U.S. Mexico border fence
"Unfortunately, neither the previous administration nor this administration nor the Congress has done a good job of enforcing the border," --Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
President Bush is spending his political capital on Capitol Hill today attempt to twist arms, as it where, to convince the people that he has called scare mongers, unpatriotic and xenophobes.
One problem Mr. President you can’t enforce this Comprehensive Immigration Reform legislation. How do I know.
It’s very simple your administration and administrations before you could not enforce the simple laws that are already on the books and you could not deliver on your promise to build a fence to stop the invasion of millions of Mexican Nationals who intend to do a weaponless take over of these United States of America.
May 17, 2006 The Senate voted 83-16 in favor of construction of 370 miles of triple- layered fencing along the Mexican border and 500 miles of vehicle barriers but to date no fence. Which is lending to the continued distrust of Congress that most Americans are feeling.
In spite of current laws there are upwards of 20 million illegal aliens plus their anchor babies and their family members who have entered into this country. These foreign invaders have sat up squatter rights to citizenship and voter rights all which you Mr. President and Congress are all to happy to dole out like the free welfare, public schooling and medical care that you already make possible for these law breakers
June 12, 1987, Ronald Reagan stood in front of the Berlin Wall and spoke six words that resonated deeply with millions who endured Soviet domination throughout Europe and among proponents of democracy around the world. "Mr. Gorbachev," Reagan said firmly, with a hint of anger and a flash of indignation, "tear down this wall."-- Kenneth T. Walsh, U.S. News.com
If you plain to change the minds of your constituents Mr. President you’ll have to do the hard work of keeping promises passed. Build the Fence that Congress promised, stop the violation of United States sovereignty by the 8,000 illegal border crossings per day and enforce the laws that are presently on the books on employers of illegals.
And Mr. President if you wish to grant amnesty then let it be first with American citizens, President Bush you need to pardon Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos two border patrol agents who are now imprisoned for attempting to enforce the U.S. border against your wishes.
The difference between you and President Reagan Mr. President is that President Reagan’s call for the tearing down of the Berlin wall was for America’s interest.
On the other hand your call for amnesty is against America’s interest and profits big business only.
Mr. President put up our FENCE!