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Obama has just assured the democrats (and why we still call them democrats, is beyond me) a whole new voting bloc:
“Having failed in the legislative process, the Obama administration has simply decided to usurp Congress’s constitutional authority and implement an amnesty program for millions of illegal aliens,” FAIR President Dan Stein said. “This step by the White House amounts to a complete abrogation of the president’s duty to enforce the laws of the land and a huge breach of the public trust. … In essence, the administration has declared that U.S. immigration is now virtually unlimited to anyone willing to try to enter — and only those who commit violent felonies after arrival are subject to enforcement.”
I won’t call them democrats anymore. They are now the American Marxist Party (Formerly Known as Democrats.)
His next move will be to issue them voting rights and mark my words, he will do so before the next election.
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We really don’t need California.
- Oranges can be grown in the southwest and southeast. My relatives grow them on their patios in Phoenix.
- They can keep Disneyland. We have DisneyWorld and several of our states have 6 Flags. And hey! we have DOLLYWOOD!
- Without the Socialist Republic of California, we still have plenty of beaches.
- They can have Yosemite. We’ll still have Yellowstone and Glacier and lots of other great parks.
- They can keep the 9th circuit. Those justices are goofy as hell!
- Screw their golf courses. There are primo courses all over America and especially in Michigan.
- Make the entertainment industry stay in Hollywood. We still have NYC (for the time being, that is. Trouble is they have Bloomberg and probably, Weiner next.)
- We need border patrols because I’m sick and tired of them moving away from the government they hate and then make my states (AZ and NV) just like what they left.
- We’ll be glad to take their goldfish, hamsters, dogs and cats.
- They can keep their foreskins. Most of us don’t want our own, let alone theirs.
- We have lots of room for all the refugee Conservatives and we’ll welcome them with open arms!
You have anything to add that I’ve forgotten, be my by guest adding in the comments.
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Pelosi — who is widely viewed as the person most responsible for ensuring that Dems drew a hard line against Bush’s privatization proposals — said that so doing would have persuaded people that there must have been something wrong with Social Security that needed fixing. She suggested that Dems should keep that message in mind as they prepare to do battle over Ryan’s Medicare proposals.
“We got criticized for it, but it was the most important thing,” Pelosi said. “We couldn’t have our own proposal on Social Security because it would confuse the public.” from the Washington Post via Fox Nation
LOL so she wants us to believe that there’s nothing wrong with Social Security…
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I’m a Brit lover like no other. Next to Israel, I think the Brits are the best friends we could ever have. I love reading their opinions about America because it’s interesting to see how the rest of the world views us. But sometimes they are a little arrogantly off the mark about things over here.
Anna Pukas, in her column from the ExpressUK is just a little off kilter in her assessment of the Obama regime. She makes some good points about the weakness of this regime and then she falls back on the false reporting and propaganda (for instance, about Gitmo) to back up her assertions. She says, for example, the Obama has been “stymied by a hostile Republican led congress.” Can’t she count? He had both houses of Congress for nearly 2 years and now he still has the Senate. And yet, he still couldn’t and can’t get anything done.
She complains about the aggressive cowboy leadership of George W. but laments that Obama has no clear goals and has shown no leadership for the world since he was elected. You can’t have it both ways, Anna. You want America to lead or not? Or is it about the personality of the leader that you object to?
On this point, she is correct and why the American people, as well as the rest of the world, is feeling insecure: What is President Obama doing about anything? The most alarming answer – your guess is as good as mine – is also, frankly, the most accurate one. What the President is not doing is being clear, resolute and pro-active, which is surely a big part of his job description.
