What the Heck!!!!
NOT EVEN BLACKS?
"There's no doubt that the Mexican men and women - full of dignity, willpower and a capacity for work - are doing the work that not even blacks want to do in the United States."- Mexican President Vincente Fox criticizing anti-illegal sentiment in theU.S. Can you imagine the uproar if a white Republican had made such a statement? Hoooo-weeee!!!
WHERE IS THE LIBERAL OUTRAGE????? HYPOCRITES.
THE GOLDEN FAUCET
"It's no secret why (Mexican President Vincente) Fox goes so far as to provide illegals with tips on how best to avoid detection by our Border Patrol. At my local post office, most of the people in line with me are Latinos mailing postal orders to their relatives. I'm not suggesting that all those people are here illegally, but if only 10 million of them mail only 20 dollars a week back home, it amounts to $10 billion a year. That's a hell of a lot of pesos. Is it any wonder that Mr. Fox is in no rush to turn off the golden faucet?"
- Author and columnist Burt Prelutsky
THIS NEXT ONE APPLIES TO CONSERVATIVES TOO.
WHERE'S THE NEXT GIPPER?
"For 25 years, the conservative strategy has been to elect Republicans to rein in big government. But the beast has escaped and is back on a rampage -on the GOP's watch. We need a new generation of Ronald Reagan Republicans who, instead of making a separate peace with big government, will fight a containment policy that concedes not another inch of territory to the socialist agenda. Where that leader is now is anyone's guess. But it's doubtful he or she will be found in Washington."
- Stephen Moore of the Cato Institute
"Sen. George Voinovich says he'll vote against U.N. ambassador-designate John Bolton, but yesterday, in the manner of John Kerry, he voted for him first. . . . The Associated Press reports Voinovich explained the reason for his opposition: 'Voinovich called Bolton 'the poster child of what someone in the diplomatic corps should not be.' He said Bolton would be fired if he was in the private sector."How the heck would Voinovich know? The resume on his Senate Web site listsno private-sector jobs and a string of government positions beginning with the Ohio House in 1967 and lasting through the present, continuous except for a two-year gap between 1988 and 1990 - during part of which time he was campaigning for the Ohio governorship."
- James Taranto, Best of the Web, 5/13/05
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
"Society in every state is a blessing, but government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one..."
- Thomas Paine