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Sunday, April 23, 2006

In The Land Of Fantasy...

Source: Yahoonews
Kennedy urges Bush to push immigration bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior Democrat said on Sunday that Congress could pass a bill to revamp the nation's immigration laws if President Bush would take on his Republican Party's right wing, which opposes it.

"There's strong support for it," Sen. Edward Kennedy (news, bio, voting record), a Massachusetts Democrat, said of the bipartisan measure that he crafted largely with Republican Sen. John McCain (news, bio, voting record) of Arizona.

"If the president were take on the right wing of his own political party, we could get this legislation and pass it very, very quickly," Kennedy told NBC's "Meet the Press."
Let's take a stroll down memory lane, shall we?

President Bush has referred to the Minutemen as vigilantes, accused his base of racism and xenophobia, um, I think the only thing left for him to do is slap us across the face with his sweet smelling genitalia.

"Take on the right wing of his party." When hasn't Bush been fighting conservatives?

"Strong support for it?" Amongst who exactly? Americans? I don't think so Skippy.

Look, let me break the suspense, no matter what bill they pass or don't pass this year nothing will change. With the notable exception of amnesty.

We've had perfectly good servicable laws on the books for twenty years now so why do we need another law passed when all we ever needed was the will to enforce it in the first place?

Amnesty and open borders has been president Bush's plainly stated object since day one. He has been unswerving in his dedication to destroy this country and subvert our laws. He has never hidden it or even danced around it. But it it vitally important to remember that 9-11 was an inconvenience to the president in his openly stated goal of opening our borders with Mexico and integrating our two countries no matter what Americans might think about it.

H/T Slobokan's site O' Schtuff

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