Monday, May 21, 2007

Editorial: "Why rush now on immigration bill?"

The unnamed Courier editor raises the bloody effigy of Ted Kennedy over his head to scare his tiny audience, but he collapses under the weight of his own rhetoric. Failing to mention that the other main sponsor of this bill is John Kyl and that it's supported by both St. McCain and the Current Resident puts the editor squarely in the center of the hooting platoon led by Russell Pierce. After stoking the fire for "immigration reform" for several years in a pathetically transparent attempt to stampede voters toward the Rs, suddenly now there's no hurry. Blaming the current Congress for the Preznit's massive deficit-spending rates a chuckle, as well.

Guys, you've been pandering to this reactionary put-up job for so long you've bought into the gag. The vast majority of Americans know that the situation is both complex and not an emergency, and so do you. Put a sock in it and let the adults get something done.


Anonymous said...

lmao. right on.

leftturnclyde said...

"those wonderful folks who have brought us an $8.8 trillion ($8,805,741,236,313) national debt"
Let us not forget that debt was produced by the previous conservative republican congress.
and what for.