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    Amnestisia, the GOP, and the Mind of George W. Bush
    Immigration; Posted on: 2007-06-20 21:27:53 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Bush and cronies court disaster

    By Nicholas Stix

    Some of America’s finest minds, not least those right here at VDARE.COM, have for years sought to explain the GOP’s courtship of catastrophe—for the party and the American people alike—under George W. Bush. As VDARE.COM’s Steve Sailer has repeatedly noted, Bush has campaigned for amnesty since 2001, so neither the President’s support of the original S. 1348 omnibus amnesty/open borders/democide bill, nor his newest attempt, by throwing senators an additional $4.4 billion bribe, at selling the destruction of America, should surprise anyone. [Senate Leaders Agree to Revive Immigration Bill, By David Stout, NYT, June 14, 2007]

    But people are continually surprised by Bush because of the unimaginably radical nature of his defend America/destroy America policies—as Sailer dubs them, “invade the world/invite the world”. For over six years, Bush has sought to abolish America, at the same time that he has led the party that for generations has been identified historically with the national interest and patriotism. Since 9/11, he has been waging a War on Islam, er, I mean, Terror, supposedly in defense of America but justified—and possibly motivated—by Wilsonian messianism.

    No less than four mutually compatible motives can be brought to bear to explain Bush’s treasonous position on immigration: Cheap labor, GOP soccer moms, the North American Union, and the Bush family dynasty.

    Cheap Labor

    The most obvious motive binding Bush and the Republican Party is cheap labor, due to the business lobbies filling the Party’s campaign coffers. These people, the most powerful in America, are persistent felony offenders who have amassed billions of dollars in ill-gotten gains through years-long criminal conspiracies to break the nation’s immigration, labor, and tax laws. The mass amnesty would also grant them amnesty for their crimes.

    If President Bush had the slightest patriotic feeling, he would have adamantly opposed amnesty, which Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation has estimated—conservatively in my opinion—will cost American taxpayers at least $2.6 trillion.[Amnesty Will Cost U.S. Taxpayers at Least $2.6 Trillion, Heritage Foundation, June 6, 2007]

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