"How did it come to pass that an opposition's measure of a president's foreign policy was all or nothing, success or "failure"? The answer is that the political absolutism now normal in Washington arrived at the moment--Nov. 7, 2000--that our politics subordinated even a war against terror to seizing the office of the presidency." - Daniel Henninger - WSJ 11/18/05
"the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts." - George Orwell

Wednesday, April 26, 2006


It's more than a bit frustrating to hear your elected officials speaking in terms that denigrate your view on a particular subject. President Bush and other politicos overgeneralize the "plight" of the "migrant worker," while claiming those in favor of stricter border enforcement and/or no "amnesty by any name" for illegal entrants to the U.S. are overgeneralizing the debate.

When the argument does its best to avoid the word "illegal" to refer to something as "illegal" it is a likely bet nothing is going to be resolved.

Thanks to Michelle Malkin we can add another argument to the debate when she asks "where's the compassion?" from those that are asking that very question in behalf of illegal aliens. Where's the compassion for the victims of "undocumented worker" Angel Resendiz?

Where's the compassion for those legally awaiting their acceptance into this nation? Where's the compassion for those that have a real concern about the border security of this nation and the enforcement of it's laws only to see lawmakers ignoring them for votes? Where is the reality check to those that think this will be taken lying down?

If you haven't skipped all my blather to go directly to the post by Michelle Malkin, the link is here as well.

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate.**

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