Will GW EVER wise up?

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    After calling members of the Minutemen project a bunch of "vigilantes" Pres. Bush continues to resolutely refuse to conduct any meaningful action to tighten border security.

    I'm afraid that if he continues to act in this foolhardy manner, the Republicans are in for an ass kicking of biblical proportions in the next election.

    http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=43754
     
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    If the Dems aren't standing up to protect our borders either, I don't see how his ignoring it will make a difference. I'm curious really what will be the issues that get brought up in 06
     
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    That is bullshit. Recall America's ambassador to Mexico. Let the Mexicans know any and all aid is suspended.

    The crazy part is, they keep their country fucked up because they get guaranteed money from remmitances from the illegials working in the states.

    We need to start attacking this problem at the source in the states and the source in Mexico.

    Start pressuring Mexico to clean up its act politically.

    Start punishing severely any and all businessmen caught using illegial workers.
     
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    All of these things were the requirements of passing the Amnesty during Reagan's watch. There were supposed to be strict sanctions against companies that hired illegals, ones that showed we meant something and pressure on the Mexican Gov't.

    Bush is treating them like he still needs them for votes. Move on and get busy protecting our country. Those borders have undoubtedly let in one or two terrorists cells by now as well.
     
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    Illlegals present a huge challenge to the PC consciousness of our country---stopping illegal immigration is equal to discrimination in the eyes of many and

    NO ONE WANTS TO TOUCH IT ! NO ONE !!
     
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    All they have to do is CLAIM they're going to do something. That will be enough to get the the votes they'll need.
     
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    I guess they could try the usually method but an empty claim may backfire. What even would they point to as an attempt at resolving the problem?
     
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    And no one will until there is an attack made from people who crossed those porous borders. Whomever is President when it happens will undoubtedly have many silly movies made about such a decision to do nothing by people on the other side who want to ignore the fact that only a few voices in our government are responsible enough to take this on, and they cannot do it alone.
     
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    I keep being reminded of a movie--The Second Civil War.
    It's a parody of this exact issue--don't know if it is even around anymore but it's hyterical and scary at the same time---one of the Bridges boys stars in it.
     
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    I'm afraid he began writing the book on it Nov. 2nd. The first chapter was the massively un affordable drug program. Each chapter since seems to get worse.
     

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