George W. Bush: Presiding While Daft?
By: John Lillpop
OK, so President Bush is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Maybe he is from the same genetic pool as, say, Nancy Pelosi when it comes to intellectual pedigree.
But damn, is the man also completely out of his pea-sized brain?
After having his head handed to him by the U.S. House in 2006 on illegal immigration, Dubya seemed to delight when Republicans lost both chambers in the mid-term elections. He apparently saw the new Democrat majorities as a golden opportunity to ram amnesty for 12-30 million illegal aliens down the throats of the American people.
However, Duyba’s fortunes do not seem much improved with his new Democrat friends in power. That became obvious on June 7 when the U.S. Senate voted against cloture, prompting Majority Leader Harry Reid to pull the disastrous amnesty bill from the floor of the senate.
That was certainly good news and was cheered as the “death of amnesty” by those who still value rule of law, homeland security, American sovereignty, and preservation of American language and culture.
Of course, rule of law, homeland security, American sovereignty, and preservation of American language and culture are of absolutely no interest whatsoever to George W. Bush.
Thus, Dubya announced his plans to pump life into the deflated amnesty bill during a meeting with GOP senators in Washington early next week.
Yahoo News: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070608/ap_on_go_co/congress_immigration_3
Once again, the president is refusing to accept the will of the American people, and continues to preside with a hidden agenda on this crucial issue.
How does one explain Bush’s obsession with illegal aliens from Mexico?
Why does the president advocate so adamantly for people who have no legal basis for being in the country?
What mysterious motivation causes Bush to abandon common sense, logic and legitimate concerns for the best interests of America?
It is true that Bush has been equally rabid when it comes to the war in Iraq. But given the fact that 9/11 happened on his watch, Bush’s obsession with that issue is somewhat understandable, if not wise.
But what about social security, Medicare reform, tort reform, and other pressing matters? Bush has worked hard to advance his agenda in these areas, but has more or less accepted the fact that gridlock essentially precludes any real progress.
Again, the question: Why is President Bush so completely and thoroughly obsessed with the fortunes of 12-30 million illiterate peasants from Mexico?
Why does he refuse to put the interests of 300 plus million Americans ahead of those illiterate, foreign peasants?
John Lillpop is a recovering liberal.