It might be easy and fine for Brits to travel by bicycle, train and foot since England is about the size of Alabama and as the United Kingdom, it’s about the size of Oregon. But take a look at a map, Anna. America is 48 more of those states and many are pretty danmed huge. So to lament your that “American love affair with the car and oil remains undiminished despite any alleged commitment. But the White House appears to shy away from any tough action,” is really to misunderstand the size of my nation and traditions of the American people
The energy with which Obama entered the White House seems to have all gone in the push to bring in health care reform, which many Americans didn’t want (or still don’t realise they want). No, Anna, most Americans realise that we don’t want it and that we don’t like it. Period.
But here again is another mostly accurate truism from Pukas:
All of which means that it is starting to look as if Obama and the Democratic Party have but one aim in mind for the rest of this presidential term: to get elected for a second. That means not doing anything that might upset any number of special interest or niche groups, which in effect means not doing very much at all. So, not too many harsh but necessary measures to tackle the financial deficit; no clear direction on where America goes with Afghanistan, even though the war there is going nowhere except from bad to worse.
Puka’s complaints are valid and the same as most Americans share, but most of her examples to bolster those complaints are not.
Yes we can was a noble and powerful mantra which secured for Barack Obama the leadership of the free world.
“Hope and change” and “Yes we can” are not clear or meaningful slogans, let alone “noble and powerful.” All they do is incite emotion. Yes we can what? Elect an inexperienced, naive, amateur president? We sure did that.
Now, “Drill Baby Drill” – there was a clear, concise message.
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Governor Schwarzenegger is calling a special session of the state legislature to address a $6billion deficit with the goal of saving his state nearly $10billion dollars over the next 2 years.
And what will does he want to cut? Health and welfare services to millions of Californians. Arnold’s big plan is to limit doctor visits to 10/year and put a lid on prescriptions to citizens who are part of Medi-Cal, the state welfare service.
Rationing is beginning in the state with the 8th largest budget in the entire world and the largest illegal immigrant population (2.2million), in the United States. At the cost of 2.2million illegals, the bona fide citizens of California will lose their benefits and their entitlements.
In a state with 3 large sanctuary cities – San Francisco, Los Angles and San Diego – most of them simply won’t mind giving up what they’ve been voting for themselves for years.
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Here comes the new plea and excuse to give Mexico more aid:
The story of El Ponchis [the alleged 14 year old assassin] is the most shocking involving youngsters in drug cartels, but even President Felipe Calderon has acknowledged “in the most violent areas of the country, there is an unending recruitment of young people without hope, without opportunities.”
Figures obtained by The Associated Press from Mexico’s attorney general’s office show that the number of youths 18 and under detained for drug-related crimes has climbed steadily since Calderon launched his assault on cartels in 2006. There were 482 that year and 810 in 2009. There were 562 in the first eight months of this year, on track to surpass last year.
Just as TheOne has excused Muslim terrorists because of poverty and hopelessness, this is the excuse Calderon is using to explain the mess his nation is in. And this is how he’s going to be asking for more aide from us. If we want to save ourselves from his nation’s narco-terrorism, we will have to pay them.
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I know there was a time in my life when I could never recite the candidates for Senate in Delaware or for congress in Alaska. I never understood how important a political race in Florida was to me, living out in Nevada or Arizona. In fact, I never thought it was all that important. I believed that the “red scare” was over with McCarthy and that I’d never see a battle to save the Constitution from a small elitist and leftist minority. Like a majority of Americans, I’ve always believed in God but I never thought I would see a day, in America, where a mortal man would be revered and worshiped as the second coming.
I’ve always been busy raising kids and working to notice that my country was slipping away. Now we are on the cliff and about to lose it all. I know I’m no different than millions of other Americans. Most of us were not paying attention. We took for granted that the Constitution was always going to be there to protect us and that most politicians – I said MOST – believed that their service to America and to their constituents was almost a sacred calling.
But how things have changed.
I believe that, in the words of Mark Levin, this is the most important election of my life. I believed that the ’08 election was and we lost. In losing that election, we stepped to the edge of the cliff. I’m afraid that we will lose this time around and I’m not sure that we won’t finally go off that cliff. I’m disheartened that 20% of Americans consider themselves liberal: that nearly 2/3 believe America “is on the wrong track.” A majority don’t believe that their children will have an America as good as they’ve had, let alone a better America.
