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    President Bush Legacy: Immigration Reform Bill

    President Bush Legacy: Immigration Reform Bill

    Written by: Jeff Crouere

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    Last week, many political observers predicted the demise of the immigration reform bill after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) pulled the measure from the agenda. Unfortunately, the bill’s demise was short lived and only a week later, it is back from dead. Reid has promised to bring it up for a vote next week. A deal was hatched after hours of talks between Senators from both sides of the political aisle. The controversial bill grants illegal immigrants a “pathway
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    Bush legacy???

    #1 The sell out of America to illegal invaders.

    #2 The annihilation of the Republican Party

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    A legacy of lunacy.

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    Every undertaking of Bush has been a failure. What makes anyone think his amnesty bill would be any different. Born a fool, always a fool.
    <div>Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of congress; but I repeat myself. Mark Twain</div>

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    Bush mistakenly believes that an immigration reform plan is essential to improve his legacy. His advisors think that this bill can be his crowning domestic achievement of his second term. How sadly mistaken they are because if passed, this bill will cause untold problems in this country, lead to more illegal immigration and further damage Bush’s standing in history.
    That is exactly how I see it. If this bill passes, it will be a debacle - sort of like Katrina on steroids. It will engener litigation that will last for a generation. The bill is so poorly written that every section of it will have to be interpreted by a court - which will cost taxpayers another bucket of money. It will also create a situation where the illegals will be able to remain in the country until all appeals are exhausted.

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