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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Stop The Presses....Bush To Hold Public Signing Ceremony of the Secure Fence Act!!!

Isn't it amazing what happens when The White House & Republicans are against the eight ball for the coming election. They start doing things that voters actually want in a big way. Near the top of this wish list of voters is securing the borders and more specifically to do this with a long tall wall/fence to make it harder for illegal aliens to come here. Good fences make good neighbors. So The White House has relented and they will hold a public signing ceremony to get as much exposure on this issue as possible. Is would be Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a border fence? Oh wait that's right, she and her party are against enforcing the immigration laws.

5 Comments:

  • At 10:16 AM, Anonymous Heywood Jablome said…

    Great. More tax dollars wasted.

     
  • At 10:37 AM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    You really are killing me Mr. Jablome with your open border attitude.

    Any reason for the hilarious fake name? I give extra points to people who use their own name.

    Was Seymour Butts or I.P Freely taken?

     
  • At 11:08 AM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    Heywood,

    So let me get this straight. It's not a waste of money to pay for illegal alien's health care, welfare, schooling, etc but it's a waste of money to build a wall on the southern border? Beam me up.

     
  • At 3:04 PM, Blogger Dan Chmielewski said…

    The feds should be going after the employers who hire these illegal workers and fining them to the point where its cheaper to hire legal residents.

    But frankly guys, if you build a fence ship the Statute of Liberty back to France. I can't blame anyone for wanting to come here to make a better life for theselves or their families. Immigraiton laws should b ereformed to speed the process along.


    And Allan, this is not at the top of important issues voters care about. Immigration is a serious issue in need of serious reform. Iraq, healthcare, education, ethics in government, the economy, etc, etc.

     
  • At 4:05 PM, Anonymous Heywood Jablome said…

    Allan.

    You crack me up as well. Dan hit the nail on the head. Instead of spending billions on a 'feel good' fence. How about sending hotel CEO's, restaurant owners, farmers etc to the slammer. That is where the effort should be focused.

    Your solution is more all show and no go. To use a metaphor you can understand. You are ignoring the man behind the curtain.

    And given your churlish writings. My name is quite appropriate.

     

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