Issue Number 38 - April 17, 2003














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Re-printed from RaceWire

(The italicized words are from President Bush's address to the nation, March 17, 2003. The expanded remarks are the author's.)

My fellow citizens,

it is my grave duty to inform you that here in the homeland, we find ourselves in a state of war. The enemies of prosperity, meritocracy, and freedom have infested our hallowed American institutions of commerce and government. But there is hope. Armed with the mighty wartime budget ax, I vow to sever the burden of entitlement that troubles our nation. In this endeavor you are either with us or against us. There is no middle ground.

All the decades of deceit and cruelty have now reached an end.

Be it the War on Poverty or the War on Drugs, history has proven that when we give in to the race-baiters who whine about fairness, our resolve to prosper and achieve greatness is weakened. We must no longer spare the rod on the poor and the racial minorities. In response to this renewed spirit of real equality, our allies in 26 states have agreed to rebuild our real priority for homeland security by cutting Medicaid, K-12 and higher education, transportation services, aid to local governments, and health and human services. Let's give them bootstraps, not bus passes.

The cause of peace requires all free nations to recognize new and undeniable realities.

It is a harsh but true reality that every man is not meant to have a slice of the American pie. Some are destined to clean the plate. The very existence of affirmative action, desegregation and Title IX gender access policies rejects the natural order of humanity. Only through the elevation of hardworking representatives such as Clarence Thomas, Miguel Estrada, and Viet Dinh can we restore the colorblind vision of justice that has built this country.

We are a peaceful people --- yet we're not a fragile people, and we will not be intimidated by thugs and killers.

I will bring to bear the full force of my office to ensure that no harm comes to any real American citizen. In order to ensure the safety and security of true Americans, we must detain and deport the criminal elements that plague our nation. Rest assured the Department of Justice will hunt down, capture and punish these African, Latino, East Indian, Asian, and Arab evildoers. Only then will peace come.

The day of liberation is near.

We will soon be free of the incessant cries for "racial equality" and "economic justice." Finally, we will be free to earn all that the market yields, irrespective of labor concerns. Free to remove the accent of foreign tongues that offends our ears. Free to pursue our vision of economic prosperity by overpowering the misguided rule of other nations. Free to secure the blessings of liberty and prosperity for those embodied with the preordained rights of might and wealth. But liberation demands leadership. The war begins at home.

Good night, and may God continue to bless America.

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