Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Don't PEE down my back, and tell me it's raining!

Bush Attacks Immigration Deal Opponents

GLYNCO, Ga. (AP) - President Bush attacked opponents of an immigration deal Tuesday, suggesting they "don't want to do what's right for America."
"The fundamental question is, will elected officials have the courage necessary to put a comprehensive immigration plan in place,"
Bush said against a backdrop of a huge American flag. (no the question is will they pull their heads out of their asses, and secure the Border)

He described his proposal—which has been agreed to by a bipartisan group of senators—as one that "makes it more likely we can enforce our border—and at the same time uphold the great immigrant tradition of the United States of America." (Bull it cuts the gurantee from an 850mile fence down to 350, and doesn't increase the border guards at a rate fast enough to overcome natural attrition and supply the needed additional manpower)

Bush spoke at the nation's largest training center for law enforcement.

He chose the get-tough setting as conservative critics blast a Senate proposal as being soft on people who break the law. (which they are) Hoping to blunt that message, Bush emphasized that any new options for immigrants and foreign workers would not start until tougher security is in place. (prove it)

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. (the only support for this bill comes from the assholes we have mistakenly elected)

"A lot of Americans are skeptical about immigration reform, primarily because they don't think the government can fix the problems," Bush said. (because they won't fix the problem, not because they can't)

"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.

Bush repeatedly cast the matter as one of political courage. (the courage would be in the form of any elected official calling this bill the PIG that it is)

"Those determined to find fault with this bill will always be able to look at a narrow slice of it (about as narrow as the Grand Canyon) 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. (this bill is anything but RIGHT for America)

"You can use it to frighten people," Bush said. "Or you can show leadership and solve this problem once and for all."
(if you want to be freightened all you have to do is read the bill)

The bill would give temporary legal status to millions of unlawful immigrants, provided they came forward, paid a fine and underwent criminal background checks. To apply for a green card, they would have to pay another fine, learn English, return to their home country and wait in line. (BULLSHIT what this bill does is give LEGAL status to anyone who gets caught here. If arrested and you are discovered to be ILLEGAL, all you have to do is file immediatly for a Z visa and it is the LAW that they have to let you file and let you go within 24 hours. Plus once you file for that visa you are GRANTED LEGAL ALIEN STATUS for two years. Oh and don't worry at the end of that two years you can renew it. You NEVER have to apply for citizenship and you can NEVER be DEPORTED)

The plan also would create a guest worker program. It would allow foreign laborers to come to the U.S. for temporary stints, yet with no guarantee they can eventually gain citizenship. (but with the gurantee that they can't be forced to leave)

Both the new visa plan and the temporary worker program are contingent on other steps coming first. (bullshit) Those include fencing and barriers along the Mexico border, the hiring of more Border Patrol agents and the completion of an identification system to verify employees' legal status.

The legislation would also reshape future immigration decisions. (yeah how to arrange voting rights for them, the bill already gives them Social Security, Welfare, and Medicade) A new point system would prioritize skills and education over family in deciding who can immigrate.

Georgia's senators both played leading roles in producing Bush's deal with the Senate. Yet they have also said they may not support the final bill, depending upon how it is amended.

Bush chastised those who say the proposal offers amnesty to illegal immigrants. He called it empty political rhetoric. (EVEN DEEPER BULLSHIT, when you make them ALL LEGAL ALIENS thats AMNESTY ya idiot)


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