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Not content with calling people concerned about upholding the laws of our country “racists” and “bigots”, El Presidente Jorge Arbusto takes it one step further:

The presidential stop came during a congressional recess, with senators back home and facing pressure from the left and right on the immigration plan. Bush’s aim is to build momentum for the legislation, perhaps his best chance for a signature victory in his second term. The Senate expects to resume debate on it next week.

‘A lot of Americans are skeptical about immigration reform, primarily because they don’t think the government can fix the problems,’ Bush said.

1965?

1986?

Whatever could possibly give us the idea that government has no intentions of living up to their promises? That’s so unreasonable of us bigots, anti-immigrants and racists.

‘And my answer to the skeptics is: give us a chance to fix the problems in a comprehensive way that enforces our border and treats people with decency and respect. Give us a chance to fix this problem. Don’t try to kill this bill before it gets moving,’ Bush told students and instructors at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.

Fine. OK by me. Here’s a suggestion, you lying, fuckheaded, backstabbing weasel: Enforce the laws FIRST, THEN we’ll talk.

Hey, what’s the problem with that? You are promising to enforce the laws, aren’t you? I mean, it’s not like you’ll promise us the moon and then, when you’ve gotten your amnesty for your beloved illegal immigrants, stab us in the back just like your predecessors, right?

‘Those determined to find fault with this bill will always be able to look at a narrow slice of it and find something they don’t like,’ the president said. ‘If you want to kill the bill, if you don’t want to do what’s right for America, you can pick one little aspect out of it.

“Don’t want to do what’s right for America?”

Is that your latest attack on the ones without whom you’d still be clearing scrubs back in Crawford? We’re unpatriotic for wanting to enforce our nation’s laws now? Un-PATRIOTIC???

OK. That’s fucking IT, you despicable mound of shit. That’s it, you louse, you inflamed polyp in the nether regions of humanity, you filthy sack of dog’s vomit, you disgusting, treasonous, insulting, piss poor excuse for a human being.

You’re calling ME “un-patriotic???” ME???

Go fucking choke on a pretzel, you swine, and don’t ever, EVER dare ask me for anything, don’t EVER come begging for support, don’t EVER expect any and please, for the love of Texas, when you retire DON’T profane my beautiful state with your presence. Go live in Mexico. You love that country more than you love this one anyway.

Fucking asshole. Time for the impeachment hearings, Dems, or are you all talk and no game? You’ve got my support, no matter WHAT charges you’ll bring, 110%

I have never been this fucking insulted in my life.

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Mitch McConnell is confident that the American voters are too stupid for the Kennedy/McPain Zhamnesty of ‘07 to have any consequences for RINOs voting in favor of dissolving our borders and pardoning 20 million criminals “doing jobs that no Americans will ever again be allowed to do.”

“This is a divisive issue” for both parties, said McConnell, a Kentucky Republican RINO. But, he said, “I don’t think there’s a single member of either party next year who is going to fail to be re-elected over this issue.”

Wonderful.

We’ll see about that, won’t we?

But you’re right about one thing. When you RINO sellouts get another spanking a la 2006 in ‘08, you’ll all be pretending that it had nothing, nothing to do with your complete and utter sellout of our nation in ‘07.

Just as you’re still pretending that the kick in the groin you received in ‘06 had nothing, nothing to do with you outspending Bill Clinton, expanding government according to the motto “Gruel in Every Pot, a Bureaucrat in Every Garage” and various and sundry other betrayals of conservative principles that would make even a liberal blush and hesitate.

Time to fill in the hole the GOP is in, stomp the ground down around the carcass and take a long leak on the mound.

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Meanwhile, a bird in the Rose Garden demonstrates that it has more sense than the Senate.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t a Roc.

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His Imperial Majesty has to admit that he was more than a bit baffled to read this, that the Senate had voted with 64 votes in favor of keeping the Guest Worker Cheap Slave Labor Program™ alive.

Baffled because his own Senators, Cornyn and Hutchison, were both on the record as voting in favor of keeping it in there when they’d both, wisely and gratifyingly, voted against letting the Bill in its entirety move forward at all earlier. Something doesn’t sound right there. Why would you vote to kill a Bill and then, the next day, vote to keep one of its idiotic provisions alive?

