Jeb Bush thinks illegal immigration is an act of love. ¡Ay! ¡Qué lindo! Obviously, his comments are an act of pandering. He should join fellow Floridian Charlie Crist and join the Democratic Party, where his views will be more welcome.
Jeb Bush’s comments regarding illegal immigration being an “act of love” exposes how out of touch he is when it comes to the law. If a person is unemployed, as many are in the U.S., and robs a bank so that his children can be fed, a case can be made that his actions are an “act of love.”
Undocumented workers are stealing jobs from legal citizens, not to mention the billions spent by states to educate and provide health care to undocumented workers and their children. While their motivation to come here may be an “act of love,” their presence here is an “act of theft.” If Jeb Bush ... continue reading »
They’re trying to turn Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich into the victim – that he was attacked for his beliefs. But when the belief is wrong, then it has to be attacked.
Discriminating against gays is as wrong as discriminating against blacks or Jews or Hispanics or Asians or anyone else. If he gave money to the KKK, there would be universal outrage with no question. Instead, he gave money to the Gay-KK. It’s the same thing.
So you can spin it all you want (you should see the somersaults they are doing on Fox to try to turn this around); it is wrong, and he was called on it. Yes, the action was extreme, but this is an e ... continue reading »
Jeb Bush says he hasn’t made up his mind on running for president. Wouldn’t bet on it. Bush knows if he runs he’s got a great chance, and here’s why: One, there will be no viable third party despite so much sentiment for one. Two, Bush’s relentless advocacy for Hispanic immigration will endear him to the ballooning number of Hispanics already here and the cheap-labor lobby who can never get enough. Three, the cheap-labor lobby has enough clout to give Bush the nomination and deny it to Paul, Rubio, et al.
The one thing that may work against Bush is voter apathy. Millions may surely feel there is not eno ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] I agree with you about not only military bases, but all of the “gun free zones” in our country [“Why U.S. military bases became slaughterhouses”]. However, don’t look for any changes to take place. There’s one huge reason it won’t, and we both know why.
Obama has been continuously sacking military high command and replacing them with … who? Political bent? Religious affiliation? And who controls the media? Political bent? Religious affiliation? Do you really think safety on military b ... continue reading »