And the point of Bush’s immigration speech was?

Amnesty, that is Bush’s POINT! Bush simply asked for amnesty (guest worker) first, and enforcement as a tertiary afterthought. Other than announcing 6,000 National Guard over the next to years to assist the Border Patrol, it was the Senate Plan through and through.

70% of American’s reject the Senate Plan, and want the House Plan. So much for America being a democracy or Representative Government.

Bush & the Senate are not representing those who voted him in, nor are they representing the vast majority of Americans. Just who Bush & the Senate are representing is anyones guess at this point.

Malkin notes, that “Comprehensive Immigration Reform is a euphemism for amnesty first, enforcement latter. We tried that in 1986, it failed, don’t be fooled again.” I concur.

I prefer comprehensive enforcement now, no amnesty latter.

What is Amnesty?

Amnesties are all too common legislative efforts to forgive the breaking of immigration laws and to make it possible for illegal aliens to live permanently in the United States. Amnesties represent a system of federal rewards and assistance for illegal migrants, and they entice an even greater number of illegal migrants.

The White House: President Bush Addresses the Nation on Immigration Reform

Michelle Malkin’s Hot Air “no-amnesty-no-bull”

New Poll: Americans Prefer House Approach on Immigration: Poll is First to Offer the Public a Choice Between House and Senate Plan

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Posted on May 16, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Don’t you think that it is irresponsible of you to name your blog the LDS Patriot. The Church asks us not to mix religion and polotics and to not use our religion to promote political ideals. Like it or not, you are mixing them.

  2. Q: “Don’t you think that it is irresponsible of you to name your blog the LDS Patriot.”

    A: No! Just the opposite.

    Q: “The Church asks us not to mix religion and polotics and to not use our religion to promote political ideals.”

    A: Not the LDS Church I belong to. Are you not aware the Churches’ call for support of the passing of the FMA? And the countless calls for LDS to become political activists?

    Q: Like it or not, you are mixing them.

    A: Oh, I like it very much! Thanks for sharing and stop by often.

  3. Are mormons Nationalist, what do you think of the British National Party

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