Tribute to the Military

Thursday, May 31, 2007

When you can't debate, call names. Very grown-up, eh?

Dear President Bush,

I have supported you on almost every issue. I have also been a United States citizen my entire life. So was my Mom and Dad. My Mother is Mohawk, and my Father is Armenian. His parents escaped Stalin...legally. We love this country and all her citizens. Well, almost all. We don't really care too much for the criminals. Actually, it's the crimes we don't care for, the criminal is still a child of God. I do belong to Chuck Colson's Prison Ministry.

How dare you call me a racist. I expect an apology from you. You, of all people, ought to know better. Your Mother taught you better than that. So you are backed into a corner because more than two-thirds of the country believe in a small thing known as Sovereignty. That does not give you the right to demean us. By the way, have you even read the bill yet?

Yes, we disagree with you. So do the anti-Americans! You show them more respect, and you give them a platform that is tearing this country apart! They are also giving aid and comfort to the enemy, but do you prosecute them? NO! You praise them.

This is not a difficult problem. All you have to do is ENFORCE the LAWS already on the books. Instead, you have tied the hands of the border control. Let one or two of them try to do their job, and they get thrown in prison for ten and eleven years respectfully! That is not respect. That is cowardice. You are allowing people who have no right to be here have a vote.

What you are doing, sir, in essense, is giving amnesty without represention. Do you remember what happened the last time the American people were this angry over taxation without represention?

Have a good day, and God bless you. May He move your heart to do the right thing according to the Constitution of the United States.

Update: Will this guy get a z-visa?
On October 15, 2006, a young Saudi Arabian male named Anwar Al——,* (His full name will not be used for legal reasons) claiming to be an engineering student at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, presented what must have been false documents to United States Customs and Immigration (CIS) at an east coast airport and managed to slip into the country illegally. This is something that is not easily done: for a citizen of Saudi Arabia to get into the United States to attend an institution of higher learning requires the scrutiny of multiple, Cabinet level federal agencies. Customs was the last line in a series of Homeland Security controls that began halfway around the world at the US Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Anyone who has picked up a newspaper since September 11, 2001 understands why this is the procedure: fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers were Saudi nationals. [Continue reading.]
After all, he arrived here before January 1, 2007...

Hat tip: LGF.

3 comments:

Bos'un said...

Good Post. Thanks Rosemary. Have a great blogging day.

Rosemary said...

Thank you! So you do check in every now and then, eh? lol. I was starting to wonder. Oh, that's right. You've been very busy. I'm looking to move myself. Probably to Texas. I miss it there. Have a great day!

Bos'un said...

Cindy is selling Camp Casey. Why don't you buy it and set up a REAL tribute to AMERICA. God bless the United States of America and the men and women who serve in the armed forces.

Have a good day.

Bosun