**scroll for updates...100 million new immigrants over the next 20 years???...Sen. Sessions' analysis of Senate sellout: up to 217.1 million new legal immigrants will be cleared to immigrate into the United States over the next 20 years, a number equal to 66 percent of the total current population of the United States.***Excuse me. The current population of Mexico is about 106 million, that of Canada about 32 million. Where are those 217 million folks going to come from? Does Malkin think Mexico is going to let 10 million foreigners a year pass through from South America? This stuff is b*llsh*t, Malkin needs to get a brain.
Here's a rant I can get behind.
You want fatigue? Try being a military dependent. Most of the people I know are going on their third tour and some are sweating out a fourth, and when they are home the guys I know are putting in sixteen to eighteen hours-sorry Michelle Malkin they don't even now about "The Invasion" they've got other stuff on their plate. But that isn't the tiring part.
It's internet bloggers such as Michelle Malkin and the rest of the bloggers in her pyramid of power structure deciding that the poop in her shorts-which changes color weekly must be addressed immediately!!!
Ya and all Wretchard has for us is a whisper-how brave. Meanwhile the intellectual beard for all this Victor Davis Hanson can't remember what he's been lecturing Liberals about for years now-PRIORITIES. Not when it comes to his cause bete noire-Mexifornia-suddenly he is silent on what the worst case scenario is-and it ain't flippin' Mexicans coming over here to work with the criminal intent of trying to make a better future for themselves
And it continues. Umm umm, You go girl.
John Hinderaker opines:
President Bush is being destroyed by vicious people who hate him. So far, he hasn't seemed to notice. Apparently, he doesn't think he needs any allies. He certainly didn't win any with tonight's speech.Does this man have any sense of irony? OK, John, take your toys and go home, what else would a good ally do?
Geez, Bush isn't a great guy for rallying the troops, but one would think that all these conservatives could manage a bit more individual responsibility. The best criticism that I have seen so far is Hugh Hewitt remarking that Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security Julie Myers hadn't gotten the message. I didn't hear the interview, but if what Hugh says is true it illustrates one of Bush's defects: inability to get his people in line from top to bottom and firing those who can't manage the job. The guy is not ruthless enough in plying the lash and getting folks on message.
Terrye says in the comments:
I listened to Bush's speech and he said that the fence will be a combination of barriers and technology. Hugh has maintained that nothing short of 2,000 miles of physical fence will do and I am not sure that he understands how long that would take. It could be that the person he talked to just did not understand what he was getting at.OK, I should probably keep my mouth shut about things I haven't heard/seen. It could be that Myers' main fault was not knowing what Hugh was looking for.
Know what I really want to say to all whiners and moaner? I want to say Listen up, kids, don't make me come back there.