Amnesty America

Thursday, November 9th, 2006 12:54 pm by Neal

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From the Houston Chronicle:

On Wednesday, President Bush identified immigration as an area in which he’d work with Democrats. And in comments directed to congressional conservatives who stymied his push for a guest-worker plan, Bush noted that strides have been made on border security.

“I would hope we can get something done,” Bush said. “There’s an issue where I believe we can find some common ground with the Democrats.”

From Neal Boortz:

The envelope please.

And the winners in this year’s midterm elections are:

Illegal Aliens

(Putting down his leaf blower to accept the award is Pedro Lopez-Garcia-Menendez-Gonzalez, who pays no taxes in the U.S., and sends 80% of each paycheck back to Vera Cruz to take care of his wife and children.)

Yesterday President Bush as much as said that amnesty would be the order of the day. Now that those pesky Republicans have been kicked out of the majority in the House of Representatives, the president and the Senate will have clear sailing on their plan for amnesty for the 20 million plus illegal aliens now residing in this country. Oh .. and the border? Nothing will be done to stop the Mexican invasion, so as soon as Pedro has his paperwork Maria and the kids will be on a bus.

If there’s one certain outcome from the Democratic Party’s takeover of the House of Representatives, it is the inevitability of an illegal aliens amnesty bill. The only thing that stopped the President’s amnesty/guest-worker program this summer was the Republican-controlled House, and now that barrier is gone.

Did you hear Bush yesterday? He was positively giddy that, with the Democratic takeover, he’d now get his amnesty bill passed. Everyone knows where the Democrats stand on the issue of illegal immigrants: Here’s an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone by creating 15-30 million new Democratic voters and expand social programs (such as Health Care and Social Security) to accommodate the “needs” of this huge influx of largely-poor voters.

Tell me how this won’t happen.

Of course, this also means the end of any meaningful border security or a border fence.

Here’s a thread on on this subject.



Herman Cain gets it:

Now that Democrats have seized control of the House, and possibly the Senate, the president is poised to deliver the knockout blow to conservative voters, the conservative movement and the very Constitution itself. In a most bitter twist of irony, Democratic control of Congress would finally allow Bush to enact his amnesty scheme for the tens of millions of illegal aliens within our borders. Amnesty for illegal aliens is not compassionate, nor is it conservative. It is unconstitutional.

Scott, at, gets it:

In yesterday’s press conference, President Bush looked to his unpopular immigration reform proposals as “an issue where I believe we can find some common ground with the Democrats.” Working together, the president and a Democratic Congress might be able to finish off the Republican Party.

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