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    In case his poll numbers are not low enough, Bush will address the country on Monday to push for amnesty. On May 1st illegal Immigrants demonstrated that they hate Bush despite his push for amnesty. Bush's only remaining supporters are people that are against amnesty and this will be the final straw for them. Bush could become the first President in American history to have a 0 % approval rating.

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    In case his poll numbers are not low enough, Bush will address the country on Monday to push for amnesty. On May 1st illegal Immigrants demonstrated that they hate Bush despite his push for amnesty. Bush's only remaining supporters are people that are against amnesty and this will be the final straw for them. Bush could become the first President in American history to have a 0 % approval rating.

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    • #3
      Regarding the illegal immigrant's protest, I thought it was poorly planned out. Yes they got the people there, they got them to wear white shirts, however, they did not have any first aid stations (with all of those people there, they should have planned for some mishaps), they also should have hired off duty policemen, security. But no, as usual, they relied on Americans to take care of any unforseen problems. I wonder how much money the protest cost American's ?!

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      • #4
        Jeff, Shut up dude. You sound like a typical american, idot.

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        • #5
          Regarding the illegal immigrant's protest, I thought it was poorly planned out.
          You are right about that one.

          Read what I wrote in regards the day before it took place:


          http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/.../m/88710642331

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          • #6
            Antivirus, you sound like a typical angry illegal alien.

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            • #7
              American need mexican so that their food, hotel, etc are kept cheap. Now our president needs them to keep his party in office and help him get out of the hole he and his party has dug. Now you tell me who has more power? Its sad that the president and his party has to go to the immigration topic to save their a s s e s.

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              • #8
                Actually, it looks like illegal aliens and their supporters are getting ready to counter Bush's speech, presumably the tighter enforcement provisions. That's going to really help him out.

                http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...051400745.html

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                • #9
                  I LIKE THIS ****STER DIAZ , HEHEHEHE , ****HEAD IS SUCCESSFULLY CREATING A "STUPID D U M B A S S RADICAL" IMAGE FOR ****STERS - THUS HELPING US TO TURN THE PUBLIC SENTIMENTS AGAINST THE CAUSE OF ****STERS !!!

                  PRAISE BE TO POOSPTERS LIKE DIAZ - THEY ARE THE BEST ALLIES OF WWW.FAIRUS.ORG AND WILL DEFINITELY HELP US DERAIL THE ****-WORKER AMNESTY PROGRAM OF ANY KIND !!!

                  HURRAY, ****STER-DIAZ, HURRAY !!!

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                  • #10
                    Amnesty...(the new bad word...much like "libral")

                    Definition: Amnesty

                    n 1: a period during which offenders are exempt from punishment 2: a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense [syn: pardon] 3: the formal act of liberating someone [syn: pardon, free pardon] v : grant a pardon to (a group of people)

                    A general pardon granted by a government, especially for political offenses

                    (This is political alright!)

                    I don't think the Senate proposal is an "Amnesty" like the last immigration act in 1986 was...this one calls for fines, "get -in-line" which means the paperwork will take 10 years, etc...

                    I think the last one passed with relative ease because Reagan was so powerful and his 2nd term poll numbers were NOT in the thirties....

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                    • #11
                      This is an amnesty, all right. Forgiving someone for breaking the law is one thing; giving them what they broke the law for is quite another. And you can talk about "penalties" all you want, but ask legal immigrants if they'd like to be able to wait and work here legally in the US while their "papers" come through. Those "penalties" are not penalties at all--the illegal alien is simply paying a fee (one that legal aliens also must pay) and gets a preferred position--here, in this country, working.

                      The last amnesty was also billed as the first, last, and only amnesty, and enforcement of the laws, especially against employers, was promised but didn't materialize. That's why this one is having such a hard time--we already know that amnesties don't end illegal immigration, and in fact, add to both legal and illegal immigration. We also know that amnesties are expensive--most of those needing amnesty are working poor, and under amnesty would be eligible for means-tested programs that they aren't as illegal aliens. And MOST IMPORTANTLY, we know that this administration and some previous ones don't want to enforce the laws because they're too beholden to special interests, including employers who donate to both parties. Which is why Mr. Bush can posture all he wants about sending NG troops to the border, but no one will believe that he really intends to close the borders, or do anything substantive to stop illegal immigration. It's another "photo op", like him landing on the carrier during the early days of the Iraq War. How long do you think it will be before we see him with the BP and NG in Texas?

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