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
(Don't Tread on Me)
I am glad that at least you agree that Bush would never do anything to deliberately hurt the country -- for political motives or any other motives, UNLIKE THE DEMOCRATS.
"While Bush's plan, if enacted, would cause quite a disaster and the elimination of the middle class"
You are over reacting.
"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."
Bush is also smarter than people give him credit -- I think people fail to notice that Bush is NOT giving the illegals any instant amnesty or instant green cards.
And people also ignore that NOBODY has any other realistic solution to the illegals already in the US -- it is not realistic to expect to send the police and the army to go house to house and search out the 12 million illegals in the country and drag them across the borders kicking and screaming.
Bush is doing the absolute best possible with a bad situation.
The main objective is to stop them at the borders, so more of them can't come in.
Bush is giviing them a chance to work -- he should be applauded by conservatives that he is NOT giving them a blanket amnesty. This way, productive people can work for a while, then maybe stay or maybe not, but he is not legitimizing those who are sitting here using up welfare. THIS is a key part.
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