Friday, April 07, 2006

Medical Marvel! Man without Spine Stands Gives Press Conference – Commits Suicide!

Medical Marvel!  Man without Spine Stands Gives Press Conference – Commits Suicide!

Well, not quiiiiite a MEDICAL marvel, but – certainly – a moral one:  Putative Republican Senate Majority “Leader” (sic) gave a self-congratulatory press conference yesterday with several of his colleagues in which he announced with obvious pride that he had caved to the pro-amnesty side in the illegal immigration debate.

That’s right, just a few days ago, Frist was threatening to introduce border-security-only legislation in the Senate, and – now – he is happy that the Reids, Kennedys, McCains, and Specters had carried the day.

The big deal was that they had made a distinction: Those who had broken the law for the longest period of time were rewarded more than more recent transgressors!  Funny, how do what the left calls “undocumented workers” document how long they have been in this country ILLEGALLY?  (Sounds like a cruel April Fool’s joke on the American voters and taxpayers to me.)

That’s right: The folks who prefer the illegals over the citizens have carried the day in the Senate.

As Michael Savage likes to say on his show: The illegals are well represented in the Senate, but who will represent the average American citizen in the Senate.

Certainly not the spineless Mr. Frist, who has just committed political suicide, as far as any Presidential aspirations he may have held are concerned.

We have your number, Mr. Frist!  You are the original Harvey Milquetoast!

So, there we have it:  The President has long ago shown his true colors (red, white, and green!) on illegal immigration.  Now, the Senate has pledged its troth to the non-citizens of this country.

The only thing that stands between the American people and total perfidious betrayal by its elected “representatives” (sic) is Tom Tancredo and the House of Representatives – and the bravest guy (Tom Delay) over there just resigned!


Blogger TexasFred said...

Frist just showed his true side and I sent him an email this AM addressing it...

My email to Sen. Frist this AM...

Fri Apr 07, 07:18:00 AM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

texasfred - thank you for the comment and for sending jellyspine an email. (you probably hurt his feelings, however!) -- gunjam

Fri Apr 07, 04:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

gunjam, Tom DeLay is a criminal. Why would you support him in any way?

Fri Apr 07, 05:24:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

hi, elizabeth! Wait, elizabeth: Tom Delay has thus far only been indicted, with half of the original trumped-up charges against him thrown out before the trial has even begun. maybe you have spent too much time with your muslim friends, but -- here in America, we STILL believe in "innocent until PROVEN guilty." That has YET to happen in a court of law. DeLay's primary "crime" has to been to whip Democrat rear ends in a most painful and humiliating way -- and to have done so repeatedly. Where do you get your "Tom Delay is a criminal" posture? (Surely not from "watching the times," I should hope.) -- gunjam

Fri Apr 07, 06:44:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

Re DeLay: "In 2003 he engineered a Texas redistricting that will add Republican members to the Texas Congressional delegation. To effect this change, Mr. DeLay created "Texans for a Republican Majority," a political action committee, that solicited and spent $1.5 million to get Republicans elected to the state legislature who then pushed redistricting through. Three DeLay aides supervising the process have been indicted by a grand jury in Texas on charges ranging from money laundering to soliciting and receiving illegal corporate contributions.

Mr. DeLay said to reporters that the indictments were politically motivated and he had no knowledge of the committee's day-to-day workings. Unintentionally contradicting him, James Ellis, one of the men charged with money laundering said Mr. DeLay served on a five-member advisory board that decided which candidates to endorse..."

btw, your seventeenth amendment comments were interesting, but the above shows how money can corrupt every level of politics..

Sat Apr 08, 03:19:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

that was from a magazine called Counterpunch. From US News and World Report (not usually one of my favorites):

"Already under indictment in Texas on campaign-money-laundering charges, he[Delay] is a central figure in the Justice Department's growing investigation into influence-peddling in the nation's capital."

Sat Apr 08, 04:06:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

hi, elizabeth: once again: Mr. Delay has YET to have had his day in court. If, after he does, he stands convicted, THEN I will agree with you that he is a criminal. Until then, knowing what I know about hardball Texas politics, I know that the redistricting process itself was skillfully carried out, and -- although challenged in court by the Democrat whiners -- was declared to be legitimate. The prosecutor who got DeLay indicted is a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat who had an agenda to "get" DeLay. He actually had to sit SIX grand juries before he could manage to get DeLay convict ed. As I mentioned earlier, HALF of the charges against DeLay were thrown out BEFORE the trial even began. Remember: A skilled, bold, gutsy, determined politician is not NECESSARILY a criminal. On the other hand, many politicians who ARE criminals escape serious punishment, Exhibit A being Bill and Hillary Clinton . . . . . -- gunjam

Tue Apr 11, 03:08:00 PM PDT  
Blogger GunJam said...

elizabeth, thank you for your supportive comments about repealing the Seventeenth Amendment. You are correct: Corruption can still occur at ANY level. The Seventeenth Amendment, however, virtually GUARANTEES corruption at the HIGHEST levels. -- gunjam

Tue Apr 11, 03:10:00 PM PDT  

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