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Looks like some people in California decided they have nothing left to lose and want this issue way out in the open.
1 posted on 10/03/2004 9:47:51 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder
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STUPID IS AS STUPID DOES



Read the Democrat platform THEY ARE FOR 100% AMNESTY!!!!


2 posted on 10/03/2004 9:49:58 PM PDT by WOSG (George W Bush / Dick Cheney - Right for our Times!)
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Repaired the article.
3 posted on 10/03/2004 9:50:00 PM PDT by Cultural Jihad
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To: B4Ranch; madfly; FITZ; Reaganwuzthebest; hsmomx3; Joe Hadenuf; 4Freedom; Ajnin; Marine Inspector; ..

Ping!


4 posted on 10/03/2004 9:50:53 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a mean-spirited and divisive loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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what a bunch of idiots. Have bush lose, make things worse.

Yes, the border situation sucks. You don't make things better by making things worse.


5 posted on 10/03/2004 9:52:07 PM PDT by flashbunny (hey newsweak---poll this!)
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"Fed up with what they say is the Bush administration's failure to address a growing illegal immigration problem, a small group of conservatives has launched a series of radio ads seeking to convince voters to oust President Bush from office."

Cutting off their nose to spite their face.


6 posted on 10/03/2004 9:52:09 PM PDT by Max Combined (I gave back, I can't remember, six, seven, eight, nine...)
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a small group of conservatives has launched a series of radio ads seeking to convince voters to oust President Bush from office.

Do they think that Kerry would be better on this issue? Odds are he'd be even worse (if that's possible). And in the middle of the WOT with possibly three SCOTUS justices retiring in the near future this is no time to be putting a dangerous liberal like Kerry in the WH. These "conservatives" have their heads up their asses.

7 posted on 10/03/2004 9:52:49 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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Illegal Immigration will be the defining issue after 2004. If Bush continues to ignore the problem after he is re-elected, the Republican party will be torn apart. There are many republicans who are only holding their nose and voting for the party establishment this one last time because they feel obligated not to switch horses mid-stream after 9-11. However, with the WH open in 2008 the pressure and abosolute need to deal with this problem will not be held back any longer.


8 posted on 10/03/2004 9:56:05 PM PDT by rmmcdaniell
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Those conservative groups better wake up and smell the REAL enemy! The Dems are pulling out all the stops to perpertrate massive voter fraud and invalidate the election if Bush wins. The ONLY thing that can counteract them, is for ALL conservatives to fight the real enemy, get out and vote for Bush, so he wins with such decisive margin, to overcome the fraud AND it will still be a decisive margin, to overcome any possible challenge to the election.

This is not time to "make a point" and throw the entire country to the terrorists.

Campaigns begin mobilizing lawyers (Dems already filing lawsuits)
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1234511/posts

Lawyer urges snowbirds to cast their votes (to help Kerry)in Florida
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1234506/posts

Foreign election monitors driven by leftist political agenda (Alcee Hastings to appoint monitors!)
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1234517/posts


10 posted on 10/03/2004 10:00:42 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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the Bush administration's failure to address a growing illegal immigration problem

The understatement of the century. It's not just him, it's most of them in Washington, and what they're doing to America is criminal.

12 posted on 10/03/2004 10:03:37 PM PDT by janetgreen ( MEXIFORNIA, COMING TO YOUR STATE SOON)
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Let's cut our nose off to spite our face.

If we don't like Bush's border policys, we will HATE sKerry's.

14 posted on 10/03/2004 10:04:35 PM PDT by c-b 1
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This is clearly the Left doing this. This is unreal.


18 posted on 10/03/2004 10:08:21 PM PDT by faithincowboys
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What tools. Do they think they'd be getting this media coverage for opposing a Democrat? It's just the latest Bush-bashing story, and something the media is all too happy to publicize.


19 posted on 10/03/2004 10:08:24 PM PDT by NYCVirago
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IDIOTS to be doing this to the Prez at this crucial hour.


22 posted on 10/03/2004 10:10:06 PM PDT by montag813
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So do these people think a President Kerry will seal the borders? Bush has increased funding for border patrol. I think his guest-worker plan is flawed too, but what's the best way to approach it? Any plan HAS to go through Congress anyway. Why don't these people put pressure on Congress and the administration AFTER the election?


23 posted on 10/03/2004 10:10:22 PM PDT by 12 Gauge Mossberg (I Approved This Posting - Paid For By Mossberg, Inc.)
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Something has to be done about the immigration issue, and we can't make things worse by staying home on election day.

After the election is over is the time to work on immigration through both the Legislature and the courts.

We've found that we can't trust Bush to close the border, so a grass-roots, Conservative, push to go around Bush is the best answer.


24 posted on 10/03/2004 10:11:28 PM PDT by Noachian (A Democrat, by definition, is a Socialist.)
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And Kerry would be better??? Very suspect group!


27 posted on 10/03/2004 10:13:38 PM PDT by Hardshell
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I would love to reply to this post as a conservative, but then I would be branded a 'troll' and nuked.

Sigh. (Longing for the days when conservative meant conservative and not republican).


32 posted on 10/03/2004 10:19:55 PM PDT by sarah_f (Until a nation has embraced Islam, it is legally considered a battlefield [Dar-ul-Harb].)
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Sure Bush has better polices than Kerry, but what difference would it make since those policies will be in gridlock caused by the open border?

The Republican Party of today is in complete opposition to the Republican Party of old formed during the conflict of slavery.

As a reminder; before the civil war wealthy business owners tried to push slavery on the country, which prompted Radical republicans to favor immediate eradication of an institution, they viewed as iniquitous. President Bush’s plan for amnesty and continuation of the present situation of a low paid workforce is in complete opposition to those Radical members of the first Republican Party, whom in the end were proven right.

A strong president would take a stand against business operations who use an illegal immigrant work force. If these businesses cannot make a profit without being subsidized by tax payer social funded programs, such as energy, health, education, roads and water projects needed to support the massive population growth, then they should cease to exist.

This is a capitalist country that is the way it works, if businesses cannot pay their own bills they need to close, we are not supposed to be funding socialist work projects with taxpayer funds to make up the difference.

The modern day equivalent plantation owners who are the backers of these candidates do not have the moral clarity to understand, nor will they change their ways unless threatened by Radical members of the Republican Party in the same manner as was done before the civil war.

The Republican party in 1861 was a coalition of disparate elements. Formed only 7 years earlier, it contained men who had been Whigs, Anti-Slavery Democrats, Free-Soilers, Know-Nothings, and Abolitionists. By the outbreak of the war, these fragments had coalesced into 3 basic factions: conservatives, moderates, and radicals. President Abraham Lincoln's task was to mold these factions into a government that could win the war without destroying the South politically and economically.

The most aggressive and, eventually, most influential of the three was the Radical Republican faction. All Republicans were against slavery, but this group was the most "radical", in its opposition to the "peculiar institution." While conservatives favored gradual emancipation combined with colonization of Freedmen, and while moderates favored emancipation but with reservations, Radicals favored immediate eradication of an institution they viewed as iniquitous, and saw the war as a crusade for "Abolition."

http://www.civilwarhome.com/republicans.htm


34 posted on 10/03/2004 10:22:46 PM PDT by seastay
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The many benefits of run away immigration:


36 posted on 10/03/2004 10:23:52 PM PDT by The Bandit
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This is an outrage. With all that is at stake in this election, these people are encouraging voters to oust the President? Are they insane? What kind of country do they think they will get with Kerry as President?


40 posted on 10/03/2004 10:28:09 PM PDT by ladyinred ("John Kerry reporting for spitball and typewriter duty.")
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