Sunday, March 26, 2006

Immigration protest turns violent in Munster Indiana

This article was written by Jerry Davich from nwitimes.com. A link to the story is below, PLEASE go and check it out!

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I think the next few weeks are going to be absolutely critical for The Republican Party and for America. It is incredible that 300,000 people marched in Chicago in support of illegal aliens last week and that 500,000 people marched in LA yesterday in support of illegal aliens...

The anti-Iraq war protests cannot come up with anywhere near this many people...

This topic will be one of the main topics in The Senate this week. I suggest you pay attention to it carefully. Here is what is going to happen:

The 2008 Presidential hopefuls are already posturing.
Bill Frist has come out backing a crackdown on illegal aliens.
Hillary Clinton and John McCain have already come out in favor of ANOTHER amnesty plan.

There will be a showdown on illegal immigration. There will be a lot of posturing and rhetoric that will have little meaning. This topic will split both The Republican Party and The Republican Base. I 100% feel that the vast majority of Republican voters are in favor of cracking down on illegal immigration.

The Republican Party will backstab them, again...

I think The Republican Party will once again COMPROMISE and FLIP FLOP on this issue.

My prediction is they will pass some VERY watered down legislation and not make a decision since it is an election year.

If they setup some new legislation it will not be enforced and it will be useless.

What do you think?

Mike Sylvester

5 comments:

Mike Kole said...

Mike- I do not think the Republican Party will take any position on immigration. One thing you can count on these days from Republicans, and Democrats for that matter, is a lack of party cohesion on message. Both parties drift wherever the breeze seems to take them, and are devoid of solid positions. So, the GOP won't so much flip-flop as flop around like a fish out of water.

CoffeeBigPlz said...

They make (with businesses that support them) too much money off of the illegals.

Tim Zank said...

I think the INS missed an outstanding opportunity to pick up and deport about a million people in one place. 'Spose we could get them ALL to protest again in one spot?

LP Mike Sylvester said...

Tim Zank we sure do think alike on this one...

INS knows exactly where the illegals are, the governemnt does NOT want to deport them...

Mike Sylvester

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