W Finally Gets Serious About National Sovereignty and Borders!
By: John Lillpop
What is that you say? President Bush has finally gotten tough on sovereignty and borders?
If true, we have nothing short of a first-class miracle in the making.
Hold on, mate. Before we decide to crown some other dude as “Worst president in US History,” Bush’s comments need to be placed in context.
In fact, President Bush was in hussy fit over how Russia has abused the sovereignty and borders of the tiny nation of Georgia. He was particularly piqued at the Russian vision for Georgia, which does not include the provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
“These regions are a part of Georgia and the international community has repeatedly made clear that they will remain so,” said Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at his side. “There’s no room for debate on this matter.”
Bush went on to add that Georgia’s borders need to be respected.
Pity, is it not, that the passion our commander-in-chief has for defending the borders of a foreign nation thousands of miles away is not replicated when it comes to our own borders?
Wouldn’t it be nice to know that our president is as concerned about about Mexico’s attempt to Reconquesta Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico, and the rest of the Southwest by flooding the area with illegal aliens as he is about Russia’s lust for South Ossetia and Abkhazia?
In addition, while our president loses sleep over Georgia’s borders, the Mexican military illegally crosses US borders and brandishes firearms against American citizens employed as border patrol agents.
And George W. Bush does not even complain! Does that make any sense whatsoever?
Before taking on Vladimir Putin, Bush should be telling Mexico’s Felipe Calderon to get the 38 million or so illiterate peasants from Mexico out of America NOW.
Bush’s second message to Calderon should be: Do not let your damn peasants cross the border into America to begin with. Keep them in Mexico or we will do it for you, Felipe!
After all, America is a sovereign nation and our borders must be respected, right W?