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Why Isnít Bush On The Border? (Idiot Pat Buchanan Suggests Bush Impeachment! BARF ALERT!)
Tracy Press ^ | 8/29/05

Posted on 08/29/2005 11:45:54 AM PDT by areafiftyone

Published on Monday, August 29, 2005, in the Tracy Press. WASHINGTON — On Aug. 12, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency "due to a chaotic situation involving illegal alien smuggling and illegal drug shipments" on his southern border. Three days later, Gov. Janet Napolitano followed suit in Arizona.

Reason: the crisis on the border. The ally-ally-in-free immigration policy of George Bush and Vicente Fox, beloved of corporate America, has created a hell on our southern border.

Those Southwestern states are being inundated by illegal aliens trashing ranches, killing cattle, committing crimes and eating up tax dollars. The traffic in narcotics and human beings from Mexico is a national scandal and a human rights disgrace.

What is true of New Mexico and Arizona is true of our nation, which is home to an estimated 10 million to 15 million aliens who have broken our laws and broken into our country. It is a mark of the cowardice of our leaders that they are so terrified of being called "bigots" that they tolerate this criminality. The moral rot of political correctness runs deep today in both national parties.

A president like Teddy Roosevelt would have led the Army to the border years ago. And if Fox did not cooperate, T.R. would have gone on to Mexico City. Nor would Ike, who deported all illegal aliens in 1953, have stood still for this being done to the country he had defended in war.

What are these Bush Republicans afraid of? Dirty looks from the help at the country club?

The question of whether America is going to remain one nation, or whether our Southwest will wind up as a giant Kosovo separated by language and loyalty from the rest of America is on the table.

Where is Bush? All wrapped up in the issue of whether women in Najaf will have the same rights in divorce and custody cases as women in Nebraska. His legislative agenda for the fall includes a blanket amnesty for illegals, so they can be exploited by businesses who want to hold wages down as they dump the social costs for their employees health care, schools, courts, cops, prisons onto taxpayers.

Not only have Richardson and Napolitano awakened — they are on the front lines — so, too, has Hillary Clinton, who has spoken out against illegal immigration with a forthrightness that makes Bush sound like a talking head for La Raza.

Why is a Republican Congress permitting this president to persist in the dereliction of his sworn duty?

Bush is chief executive of the United States. It is his duty to enforce the laws. Can anyone fairly say he is enforcing the immigration laws? Those laws are clear. People who break in are to be sent back. Yet, more than 10 million have broken in with impunity.

Another million try to break in every year. Half a million succeed. Border security is homeland security. How, then, can the Department of Homeland Security say America is secure?

Who can guarantee that, of the untold millions of illegals here, and the scores of thousands ordered deported for crimes who have disappeared into our midst, none is a terrorist waiting for orders to blow up a subway or mall and massacre American citizens?

Most of these illegals come to work to send money back to their families. They are not bad people. But because they are predominantly young and male, they commit a disproportionate share of violent crimes.

Why should U.S. citizens be assaulted, robbed, raped and murdered, and have their children molested, because their government will not enforce its own laws?

Is this not an indictment of democracy itself? What dictatorial regime would put up with this?

The Republican Party claims to be a conservative party. But what kind of conservative is it who, to cut a few costs or make a few bucks, will turn his family's home into a neighborhood flop house?

In a recent poll, 40 percent of Mexicans " 40 million people said they would like to come to the United States, and 20 percent expressed a willingness to break in. Time to cut the babble about how NAFTA is going to solve the problem. This is a national emergency.

Twice, Bush has taken an oath to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." Article IV, Section 4 of that Constitution reads," The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion."

Well, we are being invaded, and the president of the United States is not doing his duty to protect the states against that invasion.

Some courageous Republican, to get the attention of this White House, should drop into the hopper a bill of impeachment, charging Bush with a conscious refusal to uphold his oath and defend the states of the Union against "invasion."

It may be the only way left to get his attention, before the border vanishes and our beloved country dissolves into MexAmerica, what T.R. called a "polyglot boarding house for the world."


TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: aliens; bitterpaleos; bordersecurity; buchanan; bushamnesty; bushbotrage; illegalaliens; immigrantlist; invasionusa; openborders; patbuchanan; williegreensdaddy
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To: areafiftyone

Pat has the hots for Huffington. This is his woo.....


