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Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
A nation is not long to hold its sovereignty if it has no control of its borders, and we have no control of our borders. One would think that the prudent thing to do is to close the borders and control immigration. But instead, this guy seems to have intentions of handing the keys to the country over to Vicinte Fox. What gives?
Originally posted by BlackJackal
If you would notice Bush went uber conservative near reelection time and right after the election went ultra liberal. I don't like it one bit.
"Mexico and the United States are more than neighbors," Bush said as he and Fox stood side by side at a news conference. "We are partners in building a safer, more democratic and more prosperous hemisphere."
Originally posted by FredT
When i think real ultra conservative, I come up with the John Birch Society. Now that right wing
Originally posted by Toelint
The problem isn't open borders...the problem is allowing those who come across to continue their old "where ever they're from" ways and NOT pounding into them that THEY'RE AMERICANS NOW!!
[edit on 14-12-2004 by Toelint]
Originally posted by xpert11
Perhaps we need to redifine what a consertive is perhaps consertives to spend up big.
If Reagan wasnt a consertive who was the last consertive leader in the whitehouse? Herbert Hoover?
Originally posted by Amorymeltzer
absolutely right. people often make the mistake of calling bush a conservative, but when you examine the facts of both, he is most definitely NOT a conservative. still, its an easy term as 'opposite of a liberal' which we are all (apparently) very familiar with.
glad to see the forum off to the right start