It’s one thing to be completely politically tone-deaf. It’s one thing to bend over for the likes of Ted Kennedy and the rest of the Donks in congress. It’s one thing to be a complete failure in nearly every facet of your presidency. It’s something completely different – even for you – to attack those who oppose your Amnesty™ bill, as racists.
He’s no longer worried about getting re-elected, so in his pushing for the bill’s passage, Bush has now told millions of voters to get lost. These are the people who have been his most loyal supporters on virtually every other issue.
Yet Bush now condemns them as unwilling to do “what’s right for America” and accuses their allies in Congress of using “empty rhetoric” to misrepresent the bill as a form of amnesty for illegal aliens. Bush appealed for “a chance to fix the problems in a comprehensive way that enforces our border and treats people with decency and respect.”
Treats people with decency and respect? You must mean like how those illegals treat our Constitution with decency and respect by wiping their collective ass with it? Just do us all a favor and don’t bother mentioning the “rule of law” ever again. You’re just fine with people breaking the law as long as they speak Spanish and will pick lettuce for a quarter an hour.
To hell with those who actually followed the rules, came here and worked hard to become American citizens, right, Junior? You know, the ones who actually appreciate freedom and want to assimilate instead of reclaim the Southwest?
As waffle-haired crooner Cyndi Lauper once said, “we see your true colors shinin’ through.” And they look a lot like that dark brown color that you get when you mix all the colors in your paint collection together. Not only that, but the newly-created clump of paint smells a lot like burrito-laden fecal matter.
I guess I just don’t like those funny-talking brown people because I didn’t grow up in Texas like you, boss.
He said Americans had nothing to fear from large-scale immigration from Latin America.
“There is an element of our society that is worried about two Americas,” he said. “Our ability to welcome newcomers and the system’s capacity to assimilate them has been one of the great powerful traditions of America. It works, and it will work this time. People shouldn’t fear our capacity to uphold our motto: E Pluribus Unum.”
Or maybe it’s that I’m a Nazi.
Stripped bare, this is what the current debate on immigration reform is all about. Fear of “the other” — of those who look or sound different, who come from poor countries with unfamiliar customs — has been at the heart of every immigration debate this country has ever had, from the infamous Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 to the floor of the U.S. Senate this week.
What is said today of the Mexicans, Guatemalans, Salvadorans and others was once said of Germans, Swedes, the Irish, Italians, Poles, Jews and others. The only difference is that in the past, the xenophobes could speak freely, unconstrained by a veneer of political correctness. Today, they speak more cautiously, so they talk about the rule of law, national security, amnesty, whatever else they think might make their arguments less racially charged.
Okay, Linda. We’re all racists, we’re all nazis, we get it. This is the type of vacuous argument we expect from the left, not our own party. Which is why you and Junior have driven so many of us out of the GOP. Self-righteous assholes is what you two are. Leave the sanctimony to the left – they do it so much better.
It’s shit like this that makes it very difficult to voice any support at all for you, Junior. Those of us who support the War on Terror have a difficult time defending you when you insist on keeping our Southern border open for cheap labor and terrorists alike.
Then again, sorry to bother you, President Junior, I can see you’re very busy doing your buddy Al’s work for him. I suppose as a One-World-Government type, it would make sense that you should focus on something other than our borders, our security and our culture.