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A Hypothetical Future on Immigration
Bizblogger ^ | 04/27/05 | Richie Rich

Posted on 04/27/2005 2:45:22 PM PDT by Richie Rich

Imagine the following story. From the Washington Post - June 5, 2007:

Today the House Judiciary Committee voted to impeach President Bush after an independent investigation found the Bush Administration to be seriously negligent in its duties to secure the nation's borders despite warnings from the American public and many leading politicians. The investigation was the result of the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, in which Al Qaeda detonated a radiological device in New York City.

The investigation revealed that several members of Al Qaeda were found to have entered the U.S. illegally across the Mexico/Arizona border last year. Although many Senators have warned the President about such a possibility, the investigation concluded that the nation simply "was not on war footing" and was ill-prepared to handle the flood of illegal immigrants entering the country. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was also criticized in the report for being too concerned about potential racial profiling and "anti-immigrant" complaints...

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TOPICS: Politics
KEYWORDS: attack; border; bush; clinton; illegal; immigration; mexico; terrorist

1 posted on 04/27/2005 2:45:26 PM PDT by Richie Rich
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To: Richie Rich

Dateline: September 10th, 2001

Impeachment proceedings started in the US House of Representatives today for President George W. Bush. President Bush, highly criticized for his rash actions, is being impeached for his order to detain 19 Saudi, Egyptian and other middle-eastern businessmen - who Bush claims are terrorists. An in-depth report by the New York Times and Washington Post found these middle-eastern businessmen to be in the United States to learn how to fly airplanes and take this skill back to their home countries.

2 posted on 04/27/2005 3:05:13 PM PDT by So Cal Rocket (Proud Member: Internet Pajama Wearers for Truth)
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To: Richie Rich
This is much more likely, IMHO.

Fernando Ortiz was a ‘landscape engineer’ on Long Island who had demanded to be able to vote, on the basis that he had been paying state and federal taxes for ten years. Actually, he had been stopped from casting a ballot by a poll watcher who had suspected his citizenship status, and (illegally, as it turned out) demanded proof of his identity and legal qualification to vote. Ortiz had won a multi-million dollar settlement against the Republican Party of New York in the subsequent “racial profiling and ethnic intimidation” civil suit, but he did not stop there.

Instead, with massive support from the ACLU and various Hispanic “immigrants rights” foundations, he had pressed his demand to be allowed to vote all the way to the Supreme Court…and he won. The Supreme Court, in its famous 5-4 decision, ruled that negligence in securing America’s borders against illegal immigration on the part of the federal government, could not be held against “undocumented workers who played by the rules and paid their taxes,” once they were established in America—legally or not. The federal government had not taken reasonable efforts to secure the border, and had not pursued "undocumented workers" in the USA. Instead, it openly permitted them most of the benefits of citizenship, and it collected their taxes. "No taxation without representation!" was the cry heard all the way to the Supreme Court. The State of New York had then sleep-walked through an aimless and desultory case for denying the vote—and citizenship—to “undocumented workers.”

Following Ortiz v. New York, a stunned America woke up to discover that there were not only an amazing twenty-two million illegal aliens hiding in plain sight across the land, but that eight million of them immediately qualified to vote. In a nation split 50-50 down party and ideological lines, these eight million new voters were recognized to be the certain majority-makers in future elections, and both parties set record lows for cravenness in pandering to their “needs.” Chief among their “needs” were liberal new family reunification laws, and these instant citizens—illegal aliens only a year before—began bringing the remainders of their families to the USA. Legally.

Overnight, wavering Democrat states became locks, and swing states with large Hispanic populations went solidly “blue.” The result was the recent election which had brought Gobernador Deleon to power in Nuevo Mexico, and had also brought radical Democrats to power in the White House and both houses of congress.

Thus had come the political tsunami which swept all before it, a tidal wave triggered by an undocumented lawn maintenance worker named Fernando Ortiz.

3 posted on 04/27/2005 3:26:44 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- -----)
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To: SuperJesus[BM]
World Horrified As Catholic Is Made Pope

Posted by SuperJesus[BM] to

On Bloggers & Personal 04/27/2005 7:07:06 PM EDT · 10 of 10

Well, hopefully this pope will keep supporting the war in Iraq, maybe we can go to Iran too, and kill 100,000 more people. Bloodied corpses are what communion wafers are made out of after all.

Hey troll, care to answer the questions posed to you?
Like "care to prove the claim of 100,000 killed" and "Care to prove the communion wafers are made out o fcorpses"?

5 posted on 04/27/2005 4:16:48 PM PDT by Darksheare (You too can own your very own Bad Idea by Darksheare! Inquire within!)
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To: Travis McGee; Clemenza

Awww man, did you have to make him from Long Island?

6 posted on 04/27/2005 4:43:33 PM PDT by 4.1O dana super trac pak (Stop the open borders death cult)
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To: 4.1O dana super trac pak

Fernando could be from anywhere, but he's coming.

7 posted on 04/27/2005 5:53:17 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- -----)
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To: Richie Rich

It's interesting but Dick Morris said on FOX last night
that if terrorists cross the border among the millions
of invading illegals -- that Bush would and should be

8 posted on 04/27/2005 9:09:04 PM PDT by T.L.Sink (stopew)
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