Monday, February 13, 2006
On The Road With Algore
Not content with making a Jackass of himself at Sundance, the irrelevant former next President of the United States Algore took a trip to Saudi Arabia to further his journey down the well beaten path to political obscurity.
While addressing the Jiddah Economic Forum, Algore lamented the "terrible abuses" perpetrated against Arabs by the United States since September 11, 2001. He declared the enforcement of US immigration laws to be "wrong" and called the conditions under which violators (specifically Arab) are kept to be "unforgivable".
If I may be so bold as to remind the reader that, of the 21 Islamofascist Murdering Thugs who killed some 3,000 people on American soil that Tuesday in September 2001, 19 of them came from Saudi Arabia. They came to this country on student visas, overstayed their welcome, and used our own hospitality as a weapon of war.
Memo to Algore: The people rounded up for violating immigration laws are not "indiscriminately rounded up". They have violated the law. The conditions under which they are kept are not "unforgivable". Its called prison. That's where people who violate the law are kept.
As for your assertion, made on foreign soil, that the actions of the W administration in the enforcement of this nation's immigration laws "does not represent the desires or wishes or feelings of the majority of the citizens of my country" I submit the fact the results of the past three election cycles as proof to the contrary. You, sir, do not represent the majority opinion of this nation. You represent a faction favoring appeasement, retreat, and capitulation to an ideology that would have this nation eternally apologizing for its very existence.
That, sir, is why you will always be known as a has been wannabe.
Here endeth the lesson.