Discussion in 'Current Events' started by lieberalism, May 18, 2007.
get ready to see the mexican flags on courthouses. america is a thing of the past.
Screecher Pelousy wins.
Higher taxes, cut'n'run, compulsory gender reassignment surgery, and now a complete and unconditional surrender to Mexico.
I will NEVER in my life vote for another Democrat or Republican.
I am going to switch my party registration to Constitution Party.
The only good that will come of this will be the 2008 backlash. It will make the dick slap that America gave Bill Clinton in 1994 (a thank-you in return for the Brady Bunch Bill and the AWB) look like a slap on the wrist.
You know what would be badass? If a bunch of libertarians, CPs, and hell, even some Greens won seats in congress in 2008 as America told the powers that be "fuck your treasonous bullshit. You may not sell out OUR country".
Of course, that'll never happen. People are too busy watching An Inconvenient Truth and American Idol to give a shit about Screecher Pelousy's shadow government handing over the keys to the country to Felipe Calderon.
A bald eagle for the 21st century:
Wrong choice. Pizza Hut would have been a better choice or for that matter Dunkin Donuts???
The future of Amercia
Why don't mexicans have any Olympic teams?
Because all the mexicans who can run, jump, and swim are over here.
Bush Immigration Reform a Recipe for Genocide
"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
Stirring words engraved upon a statue given to us by France (merci, guys!). But our Founding Fathers would be sickened by how far weve strayed from those principles.
In a so-called Immigration Reform Deal that Republicans insist is amnesty for undocumented workers (an obvious ploy to get liberal Democrats like Ted Kennedy and John McCain on board) the huddled masses that traversed scorching desert wastelands, swam turd-infested waters, and dodged racial-profiling border guards might eventually maybe someday be asked to cough up $5000 in fines to enjoy the same citizenship privileges that rich white people automatically get just for being born here.
Yo, Bush! In case you hadnt noticed, these people are DIRT POOR! You and your Big Oil Buddies may be able to pull that kind of money out of your asses, but 5000 bucks may as well be a million to your average Latino landscaper. When forced to make the tough choice between becoming citizens, feeding their families, or upgrading the hydraulics on their lowriders, what do you think most impoverished immigrants will choose?
Unless this bill includes some sort of provision to provide free lowriders for undocumented workers, then Bushs Path to Citizenship will be nothing more than a Death March to Starvation.
Globe Echoes McCain's Disdain: Voters Not 'Rational' on Immigration
Posted by Mark Finkelstein on May 19, 2007 - 07:18.
This is the first step. We can and must complete this legislation sooner rather than later. We all know that this issue can be caught up in extracurricular politics unless we move forward as quickly as possible. -- Sen. John McCain [R-AZ], May 17th.
Now is probably the last window for action on comprehensive reform before presidential politics thwart any rational debate. -- Boston Globe editorial, May 19th.
That the Boston Globe would want to ram through the amnesty-based immigration bill comes as no surprise. But what does it say about Republican presidential hopeful John McCain that the Globe's entreaty tracks McCain's so closely?
Hugh Hewtt has described the operative sentiment as "a repulsive attitude of contempt towards the voters who elected the senators."
It is hard to see it as anything else. For implicit in "McGlobe's" decrying of "politics" is a shared disdain for the people. The great unwashed proletariat, nativist yahoos that they are, cannot be permitted to intrude as their enlightened betters do what is necessary and right.
Except that what is being proposed in this amnesty-first immigration bill is unnecessary and wrong. And as for keeping people and politics out, it's way too late. For with his avid support for this legislation, McCain has sealed his fate with Republican primary voters. He will not be the nominee, and I would predict will not even be in the race by the time New Hampshire rolls around.
You might say the Globe has played a useful role with its predictably pro-amnesty editorial. It has clearly exposed in just what kind of circles John McCain is running.
As a wise friend of mine says, "The United States is a government that collects taxes. It hasn't been a 'nation' in the sense of the word 'nation' for some time now."
The city of Las Vegas just ordered a Hummer dealership to take down the American flag.
America's over and they want the whites out/dead/gone.
I would tell the city of Las Vegas to fuck off
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