101 posted on 08/29/2005 4:51:40 PM PDT by clintonh8r (Liberals preach comity and practice calumny.)
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To: af_vet_rr
The fact is, President Bush used the word "vigilante" very carefuly, and I don't think he gets enough credit for the political savvy he has displayed in both using the word, and in the way he's blown off Conservatives over the issue (no, I don't like the way he's handling it, but I can give him credit for being the consumate politician).

Do you know who he was meeting with at the time he called the Minutemen vigilantes? He was definitely being the politician with other countries' presidents, as he was busy undoing our sovereignty.

102 posted on 08/29/2005 4:52:07 PM PDT by Borax Queen
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To: areafiftyone

Pat Buchanan once again simultaneously stating the facts and offending.


103 posted on 08/29/2005 4:57:53 PM PDT by BinaryBoy
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To: ladyinred

"Yet even Pat suggests this is the fault of this President? Are all of you almost as sick of him being blamed for everything as I am?"

I am sick of people apologising for Bush's negligence of the subject. During the Clinton era, this board was full of people howling about illegal immigration. Now we've had 5 years of a Republican President and Congress... and nothing has been done!!! Surely, in this day and age of terror, securing our own borders needs to be a top priority.


104 posted on 08/29/2005 5:00:32 PM PDT by bob808
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To: Charlesj

Death threats to any president will get your butt banned.


105 posted on 08/29/2005 5:10:20 PM PDT by Admin Moderator
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To: areafiftyone
I agree with Pat, Bush should be impeached for not protecting (American) national sovereignty. That is his #1 priority.

I would rather he lie about affairs and close the border, then be honest and keep the things wide open.

What he is doing is not bringing dignity to the office.

106 posted on 08/29/2005 5:51:02 PM PDT by Stu Cohen (Press '1' for English)
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To: Carling
Impeachment is obviously extreme

No it's not. It's both a high crime AND treason. I'd say it's why impeachment exists.

107 posted on 08/29/2005 5:52:09 PM PDT by Stu Cohen (Press '1' for English)
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To: BinaryBoy
Pat Buchanan once again simultaneously stating the facts and offending.

90% of Freepers wouldn't know an actual conservative if one walked up and grabbed them by the nuts.

108 posted on 08/29/2005 5:55:25 PM PDT by Stu Cohen (Press '1' for English)
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To: Blzbba
"Exactly. It's amazing that, 5 years into his presidency, Bushbots still refuse to hold him accountable for ANYthing, preferring to blame Clintax for all our problems, while Bush continues to ignore our borders."

Very good point, someone who does not take responsibility is by definition irresponsible. Harry Truman said "the buck stops here," with Bubba and Dubya its "the buck never got here, what buck, never saw the buck?"
109 posted on 08/29/2005 6:04:06 PM PDT by fallujah-nuker (Atque ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appelant)
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To: duckln
Right. I think we all have to admit Jorge Bush has been a massive failure overall. Obviously, he is better than the alternatives, but I had great expectations for him and the GOP Senate. He really had a shot to make some positive permanent changes for America.

While I will remember him for his tax cuts and his War on Terror/Iraq which I strongly support, I will also remember him as the president who sucked up to Ted Kennedy w/ the Education Bill, didn't veto McCain/Fiengold, caved on the estate tax, and let millions of parasites (Mexicans) walk freely across our borders-- and then give them amnesty!

GWB had a shot to keep America great and restore it's honor after Clinton, but he has failed. Hillary will win in '08 (a blow out reminiscent of 96)

America is doomed.
110 posted on 08/29/2005 6:28:28 PM PDT by ElRushbo (Harley Riders against Elton John)
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To: bayourod
More anti Iraq war talk from Buchanan. His hatred of President Bush must be eating his insides up for him to belittle the sacrifices our troops are making in Iraq to defend us from an enemy who has attacked us on our soil and vowed to destroy us.

99.75% of Americans don't give a damn about Pat Buchanan and don't care where he stands on any issue.

The vileness of this little man will never end.

Your obsessive fixation on Pat Buchanan will probably never end.

111 posted on 08/29/2005 6:40:22 PM PDT by judgeandjury
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To: onemoretimeuntothebreech

"Are you saying Bush supports open borders?"

IF we judge him by his actions, then absolutely I say that.

Do you disagree?


112 posted on 08/29/2005 6:58:51 PM PDT by WoofDog123
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To: af_vet_rr

also, at the time, the alternative was Gore. It wasn't a hard choice for me, despite all that is said above.


