Tuesday, July 19, 2005

hellary Is On Her Way

This should frighten every American citizen. hellery clinton is doing what her husband did, and God I pray that people will see through it. The idea that a solidly left leaning democrat, who as little as 10 years ago was pushing for socialized medical coverage in America, will suddenly move to the center in her beliefs... I don't think so. She's fishing for votes, and everyone needs to remember this. One more item that should frighten everyone is shown in the story below. ...she vowed her support for legislation that would allow illegal immigrant high school students to attend college. She went from socialized medicine to this? Pandering for the Mexican vote? Correct me if I'm wrong here, but isn't she really saying she wants to aid and abet "ILLEGALS"? I think the reason they are called illegalls is because they broke the law getting here, and are fugitives the moment they cross the border. So yeah, I guess you could say that hellery wants to aid and abet people who broke the laws of this country.

Some might say "W" has a history of hispanic 'let-em-slide' moments too, well, let's just say W and I don't see eye to eye on this problem either.

Anyway, back to hellery. I busted my ass paying for school myself, and this braindead whore wants to send criminals that shouldn't even be here into the system? Maybe she'd change her tune if she had Mexican nationals (i.e.: ILLEGALS) crossing her front yard every day trying to sneak across the unguarded border. http://www.rightwingnews.com/special/xyz.php Clinton speaks before Hispanic civil rights conference The Morning Call Speaking to the nations' largest Hispanic civil rights organization, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., received a standing ovation Monday when she vowed her support for legislation that would allow illegal immigrant high school students to attend college. Clinton made her remarks on various issues of importance to the country's Latinos at the annual conference of National Council of La Raza, attended by 23,000 people at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The event started Friday and has included a rally in center Philadelphia in support of the so-called DREAM Act that would benefit illegal students. On Tuesday, the chairpersons of both the Republican and Democratic national committees are schedule to address the conference, which NCLR officials say is a first for the organization and a sign that both parties have heightened their interest in the growing Latino population and its votes.


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