I can’t remember a worse piece of legislation in my lifetime and I lived through the LBJ era. This will be a disaster and i’m very angry that a man I fought hard for in 2000 has helped lead the charge on a bill that will be a disaster for our country and that will eventually destroy the party.
I know for a fact that i’m not going to be giving money and effort to get Republican candidates in 08.
Help Hunter become president. He will reverse this evil. In fact, he may get it killed beforehand.
“I cant remember a worse piece of legislation in my lifetime and I lived through the LBJ era.”
If ICE can’t handle their current workload, and can’t process apps for people who want to come in legally from places like Canada in under 2 years, then how in the (hades) can they handle 12 million apps from people who’ve been hiding and living illegally for years?
From a workability standpoint, this legislation can’t work due to this problem alone. If you think we can’t have enough busses to send home 12 million people (plus children born here), then how do you think that ICE can process 12 million new applications?
Senator Stabenow’s aide, a cute young thing, told me, “Well, there will be funding for more staff with the $5k that each of them will pay.” Uh, yeah, right.
The party philosophy is a sound one. We should all take out our anger at those that have forgotten to follow it.
I just wonder where all the outraged border-bots were in November of 2006 when it was time to support the courageous Republicans in the House of Representatives who actually fought the good fight on immigration reform? I remember a number of Freepers in particular who were adamant about staying home to “send a message to the GOP”.
Now you fault the spinless moderates in the GOP for caving when you are DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE for the fact that we have less GOP conservatives in the House and the Senate than we had before the election?
Bush is seeking a legacy and with this amnesty bill and its highly undesireable long term effects, Bush’s legacy will be that he signed legislation, that among other things, gives the Dems tens of millions of new Dem voters.
Thus giving political and judicial control of the USA to the extreme left (the Dem Party of today fits that description) for the next 50+ years or possibly permanently.
With total political power, can anyone honestly deny that a DNC version of Chavez policies could be enacted?
I hear ya!
When the RNCC calls me for a donation,i’ll be sure to tell them that i’m not voting Republican this year-i’ll be supporting Thompson/Hunter in 08.Of course they’ll probably say,”Well,you know they’re Republicans”,and i’ll respond with”nope,they’re conservative americans-there’s a difference”...right before I hang up.
You need to give time and money to those who oppose this nonsense.