Traitorous Words from the White House Weasel
President Bush, working to rebuild strained U.S.-Mexico relations, promised Tuesday he would do his best to get a deeply divided U.S. Congress to change American immigration policies that are hated south of the border.Just who does this jerk think he serves? How about the American people, Mr. Bush? You know...the ones who elected you? The ones you swore to serve. The ones who don't give a flying #$@&! how Mexico feels about our immigration policies?
So what, exactly did Bush have to say?
"My pledge to you and your government, but more important to the people of Mexico, is I'll work as hard as I possibly can to pass comprehensive immigration reform."It galls and outrages me to read these traitorous words. To hear the President of the United States of America promise to work on behalf of the people of Mexico.
Relations between the two border countries have only grown worse since Bush signed a law calling for construction of more than 700 miles of new fencing along the long border the two countries share.I'll tell you what, Senor Calderon: try making the Berlin Wall comparison when it's more apt. Say when YOU build a fence along your northern border to keep your people IN. And, while you're at it, how about doing something your own bad self about the Mexican economy, drug-trafficking and immigration. May I remind you that we account for about 90% of Mexico's export purchases, and the drug traffickers and illegal immigrants are coming FROM you side in our direction, not the other way around.
Calderon has lambasted the fence — a mix of physical and high-tech barriers. He likens it to the Berlin Wall, and argues that both countries need to improve Mexico's economy to lessen the desire to seek work in the United States.
Before their talks, Calderon had a tough message for Bush: The United States must do more to solve thorny issues of drug-trafficking and immigration.
And as for my president? I'm sorry to say that any respect I once had for the man has shriveled beyond recognition. You were elected by the people, and tasked with protecting this great nation and doing what is best for her citizens. Yet there you were, promising to try to make the people of Mexico happy with nary a mention of the people you're supposed to be looking out for.
If it looks like a traitor, smells like a traitor, and TALKS like a traitor...it's probably a traitor.
KD has more...here.
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