I live in California. In the short period of 5 years, I have seen this area turn into a seething craphole full of illegal Mexicans. Historically a Democrat, I originally voted for Gray Davis for governor of the state. Eventually, I came to hate the man. I believe that illegal immigration is wrong and should not be rewarded. Davis signed a bill giving illegal immigrants the right to in-state college tuition. With this, illegals would only have to pay around $5k per year instead of the $20k per year paid by non-state residents!!! Astounding isn't it? Say you lived in Ohio. Even if your family had been in the US for 150 years, and fought in every major American war, if you wanted to attend college in California, you would have to pay $20k per year in tuition. An illegal would only pay $5k. This was the first straw. The second straw was drivers licenses for illegals. Davis wanted them, I did not. The last straw: Davis wanted to give free community college tuition to illegals. I was outraged. The only way I felt I could send a message was to vote for his recall and to vote for Ahnold. I wish I had voted for McClintock tho (he was even more strongly against pandering to illegals and their lobbyists). NOW HERE IS THE QUESTION. If the conservatives on this board think illegal immigration is wrong and is harmful to our country, how can they vote for Bush? Bush supports an amnesty for illegals. I voted my conscience in the Davis recall. Why don't "conservatives" do the same and get rid of Bush? Is it just a matter of not being able to say that they were wrong?