Axis of Right

Three Native Rhode Islanders Commenting From the Right on Politics and Anything Else

Bush Actually Called it Amnesty!

Posted by Ryan on June 26, 2007

I knew it!  Dubya apparently belted out a major Freudian slip when he actually called the Senate’s immigration bill “amnesty” this morning.  I mean, it is Dubya, he really could have meant anything, but it’s just kind of funny.  I’m gonna miss him when he’s gone!

He said today that the status quo needs to change.  So, leave it up to the Washington bureaucrats to think that to solve a problem caused by an unenforced bureaucratic nightmare, we need a bigger, more encompassing unenforceable bureaucratic nightmare! 

Today or tomorrow they may try a cloture vote to end debate on this nightmare.  I’ve called my Senators, have you?  I gave New Jersey Senators Lautenberg and Menendez’s office a piece of my mind when I related this bill to new guns laws:  we don’t need a new law, everything we already need is already on the books, just enforce it!  But, my Senators are both Democrats so while futile, I made my voice heard!

Here’s a list of the Senate office phone numbers and addresses.  If you’re in a state with RINOs, nail them on this!  Below are some Senators local to my area:

New Jersey:  Frank Lautenberg (D) Bob Menendez (D)

New York:  Chucky Schmucky (D) She Who Must Not Be Named (Evil)

Rhode Island:  Sheldon Whitehouse (D) Jack Reed (D)

Massachusetts:  John F’in Kerry (D) Ted “Fins” Kennedy (D)

Pennsylvania:  Arlen Spector (RINO) Robert Casey (D)

Satirical picture aimed at the RNC linked from Free Republic user posts.

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