Illegal alliens and Libs to channel Bush

…just an experienced prediction

In a rare mention of current politics, George Bush weighed in — dipped his toe is more like it — on the “immigration” debate. (the problem is illegal aliens…not immigration)

He said he hopes for a “benevolent spirit”. Well, I’d hoped for a benevolent spirit in Washington for a long time, but to no avail. What’s that mean anyway?

1 – a : marked by or disposed to doing good
b : organized for the purpose of doing good
2 : marked by or suggestive of goodwill

Here’s the quote:

“I don’t intend to get involved in the politics or the specifics of policy, but I do hope there’s a positive resolution to the debate,” he said. “And I hope, during the debate, we keep a benevolent spirit in mind, and we understand the contributions immigrants make to our country.”

So by the time the 6 o’clock rolls around, liberals will be on their perches lecturing Repubs to heed the advice of George Bush and jump on their amnesty scheme. Just what you want to do if you have an illegal immigration problem, give them amnesty. But somehow Bush (and libs) should be granted wide berth using words like benevolent as a euphemism for amnesty, but they will scream about calling anything “amnesty”.

But wouldn’t following laws and enforcing borders actually be a form of goodwill for Americans? Wouldn’t upholding the Constitution be a goo-ood thing? Wouldn’t the government actually doing its job be considered a benevolent spirit? Wouldn’t dispensing with all the cute political tricks, and sneaky tactics be considered a benevolent work? And wouldn’t a good deed be to stop demonizing the American people for believing in a nation of laws, not men? I think it would.

And, on the subject, why is it our legislators and government stomp all over the benevolence of the people at every opportunity?

If George does not “intend” to get involved….why is he? What say George about the current Pres acting like king to grant amnesty for illegals? No comment on that but he sticks his nose in the tent now — with no intentions of course. Tell the Dems and libs not to use your bubbling thoughts to attack conservatives and Americans.

Here’s more of what he said:

In his comments, Bush noted the importance of upholding current immigration laws. “We’re also a nation of laws. And we must enforce our laws. America can be a lawful society and a welcoming society at the same time,” he said.

“We can uphold our tradition of assimilating immigrants, and honoring our heritage of our nation built on the rule of law. But we have a problem. The laws governing the immigration system aren’t working; the system is broken,” Bush said.

Much of that will be ignored anyway, he supplied the necessary soundbite. I liked the quiet former pres better. George, I’m glad you helped them out with their talking points.

So what shall we name any new policy?
I know, how about “Leave no illegal immigrant behind”? Sound like a plan, W?

Ref: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/10/george-w-bush-immigration_n_3573229.html?icid=maing-grid7

5 comments on “Illegal alliens and Libs to channel Bush

  1. pepperhawk says:

    Bull,

    I was so disappointed to hear Bush say this, but not surprised. After all he tried to get an amnesty bill passed and the public flew into a rage and got it stopped. I think many Americans are feeling too weary and hopeless to fight another one. I’ve signed all the petitions once again against it. But it will all be for nothing. If the House and Senate can’t come to a good bill that secures the borders first and foremost and make sure it is carried out, the King will just order it by decree. He is the King after all.

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    • bullright says:

      Pepp, you hit it dead on. Thanks. They could be wearing us down. We all remember Hill-care for Pete’s sake. Why is it all our opposition. whether its terrorists or Marxists, keep coming back probing and probing? As Lenin said, ‘probe with bayonets. If you encounter mush, proceed.’ I think our most vulnerable point is when we think we defeated something. But they do not give up. And we get little help from our reps who wear down faster than we do. Its depressing to keep score.

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      • pepperhawk says:

        Bull, they are wearing us down bit by bit. And I’m sure that is a on purpose, a thousand cuts and plenty of war against us. I find it difficult to remain positive lately. I try not to lose hope but the constant barrage against us and taking our freedoms away is starting to make me feel like a trapped animal.

        There is plenty of mush that’s for sure. I know I used to put up petitions on FB when I spent any time on there ( I don’t any longer) and people would say “what good does it do”). They already felt defeated in the king’s first term. You can imagine how people feel now.

        I’ll keep fighting but it does get so wearisome. I haven’t been writing as much on my blog because lately I can’t get up the energy I used to have. But, I’ve been sick a lot since June and my energy level is worn to a frazzle. Now I’m heat sick all day long. I feel rotten again. I do try to keep up with your blog, although I missed many of your articles in June, but I did read them from my email alerts.

        But, sometimes I get too overwhelmed with everything. I only would like to breathe some fresh air and go back to what our country once was.

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        • bullright says:

          Pepp, I hear you there, I appreciate the comments and reads. Sometimes it sure feels like a big mountain we’re up against. And if its worth it? Well, we defeated their amnesty plan once and then whamo its right back in our face. Every episode it seems like the elected get more aggressive – not us –in their schemes against us.

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          • pepperhawk says:

            Bull,

            I’m not done fighting but I do feel mighty weary. The war against us is every damn day and sometimes shocks several times a day. It’s torture on us, but the King won’t allow “torture” on the detainees if one considers it torture. They get treated better than us.

            Yes, you’re right. We get something taken down such as the amnesty bill and the next thing we’ve got it back in our faces and even in worse form.

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