They’re coming to a school near you…and they’re coming without needing the required immunizations all our kids need…and the ‘they’ of which I speak are the ILLEGAL children flooding our borders by the thousands…the ILLEGAL children being dispersed all over OUR country who will now spread their diseases to our children who in turn will spread them to us…diseases we long thought had been eradicated in OUR country.
And Barack HUSSEIN Obama knows this and just does NOT care. Continue reading
In the wake of the breakdown of congressional negotiations on immigration reform, President Obama has announced his intention at a White House press conference to “make some tough choices to meet the challenge — with or without Congress.” Many observers believe that this portends new executive action on the part of the president to issue an amnesty for illegal immigrants. While there is doubt on the part of some that Obama can issue sweeping changes to the immigration system by Executive Order, the Constitution does allow the president to unilaterally issue an amnesty for illegal immigrants and his past actions prove that he would be willing to take that step.
Red State’s Dan Spencer points out that, as late as 2011, Barack Obama eschewed the notion that he could unilaterally change congressionally enacted immigration laws. The president said, “This notion that somehow I can just change the laws unilaterally is just not true…. There are laws on the books that I have to enforce.” Continue reading
On Friday, I wrote of an executive order signed by Obama that allows for the detention of Americans with symptoms of certain respiratory diseases. At first, it was thought that was due to Ebola. It would seem, however, that it may be the result of all those illegals Obama is setting loose in the country. According to a report at CBS Pittsburgh, there are a number of illegal immigrants who have been released into the country by the Obama administration that are sick — really sick.
In fact, Shawn Moran, the vice president and spokesman for the National Border Patrol Council, told KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek that some agents have been hospitalized for — get this — respiratory diseases they believe came from their job.
“This isn’t about Republicans and Democrats, it’s about defending the Constitution that we swore an oath to uphold and acting decisively when it might be compromised.”
- Speaker of the House John Boehner
“The main vote that they have scheduled for today is whether or not they decide to sue me for doing my job.” – Barack HUSSEIN Obama
For doing his job…his job has been the destruction of America from within…and yeah…he does need to be sued for that. Continue reading
During a hearing by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D- Ill., accused the Border Patrol of torturing illegal minors at a facility in in El Paso, Texas, by keeping them in a cold facility.
Silly Democrat. Doesn’t she know the Border Patrol only tortures and harasses American citizens? Besides, as Breitbart TV noted, it was over 100 degrees in El Paso, so naturally the air conditioning was on. But to the Illinois Marxist, keeping the A/C on amounts to torture.
Disease…illness…epidemic…words that make most people cringe and rightly so for NO one enjoys being sick. Thankfully, in America most major communicable diseases have been if NOT eradicated at least held down to a minimum with isolated pockets popping-up sporadically here and there thanks to childhood vaccines and adult booster shots. And I am NOT talking about the usual garden variety of winter and summer illnesses…the common cold, simple uncomplicated flu, food poisoning, and such…but I mean the hardcore stuff…diseases that can send people to the hospitals en masse…or worse…to the morgue. Continue reading
In an infuriating video posted to YouTube Saturday, John Stossel reveals how American citizens are being harassed, tased and in some cases, arrested for not wanting to answer invasive questions. Worse yet, this is happening in some cases, up to 100 miles from the border.
Meanwhile, illegal immigrants are given a pass, bussed and flown around the country — at taxpayer expense.
Whenever the subject of immigration reform comes up, a charge that is certain to be bandied about is that Republicans are trying to foist amnesty on the country. Almost every Republican of note has been accused of supporting amnesty at some point in recent years. Are these charges true? What is the truth about the Republicans and amnesty?
First, what is amnesty? Merriam Webster defines “amnesty” as “a decision that a group of people will not be punished or that a group of prisoners will be allowed to go free” or “the act of an authority (as a government) by which pardon is granted to a large group of individuals.” Similarly, Merriam Webster defines “pardon” as the “act of officially saying that someone who was judged to be guilty of a crime will be allowed to go free and will not be punished.” Is this what prominent Republicans are advocating? Continue reading
By now it should be clear to everyone that the current immigration system is broken and beyond repair. Illegal immigrants flock across the border with seeming impunity. Businesses depend on the labor of these immigrants, even as many US citizens leave the work force or are forced to work part-time jobs. Even legal immigrants like the Tsarnaev brothers can travel between the United States and terrorist training camps abroad without the knowledge of federal authorities. Perhaps worst of all, at President Obama’s implicit invitation, many unaccompanied immigrant children have made a dangerous journey the southern border to throw themselves on the mercy of the American welfare state. Immigration reform will require a common sense approach and a bipartisan compromise
Democrats and Republicans disagree on the solutions to these and many other problems faced by Americans. What’s more, the current balance of power in Washington in which Republicans control the House of Representatives and Democrats control the Senate and White House guarantees that neither party can force its own solution on the other. Many conservatives hold out hope for a Republican Senate majority after this year’s elections, but, even with the most optimistic projections, the GOP will not hold a majority large enough to override President Obama’s almost certain veto of a partisan immigration bill. The only viable solution to the immigration problem requires compromise.