Wednesday, May 17, 2006

The House Of Last Hope

There is still a chance that America may survive the betrayal by her sworn protectors. Some voices of reason can still be heard in Congress. Speaking of the Senate conspiracy to grant amnesty to illegals while giving only their usual lip service to national security, some in the House are not inclined to Mexican hat dance with Bush.

"It offers a perverse incentive -- the longer and more flagrantly you have broken immigration laws, the easier it will be to get on the so-called path to citizenship," Rep. J.D. Hayworth, an Arizona Republican, told CNN. "I don't believe the American people will appreciate that.

At least I'm not the only one to notice this and you're right Congressman, not only don't I appreciate it I'm furious about it.

Still, you have the agents of foreign governments like New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, an Hispanic border-state Democrat, saying that Bush's legalization proposal will help bring illegal immigrants "out of the shadows." The goal should be to bring them out of the country. However, since your allegiance , Bill, is to Old Mexico, rather than New Mexico, this is not a concept I would expect you to comprehend. How's that fantasy baseball career coming , Bill?

Keep hammering away at your representatives, that's the only hope. The Senate has been lost to the traitors and cowards and needs a strong enema come election day.

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