To: Theodore R.; Admin Moderator
Quoting from the article you posted: "Beyond that, the reason President Bush is attempting to legalize millions of illegal Mexicans seems nothing at all but an undisguised ploy to pick up votes for his reelection. Therefore, it should be obvious to all Americans that this president is willing and eager to put America's future largely in the hands of foreign criminals. Every American should give that thought serious deliberation!"
How any responsible conservative could make such accusation is beyond me. Which leads me to conclude that this was NOT written by a responsible conservative, but someone who is a useful idiots for the Democrats, using the immigration issue to try to turn conservatives against Bush, so Dean or some other Democrat -- who are REAL traitors to the US can be elected.
Disagreeing with Bush's actions is one thing.
But ascribing ulterior motives to Bush and claiming that his actions are treasonous is beyond the pale.
Maybe moveon.org will be happy to post this article on their website.
I agree somewhat. While Bush's plan, if enacted, would cause quite a disaster and the elimination of the middle class, for it to be treason that would have to be Bush's motive. Call me naive but I see it as more likely that he's very badly mistaken rather than harboring an outward hatred for this country.
posted on 01/08/2004 5:18:44 PM PST
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