Well you have to give Bush some credit...

Discussion in 'Politics' started by gunslinger, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. I am not a Bush fan, nor a republican and def not for the Pat Act.

    However, no matter how much you despise the current administration, you have to give them credit that there has been no terrorism in th US since 9/11. No planes, nukes, dirty bombs etc...There hasnt even been a suicide bomber that walked into a sports arena or shopping mall and blew himself up.

    For all the videos and threats there have been over the last 5 years, I give the gov a helluva lot of credit protecting our borders.
    Cant there possibly be an argument against this?
  2. bsmeter


    That's because the Bush government did 9/11. Now all they'll need to do is milk that for the next 10 generations to keep on getting elected. Did I hear "Jebby" is running for president next? :D

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    And no one buys your fake bullshit on how you're "not a Bush fan". You probably bend over for him every night!! Hahahahhaha!!! :D
  3. Yes, give him credit - more Americans died in Iraq than on 9/11.

    Do you get credit for not screwing up again after one major screwup? Read Bob Woodward's "State of Denial."
  4. achilles28


    Wow. You are totally out of touch.

    2,000 illegals enter the country a day.

    No guards.

    No fence.

    No barrier.

    You must have scored real high on that iq test, eh?
  5. I use the term "protecting our borders" in reference to terrorists. When 911 happened most of the people I spoke with were scared even to goto NYC. You saw coumtless people buying gasmasks etc...yet much to the dismay of the fanatics (I use this term in reference to the Muslims and ETers) nothing has happened. Got to give props for that.

    Oh and by the way, how do you know that 2000 illegeals enter the US each day. I mean if they are doing it illegaly that how are they counted?
  6. Pabst


    What does illegal immigration have to do with Bush?

    Has Congress allocated increased funding for a fence?

    Ever hear of the Posse Comitatus Act?

    Perhaps it's YOU with the diminished I.Q.

    "The Posse Comitatus Act is a United States federal law (18 U.S.C. § 1385) passed in 1878 after the end of Reconstruction. The Act was intended to prohibit Federal troops from supervising elections in former Confederate states. It generally prohibits Federal military personnel and units of the United States National Guard under Federal authority from acting in a law enforcement capacity within the United States, except where expressly authorized by the Constitution or Congress. The Posse Comitatus Act and the Insurrection Act substantially limit the powers of the Federal government to use the military for law enforcement."

    In other words: unless a Governor asks for U.S. troops to enter his state for border patrol, it's ILLEGAL. ONLY Governors may deploy their OWN national Guard for this duty (as is presently occurring). Now if you want to stretch the law and claim migrant workers are "foreign invaders" then be my guest.....
  7. Looks like we're talking to a real retard here.

    From wikipedia
  8. Wait, this thread was trying to claim credit for Bush for "protecting the border."

    Never mind, you've been known to have trouble with logic...
  9. Pabst


    There's ZERO connection between "protected" borders and domestic terrorism. al-queda operatives swig Jack Daniels and live in swanky resort areas. What they DON'T do is swim across the Rio Grande.
  10. Wow u still call people retards, so i guess ur what 16?

    Anyway ur wik article is far from conclusive that 2000 illegal enter the US. That aside, that has absolutly nothing to do with the thread topic, but wahteva ur James Bond
    #10     Sep 30, 2006