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Sunday, May 14, 2006


I almost thought he'd grown a set (not really)

Source: Yahoonews
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush assured Mexican President Vicente Fox on Sunday he did not intend to militarize their countries' mutual border, but was considering sending National Guard troops there to temporarily support border control efforts.

"The president made clear that the United States considers Mexico a friend and that what is being considered is not militarization of the border, but support of border patrol capabilities on a temporary basis by National Guard personnel," White House spokeswoman Maria Tamburri said, describing a telephone conversation between Bush and his Mexican counterpart.

Fox "reached out" to Bush on Sunday to relay his concerns about the plan that is under consideration, Tamburri said.
I am so glad the president took the time to comfort his good "friend" in his time of need.

But wait, there's more...
Fox's office said during the call Bush said the United States and Mexico were partners and friends, but a thorough immigration reform was needed to solve the problem between both countries.
If you define partner as the criminal currently ripping you off as a "partner," then sure, they are great "partners."

This warmed my heart...(heart warming content bolded for your reading pleasure)
Bush's National Guard plan is aimed at winning support for broader immigration reform from conservatives in Congress. Bush's main goal is to allow foreigners to get temporary work permits to take low-paying jobs — an idea favored by the business community. But many conservatives want a tougher approach on illegal immigrants trying to sneak into the country.
That is so beautiful I might cry, really it's touching!

Don't worry though, President Bush made sure to assure Presidente Fox that he had no intention of doing anything worthwhile on the border...(uselessness bolded)
Bush gave the same message to Mexican President Vicente Fox, who called Sunday to express concern about what he called the possibility of a "militarized" border between the two nations. Bush assured Fox that any military support would be administrative and logistical and would come from the National Guard and not the Army, according to a news release from Fox's office.
Finally, I'm so glad my president is in agreement with Vincente Fox...(homosexual activity bolded)
The statement from Fox's office and another from the White House said the two presidents agreed that immigration reform be comprehensive — meaning that it go beyond the tough punitive measures that some conservatives are promoting to stem the flow of immigrants.
Yeah, since it's merely 80% of the American people demanding it, I think it's a smart move on the president's part to completely ignore us and move forward with this bullshit.

Personally, I'm looking forward to the impeachment hearings.

And don't forget we'll be live blogging the "IMMIGRATION SPEECH OF EPIC PROPORTIONS" tomorrow night, or as we like to call it around here the president's "WOULD YOU PEOPLE SHUT THE HELL UP WE NEED MORE SLAVES" speech. We'll have drinking games and everything to help you through the pain of the president lecturing us one more time on how great Mexicans are and how much Americans suck.

Oh, and how lazy Americans are, and -- and how businesses need cheap labor.

Hell, I need a drink now.

H/T Allah/Hot Air

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