113 posted on 08/29/2005 7:02:08 PM PDT by WoofDog123
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To: areafiftyone

I agree with Buchanan on this issue. If GW Bush can't tighten up the borders to stop ILLEGAL immigration, especially after 9/11, then I feel that I have wasted my vote twice..........


114 posted on 08/29/2005 7:08:29 PM PDT by eeriegeno
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To: All

I'd support my representative if he decided to vote for an impeachment. Bush is a traitor and has sold us out to globalists. He's not a conservative, if anything, he's a Bonesman.


115 posted on 08/29/2005 7:18:05 PM PDT by nikola
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To: bob808

I am not apologizing for Bush. I am disgusted by the remarks of Pat and others. I am a native Californian, and I know about illegals okay. If I had my way, the borders would have been closed on Sept 11, 2001, but that is most likely not even possible. The point is, no one has ever done anything, and were they impeached?


116 posted on 08/29/2005 7:21:26 PM PDT by ladyinred (Leftist=Anti American!)
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To: ladyinred
The point is, no one has ever done anything, and were they impeached?

So what is the point? Should we curl up into a fetal position and fade to apathy? Why bother to elect a "conservative" Congress, Senate, and Executive, if nothing will be done. If this is what it means to vote Republican, I say: let the Democrats have at it and at least my hands will remain clean.
117 posted on 08/29/2005 7:39:00 PM PDT by ARCADIA (Abuse of power comes as no surprise)
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To: areafiftyone
Pat Buchanan has been off the conservative/GOP reservation on some key issues in the last several years. But on this issue Pat is absolutely right. The President, along with the Congressional GOP, have done nothing over the last 4 years and 7 months to address the problems associated with illegal aliens and immigration reform in general. Most of the posts on this thread and posts from this thread --- The Illegal Immigration Emergency: Would a Bill of Impeachment Wake-Up President Bush? --- show a majority of FReepers agree with Pat that the President has failed the American people on this specific issue.

Btw, Pat isn't calling for impeachment of PresBush, its a political tongue-in-cheek rhetorical jab. Fact remains. The GOP Congress and this President have to stop ignoring the people.

Frankly, I think the President isn't interested in solving this problem. He wants a majority of Hispanic's to vote Republican, while keeping the GOP's business support as strong as ever. Votes and cheap labor.

118 posted on 08/29/2005 7:39:40 PM PDT by Reagan Man (Secure the borders;punish employers who hire illegals;halt all welfare handouts to illegals.)
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To: areafiftyone
That's it Pat put the whole blame on President Bush! Where the heck were you when Clinton

Buchanan was criticizing Clinton too.

119 posted on 08/29/2005 7:55:26 PM PDT by A. Pole (" There is no other god but Free Market, and Adam Smith is his prophet ! ")
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To: A. Pole
Buchanan was criticizing Clinton too.

When it comes to immigration Pat is an equal opportunity criticizer.

120 posted on 08/29/2005 8:17:47 PM PDT by Reaganwuzthebest
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To: areafiftyone

Pat lost it long ago. He left the Republican party and it was a very good thing for republicans.

He was in bed with the commies during his reform party run and apparently he still is.


121 posted on 08/29/2005 8:21:20 PM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE!)
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To: areafiftyone
Some courageous Republican, to get the attention of this White House, should drop into the hopper a bill of impeachment, charging Bush with a conscious refusal to uphold his oath and defend the states of the Union against "invasion."

Sounds good to me.

122 posted on 08/29/2005 8:21:56 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Hey, Cindy Sheehan, grow up!)
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To: Admin Moderator

Thank you.


123 posted on 08/29/2005 8:24:11 PM PDT by chronic_loser
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To: nikola
Bush = OBSS = Open Borders Sovereignty Sellout
124 posted on 08/29/2005 8:26:41 PM PDT by rottndog (WOOF!)
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To: ARCADIA

I will never vote for another democrat as long as I live. Never. I promise you they will do nothing about the border either as they view the illegals as potential (sure thing) votes. Hillary is pretending to be concerned, because she knows we are. I agree (again) that no one should be allowed in here anymore.


125 posted on 08/29/2005 8:27:27 PM PDT by ladyinred (Leftist=Anti American!)
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To: longtermmemmory
He left the Republican party and it was a very good thing for republicans.

You mean open borders republicans?

126 posted on 08/29/2005 8:29:22 PM PDT by A. Pole (" There is no other god but Free Market, and Adam Smith is his prophet ! ")
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To: ladyinred

Voting for Bush hasn't been much better than voting for a democrat.


