Bush Tells Conservatives to Shut Up, Urges Hispanics to Speak Up!
By: John Lillpop
In the ongoing kerfuffel over illegal immigration, President Bush recently unloaded on conservatives for speaking out and acting up against the foolish amnesty bill S 1348.
Bush began his assault by accusing conservatives of not wanting what is best for America, and then ripped a page straight from the liberal game book by branding his opponents as racists.
Although this boorish behavior is a despicable outrage, it is actually a good sign because it is a clear indication that amnesty supporters are losing the war of ideas, and have nothing left with which to do battle except childish name calling.
Interestingly enough, while Bush was doing his utmost to discourage free speech from conservatives who hold views different from his own, the president was most anxious to assure that Hispanic voices were heard.
“There’s a lot of emotion on this issue, and it makes sense to have people from around the country come and sit down with members of Congress to talk rationally about the issue,” he told those attending the Hispanic Prayer Breakfast in Washington on June 15.
Especially those who just happen to agree with you on amnesty, Mr. President?