November 9, 2006, - 10:14 am

Election Silver Lining on Immigration?: ICE Princess & Mr. Burns on Chopping Block?

By Debbie Schlussel
We hear there is good news and bad on the immigration front as a result of the Dem takeover of Congress. Rumors are that Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff a/k/a “Mr. Burns” and Immigration Chieftess Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess” are next on the chopping . . . er “resigning” block (though her boy, baseball fan and evil Costanza John Torres, unfortunately, is not).
The bad news: People even less committed–if that’s possible–to national security and immigration enforcement may fill their very small shoes. And Guest Workers Amnesty is now a certainty. All because the man at the top, El Presidente Bush, will sign the bill instead of using the only proxy he has for cojones–the Presidential veto.
Stay tuned. More info later. The only thing blocking Illegal Alien Amnesty was the Republican House. Now that’s gone. Welcome to the complete death of border security.


(ICE Valley Girl by David Lunde)

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5 Responses

Why would Bush veto something he believes in so strongly (Amnesty for Illegals)??? He was positively giddy talking about getting to work with the Dems to get this passed. It makes me vomitous.

Sioux on November 9, 2006 at 10:49 am

With a body like that, even if it’s a fake, she can easily find a job as a whore, she’ll make more money and the country will be a bit safer.

Independent Conservative on November 9, 2006 at 3:05 pm

One way to understand the election result, is that conservatives got in the way of the globalist steamroller. Nobody can accuse Bush of doing that. Driving it, maybe. We have to figure out what is behind that. The arguments for it are just ridiculous.

spottswoode on November 9, 2006 at 3:50 pm

If the ICE Princess, and Burns resign, and with the resignation of Don Rumsfeld yesterday, this makes me believe even stronger in the supposition that El Presidente threw, yes threw, the mid-term elections to the Democratic Socialist Party. Now, if he does NOT sign a bill FOR amnasty, he would technically be going “against” the will of the people…and after all, “they” voted for the “New Direction.” Non?
Bite your bit, grab your ankles, here it comes.

SickBoy on November 9, 2006 at 4:13 pm

you would think if this Amnesty bill goes through that the Dems will have a very short shelf life. A vast majority of Americans dont want worker amnesty and want tighter border security. Has this all been forgotten?

Avatar on November 10, 2006 at 1:17 pm

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