Friday, May 18, 2007

Please Impeach These Guys

Here are the primary architects who devised the sell out on immigration. On the left are some of the congressional negotiators of this farce. From the left, Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Mel Martinez (R-FL, and RNC Chair), Edward Kennedy (Drunk--MA), Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and Ken Salazar (D-CO). Not pictured is John McCain, who came off the campaign trail to support the legislation, and Lindsey "La Raza" Graham, who said this episode reminded him of what he learned in high-school civics. Can I suggest that teacher be fired immediately?

On the "right," walking away from the camera and public opinion, are the president and Secretaries Chertoff and Gutierrez.

This was the second time in a week that a major bipartisan deal struck by Bush and congressional Dems. Last Friday they came together in the "spirit of bipartisanship" to move ahead with several free-trade pacts.

The moral of the story is that we no longer live in a country governed by its people. What the elites want, they will get. Open borders, "free trade," never ending war and interventionism, the melding of America into globalist political institutions and a "global economy" and the destruction of our laws, culture, and people.

That is what you will get, ladies and gentleman, by continuing to vote for men like McCain, Graham and Bush.


Blogger Matthew Dunnyveg said...

The impeachment theme hints at the reason I hesitate to call myself a conservative anymore. The Burkean model of conservatism(which emphasizes respect for authority on the grounds that the elites have too much invested in this country to behave irresponsibly) is no longer current. Indeed, our globalist elites seem hellbent on destroying this country as thoroughly and quickly as they think they can get away with, whether they call themselves liberals or conservatives.

Whether we concede the fact or not, true conservatives are now radicals and revolutionaries.

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Blogger Darrell said...

Thanks for writing, Matthew.

Couldn't agree more. I think this was a prominent theme in the writing of Sam Francis, who often argued that the goal of Middle American Radicals was the creation of a new elite to overturn the corrupt the globo-elites that now rule.

I referenced this theme in a review of Pat Buchanan's last book ( Here is a quote from Francis:

"Abandoning the illusion that it represents an establishment to be "conserved," a new American Right must recognize that its values and goals lie outside and against the establishment and that its natural allies are not in Manhattan, Yale, and Washington but in the increasingly alienated and threatened strata of Middle America. The strategy of the Right should be to enhance the polarization of Middle Americans from the incumbent regime, not to build coalitions with the regime’s defenders and beneficiaries."

5:07 PM  

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