127 posted on 08/29/2005 8:30:52 PM PDT by rottndog (WOOF!)
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To: areafiftyone
"Illegals? What illegals? The borders are completely secure"
128 posted on 08/29/2005 8:33:54 PM PDT by ElRushbo (Harley Riders against Elton John)
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To: jb6

Lou Dobbs had a representative from Virginia on who suggested Va. might be next to declare a state of emergency. He was ridiculed by some Latino guest who questioned why Virginia since it was nowhere near the border. The rep. reminded him that illegals are able to walk and once they cross the border they're able to go wherever the road leads them and many are heading East.


129 posted on 08/29/2005 8:43:41 PM PDT by StarFan
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To: onemoretimeuntothebreech

"Are you saying Bush supports open borders?"

Has he shown anything else?


130 posted on 08/29/2005 9:00:26 PM PDT by JSteff
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To: theDentist

You're absolutely correct! There is no excuse now. W is failing to act.


131 posted on 08/29/2005 9:13:09 PM PDT by Robert Lomax
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To: trubluolyguy

"In other words, Profits over security, Business over Pissed off American citizenry."

It's not just profits. Illegals are being used to mask the devaulation of the dollar by free spending/borrowing/printing politicians. Stopping illegals means exposing the true value of the dollar on their watch which would slow down their gravy train. Both parties are guilty.


133 posted on 08/29/2005 9:42:35 PM PDT by agitator (...And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark)
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To: WoofDog123
also, at the time, the alternative was Gore. It wasn't a hard choice for me, despite all that is said above.

In retrospect, the cliche "lesser of two evils" comes to mind, unfortunately.

You know what bothers me the most? Actually, there are two things.

One - Bin Laden had declared war against us, years ago, starting with the first WTC attack. It's easy to say "well, Clinton was in power, the Republicans weren't, so none of the Republicans that came into office, either elected or appointed, really had any idea that we were at war starting back around '93".

The problem with that belief, is that everybody that paid attention to national security matters saw these attacks against America - USS Cole, Embassy bombings, etc., - it was right there in the newspaper. We had Republican Senators and Representatives that were briefed about these attacks. We had people in the military and in the civilian agencies that knew about these attacks.

I'm not blaming President Bush here, far from it, but I still wonder why going after Bin Laden didn't become a top priority when President Bush was sworn in. He was surrounded by people who were well aware that there were people in the world that wanted to kill Americans, and had done so within the past decade. They may not have known when or where, but they were aware that Bin Laden and others wanted to kill large numbers of Americans.

This ties directly into the other thing that bothers me - it will take another 9/11 before this country realizes the danger our southern border poses.

If, God forbid, another 9/11 happens, your going to see Republicans leaving the GOP in large numbers, saying "What the hell? While you were wasting time and resources strip-searching grannies at the airport, people were walking across our borders unchallenged."

At that point, it will be too late for this country - the democrats will be swept right into office, on the "I told you so" ticket (You gotta give the dems on the border credit for declaring an emergency - if another attack happened, they have positioned themselves for the next election).

You have another attack in this country, and you get democrats in office, your going to see things that make the PATRIOT Act look like a fond memory.

And before anybody says "well, we wouldn't elect another democrat" - your going to see numbers of Republicans leaving the GOP (and for good reason), and your going to see large numbers of people scared whitless, who don't normally vote, who are going to vote.
134 posted on 08/29/2005 10:21:25 PM PDT by af_vet_rr
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To: Borax Queen
Do you know who he was meeting with at the time he called the Minutemen vigilantes? He was definitely being the politician with other countries' presidents, as he was busy undoing our sovereignty.

I'm very well aware of who he was with - that is why I believe he doesn't get enough credit for being an astute politician.
135 posted on 08/29/2005 10:22:32 PM PDT by af_vet_rr
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To: BlueNgold
OK, who stole Pat's meds? Please send them back, and quickly.

Maybe the same person who stole Bush's cojones?

If a Republican doesn't "throw a bill of impeachment into the hopper," I hope a Democrat does.

