Friday, June 29, 2007

S.1639 - Beach Girl's Letter to our "Kennebunkport" Presidency

Dear President Bush: Approximately 80-85% of the American people opposed S.1639, Unaccompanied Alien Child Protection Act of 2007, a.k.a. the "immigration bill." We took you seriously when you said you wanted a "new" tone in Washington, D.C. - Senators working together in bi-partisanship! Well, Thursday, the American people and our citizen-statesmen Senators showed the world "statesmanship and bi-partisanship" in action working in a democratic republic. On Thursday, 37 Republicans, 15 Senators, and 1 Independent voted against the motion to end debate on the "comprehensive immigration reform bill." Do we want immigration reform? Absolutely. Do we want existing laws "on the books" enforced? Absolutely. Do we want our borders secured? Absolutely. Are we tired of having been "ruled" for the past 20 years by the Bush-Clinton Coalition through "Executive Orders" and "Signing Statements" - all used to subvert our laws? You betcha! By and large, Americans are simple and direct, not complex and convoluted. In a word,
Americans want a society of "one people united by our common English language, strengthened by our common and uniquely American culture, maintained within a secure national border. We want all of us governed by one secular rule of law under which ALL American men and women are treated equally with a harmony of purpose and respect that unites us. We want our freedom of religion and the separation of church and state, not possible under the laws of the Qur'an. In its political aspects, Islam is the state and unless reformed, it is not compatible with a "democratic republic." With our government having to spirit an Afghan Christian man out of the Islamic government we are defending, I rest my case. To the point of why we opposed S.1639, in part...
* Our common English language strengthens us and makes access to the "American Dream" a reality for us all. Election ballots in 27 different languages for naturalized "citizens" supposedly possessing a rudimentary comprehension and facility in English is reprehensible and fraught with possibilities for fraud. * Our common and uniquely American culture binds us within the framework of our "Bill of Rights" with strong individualism and personal responsibility to each other sprinkled with the best characteristics to be had from the diverse ancestry we represent. We do not need or want pockets of self-imposed "apartheid" in our America. * Our national sovereignty is our strength. We do not want a North American Union; we don't want to be a "regional" third world trading center; we don't want porous borders. * And we don't want our citizenship cheapened and sold for a few fines and penalties. How crass! We don't want an envoy to the nations that support terrorists and support "groups" that front for the Muslim Brotherhood. You wanted a "new" tone in Washington, D.C. were in the words of Rodney King, "Can't we all just get along." How naive is that? You've lived in Texas long enough to know a rattle snake is a rattle snake whether he slithers along the ground or walks upright on two feet and says through his forked tongue, "If I may address my esteemed friend and colleague from the other side of the aisle...", he's still a snake. One of you White House staffers who had been on The Hill twisting arms and using that "capital" remarked to the effect that "the President doesn't care about the conservative base." Oh, George, we elected you twice and we hardly new ye... We didn't see the "globalist of the new world order;" we didn't see the designs to "democratize" the world when all know that people have to want to democratize themselves. The two nations we invaded, when given the chance both voted for the institution of an Islamic state under Sharia Law. We don't want the racist separatism of likes of La Raza; we don't want American women "covered" and killed in "honor killings." We don't want "foot washing stations" or Muslim "prayer rooms" in our airports, universities, or public schools under the guise of "religion." We want all Americans to be free. We want all Americans to be treated equally, and we want the separation of church and state. We don't want legitimacy given to groups such as CAIR - an un-indicted participant in the case against the terror-funding Holy Land Foundation based in Texas. On illegal aliens, we'll deal with that issue with reason and well-crafted legislation plus the enforcement of "laws on the books" right now.
*we want the border fence built and the border secured; *we want English as the official language - we are sick of "push 2 for English"; *we want reform in the form of separate and distinct legislation that addresses illegal aliens, the visa overstays, and deports the criminal and terrorist aliens among regardless of what method entry they used.
Americans, 80-85% of us across the spectrum of our political and ethnic diversity, are Americans and we want legislation to address illegal aliens that has:
clear objectives; direct and measurable guidelines for implementation; and measurable goals to enhance Senate oversight.
Americans want, love, fight and die for "E Pluribus Unum!" We are sick of the reckless abandon with which our government, with a cavalier flick of the wrist, tosses $15,000,000,000 dollars to Africa for aids interventions while right here at home, American citizens are seeing the services we support through taxes being "given to illegal aliens". Twenty hospitals closed in Southern California because they could no longer care for American citizens directly due to the cost of resources "given" to illegals. Hospitals even have to have people on staff who speak different languages. For a nation, "A united people upheld by a common language, a common culture, and a secured border is destiny." For a nation - a fractured society is no nation at all! Most of all the American people want legislation that is subjected to committee scrutiny - open to the light of day. We don't want legislation that is developed in smoke-filled rooms in the dark of night and then "rammed down our throat." On June 28, 2007, we coughed from the smoke, held our noses at the smell, and asked our Senators to vote NO on the motion to end the debate. A total of 53 Senators agreed. We don't know what further skulduggery awaits us but we have been awakened and we'll be ready. The United States is still a land "of the people, by the people, for the people." The mandarins and "masters of the universe" kicked us to the curb and we spoke back. Death to the North American Union and the SPP super highway! God bless America! The United States of America to be precise! Cordially, Beach Girl, an American

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Blogger Steve Harkonnen said...

Great letter, but Bush won't read it. He is not concerned at all for the welfare of our nation or the people.

I posted on this same topic, go check it out soon.

I was out on vacation to Mississippi, hope all is well, just now catching up on other blogs!

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A very important movie watch

Dr. Ron Paul for President!

2:40 PM  
Blogger Beach Girl said...

Thank you - all is well. The letter is really to "us" and to re-enforce what we want in legislation.

At least 53 Senators listened and 5 of the Freshmen, most Democrats. They didn't like the "dark of night" either.

Happy 4th, All!

2:46 PM  
Blogger Yankee Doodle said...

A very appropriate rant!

We shouldn't be too hard on ourselves for voting for Jorge Arbusto. We didn't know in 2000 or even in 2004 what we were getting, although by 2004 we should have had a little bit of a clue.

But, then again, even knowing then what we know now, what choice did we have?

Happy Independence Day to you, too, m'lady! :)

7:27 PM  
Blogger Beach Girl said...

ON 2004, we could have mopped the White House floor up with John and Teresa.

Glad you liked my rant. I wanted to capture a few of points I want to reiterate to Senate and Congress as time goes by. Also the "Kennebunkport" Presidency which I haven't read anyplace else.

Guess who is in Kennebunkport for the 4th?

Have a splend birthday. Went across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Saturday. They have road signs going both ways reading, Happy Birthday, America.

Nice to be remembered. To me the Senate bi-partisans 37 Republicans, 15 Democrats, and 1 Independent - gave us a great gift.

8:24 AM  

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