Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Amnesty, the Bushes, GOP and Votes

Again I must state that I saw this Am-Nasty when there seemed to be a cognitive dissonance between this Presidente's insistance to fight and the Middle East but leave the Border unchecked. It seemed like scuba diving in a wetsuit and trying to use an umbrella to keep from getting wet? Thus I grabbed a Cypber Snorkle and went NexusLexus Diving for informational treasure.
1. Papa Bush 41 made his Millions with his Zapata Oil offshore company with Mexicano fat cats. His partner was an X-CIA spook who may have had contacts for the Bay Pig Cubans who failed to overthrow Castro. The Bush family is friends with many of Mexico's former Presidentes.

See Jonathan Kwitny, "The Mexican Connection of George Bush," Barron's, September 19, 1988.
2. Jeb Bush made his millions with a Cuban refugee Armando Codina in Real Estate before going into Politics.
3. Bush 43, a political lightweight, in a very surprising and unexpected win defeated incumbant Governor, Ann Richards largely on the Hispanic vote.
4. When Gov. Bush wanted to run for Presidente he copied President Ronald Reagan "who believed that Latinos are Republican. They just don't know it yet." Thus he hired Reagan's ad-agency guy, Lionel Sosa who helped W get 40% of the Hispanic vote. Who is Sosa? A Texan who grew "up in San Antonio, Texas, the son of Mexican immigrants, Lionel Sosa was expected to learn a trade, defer to gringos and vote Democratic. But he was so impressed at age 13 by Dwight Eisenhower's version of the American Dream during a televised speech at the 1952 Republican Convention that he decided he wanted to be a rich businessman—and a Republican.

Two decades later, as a struggling ad-agency owner, Sosa helped U.S. Senator John Tower win his 1978 re-election bid with 37% of the Hispanic vote; no Republican in Texas had ever won more than 8%. Soon clients like Bacardi rum, Dr Pepper and Coors beer came seeking his advice on how to woo the Latino market, eventually turning Sosa & Associates into the largest Hispanic advertising agency in the U.S. At one point it was billing more than $100 million annually." See http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1093622,00.html
What did Sosa say last month about Am-Nasty?
"Blood runs thicker than politics," said Sosa, of San Antonio, who is helping organize a fundraiser for New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a Democrat who is Latino. "I'm not saying I would vote for a Democrat. But I'm saying I would not vote for a Republican who opposed immigration reform." See:
5. GOP Candidate Jorge Bush's Speech in August 2000 in Miami on Latin American and Western Hemisphere.
"America has one national creed, but many accents. We are now one of the largest Spanish-speaking nations in the world. We're a major source of Latin music, journalism and culture.

Just go to Miami, or San Antonio, Los Angeles, Chicago or West New York, New Jersey and close your eyes and listen. You could just as easily be in Santo Domingo or Santiago, or San Miguel de Allende.
For years our nation has debated this change -- some have praised it and others have resented it. By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new America.
I come from a state where Hispanic culture is strong. There are over 1 million Hispanic-owned businesses in America -- and over a hundred thousand in our state of Texas. There are over 6,000 Hispanic officials elected or appointed in this country -- and more than two thousand in my state, including some appointments I have made: our Secretary of State at one time, our Insurance Commissioner, and a justice of the Supreme Court. The strong families and deep faith and durable dreams of Latinos make America more, not less, American.
Yet for all these bonds of language and family, of travel and trade, Latin America often remains an afterthought of American foreign policy.
Those who ignore Latin America do not fully understand America itself. And those who ignore our hemisphere do not fully understand American interests.
This country was right to be concerned about a country like Kosovo -- but there are more refugees of conflict in Colombia.
America is right to be concerned about Kuwait -- but more of our oil comes from Venezuela.
America is right to welcome trade with China -- but we export as much to Brazil.
Our future cannot be separated from the future of Latin America.
Some still look at Latin America through old stereotypes.
But I see a hemisphere of 500 million people, striving with the dream of a better life. A dream of free markets and free people, in a hemisphere free from war and tyranny. That dream has sometimes been frustrated -- but it must never be abandoned.
This hemisphere, united by geography, has often been divided by history. In the 19th century, many strong nations wanted weak neighbors they could dominate. But those days have passed. In the 21st century, strong nations will benefit from healthy, confident, democratic neighbors."
6. The Hispanic population in 2025 100 million
7. Next Presidente Bush as in George P who claimed his Mama, Columba Garnica Gallo, taught him that he must "Fight For His Race" from Reuters, Aug. 2, 2000(could not find) but excerted from American Renaissance

George P. Bush is the son of Florida Governor Jeb Bush and his Mexican-born wife Columba which makes him the nephew of the Republican candidate for President. At a recent Republican rally he spoke in fluent Spanish about how his mother had instilled in him the values of Cesar Chavez, the Chicano who organized farmworkers. "She told me we have to fight for our race, we have to find the leaders who represent us," he said. About his uncle the candidate, he said, "This is a President who represents the diversity of our society, who we can count on to change the Republican Party to represent our views." (Reuters, Aug. 2, 2000.)
8. George P.'s grandfather per USA Today was a "Migrant Worker" Legal or Illegal? It did not say,,,
9. What is in to for the GOP per Hugh's blog
"John [McCain] is telling the Republican Party 'If you want to win 2008, you can't win with 22% of the Hispanic vote.' How are we going to be a viable party if we leave this issue behind, unresolved? How are we going to be a viable party if we tell President Bush 'Go take a hike because we don't want to deal with the 12 million?' It is hard. Our culture is under assault. People feel like that if let the 12 million in and forgive them that would be bad, and they're right. We're not forgiving anybody. We're saying you stay here on our terms. You learn English. "

That is the Story. The Bush Family loves America and the love the Americas. If the Hispanic vote goes Democratic as it usually does, no problem George P. Bush can just switch parties in the opposite direction that Ronald Reagan did. Indeed there is barely a difference at this point with McConell and Kyle going along with this Rope-a-Dope they are involved in with the Am-Nasty they are scheming to get thru.

We are being sold out for Votes. The ~60 million consevatives who voted for Bush in 2004 do not count. Add the majority of 12-20 million Illegals to the 56 million who voted for Kerry and a Republican will never be President again. I predict George P, Bush will switich to the Demcratic Party when he is ready to run after he makes his millions in Real Estate(like his Papa). Illegal Jihadists are coming across the border and when they blow up a City in alta California, the nuclear fallout will flow down wind to Mexico too. Legals , Illegals and Americans will all die hurting America and Mexico(putting a dent on the US dollars going back to Mexico). Jorge P. Bush will not become Presidente if this happens so word to the wise BUILT a Wall Presidente Booshe!
Adios Amigos, going to the Cama(bed)


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