Friday, September 22, 2006

Pat Buchanan: Impeach Bush over illegal aliens

Roman Catholic political thinker and Latin Mass attendee Patrick J. Buchanan has drawn the logical conclusion for people on the heels of his new book, State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America. That is, impeach Bush for letting in the illegal immigrants stay, not impeach him for failing to give them $66,000 per annum jobs Mass Highway jobs, as local liberals would want.

"I think he's committed an impeachable offense in refusing to enforce the
immigration laws and in failing to uphold the Constitution by defending the
states against this invasion," Buchanan told radio talk-show host Curt Smith this weekend on National Public Radio stations in upstate New York.

"When you have 6 million people apprehended on the border
and several million got in on your watch – and you have the ability to stop it –
I think you're derelict in your duty," he said. "And if the president says 'I
can't do it,' you need a new president who will do it."

"This is not Ellis Island," said Buchanan. "This is an invasion."

I like Pat, but being impoverished, I don't buy books, but if I did then I would buy this one.

There's another scenario for the impeachment (and subsequent execution for treason) of the President of the U.S. Here it is as outlined by Jay Severin from Extreme Games, a nationally syndicated talk radio show: If the President knew for a fact that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq that threatened the United States but invaded on a lie then he would be guilty of treason and of the murder of each one of the deaths of U.S. soldiers who met their end there.

Jay lists other reason for the trial and execution of Billy Clintoon, but that there are bandwidth capacity issues with listing them all.

Jay's weapons of mass destruction thingy gets tricky to prove, but 12-20 million criminal invaders are not.

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