Friday, January 05, 2007
National Guard Attacked at Border: Where in the Hell Is Bush?
By John W. Lillpop
As if the fall of the U.S. Congress into the hands of the enemy is not bad enough, Americans need to worry about the traitorous malfeasance of George W. Bush as well.
This nation has sacrificed tens of thousands of American lives and casualties, and nearly one half trillion dollars of treasury in the name of U.S. homeland security in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After nearly four years of war in Iraq, America’s alleged commander-in-chief is reportedly ready to deploy another 20-40,000 U.S. men and women and hundreds of additional billions of U.S. treasury to Iraq. He is also said to be ready to juggle the assignment of military field commanders there.
Meanwhile here at home, the National Guard stationed at the Arizona border was attacked, presumably by Mexican thugs.
In other words, U.S. personnel have been attacked on American soil by foreigners. No doubt they were good hearted, hard working foreigners who only came for a better life!
Consider this also:
It is reported that in 2004, the Bush administration and Mexico entered into an agreement, not yet approved by Congress or signed by the president, that would results in billions of dollars being paid to illegal aliens in the form of social security benefits.
That would be the same social security system that is in danger of going bankrupt in the future, according to the president. Go here:
In other words, the Bush administration has decided to jeopardize the security and retirement of millions of American citizens even further by paying benefits to criminals who should not have even been in America.
With all due respect to the office of the U.S. presidency, it appears as though the man now holding that title has gone barking mad.
The big question: Is insanity a viable defense by a sitting president charged with treason?