George W. Bush Is America’s Worse Enemy
By: John Lillpop
At 2 p.m. Central Time today, Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos, former U.S. Border Patrol agents, must surrender to federal marshals and begin serving prison sentences of twelve and eleven years, respectively.
Compean and Ramos are headed to prison for their actions in a skirmish at the U.S. border with an illegal alien from Mexico who was attempting to smuggle drugs into America.
In other words, Compean and Ramos were doing what President Bush steadfastly refuses to do: Defend American sovereignty and freedom against foreign invasion.
While the lives of Compean and Ramos and their families are ruined forever,
their crimes pale in comparison to those committed by President George W. Bush.
Before becoming president, Bush swore to uphold and defend the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. As president, he is the highest law enforcement official in America, and is obligated to enforce all federal laws.
The U.S. Constitution does not allow the president, who serves at the will of the American people, to arbitrarily decide which laws to enforce and which to ignore.
Unfortunately for Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos, America’s forty third president has an economic infatuation with illegal aliens from Mexico and refuses to enforce U.S. borders and immigration laws.
If President Bush had faithfully executed his constitutional responsibility, the ugly scenario that Compean and Ramos fell into might not have happened.
If America had a president who was genuinely concerned with protecting America against terrorism, our borders would have been sealed shut by noon on the morning of September 11, 2001.
If America had a president who was committed to the safety of the American people, all illegal aliens in America on September 11, would have been rounded up and deported as soon as possible.
But America does not have a president who cares about all Americans. Instead, we have elected a man whose greatest priority is to provide his corporate business cronies with slave labor from the third world.
We have elected a man who arrogantly and defiantly says to hell with American language, borders, and culture, and who values cheap labor more highly than winning the war on terror.
In a fair and just world, Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos would be recognized as national heroes for defending America against invading criminals.
In that happy world, President Bush would be removed from office for dereliction of duty.
But the world we occupy is neither fair nor just: President George W. Bush, elected by we the people to defend and uphold the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, is in fact, America’s worse enemy.