Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Rant from a Disenfranchised Conservative

This is the most telling statement made by our President recently:

"The objective is, on the one hand, protect our borders, and on the other hand, never lose sight of the thing that makes America unique, which is we're a land of immigrants. ... We're not going to discriminate against people," Bush said.


Sounds to me like some fine fence-riding. On one hand, we got to get tough and protect our borders, while still rewarding those who have broken our laws to come here. NOT rewarding them and punishing them and those that hire them is apparently discrimination.

The premise that, "they are already here, so we may as well give them temporary work status" doesn't play with me. I liken it to giving 13 year olds condoms because, "well, they are curious and will probably have intercourse anyway, so they may as well do it in a safe manner."

Any reasonable person would agree that statement 2 is just a result of bad parenting, so what does that say for the angle President Bush is taking?

This is a bit of a rant, and for that I apologize. I am just frustrated because I voted for George Bush both terms and overall I am not satisfied with his track record.

Here's an interesting statement I found on Yahoo from El Presidente Vicente on the matter. Naturally, he was "concerned" that Bush was militarizing the border, as if that is in no way reasonable.

Bush also assured Fox that any military support would be administrative and logistical and would come from the National Guard and not the Army, according to a news release from Fox's office.


So we are going to have, no offense to those in our National Guard, a bunch of pencil pushers sent to the border to help stem the tide of illegal immigrants? Pardon me if I am not thrilled, but insulted at this obvious political gesture.

I have also been hearing a lot of comments around the blogosphere about Conservatives that are "deserting" President Bush over just this issue and the implication is that this is somehow disloyal. Let me make myself perfectly clear in this matter: I am not blindly loyal to ANY MAN, including our President. I voted for George W. Bush because I thought HE was conservative, but I was wrong. Big time.

I am calling out anyone who would like to show me ONE piece of legislation or spending initiative put forth by our President that shows he is a conservative at heart.

Those who would like to see this whole situation in its reality, you need a Biblical world view. Not a liberal, conservative, or independent one. If you understand the Bible prophesy about Global Governance and One World Government, suddenly all of what is happening begins to make perfect sense.

5 comments:

Cynthia said...

Interesting post. Although I never voted on Bush, we still should hold them accountable. And you are right, if you look at the policies of Bush, his spending is not conservative. Halliburton has also been awarded another $385 million to build detention camps. You never know what's up with this government, but something is surely in the making that we are not privy to.

Roderick said...

Calm down BF. Don't pop a blood vessel.

Although we will never see eye2eye ideologically we're in the same boat because there is only one party and it's the corporate party.

I think it's ironic that evangelicals' darling W is the one who is actually manifesting Big Brother in all of its horror, but I guess it shouldn't surprise anyone since Bush I was always overtly promoting the New World Order.

Spend more time with teens said...

Teenage sex as a function of "bad parenting?"

You must not spend time with a great number of teens attending school these days.

The correlation is not as strong as you seem to think, let alone as absolute as you seem to state it.

Bullfrog said...

The analogy was that giving them condoms instead of teaching them to not be active until a more responsible age is bad parenting. I have never believed in giving condoms to kids.

I am not sure how you got "Teenage sex as a function of "bad parenting?"" out of my statement, but am glad to see you are so passionate about the topic!

Swim said...

Don't blame me...I didn't vote for him-twice.


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