On Tuesday, May 15, 2007, Grassfire's website has summarized a copy of a leaked plan for a new 'comprehensive immigration reform' proposal being developed behind closed doors by the Bush Administration and some Republicans in the Senate. Its dreary points confirm the same old, same old, only with greater cost and less likely scrutiny.
These open border Senators will sell us out in a New York minute and constantly keep hoping that by using the old Nazi propaganda expert Joseph Goebbels' technique of telling the Big Lie over and over that they can hornswoggle voters into thinking they have made a silk purse from a sow's ear.
They can't because you have heard all these tired, bad ideas (e.g. lies) before.
Examples from the Grassfire summary of the Bush plan, it calls the "Z" Amnesty Plan:
Here are the Grassfire details, again simply hyping the same old song at more cost to American Citizens:
Key Points Of Bush's Proposal In More Detail
This latest effort levies heavy environmental, cultural, and economic costs, which are again being happily hoisted by these special interest power blocks on us citizens. These evil amnesty promoters know this and yet they rush ahead. We can only pray a few level heads like Senator Jeff Sessions can keep this from getting through. As a Democrat, I am clearly ready to vote in the future for anyone from either party or an independent who can show me promise of real reform, not these hackneyed regurgitations from the bellies of the greedy.
Folks, how long are we going to keep dogs like these in office? We have no choice on Bush, since no one has the guts to impeach him, but surely in the next cycle anyone who signs on to this amnesty band wagon should be voted out of office. The same greedy employers, some religious leaders and the ethnic lobbies are trying to change the will of the vast majority of American citizens who for years have asked for real reform and gotten bad legislation and lip service promises of reform. Disgusting.
Donald A. Collins [email him], is a freelance writer living in Washington DC and a former long time member of the board of FAIR, the Federation for American Immigration Reform. His views are his own.