Skip to comments.President sprinkles Spanish into his pitch to Hispanic business leaders (Wants Amnesty Bill Passed)
Posted on 03/07/2002 12:47:20 AM PST by sarcasmEdited on 05/07/2004 5:37:44 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
WASHINGTON - Sprinkling his speech with Spanish, President Bush wooed Hispanic voters Wednesday by renewing his support for an amnesty bill for illegal immigrants.
"We've got a spirit of amistad," Bush told 200 Hispanic business leaders at the White House, using the Spanish word for friendship.
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i got another idea ... how 'bout they leave my country, and return to theirs to be reunited. gwb is worse than bill clinton, because at least he never pretended to be anything other than filth.
Excellent point. This insanity has got to stop sometime. The American people are not going to let the United States go down the commode.
If we need to start marching on Washington D.C. and the White House to get our message across, then that's what we will have to do. Can you imagine President Bush's reaction if he looks out the windows of the White House and sees millions of angry Americans with protest signs and chanting for his removal from office. What a beautiful sight that would be. Maybe then Bush will get the point that the American people are sick and tired of the fact that his administration is not doing anything constructive to solve the illegal immigration problem that is slowly destroying the United States.
Someone needs to tell His Majesty El Presidente Jorge Bush that you can not legislate respect. Respect is something that the Mexicans have to earn. They are not earning any of my respect by destroying our economy, our schools, and our hospitals.
And of course there is family reunification. I don't mean to beat a dead horse but by the time that "illegal alien Jose" brings his family in, one alien now becomes 4 or 5.
So in actuality you are not looking at 8 million amnesties. That figure will jump to 32,000,00 or 40,000,000 before it is over. Imagine adding 38 or 40 new cities to America each having a population of 1,000,000 people. How are we going to support this? Gas! Oil! Electricity! The environment! Jobs!
If Americans are having problems finding jobs, how are we going to support this massive influx of basically uneducated people? I know - don't get me started on welfare, Medicare, section 8 housing, and the like.
Bush has got to go. I am sorry I voted for him now. But, I won't make the same mistake in 2004. You can bet your last dollar on that!!
I wonder if the Bushies will be happy when this finally comes to fruition?
You got it. He's going to need all those votes from them, too, because he is going to start losing many from his base with this nonsense.
Family values don't stop at the Rio Grande.
Agree!!...And, I don't think I'll be dropping the "still" any time soon.
Family values my......!! Forget it.
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