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How's immigration working out for you fellow Americans?  Got a goober in your back pocket?  Like what you see in Mexi-fornia?  How about Mexi-zona?  What can you say about Mexi-Texas?    How about that 1965 Immigration Reform Act that added 100 million people in four decades?  How about the next 100 million immigrants added by 2040? 

Ya' just gotta' love the results don't ya'?  What would Andy of Mayberry say?

"Hey, Andy," Goober said, while twirling his hat.

"Ya' Goob," Andy Taylor muttered.

"What do you git when you has over 100 anglers down on the lake for the Fishin' Derby that can only handle 20 fishermen Andy?"  Goober said.

"Jist a bit over-crowded," Andy said, scowling.  "Reckon only a few will catch a fish and have a harder time fightin' all the others bumping into them."

"Don't make no sense does it?" Goober said.

"No sense atall," Andy said.

Senator John McCain shot to the top for the Republicans on Super Tuesday.   What could possibly be running through the minds of voters who voted for him?

McCain along with Teddy Kennedy signed the amnesty package for 4.3 million illegal aliens in 1986.  They promised to secure the borders 22 years ago.  Today, in the last 22 years, they watched 20 million more illegals breach our borders.  In June of last year, both senators voted to double legal immigration.  Both voted for another amnesty.  Both voted for the Dream Act.  Both worked to dissolve America's borders into the North American Union.  Both men voted to get 4,000 of our kids killed in Iraq—and more to die.

Both men show their ages at 72 and 75 to be out of touch, running out of life and both remaining out of reach of reality.

Yet, Arizona republicans in droves voted to thrust a broken down old war horse into the presidency!  With his open borders record and complete chaos in Arizona, why in the name of common sense, would Arizona voters vote for McCain?  He failed them, he failed our Constitution and he failed in leadership.

It's astounding to me that an old man won't or can't let go the reigns of power.  I remember Reagan fell asleep in cabinet meetings.  He proved a figure-head only in his last four years.   With McCain or Hillary/Obama, either way, Americans from every walk of life face a mind-boggling immigration human armada out of the third world that will deluge our ability to sustain this civilization.

My friend George Sura in Fort Collins said it best, "Immigration is the most formidable weapon of mass destruction threatening America today. Ironically, invaders have put our country at risk without firing a shot.  The White House, the heavies in Congress and the smaller fish in state legislatures do not seem to have the collective intellectual depth or common sense to see what is upon us and how rampant immigration will degrade the lives and opportunities of our progeny.

Every day brings America closer to irreversible chaos.  Behind this issue are blind forces to reckon with.  No politician, political party, corporation, religious fervor, investment, pop morality or individual aspiration should come before country. Ever! The brokers who recklessly advocate or condone pervasive, unending and limitless immigration are steersman with Titanic-like wheelhouse credentials.  They should be kicked out of the wheelhouse of this nation."

I'm beside myself, fellow Americans.  Are we that dumb?  Are we that duped by the media to vote McCain into the presidency?  Aren't his past actions enough information to vote for anyone else but McCain?

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I don't get the American people either.Why wou... by Bob Gormley on Saturday, Feb 9, 2008 at 6:24:46 PM
you have to understand the mindset of the republic... by dave stanley on Saturday, Feb 9, 2008 at 6:25:19 PM
I've got news for Woolridge,the Democrats are ... by liberalsrock on Saturday, Feb 9, 2008 at 8:52:24 PM
Americans are choosing a man who says he will prot... by Mike Folkerth on Sunday, Feb 10, 2008 at 1:24:12 PM
Its hard to believe anyone would vote for McCain. ... by Gary Denson on Sunday, Feb 10, 2008 at 4:26:09 PM