One possibility, other than Business and Backstabbing as Usual in DC which must never be discounted when dealing with Congresscritters, could be that they didn’t want the Bill to become more palatable and thus easier to pass. Some say that stripping the Slave Labor Program would’ve killed the Zhamnesty Bill immediately, but I’m not so sure. After all, the proponents of the Democrat Incumbents’ Protection for Eternity Act of ‘07 would still get their bulk amnesty, guest worker program or not and that is, after all, the cornerstone of their strategy to create a huge, dependent voter bloc that will forever vote Democrat.

Hey, it’s a theory.

The other, more cynical side of me, the side used to the self-anointed royalty in DC and their lust for power and lack of concern for their constituents, says that the two Senators only cast the initial vote to cover their own backsides, in order to later be able to say “hey, but look at this. We tried, didn’t we?”

One thing’s for sure, I’ll be letting both of them know that my position hasn’t changed. If that Atrocity of a Bill passes in any shape, form or fashion, they need to start brushing up on their resumes, because I’ll be actively campaigning to have them both fired.

You should do the same. Call, fax, email and write your congresscritters. Don’t let them think that we’ve forgotten and that they’re free to stab us in the back now.

KEEP THE PRESSURE UP.

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Just like during the Miers and Ports Dubai debacle, the Bush Administration’s response to unhappiness among the people who actually voted for them is to insult us.

This time, Homeland Stupidity clownshoe, Michael Cherkoff, rolls out the hearts and minds-winning argument that all of those against ceding our sovereignty, opening the borders and bringing criminals “out of the shadows” to enjoy a life-long tax-free ride in the sun, only oppose his Master’s Brilliant Proposal because we hate brown people and want to kill Mexicans.

His political skills are only matched by the richness of his luscious, flowing mane.

Here’s a suggestion, cue ball: Why don’t you just get yourself a nice, hot cup of shut the fuck up and go back to fondling your privates? That is, assuming that you can find them. If not, go back to fondling Kennedy’s And if he offers to drive you home, please don’t turn him down. We hear that he knows of a scenic route near Chappaquiddick that is simply to die for.

Fucking douchebag.

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The first vote on the Full Amnesty to Criminals Bill of ‘07, the motion to proceed, has been cast.

Rather than listing the ones who voted in favor of screwing a vast majority of Americans by ignoring their publicly expressed demands, we’ll make a list of the ones voting AGAINST, since it’s much shorter.

The ones still determined to govern in accordance with the wishes of their constituencies, the heroes, are:

Elizabeth Dole (R-NC)
Michael B. Enzi (R-WY)
James M. Inhofe (R-OK)
Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
John E. Sununu (R-NH)
Pat Roberts (R-KS)
Craig Thomas (R-WY)
David Vitter (R-LA)
Jim DeMint (R-SC)
Robert C. Byrd (D-WV), imagine our shock and surprise!
Jim Bunning (R-KY)
Mike Crapo (R-ID)
Bob Corker (R-TN)
Bernard Sanders (I-VT)
Byron L. Dorgan (D-ND)
Richard C. Shelby (R-AL)
Wayne Allard (R-CO)
Tom Coburn (R-OK)
John Cornyn (R-TX)
John Thune (R-SD)
Jon Tester (D-MT)
Max Baucus (D-MT)
Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX)

If your Senator is NOT on this list, now would be a good time to inform them that you won’t vote for them even if they’re running for assistant dog kennel floor licker, under ANY circumstances, and that now would be a good time for them to start working on their resumes.

If your Senator IS on the list, send them a nice thank you card, praising them for listening to their constituents.

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Thanks to LC & IB shamalama:

Another present from Chappaquiddick Kennedy and Hanoi McSwine:

6) The bill even lets gang members get the amnesty. This comes at a time when violent international gangs have brought mayhem to our cities. More than 30,000 gang members operate in 33 states, trafficking in drugs, arms and people.

Deporting illegal-alien gang members has been a top ICE priority. This bill would end that: Under it, a gang member qualifies for the Z-visa privileges as long as he simply signs a “renunciation of gang affiliation.” He can keep his tattoos.

Thanks, McSwine, thanks, Chimpy McBush.

They shot the wrong Kennedy.

TWICE!

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LC & IB Bill Quick reports that the weasels in DC are beginning to pay attention to the backlash. Apparently they don’t much feel like getting their resumes out and updating them just now.

