To: Theodore R.
I heard Rep. Tom Tancredo on Dobb's state that Bush's plan is dangerous and I am in agreement. IF by treason the author means that Bush has the betrayed the trust of American who he in fact leads.. then the shoe fits.
posted on 01/08/2004 4:31:14 PM PST
(Write inTancredo in 2004)
What's this? Another conservative who dislikes government action angry that Bush didn't announce a greater magnitude of government enforcement action?
posted on 01/08/2004 4:32:56 PM PST
Bump! I'm with you on that.
I have been a Bush supporter for the most part since his election, but this is the straw the broke the camels back.
With moves like this, he will end up like his dad...a one-termer
posted on 01/08/2004 4:39:17 PM PST
by Dr. Marten
("My affections are first for my own country,and then, generally, for all mankind" ~Thomas Jefferson)
posted on 01/08/2004 4:42:26 PM PST
(Take off the rose colored glasses and Jorge still looks Pinko.)
Bush swore an oath to uphold the laws of the United States and our Constitution. Failing to uphold the law, and direct others to not uphold the law is dereliction of duty and treason.
The whole illegal worker issue is money driven. The powers that be have discovered an untapped source of billions of dollars of revenue that voters are not as likely to resist. Unlike being faced with a tax increase, taking "revenue" from illegal workers would be more justified since the illegal workers are violating the law anyhow.
In this sick and twisted concept, Able bodied Americans who recieve welfare continue to recieve public "grants" instead of being forced to take the jobs that "no Americans want". The illegals are hunger driven. Freeloading Americans need to know hunger again. Filling those jobs with hungry Americans will dry up the opportunity and the incentive for illegals to seek work in America. Prosecuting employers who violate the law by harboring illegal immigrants will further close the incentive of multilevel law violations.
Pandering for votes from a dependent populace only strengthens the resolve to propagate dependency, which equates into control and political power. Overlooking illegal immigration is a serious flaw in the war on terrorism.
posted on 01/08/2004 9:07:35 PM PST
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