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Bush Loses Again on Immigration

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on June 28th, 2007 9:46 am by HL

Apparently George W. Bush still does not realize how much he is poison to the Republican party as well as the nation. Bush confidentally predicted a couple of weeks ago that he would see reporters at the signing ceremony for his immigration bill. Bush’s own people however are no longer cowering in fear at whatever Bush says he wants. (the democrats still are of course)
Bush is the lamest of lame ducks. Too bad we couldn’t do something to get him out early as the next year and a half will be wasted in terms of getting anything meaningful done. Meanwhile the war in Iraq will rage on until Bush is finally dragged out of office. I think Bush was so hot on this immigration bill because it was a way to keep Iraq off the front pages. I have not seen any stories on Iraq in a couple of days now in the MSM, and even the blogs are starting to not pay as much attention anymore. Bush realizes that he is a failure in everything he does and he was hoping to at least have this one thing to point to as a success. Sorry Geogre, absolute failure sucks absolutely, and so do you.

Senate blocks immigration bill

WASHINGTON – The Senate drove a stake Thursday through President Bush’s plan to legalize millions of unlawful immigrants, likely postponing major action on immigration until after the 2008 elections.

After the stinging political setback, Bush sounded resigned to defeat.

“Legal immigration is one of the top concerns of the American people, and Congress’ failure to act on it is a disappointment,” he said after an appearance in Newport, R.I. “A lot of us worked hard to see if we couldn’t find common ground. It didn’t work.”

2 Responses to “Bush Loses Again on Immigration”

  1. bob h Says:

    The Republican interest in immigration generally did not go beyond having a diversionary issue for 2006, and the opportunity it provided to scapegoat a nonwhite, defenseless minority.

  2. ghost walker Says:

    This is just about the only issue that i will condem Bush over but it is nice to see that the voice of america can still be heard, I for one am jumping with joy over the fact it was shooted it the rump