So contact your congress critters today. And tomorrow. And the day after tomorrow and so on until this abomination of a Bill is thrown under the bus.

I can’t begin to emphasize enough how important this is to our nation’s future, but thankfully LC & IB Steve can (read the whole thing).

Sometimes it’s painful, being mathematically inclined. It allows me to see why global warming and the population explosion and other mythical terrors aren’t to be taken seriously, but it also means I can see the very real danger of importing millions of bottom-of-the-heap uneducated, unskilled laborers. Assuming they vote, they will shift us to the left. And they and their children and grandchildren tend to stay on the bottom once they get here, which makes it pretty unlikely that they’ll ever vote for anything other than handouts.

When leftism kills economies and spreads oppression and brutality and genocide, people flee to the US. I always wonder, when it happens in the US, where are we supposed to go?

I don’t know. What I do know is that I’ve seen where this train is headed once, I was riding it until I got off and escaped to this country, and I’m not running again. This is the hill upon which I’ll die, and I will die before I let this nation be destroyed and turned into yet another socialist, welfare state shithole.

Finally, count me in, LC & IB John Hawkins.

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(Via Hot Air)

Yes, that’s right. The Kennedy Full Amnesty Plan did meet with opposition from the Administration. Their problem was that it wasn’t generous enough:

Bush removes provision requiring back taxes from illegal immigrants
By Michael Kranish, Globe Staff | May 19, 2007

WASHINGTON — The Bush administration insisted on a little-noticed change in the bipartisan Senate immigration bill that would enable 12 million undocumented residents illegal aliens to avoid paying back taxes or associated fines to the Internal Revenue Service, officials said.

An independent analyst estimated the decision could cost the IRS tens of billions of dollars.

A provision requiring payment of back taxes had been in the initial version of a bill proposed by Senator Edward M. Kennedy, the Massachusetts Democrat. But the administration called for the provision to be removed due to concern that it would be too difficult to figure out which illegal immigrants owed back taxes.

“It’s too difficult to enforce the immigration laws already on the books, so we’ll just legalize illegal immigration. It’s also too difficult to make sure the little darlings pay the taxes they’ve been refusing to pay, so we’ll just legalize tax evasion. But only if you’re an illegal alien. The rest of you will have to pay up, and pay even more, since Presidente Arbusto and his RINO fuckweasels’ little Free Citizenship for Felons Program™ is projected to cost us $2.5 trillion.”

You’re going to be stomped in 2008, GOP Stupid Party, and you’ll deserve every bit of it.

Yes, I say “you”, because I’m not a Republican anymore.

Goodbye, and thanks for absolutely fucking nothing.

P.S.: Oh, and Dumbya, if the loony libs decide to go for it and start the impeachment machine, you’re on your own. I’m not lifting a finger for you.

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During a meeting Thursday on immigration legislation, McCain and Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) got into a shouting match when Cornyn started voicing concerns about the number of judicial appeals that illegal immigrants could receive, according to multiple sources — both Democrats and Republicans — who heard firsthand accounts of the exchange from lawmakers who were in the room.

At a bipartisan gathering in an ornate meeting room just off the Senate floor, McCain complained that Cornyn was raising petty objections to a compromise plan being worked out between Senate Republicans and Democrats and the White House. He used a curse word associated with chickens and accused Cornyn of raising the issue just to torpedo a deal.

Things got really heated when Cornyn accused McCain of being too busy campaigning for president to take part in the negotiations, which have gone on for months behind closed doors. “Wait a second here,” Cornyn said to McCain. “I’ve been sitting in here for all of these negotiations and you just parachute in here on the last day. You’re out of line.”

McCain, a former Navy pilot, then used language more accustomed to sailors (not to mention the current vice president, who made news a few years back after a verbal encounter with Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont).

“[Expletive] you! I know more about this than anyone else in the room,” shouted McCain at Cornyn. McCain helped craft a bill in 2006 that passed the Senate but couldn’t be compromised with a House bill that was much tougher on illegal immigrants.

And now, after helping to shred the 1st Amendment, your efforts to destroy this country are finally about to bear fruit and that peasant dares gainsay the Almighty McVain? No wonder you got angry.

Uncle Ho would be proud of you, his star pupil, Johnny. Too bad he’s not around to tussle your hair and give you a kiss on the cheek.

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