Mexico’s President Fox Praises Senate Bill

Friday, May 26th, 2006 10:37 am by Neal

The title says it all: “Mexico’s Fox Praises U.S. Immigration Vote”

US President-via-Proxy Vicente Fox speaks to local business leaders during a breakfast in Seattle, Thursday, May 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Robert Sorbo, Pool)

Hours after the U.S. Senate approved sweeping immigration reforms, Mexican President Vicente Fox praised the vote as a “monumental step forward” in the relationship between his country and the United States.

“It is a moment that millions of families have been hoping for. This is the moment that millions of people have been working for,” he said Thursday in an address to a joint session of the California Legislature. “Today’s historic vote is a monumental step forward, but we recognize that there is more debate ahead.”

We have listened to the Republican Senators who supported this bill, such as South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham, insist over-and-over, until they are blue in the face, that this bill is not amnesty.

Sorry. They are lying sacks of shit. This Senate bill is nothing if not outright amnesty!

Compassionate Conservatism: “Helping the peoples of the world ride on the back of the American taxpayer.”

It is easy to be compassionate with someone else’s money, and for decades this has been the domestic policy of the Democrat Party. Now, under the leadership of President Bush, this misplaced “compassion” is the foreign policy of the Republican Party. With friends like that, who needs enemies?

One Response to “Mexico’s President Fox Praises Senate Bill”

  1. southchild » Blog Archive » How Do I Become an “Illegal”? Says:

    […] What a deal! As we’ve discussed previously, though, “compassionate conservatism” is double-speak for screwing American taxpayers. Ann has more: However hardworking illegal immigrants are when they come here, the moment they become citizens, they will be immediately demagogued by Democrats into viewing welfare as a universal human right, just as they now view living in America. […]