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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Friday, October 06, 2006


While President Bush is out campaigning on the issues for the upcoming midterm elections, the country, thanks to the drive by media, is focused on Foleygate tarring and feathering Republican leadership. Is Bush's words being heard? Who knows - the Demos are hoping not. He's calling the Demos soft on terror, and they don't like it. But, look at the facts. The Democrats have attempted to block the measures designed to protect us. Democrats have talked tough on terrorism, trying to convince the American people, but they have not delivered one damn thing towards protecting U. S. citizens. You have to judge them by their actions, not their words.

Bush just signed the annual homeland-security spending bill. This bill will provide for the installation of 700 miles of fences along the U.S.-Mexico border and will provide for an increase in the number of Border Patrol officers to 14,800, while also expanding detainment facilities for illegal aliens. This has gone largely uncovered by the media. They are too busy with other things right now.

The Dems mostly were opposed to the fence amendment signed by the Pres. Bush. But that's not all. They stood in the way of renewing the Patriot Act last year, stood in the way of enacting legislation for terrorist surveillance, and, let's not forget, were opposed to having military tribunals where we could interrogate and try terrorist suspects. All they have to offer is, "We need to do it "smarter and better." Oh, yippee.


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