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Hope everyone had a safe but fun 4th of July, thanks to the men and women of the armed services who help ensure that freedom.
It’s been a few days since I have blogged, been busy with real world issues, but today I have a little time to get a few things off my chest.
Happily the Kennedy/Bush amnesty bill has finally died. It’s hard to believe that the bozos that are sitting in DC are not listening to the American people, people who do not want amnesty, who do not want a flood of millions of more family members to influx into this country. For conservatives, the Presidents action on this bill will be the legacy he is remembered for, for him to support blanket amnesty is a slap in the face to the conservatives who have supported him for two terms. His failure to protect our borders, is a glaring fault that cannot be ignored. While many on the left and who suffer from BDS will point to Iraq, which in all honesty has not worked out very well for him also, the border is the most important issue facing America, and the President and the rest of the DC politicians don’t really care.
One of the funnier moments was the Scooter Libby issue. The president communicated his sentence, that does not mean he was not guilty, that he still must pay his fine, which he has, he will still have to be on parole and finally he will still have a criminal record. But the left went bonkers, all the typical players came out of the woodwork to condemn what was done, but the one that made me laugh the hardest was Hillary Clinton have a hissey fit about it. I guess she has forgotten that her on again off again husband pardoned 211 criminals in his last week in office which included 149 on his final day. Here is a little help for you Hillary, the president just set it so Scooter did not have to serve prison time, while your husband allowed hundreds of criminals to go free.
And finally we have another saga in probably one of the worse presidential candidates in a long time, John Edwards, while he provides daily laughs it’s hard to believe he is still in the race. This is a man who speaks of two Americas, a man who have a house the size of a small state, a man who gets paid $75,000 to give a talk on poverty and a man who has new fear of paying his next mortgage payment as he spends $400 on haircuts. But what is really funny about this man is that he talks of two Americas, what does he really know about the other one? How can someone who has his hair stylist fly somewhere on the campaign trail to meet his client, charging $300 to $500 for each cut, plus the cost of airfare and hotels when he had to travel outside California. One even cost $1,250 because he traveled to Atlanta and lost two days of work. John working Americans don’t relate to you and we know that there is no way you can relate to us.