Bush Welcomes Alien Invasion—In Roswell, NM!

In the wake of his State of the
Union speech touting his administration`s illegal alien
non-deportation scheme a.k.a. the

“Temporary Worker Plan,”
President Bush again
spoke all too candidly in selling this stealth amnesty
last week— in a little-noted speech made appropriately,

Roswell, New Mexico

Roswell is notorious as the

of the

mythical alien invasion
over fifty years ago. But
this time the

President of the United States
openly welcomes the


The President`s musings on the
needs of “people” to work in the United States in
order to “put food on the table” are released in
all of their splendor on the White House web site in


under the (significantly evasive?) title of
“President Discusses America`s Leadership in Global War
on Terror—Remarks by the President on the War on

Note that there`s no mention of the
de facto illegal alien amnesty plan and the President`s

“willing worker”

in the official White House

fact sheet
for the Roswell event.

VDARE.com`s own

James Fulford

on how the State of the Union speech
was cunningly edited in

Spanish translation
to delete a specific
reference to “American life.”

But, disgracefully, the President`s
remarks in Roswell didn`t need to be edited.  They came
politically corrected already—straight from the
President`s mouth.

In analyzing the language of the
Roswell speech, the needs of “people” (70
references) appear to be foremost for the

 The “American people” (6
references) don`t get the same attention.

The President`s only reference to
“fellow citizens” was in expressing


corporate scandal
, in that “we had a problem with
some of our fellow citizens telling the truth.”

Not to shock you, my fellow
Americans, but the President of the United States only
mentioned the word “Americans” once in his entire
Roswell speech.  Savvy VDARE.com readers may have
guessed what that mention was already.  Read it and

“We`ve got people doing

jobs in America
that Americans

won`t do.”

So was the President wrong earlier
in the speech when he boasted that [w]e`ve
got the best work force in the world

Come to think of it though, he
didn`t come out and say that Americans are
the best workers in the world.  Instead, he said
“work force”—
which actually includes both Americans

foreign nationals.

The Roswell remarks were the latest
window into what exactly is on the President`s

—that is, what could possibly make him do such a
thing as use a perverse immigration policy to transform
America from a

sovereign nation
into one big

low-wage job fair
for the world.

Some dare call the plan

And they`re right. If you believe
that the President is elected to represent the interests
of Americans, the “American people” and “our
fellow citizens”
—then the plan is indeed a
treasonous betrayal.

But, incredibly, it may well be
that the President really believes his higher calling is

or “people doing jobs in America,”
rather than simply to his countrymen—that is,
Americans.  Listen to this:

“See, my attitude is, if somebody is
looking for a job and can`t find one, that says, no
matter what the numbers look like, we still have got an
issue in America.  We want people working.  We want
people to be able to put food on the table.”

However, we find out shortly thereafter
in the President`s speech that the unemployed
he`s talking about aren`t Americans at
. He went on:

“People are working and trying to put food on the
table for a family in Mexico.

“You`ve got to understand why they`re here.  They`re
motivated out of the deep love of their children and
their wife.  [VDARE.com
told President Bush that

all illegal aliens

married with children?
They`re working just as hard as any other mom or dad do
for the same reason — they have an obligation and a
responsibility.  Those people need to be treated with
respect.  They need to be honored for their commitment
to their families.”

Yuck! Let`s take a
reality check here.

The President of
the United States just went out of his way, in a speech
on America`s Leadership in [the]
Global War on Terror,”
to praise
illegal aliens
.  The “people” he is referring
to are foreign nationals who

the United States in defiance of American
law or

without authorization from the federal
government . . . just like the

9/11 terrorists.

Although not
necessarily out of context, the President later offered
a curious justification for this madness regarding the

Patriot Act:

“See it`s a different kind of war. 
We`re in a different era.  We need to view law

Through the
“temporary worker plan,”
the President and his

amnesty enthusiasts
apparently want to view federal
immigration law “differently” too—they want to
abandon it:. In Bush`s words:

I think we need to be honest about what`s taking place
in America. After all, we`re a country of the rule of
law.  And we`ve got people breaking law.  And the
question is how best to bring what`s happening to light
in an

honest and legal way.”

I beg to differ, Mr. President. 
Americans have no obligation to make illegal aliens
legal—much less, as he claims, to “honor” them.

Creating yet another amnesty

for illegal aliens may help some
“people doing jobs in America.”
It may help some
employers (and campaign contributors). But what about


Reports from Arizona and from last
weekend`s Conservative Political Action Conference speak

open revolt

the Bush Betrayal.
 Maybe that will get Bush`s

Obviously, his Oath of Office did

Juan Mann [send him
] is a lawyer and the proprietor of