Skip to comments.Conservative group targets Bush over immigration
Posted on 10/03/2004 9:47:51 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder
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BRAVO! It's past time our politicians realized we simply are not going to take it anymore. I'm tired of them picking my pocket to pay for someone else's cheap labor! I'm voting accordingly, including the Presidential race. I'll be supporting the only candidate who will end this travesty..Perouka of the Constitution Party.
How I wish W. was on the same page, but he's not. His open-borders policies have already cost him 10% of the conservative support (for what, 2% of "Hispanics"?). Republicans are supposed to be about the rule of law and order. The actual conservative Hispanic vote has been totally repulsed by this pandering tactic for illegal immigration because they are the one's hurt worst by wages being undercut. Does it take a literal sledgehammer to crack through these false assumptions? Jeez.
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I was really hoping Rove would come around the day they surrounded his house.
I believe we should investigate Vicente Fox's governemnt. What's he doing that people would risk death to leave? Where's the UN?
When he finds them in his bedroom closet, maybe.
Jack, please add me to your "official list of fellow anti-Bush freepers". I don't mind at all being outed, and it sure beats the hell out of being an anti-American, Illegal Alien hiring slave-labor Employer, out to line his/her own pockets at the expense of my fellow Citizens. Thanks. Blackbird.
Rove is such a decent guy. It pains him to think we might have to get tough on immigration. Shining city on a hill, etc...
Well it must be in his interest to do the things that he's doing.
I think a lot of Christians and traditional patriots are mixed up on this issue.
We'll be paying for the Clinton government errors for a long time. I don't see why the current administration should add to it.
I agree. This is a test of leadership. We have 30 days to get our point across. Some are waiting until later. As a citizen, I feel I need to express my concerns now, while politicians are actually interested in what I have to say.
Yep. Once this election is over, they'll go back to filing all your emails/letters in the round file cabinet.
I had a letter written and prepared to send to Schwarzenegger about the incongruity between gun control and his professed values for personal responsibility and an unplanned society before his election. Now I regret waiting.
I have the twin demons for senators, and am restricting my letter writing to more local levels. My mayor is running for congress. I think now would be an opportune time to ask him to investigate claims of illegal aliens voting in local elections AND excessive property taxes and and and... BTW, one can't be for gun control and also personal responsibility. Having gun control, makes the government responsible for your life not yourself. Hence that's why I hope my mayor wins and unseats Carolyn McCarthy!
Sakes alive: http://carolynmccarthy.house.gov/ she's a handful, isn't she?
Yes. She's well known and well liked.
If it wasn't for the war on teror, Bush would not get my vote.
Thereis no way i can allow Kerry to win, no matter how much I realize Bush is no conservative.
With that said, I personally do not advocate voting for John Kerry but I for one will not vote for Bush either. He's on his own over this until he does a radical 180º on this issue BEFORE the election. I for one believe that we as concerned conservatives and voting citizens need to take away his power in both Houses of Congress starting with this election cycle to get his legislation pushed through on this and other significant socialist issues he is trying to perpetuate on the American people.
If he refuses to stand up and be counted on as a good traditional American then tie his hands to get anything done for the next 4 years.
*shudder* - Carolyn McCarthy.
You have a good point about personal responsibility. It's too bad so many Californians were hoodwinked by Schwarzenegger. It's not like Carry_Okie and kellynla didn't warn us.
Then again, there is a small cadre here of persistent critics who always keep America and Americans first in their thoughts.
It's sad to think we could have had Tom McClintock instead of gun-grabbing Arnie the actor.
Valid points, RB.
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