Tuesday, May 16, 2006

New Blog Renter

Let's all give a warm San Francisco Liberal welcome to my latest blog renter, Shooting in the Dark. According to his blog description, his blog "represents the random thoughts of a man who is beginning to move slightly to the other side of the fulcrum of life. Middle-aged crazy with responsibilities..." Since I don't have time to post about Bush's little play to the loonie base last night, here's what my new tennant has to say about it:
After saying that his greatest moment as President was catching a really big fish, President Bush continued that theme today by introducing his new Immigration Policy and declaring an end to "Catch and Release"....

The Feckless Leader also mentioned one alternative for illegal immigrants....come to America, get "deported to Iraq" and then become a citizen. Bush cited one soldier who came to this Country illegally, went to War and was seriously injured. Bush was "proud" to stand next to this soldier who had so valiantly "defended" a Country that he longed to join as this soldier claimed his citizenship.

Immediately, Lou Dobbs called Bush's plan Amnesty and ridiculed the placement of National Guard troops on the border to assist border patrol agents with everything but enforcement measures. This after President Bush gutted the Border Patrol in budget cuts.

Somebody call a taxidermist.
Please give Shooting in the Dark some blog love by clicking that link in the right hand column.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Illegal immigrants are just victims. It's not their fault for wanting a better life. We should grant amnesty to them all. If they need to go on welfare right away, then put them on welfare. If they commit crimes, then we should look the other way, at least for awhile, until they can get on their feet. That family of three were wrong to anger that poor illegal Nicaraguan immigrant. He didn't want to murder them, but they made him do it. We should be more sympathetic to him. He is a true American hero.

8/16/2008 10:07:00 PM  

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