It's Amnesty stupid!
John A. Quayle
blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Wed May 30 22:54:38 MDT 2007
At 12:31 AM 5/31/2007, Bernie Willis wrote:
>It shows how out of control this Monster has become. By and for the people????
What I cannot seem to comprehend is WHY we Americans, sit
idly by and take it? Do we or don't we keep sending the same basic
trash to DC every Election Day? I'm mystified..............what's it
gonna take?!? There's an old adage that goes something like, "brain
damage is defined as doing the same thing over and over, but
expecting different results."
>On Wed, 30 May 2007 17:09:50 -0700 William White
><<mailto:wbbanjo at YAHOO.COM>wbbanjo at YAHOO.COM> writes:
>That the Congress would even consider passing such a flawed bill is
>Dennis Putnam <dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET> wrote:
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>At 03:35 PM 5/30/2007, you wrote:
> >The switchboards of Congress are lighting up with constituents
> >calling their elected representatives and screaming to them about
> >this "Amnesty" bill. Members of Congress wish to use the "L" word,
> >that being "Legalization". If the President signs the bill in it's
> >current form, then the President is "condoning" illegal activity. He
> >is giving them absolution for their sins. God and the Pope can
> >provide absolution, not the President or Congress. What say you?
> >Richard W [If you should reply to the list ref this topic, please CC
> >me. Thanks!]
>Fortunately this bill is looking more an more doomed. If it gets
>through the Senate and that is not a given any more, it will not get
>through the house in its present form. The worse news is that if this
>bill is killed, as it should be, it will then be more of the same.
>I'm afraid nothing will happen until another 9/11 or two.
>P.S. It is little publicized but this bill also has a provision that
>will result in the release of some 20,000+ violent criminals.
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