Skip to comments.Rove Flatters Racists
Posted on 07/13/2006 4:55:12 AM PDT by conservativecorner
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"Senate bill seeks more pay for aliens" [Kathryn Jean Lopez]
Senate bill seeks more pay for aliens
By Charles Hurt Washington Times July 13, 2006
The Senate immigration bill would require that foreign construction laborers here under the guest-worker program be paid well above the minimum wage, even as American workers at the same work site could earn less.
The bill "would guarantee wages to some foreign workers that could be higher than those paid to American workers at the same work site," says a policy paper released this week by the Senate's Republican Policy Committee. "This is unfair to U.S. workers, inappropriate, and unnecessary."
ME: Senators, you guys are going to regret the i word come November.
Be aware that Rove is the hidden hand behind RINO Rudy Guiliani's bid for the presidency which means Guiliani would be expected to carry-out the racist immigration atrocity Rove is advancing here.............in addition to RINO Rudy's support for gun grabbing, promoting tax-paid abortion on demand, and gay marriage.
No candidate could be more wrong for America than Guiliani.
You would expect anything else out of this President? I support him on the WOT, but he is only giving lip service to border control and a whole host of other hotbutton issues.
A conservative he is not.
You can't seem to accept the fact that people can have legitimate differences of opinion.
"American". By every definition I have used since kindergarten EVERYONE in the Americas is American. Half my mon's sisters were Canadian, half were US. All of them and all Canadians and others in the Americas have alwasy been "Americans".
This is a debate like people from my Fundamentalist background claiming that only Protestant Fundamentalists are "Christian" and that Mainline Protestants and Roman Catholics and Orthodox Catholics and Coptic Catholics are not "Chrisitan".
There is a broader meaning to the words "American" and "Christian" that is used by most people. Then there is a narrower meaning to each word.
Should Rove be criticized if he appears before Catholics and includes them as "Christians" ?
Mr. President: What the H are you thinking?!?
The problem is that we KNOW what definition he is using.
"You just have a problem with brown people." Karl Rove
Actually, I just have a problem with Karl Rove and the traitorous actions he pushes.
I have no problem with "any color" people. I do have a problem with the Constitution being trampled upon and wide open borders 5 years after 9/11.
No. It's not "legitimate differences of opinion" that I cannot accept. It's the pandering to a very extreme group that is dedicated to the undermining of our distinctly American culture and our national sovereignty.
La Raza are fellow travelers with Mecha and the Aztlan advocates. Rove should not be pandering to a group such as this. It's up to them to prove that they hold to the American idea.
"Should Rove be criticized if he appears before Catholics and includes them as "Christians" ?"
Rove should espouse conservative ideas and agitate for them. That's all I ask.
My problem with Rove is "race baiting" a "law & order" issue.
If you don't already know this, the quote I posted was what Congressman J.D. Hayworth says Karl Rove told him.
When it is a question between the paymasters who put W. in office and the voters W. has never, ever, ever, ever chosen the latter. Why change now?
Those New Republican Voters? LOL LOL
Karl Rove (Republican) at the La Raza conference:
But he drew scattered boos when he highlighted Bushs recent approval of $1.9 billion in funding for more border security, including deployment of National Guard troops, and was disrupted twice by hecklers who unfurled antiwar and anti-Bush banners.
Bill Richardson (Democrat) at the La Raza conference:
New Mexicos Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson outlined his own immigration plan which was strikingly similar to Bushs. Unlike Rove, however, he was not booed when he promoted tougher border security to crack down not only on illegal immigrants, he said, but also on drugs and violence.
If the GOP doesn't smack this idiot down quick, they've lost my vote. Forever.
It looks like LaRaza is holding a political beauty contest -- an the Republican Party seriously thinks that they can compete. The only thing more futile is a Republican presidential candidate speaking before the NAACP. Why go when you're not really welcome?
I tried to explain to a poster the other day that we only got 40% of the Hispanic vote in the last election. Their reply? Ya, but it's an ever growing 40%. LOL! I kid you not.