
(Write-in Tom Tancredo President 2004!)
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