137 posted on 08/30/2005 4:44:40 AM PDT by Nephi (Globalism is incompatible with originalism.)
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To: areafiftyone

I hate to say it folks, but Buchanan is right on the money. Just because Reagan, Bush I and then Clinton did nothing about is is no reason to give GW a pass on it. We are dealing with the here and now. It is happening on HIS watch as we speak so it is his responsibility to stop this illegal invasion. Unless we hold our elected officials accountable, they will continue to pander to radical groups like La Raza (the race). I have been thinking about creating a website called www.illegalaliencrimes.com to compile facts about how Americans are victimized by people who have no dam business being in this country but it would be a full time job compiling and keeping up with all of the data. I truly beleive that if Americans were aware of how bad we are being victimized by illegals and exactly how much money it was costing each US taxpayer, then they would demand that troops be stationed on our borders.


138 posted on 08/30/2005 5:27:41 AM PDT by JarheadFromFlorida
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To: theDentist

Exactly.

Pat, of course, is right. We need to stop the illegal immigration. And the American people agree. 85% of the country is in favor of stopping ILLEGAL immigration.

Funny how many "open borders" types are on FR. When did it become conservative to support foriegn invasion and contempt for the rule of law?


139 posted on 08/30/2005 6:21:48 AM PDT by rcocean (Copyright is theft and loved by Hollywood socialists)
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To: af_vet_rr
... - that is why I believe he doesn't get enough credit for being an astute politician.

I'll have to mull over that one, thank you.

140 posted on 08/30/2005 6:23:43 AM PDT by Borax Queen
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To: MEGoody

Do you have any thoughts on WHAT Pat wrote?

Or are you just a Pat Hater who wants to vent?


141 posted on 08/30/2005 6:24:09 AM PDT by rcocean (Copyright is theft and loved by Hollywood socialists)
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To: Bluegrass Conservative

Sorry, have seen the Pacific Coast? Its beautiful.

Lets just give them LA/SF/NYC and New England.


142 posted on 08/30/2005 6:26:04 AM PDT by rcocean (Copyright is theft and loved by Hollywood socialists)
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To: areafiftyone
Presidente Jorge has failed to faithfully enforce the immigration laws of the land, has ignored the invasion across our southern border, and has earned the ignominy he will wear for years for allowing our country to become a third-world-wannabe nation.
143 posted on 08/30/2005 6:37:19 AM PDT by reelfoot
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To: television is just wrong
I have news for you. They want all of us to be in the original 13 colonies. They want the whole enchillada.

Kinda like us in the 19th century, huh? :-)

144 posted on 08/30/2005 6:44:36 AM PDT by Bluegrass Conservative
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To: areafiftyone
Sorry, but when it comes to securing the borders, the "Barf "is all over Bush "and" his predecessors.
145 posted on 08/30/2005 7:33:15 AM PDT by gitmogrunt (God bless our troops and their families)
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To: StarFan
I can easily understand why. I hadn't been in Virginia in a couple of years and it was a shock. Almost as much of a shock as when I came home to my folks here in NC from being stationed overseas and deployed in the Balkans at the time. Hadn't been home for about 2 years and when I landed I thought I'd accidently landed in Atlanta. In two years, the state had been flooded by illegals.

Here in the Triangle, the idiots are killing the home owners to support all the illegals. The schools are flooded so they raised our property rates to pay for all the English as a Second Language Schools.

146 posted on 08/30/2005 7:37:38 AM PDT by jb6 (The Atheist/Pagan mind, a quandary wrapped in egoism and served with a side order of self importance)
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To: reelfoot

He wants us to become the North American Community just like the CFR has told him to do. He doesen't care a whit about national soverignty, he wants open borders to facilitate trade with our latin american neighbors so we can become the equivalent of the EU.


147 posted on 08/30/2005 7:37:48 AM PDT by antisocial (Texas SCV - Deo Vindice)
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To: rcocean

"Sorry, have seen the Pacific Coast? Its beautiful.

Lets just give them LA/SF/NYC and New England."

I say we give them nothing but a free ride back to Mexico!
Giving them our socialist areas will only insure that those areas remain socialist (and corrupt).


148 posted on 08/30/2005 7:43:41 AM PDT by antisocial (Texas SCV - Deo Vindice)
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To: areafiftyone

Pat's demagoguery has the same odor as New Orleans about now.


149 posted on 08/30/2005 9:09:28 AM PDT by WalterSkinner
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To: Borax Queen
I'll have to mull over that one, thank you.

Keep in mind I don't like what he said, and I don't like his neglect of our national security, but I can give him credit for being a good politician just like I can give the democrats credit for being good politicians when some of them started declaring emergencies along the border.
150 posted on 08/30/2005 9:11:47 AM PDT by af_vet_rr
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