We are now racially and economically polarized. We can thank the president for that. From “cops acted stupidly” to the dismissal of the New Black Panther case, he has shown America on which side of the race issue he sits. Funny that he’s half white, and no one seems to want to acknowledge that, including Obama himself. He demonizes business and insurance companies. Bankers and Wall Street are the havens of “fat cats.” If you make $251,000, you are rich and you are vilified.
Too many races are “too close to call.” Too close to call means that there are legions of lawyers waiting for contested races and when those go to court, liberals win. One need only look to Al Franken . . . If a race is separated by a couple of percentage points, it will be contested by the left. There will be no justice because the courts are packed against the Constitution and against the majority of Americans. Voter fraud seems to be taking place all over this nation. If you can’t trust the ballot and the ballot takers, who can you trust? I was going to vote early, but now I’m afraid that my vote may not be counted, at all.
I’m discouraged and disheartened. I’m afraid that on November 3rd, our nation, as we’ve known it, will be dying.
I can’t blog and I think I finally know what writers block means.
Okay wait. . . this was a blog.
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Fathom the odd hypocrisy that Obama wants every citizen to prove they are insured, but people don’t have to prove they are citizens.
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In order for our troops to get the funding for body armor and ammunition and stuff they need, Republicans will have to vote for the immigration bill that Reid has attached to the Defense bill at the 11th hour. This immigration bill, dubbed the DREAM Act, gives a pathway to citizenship for minor illegal aliens. The vote for this will be next Tuesday.
If the GOP doesn’t vote in favor of this, they are leaving our troops stranded and unarmed. If they vote for it, they are moving big steps toward amnesty for illegals.
This is the Harry Way. This is the reason he has to go. This is what the Republicans and Angle have to jump on during this campaign. Reid has got to be tossed out.
Nothing is as unpatriotic and unAmerican as ransoming our troops in order to pass his illegal immigration legislation. The purpose of this is to get the Hispanic votes in Nevada. This is the lowest move any senator could make.
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I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.
It’s also the presidents job to protect America from aggressors and invasion, both foreign and domestic. In Arizona, he’s not really doing that job when you consider that we have land in this state that are basically off-limits to American citizens due to dangerous drug and human smuggling.
The government “encourages visitors to use public lands north of interstate 8” to avoid possibly armed criminals in OUR desert! We have already surrendered hundreds of miles of Arizona desert to Mexican criminals. Why not just move the border that far north and give it back to Mexico, for cryin’ out loud? As Governor Jan has said, we are basically surrendering portions of our state to another nation.
We’ve asked for support and national guard and for the most part, we have been ignored. The president walked as fast past Governor Perry (Texas) in an obvious snub, as he could last month when he flew in for a fund raiser. He has refused to talk to him or come down and visit the border states for himself.
The federal government is sending 525 guardsmen to the Arizona border but they can do very little: observe and report to the border patrol, period. In some instances it takes the patrol 30 to 60 minutes or more to arrive at a site and by then, the illegals are gone. Most of these roads in the desert are not much more than foot paths and almost none are paved which makes it a bit difficult for the patrols to react quickly.
We are being invaded and seceding our lands while it’s the presidents responsibility to protect and defend this nation. He’s not doing that. In fact, instead of taking action against this, he is taking ARIZONA and one of our sheriffs to court!
Obama’s confused if he can’t figure out that American citizens are not the enemy. And his attorney general needs to be replaced if it’s more important to sue Sheriff Joe and the state of Arizona while he lets Black Panthers walk.
Are we going to wait until terrorists make their way into this nation via the Arizona desert and commit something unspeakable before this administration takes this seriously? How many more dead American ranchers will it take?
I think this could be an impeachable offense and I hope someone with the expertise is looking into it.
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