Skip to comments.Harry Reid and the RINOs are trying to pass the DREAM Act
Posted on 09/21/2010 11:17:58 AM PDT by donjuanluis07
The DREAM Act is up for a vote today. Today in the Senate, there is a possibility of RINO insurgents aiding the Dems in their attempt for a soft amnesty. For a complete rundown of the DREAM Act, see the WIKI page, Michelle Malkin's analysis, and the Heritage Foundation's Commentary by Kris Kobach.
Get to our RINO Call Center for numbers to call, and burn the lines down!
Tell the RINOs to NUKE the DREAM Act, 'cuz its the only way to be sure!
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While this has nothing to do with the topic of the thread, I’m really getting sick of everyone being called “insurgents.” Why not just start acting like the libs and start calling them “Nazis?” Personally I’d rather be called a “Nazi” but either way it takes away from the argument. If you really think RINOs want to terrorize our country or blow up innocent people, by all means, keep calling them that.
The DREAM Act is up for a vote today and the empathy virus continue to spread across FR.com.
Mac, Im sorry to upset you with the “insurgents” comment. To be honest, you are right. I think the Nazi parallel is a bit much, but I believe you have the correct point that we should keep from using such provocative language. But then again, there is that whole Republican In NAME ONLY part that is provocative as well, but I digress.
A tactical move that will allow him to bring it up again after the election.
But Murkowski was a no show and I am betting that our Tea Party Darling O’Donnell will win in Delaware and be seated for that vote. There are still several more innings to go in this, but we are ahead so far.
>but we are ahead so far.<
So true. We’ve got ‘em scared sh!tless.
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