Has Bush Lost His Mind?

27 12 2006

Cross Posted From Right Truth

American voters are pretty smart, although we don’t always act like it. Take illegal immigration, which I prefer to call the influx of criminal invaders. Many of us have kept the phone lines to Washington burning with our pleas for legislation to stop this flow across our borders both North and South. We have blogged, faxed, text messaged, trying to keep this in the headlines. We feel like we are being betrayed by Washington. Nothing that was promised by the politicians is actually going to come to fruition.

Big Dog puts it like this, Bush Will Screw Up Immigration:

Where does President Bush stand on this? It is obvious that Bush is in favor of more robust immigration and that he supports some type of amnesty. His desire to establish the North American Union plays into his immigration position and in all likelihood, he will support an amnesty bill. Bush has turned from leading to worrying about his legacy. When any leader puts his legacy before the welfare of the nation the outcome can not be good. Clinton’s desire for a great legacy made him soft on terror and our national security and helped give us the mess we have today. Bush’s desire to ensure his legacy will give us similar problems because national security is taking a back seat to this desire to be remembered kindly by historians.God help this nation. Our leaders are selling us out and it is only a matter of time before we are weakened to the point of disaster or are engaged in our own civil war. When that war comes, the politicians will find no safe refuge. (Big Dog’s Weblog via Webloggin)

Chilling words from Big Dog, but I must agree with him. Americans are being sold out, we know it, and we feel helpless to do anything about it. The idea of a North American Union was so strange to me when I first read about it, I simply wrote it off as the ramblings of idiots. What American in their right mind would ever desire to open our borders North and South and put America at risk? It was too unthinkable to even give credence to, and yet now I see it is a real possibility.

Some bloggers have asked what President Bush’s reasoning could possibly be? Is he in cahoots with Mexican drug cartels, is he involved Mexican businesses, will he personally benefit from the open borders? Again, that sounds too much like a left-wing conspiracy nut’s ramblings. But there must be some reason he would be in favor of open borders. I am a conservative, Republican, who has supported President Bush. However, I think he has lost his mind. This cannot simply be about his legacy.

Other immigration news:

From the NY Times via The Uncooperative Blogger (emphasis mine):

Counting on the support of the new Democratic majority in Congress, Democratic lawmakers and their Republican allies are working on measures that could place millions of illegal immigrants on a more direct path to citizenship than would a bill that the Senate passed in the spring.The lawmakers are considering abandoning a requirement in the Senate bill that would compel several million illegal immigrants to leave the United States before becoming eligible to apply for citizenship.

The lawmakers are also considering denying financing for 700 miles of fencing along the border with Mexico, a law championed by Republicans that passed with significant Democratic support.

Also from the NYT via My Country My View, who says, “Like we don’t already know…”

U.S. Uncovers Large-Scale Identity Theft Scheme Used by Illegal Aliens to Gain Employment at Nationwide Meat Processor – Worksite enforcement investigation reveals that hundreds of U.S. citizens and lawful residents may have been victimized

No Human Is Illegal? from the Statesman via Immigration Watch Dog

Image_4988674 Offended by what she considered an immigrant-bashing climate at the University of Texas, the 23-year-old UT student leader fashioned a T-shirt that she spray-painted with a stripped-down message — “No Human Being is Illegal.” González prefers the term “undocumented immigrant” when referring to people not authorized to visit, live or work in the United States.Art Baisley, a 46-year-old Taylor real estate agent, says that’s political correctness gone amok.

“That sounds a whole lot better than ‘illegal alien,’ but if you put a dress on a pig, it’s still a pig,” said Baisley, a member of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, the civilian border patrol group. He prefers “illegal alien” — a term that the government uses but that many people consider a pejorative — and is irritated when he hears talk about immigration that doesn’t specify whether it is legal or illegal.

If anyone has a reasonable explanation for the direction our government is taking, please fill me in. As for Ms. González, if a person is here in the United States without proper papers, they are ILLEGAL and they are ALIENS, not immigrants.

This was a production of TheCoalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII).
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