Archive for: March 20, 2006

March 20, 2006

Mark Souder votes against 3rd Congressional District, again…

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Mar 2006

Mark Souder co-sponsored and voted in favor of another Bill in Congress that will allow the Federal government to extort the taxpayers of his own district!

HR 418 is a Bill that will allow the Federal Government to require all citizens of this great country to carry a National Identification card; this is scary enough by itself. You will not be able to use Federal services unless you carry this ID card with you. Without this card, you will not be able to be a passenger on an airplane, get a problem with your Social Security account fixed, or deal with the countless other Federal agencies that exist.

The Big Lie: Illegal Immigration Benefits Americans

It’s widely been reported that illegal aliens comprise upwards of 27 percent of the US prison and jail population. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection — two agencies within the Department of Homeland Security — claim in several reports that they’ve apprehended over 100,000 criminal aliens whose offenses go far beyond violation of immigration laws and regulations.

A Dubai-ous Argument

Republican infighting = Republicans out the door

Congressional Republicans, I have a question for you. Are you trying to lose the 2006 midterm elections?

The recent infighting over the Dubai port deal has me wondering if you guys have your heads in the game. With less than 8 months until the elections, you guys are making the Democrats look organized and united, and that takes some doing! Apparently you’ve seen the Democrats snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and said, “I think we can do that, too, but better.”

Why I (Still) Love America

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Mar 2006

A strange thing is happening to conservative Canadians these days. For the first time ever, many right of centre voters are speaking out publicly against an American Republican government. While still basking in the afterglow of a minority federal Conservative victory, some supporters seem compelled to add the additional ‘…but I wouldn’t vote for Bush’ catch phrase that is in fashion north of the border.