Thursday, March 16, 2006

What's that smell?

Kennedy-McCain immigration reform bill likely to pass Senate committee after recess
A bill that would give millions of illegal aliens in the United States the opportunity to earn citizenship is closer to becoming law today as members of the Senate Judiciary Committee signaled likely passage of a proposal by Sens. Edward Kenney, D-Mass., and John McCain, R-Ariz.

"The votes are there," said Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.



Nuff said.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I smell victory. Very good, very good.

So can we expect your site and other anti-immigrant sites to shut down after the bill passes?

MAX Redline said...

Cool photo!

Oh, anonymouse:

No, we'll just keep on - we're not "anti-immigrant", though I imagine that in your addled brain you figure that if you keep repeating the mantra it will somehow come true.

BEAR said...

anonymouse, you smell victory like I smell a freshly killed skunk on the road. To you it smells like home. To me it smells like the end of McCain's career.

Roger Doger said...

I guess everyone needs a cause max--where would you nativists be if you didn't have someone to scapegoat. Unlike "anonymouse" I will expect the anti-immigrant stench to be around for sometime.

Roger Doger said...

bear, it is clear you hate immigrants but be a little intellectually honest and admit you nativists are getting your asses kicked nationwide, not to mention in congress.

Bob said...

That's why it's going to take the INS four years just to look my in-law's residence applications.

The Kennedy-McCain bill is a betrayal of everyone who respects the law.

MAX Redline said...

Hey, Roger-Dodger, that's a really appropriate name!

Now I'm a "nativist"? What's up with that? Is this some new derogatory term for folks who think our laws should be enforced?

That's interesting. Let's take a look at the term:

it suggests an anti-immigration stance, when it has already been pointed out that nothing could be further from the truth.

Everyone who lives in North America and in South America are living there because of immigration. Over time, laws were developed to control the flow.

I think that people who follow our laws and enter the country legally should be embraced as companions and helped wherever reasonable and possible.

I think that people who disobey our laws have demonstrated that they are irresponsible and are therefore not deserving of support or respect in any way.

You got a problem with that?

Then YOU got a problem.

Anonymous said...

The population explosion resulting from Illegal Immigration is the United States only growth engine as our industry and resource harvesting economies have all but disappeared.

The unions, environmentalists, educators and government have killed America as we once knew it and now we must look for the Illegal Aliens (from all over the world) to lead our way as they simply ignore all the laws and limitations that we the Sheeple accept without question.

Scottiebill said...

Bob said thee Kennedy-McCain bill is a betrayal of everyone who respects the law. That is why Roger-Dodger likes it so much. He does not respect the law. He loves the illegal aliens. Notice how he never uses the term "illegal"? That is because it is not in his somewhat limited vocabulary. I wrote a couple of weeks ago that since Roger loves the illegals so much, he ought to take a couple of dozen into his home to feed and clothe. And he could set up a space in his garage or basement for their meth lab and to fence their burglarized loot. He could take time off from work (assuming that he actually does have a job) to drive his illegals to the DMV and the elections office for their illegal drivers licenses and illegal voter registrations so they can register as Dumocrats and vote for Guillermo Bradbury and Teddy the K, both aiders and abettors of the First Rank.