Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Fully Unrepresented in America

What the heck is this guy doing? I Do Not Understand President Bush, nor his strange allegiance to Mexicans, and other foreign peoples.

President Bush tells the Mexican nation in a televised appearance with newly elected Mex. el Presidente Calderon that he hopes to change the minds of Congress, toward a more lenient U.S. immigration policy.

The Mexican President, for his part, blasts the United States for its proposed fence along the border between the two nations, AND needs more U.S. assistance to curtail drug-trafficking, AND requires U.S. help to create more Mexican opportunities, to keep the "brightest and best of Mexican citizenry from going to the United States".

Well, Mexico, in addition to all that, can we help finance some kind of Social Security scheme for you, or could we maybe fund a space exploration program for you?? You name it, we'll just bend over and grab our ankles, and give you what you want.
Would you like a limo service from along the Rio Grande, to your final destination, too?

I cannot remember a sell-out of the United States on this grand or on this traumatic, or on this treasonous a scale in my lifetime!! Like I've said 10,000 times, whom does George W. Bush represent, who is he trying to please?
It is certainly not Americans. It really seems to me, the Localmalcontent, that from the Republicans, we Americans must fear them allowing illegal immigrant workers to flood over the porous southern border, with their many many violent criminals fully in tow.
And from the Democrats, we Americans must fear them allowing multi-culturism, with its inherent acceptance of any and all foreigners who clearly state their goal of defeating America for their Wahabbist form of radical Islam, and its Sharia laws.

Demmies afraid of offending any Muslim, resigned to letting that group grow unchecked within our borders, and Repuppies afraid of offending any Mexican Latino, resigned to letting that group grow unchecked within our borders, and the rest of us totally undefended, unrepresented, and overcome in the resulting whirlpool.

***Many people are familiar with the story of John Titor, a "time-traveller" from our future, specifically the year 2036. This Future military Colonel returns to the past for some antique-contraption which is needed in that year to save humanity. ((Google the name: John Titor ))
Anyway, he reveals that in His past, there is a civil war in the United States, in the years 2005-10.
Oh, by the way, there's a World War for the next 10 years after that, too!
While Col. Titor, presently aged 9, seems to accurately predict the anxiety we are all feeling today, the animosity and all, is/will he be correct in his memory of this time? Events happening today cause the Localmalcontent to think it's possible, really.

George W. Bush should just try, TRY and remember who elected him. Try, try not to make us conservatives a worldwide laughingstock, OK, George?


from today's New York Post: Calderon Tells Bush Mexico Needs More

MERIDA, Mexico (AP) -- President Bush, working to rebuild strained U.S.-Mexico relations, promised Tuesday he would do his best to get a deeply divided U.S. Congress to change American immigration policies that are hated south of the border.
"My pledge to you and your government, but more important to the people of Mexico, is I'll work as hard as I possibly can to pass comprehensive immigration reform," Bush said during a sun-splashed arrival ceremony that opened two days of meetings with Mexican President Felipe Calderon in this Yucatan Peninsula tourist haven.
Relations between the two border countries have only grown worse since Bush signed a law calling for construction of more than 700 miles of new fencing along the long border the two countries share.
Calderon has lambasted the fence - a mix of physical and high-tech barriers. He likens it to the Berlin Wall, and argues that both countries need to improve Mexico's economy to lessen the desire to seek work in the United States.
Before their talks, Calderon had a tough message for Bush: The United States must do more to solve thorny issues of drug-trafficking and immigration.
He was gentler at Bush's side, but with the same message.
"We fully respect the right that the government and the people of the United States has to decide within its territory what will be best for their concerns and security," he said as he welcomed Bush. "But at the same time we do consider in a respectful way that" migration can't be stopped with a fence.
At the same time, Calderon said much responsibility lies with his government.
"Mexicans lose in each migrant the best of our people - young people, working people ... strong people," he said. "We want to generate jobs for Mexicans here in Mexico. Because that is the only way to truly solve the migratory issue."
The two also brought up narcotrafficking - an issue Bush thinks needs to be tackled regionally.
Calderon also is critical of the Bush administration's efforts to stem the flow of drugs into the United States.
"We need the collaboration and the active participation of our neighbor," he said Tuesday. "Knowing that while we will not reduce the demand for drugs in a certain area, it will be very difficult to reduce the supply in ours."
Gerardo Fernandez, a spokesman for Mexico's leftist Democratic Revolution Party, arrived in Merida on Monday with a bag of toy soldiers he wanted to leave at Bush's hotel so he could "play war and leave the world alone." When he couldn't get through security, he climbed a rusty metal barrier and threw the plastic troops into the secured area.
The biggest hurdle, Bush said, is figuring out what to do with the 12 million illegal immigrants already in the United States. The president has proposed a guest worker plan that would allow legal employment for foreigners and give some illegals a shot at becoming American citizens. Critics say this rewards unlawful behavior.

Mr. President, give me a phone call, will ya?? I've got some ideas for what to do with the illegals. Why not listen to Americans for a change?

1 comment:

Abouna said...

It should be very clear to every body, by now, that Bush is an OPEN BORDER ONE WORLD ADVOCATE, who is intent on selling out the soverignty of the United States, right along with liberals.