Monday, November 14, 2005

Why Bush's Trust Numbers are Down Around His Ankles

So much for "We do not torture". Apparently Hadley imagines situations where terrorists won't just make stuff up to tell us what we want to hear.

Why are coerced confessions inadmissable in court? Because we know they're not worth a damn.

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Blogger Demotiki said...

Some of Bush's lowest approval ratings come on his wasteful big-government spending and his policies which encourage illegal immigration. Voters are starting to realize that the private sector creates jobs, not Republican big government and that the massive borrowing has negative consequences for the economy. Voters also feel that illegal immigration is a great way for terrorists to get into the country. What use is it checking all the planes when millions of undocumented aliens enter the US every year. The guest worker program ought to be called, the guest-terrorist program. Great idea Bush!

Monday, November 14, 2005 6:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't know where the anti-immigrant rant came from, there, andrew?

Bush's trust numbers are down coz he lies too much.

Monday, November 14, 2005 8:46:00 PM  
Blogger Demotiki said...

Why are arguments for LEGAL immigration equated with "anti-immigration?" Surely you do not contend that we should allow any and all illegals to come and stay in America, taking jobs away from predominantly black and latino unskilled laborers?

Arguments against meaningful limits on immigration are extremely anti-progressive and harmful to those Americans we should be working hardest to protect.

Additionally, the terror threat posed by a complete lack of immigration controls is a real an present danger. The vast majorities of Americans realize this fact and want their government to do something to protect the borders. Historically, nations that were either unwilling or unable to protect their borders didn't last long. Let's hope we wise up in time.

Monday, November 14, 2005 10:41:00 PM  

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