Monday, January 22, 2007

GOP Congressman Has Harsh Words for Bush

Nine term California Congressman Dana Rohrabacher had some harsh comments about President Bush, as recorded in this article in the Pitt Tribune-Review.

Among the more shocking quotes:
"The nastiness in his personality had been in check until now," he says about President Bush. "Exposing it to the public is pretty disgusting. He has a callous disregard for those who place their lives on the line for us."

"No one in the White House is a firm believer of defending America's borders," he says. "It's a monstrous betrayal, as it has been for the last six years. (Bush) has a hidden agenda that is not accepted by the people. He is trying to implement an open-border policy without debate. We will find out in the future that part of his game plan was to make it a fait accompli."

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

At this point, I am beginning to doubt that Bush the Elder and Barbara were ever married.

11:11 AM, January 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush isn't the only politician to let power go to his head. 10 bucks says he crushes some hard disks too.

1:10 PM, January 22, 2007  
Anonymous GOPin08 said...

Hey lib at 11:11, I can say the same thing about Bill and Hitlery.

4:22 PM, January 22, 2007  
Anonymous GOPin08 said...

I think Rep. Rohrbacher's words were a bit harsh, but I do disagree with President Bush on immigration. The LAST thing this country needs is a bunch of illegals taking our jobs and letting us pay their Social Security (which, I might add, Senator Hitlery Clinton voted FOR). And now that we have a bunch of Democrat socialists in the Congress, the immigration problem won't get any better.
We need someone like Tom Tancredo in the White House who will really crack down on these law breakers and send them back to Mexico, or wherever else they happen to come from, for good and forbid them to come back.

4:25 PM, January 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I Rohrabacher has displayed uncommon courage by pointing out the obvious and urgent truth at the expense of party approval.

Most everyone has noticed these same things by now, so why are there only three or four congressmen willing to bring attention it them?

4:38 PM, January 22, 2007  

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