Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Is It Alive?

Former Senator Walking Arlen Specter

Senator or mad scientist? No just a “Former Senator Walking,” meaning that the good people of Pennsylvania should do the country a favor and recall Arlene Specter at best but at the very least Pennsylvanians need to look for a Republican challenger for the Senate seat in their state, Arlen Specter’s seat.

Specter who first gain notoriety by chairing the Senate Judiciary Committee and making it harder for Republican judicial nominees than present chairman Patrick Leahy, D-VT ever could is again show his lack of understanding of what it means to be a Republican.

In a complete act of senility or rather general political incompetence Arlen Specter is attempting to dig up and revive the Immigration bill.

That’s right the one bill that split President Bush from the base of the Republican Party, the one issue that will guarantee Republican disaster in 2008 Senator Specter has dug it up like a dog retrieving a buried bone. Like a dog returning to his own vomit Senator Specter is on the verge of offering a new immigration reform package.

Not only is Specter waving this corpse of a bill around in the faces of Republicans, he like Mary Shelley’s Dr. Victor van Frankenstein, is doing patch work surgery on this monstrosity of Immigration reform in an attempt to revive it from the dead.

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s senior Republican said on Thursday that he is on the verge of offering a new immigration reform package, making significant changes that could win over recalcitrant members from both parties.

Specter believes that cutting out the controversial “Z visa” program, which would have granted the nation’s 12 million illegal immigrants immediate citizenship will make his bill appealing to Republicans. Removing the Z visa would stop conservatives from seeing this bill as “amnesty.” But he would leave intact the family reunification standard that this spring’s defunct immigration bill partially replaced with a skills-based system.

Family reunification is Democrat speak for if a Mexican national manages to sneak into the United States and if he or she establishes his or her self, once the United States grants these Illegal aliens some type of legal status through Senator Specter’s proposed bill the Mexican national would have the right to legally bring in Mexican family members, mothers, fathers, children, and various other immediate family members. This would result in exponential Hispanic population growth, 20 million illegals would multiple into 80 million and up in a matter of years.

Specter’s efforts are meant to remove the illegal status of 12 to 20 million Mexican nations who are in this country illegally. Specter wishes them to be no longer perceived as fugitives from justice. The Senator has admitted that this is an attempt to bring Mexican nationals who are in this country illegally out of the shadows so that they will no longer have to fear deportation which is the normal consequence of their illegal act.

Senator Specter you are so gone this next election cycle and believe me you will not be missed!


  1. Anonymous6:15 AM

    The best hope of getting rid of Specter is for the people of Pa. to find someone who can beat him in the next Primary! Recall is a futile exercise! Here is why:

    The United States Constitution expressly establishes the exclusive qualifications for congressional office, sets the specific length of terms for Members of the House and for Senators, and places the authority within each House of Congress to judge the elections and qualifications of, and to discipline and remove, its own Members. These provisions of the United States Constitution, with respect to federal officials, have supremacy over State laws and provisions, and State laws in conflict with such constitutional provisions have been found by the courts in the past to be invalid. Although the language of some State recall laws might be broad enough to include Members of Congress, or might even explicitly include such federal officers, such statutes would not appear to be effective in overriding the provisions of the United States Constitution with regard to terms of office, elections and removal of Members.

    As to removal by recall, the United States Constitution does not provide for nor authorize the recall of United States officers such as Senators, Representatives, or the President or Vice President, and thus no Member of Congress has ever been recalled in the history of the United States. The recall of Members was considered during the time of the drafting of the federal Constitution in 1787, but no such provisions were included in the final version sent to the States for ratification, and the specific drafting and ratifying debates indicate an express understanding of the Framers and ratifiers that no right or power to recall a Senator or Representative from the United States Congress exists under the Constitution. Although the Supreme Court has not needed to directly address the subject of recall of Members of Congress, other Supreme Court decisions, as well as the weight of other judicial and administrative decisions, rulings and opinions, indicate that the right to remove a Member of Congress before the expiration of his or her constitutionally established term of office is one which resides exclusively in each House of Congress as established in the expulsion clause of the United States Constitution.

  2. Looks like Specter and the ACLU have something in common.They hide behind the Constitution while doing their best to bring this country down.

  3. Anonymous9:52 PM


    Where have you been hiding? I have been trying to post again to your blog under the my new Moniker, Bydlo. Somehow, the word validator doesn't work when I post. It don't work here either.


  4. Hey MD,

    I'm not sure what's wrong. Sounds like a problem with this website, maybe. You may have to start a new Google account and see what happens. The word verification sometimes takes a couple of tries when I go to post here so I suspect it could be a problem with this website.