Obama’s Constitutional Chaos

Its now clear Obama is going from place to place causing Constitutional standoffs or crises. Anyone can guess why but there is no doubt that is what he and they are doing. I have a new word for it, a chaosathon.

Eric Holder complains about a Constitutional crisis on the horizon, while actually causing one intentionally. You don’t get to have it both ways – being the cause and somehow the victim. That’s like starting a fire and then screaming “FIRE!”. He lies about the program. Then months later fails to comply with subpoenas and congressional oversight necessary to investigate it.

But it’s much the same thing he did with Fast and Furious itself. He had the program under his DoJ, then demands credit for shutting it down – never mind that the failed program should not have been operating to begin with. But he brags ending it is an achievement. Now he runs around warning people they’re causing a Constitutional crisis or standoff, while his defiance causes Constitutional chaos. It is almost nutty; but it’s the same M-O Obama uses.

Holder sues states for trying to enforce laws and control illegal immigration on their borders, while he refuses to enforce laws and fails to defend the border. Then he withholds resources so the state cannot do the basic duties of enforcing the law, and stops their 287b resources. Next Holder will probably complain about the problem this dysfunction is causing. It’s only par for their course. Cause a problem, or make it inextricably worse, then complain about the problem.

Notice a pattern?
Obama has shutdown the Fast and Furious inquiry using executive privilege.

Obama uses executive order to circumvent immigration law and usurp Congressional authority in one sweep.

Janet Napoletana admits it lacks congressional authority on immigration and that this is causing yet another Constituional crisis. Sound the alarm. Then blame congress for not adressing the problem, which they are lighting a fire under.

The problem, of course, is in Obama’s and Holder’s oath of office. They swore to uphold the Constitution — not their whacky ideology.(Alynski take a bow) We are a nation of laws not men and dictators. But now we are a nation under a king.

It is as if he were erasing the Declaration of Independence. He not only chooses what laws he will or will not enforce, he is creating scads of new laws burdensome and disagreeable to the people. Does any of this sound familiar? It should, just like the list in the Declaration. Remember “let the facts be submitted to a candid world”?

Just for openers:

He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.

He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them.

So he is well on his way.

Illegal mmigration follows the same formula: break the laws, throw the system into chaos, and then complain “the system is broken”. See a pattern? So go out and rob stores and then complain about robberies. Or, like I said, start a fire and then complain there’s a fire.
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His war in Lybia.
Fast and Furious
Illegal Immigration
The national debt
No budget for 3 years
Filing suits against states
Attacking the Supreme Court at his State of the Union.
He tells Congress what it should do to keep him happy.
Dealing with enemy combatants and such.
On every issue he touches he starts a Constitutional problem.
Then blame others for the problems

He’s the Sultan of Constitutional Chaos

42 comments on “Obama’s Constitutional Chaos

  1. pepperhawk says:

    Bull,

    You sure summed this one up good. And what really ticks me off about this is that nobody, mainly Congress, will put a check on him and his administration.

    Yes, they commit constitutional chaos everywhere they poke their noses when they should not have a say.

    Needless to say I’m so weary of these people and I wonder if enough people will vote this complete mess out of the WH in November. It scares me to think of 4 more years, or maybe more if the Liar in Chief proclaims himself dictator.
    The fraud is going to be so massive in November and we might all wake up the next day saying “What the bleep happened” like Monica Crowley’s new book title states.

    That’s how I feel about every day. What the bleep happened.

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    • bullright says:

      Pepp: I couldn’t agree more. That’s an excellent tittle too. How can they still say but he deserves another 4? Its crazy but they do. How can they fool that many people? I just saw that Quinipiac poll come out, just as Obama is losing grounds, to say he has an edge and they like him better than Romney — or some absurd thing. If this is any indication, imagine what lies we will hear in the last 48 hours. It will be “historic” all right, beating their last campaign’s record of lies. But the only true “race” factor in this election is their race to our demise.

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  2. pepperhawk says:

    I could not believe my eyes when I saw that poll and Obama up 10 points over Romney in Ohio. I about passed out. The week before Romney was still ahead of him.
    But what I heard on the TV Obama made a blitzkrieg across Ohio, Penn, and FLA with ads against Romney accusing him of doing shady business deals under Bain Capital and that every job created under Romney’s Bain capital went overseas. So, I guess dumb people in these 3 states are believing the Liars lying ads. I heard he is hitting Romney so hard with back to back ads in those 3 states, in fact he’s spent 58 million doing this.

    Then it became clearer why people were suddenly turning against Romney.
    Also that creep is taking credit for what John Kasich did in Ohio, getting the budget under control and making it a better state for businesses to move into. I cannot believe the gall of that shithead Obo!

    And Kasich is up for a recall in November since the unions didn’t like him any better than Scott Walker.

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    • bullright says:

      Yes yes, that was it. And Pennsylvania too. Ah, ads… and that explains why Barry is spending faster than even he raises cash. Yea bad Bain, and good Obama “investor”. The guy who looses more money than Greece in his “investments” but they don’t talk about that. Romney better, its another contradiction for the out-of-touch Bama.. Oh I noticed he’s taking credit for improvements in Ohio, under Kasich. Good ol’ Ed Rendell spouted that one — with a great big grin.(and no one challenged him). Kasich is up? Add another level to their propaganda. Lets see how they tar and feather the white knight in Ohio. And when you add in the media’s help it boggles your mind. Btw, he went right from Ohio making promises to “working class” et al, to fundraising with the elites in NYC. That should show smart people in Ohio who is important. Now I know the money was airdropped over Ohio before he even raised it. Disgusting on steroids. So he wants to run against Governors or anyone else but his record and Romney. It also goes with the latest plan Soros and DNC have targeting Governor mansions. (I’m also waiting to hear what he’s doing in S-West Pa.)

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      • pepperhawk says:

        Yeah is that not a joke or what? The Liar put a few people to work that cost the tax payer $5million a piece. Eric Bolling had those numbers on Fox. Unbelievable. Then he has the nerve to go after Romney who did make jobs for people in this country. I am so sick of the demorats projecting what they do onto the Republicans.
        And Romney better start striking back before he can’t get his numbers in Ohio any better than ten points below that Deviant. After all Romney knocked Newt out of the race with his ads. He better try to knock the Deviant One out.
        The bummer will run against any republican and also want his revenge on anyone who disagrees with him.

        And here the little twit is whining about Romney having more money in his campaign coffers than Romney. What a loser! He outspent McCain 3x in the 2008 election. Now he’s mad someone else is getting more donations that he is. What a creep.

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        • bullright says:

          Pepp: I am waiting for Romney to drop the bomb, I hope he is capable. It should be easy to contrast Obama’s losses with Romney’s success.(I’m thinking something like the ‘skillet meets egg’ anti-drugs ad) Obama cares nothing about O-hi-o or Pennsylvania. Just like in ’08, they’re only gun toating, Bible clinging bigots.

          He only cares about one job, his, which affirmative action and white guilt bestowed on him. Now he’s trying to determine if there is enough white guilt left in the bank to reelect him.

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        • bullright says:

          “Now he’s mad someone else is getting more donations that he is. What a creep.”

          Strange, and after blowing up our public matching funds system. (remember it was broken he said…)

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  3. bullright says:

    Pepp: I was flabbergasted when they took credit in Ohio. Some nerve, at the same time they attack Kasich, and send their minions after him, for the reforms that made it possible. You know, Clinton still enjoys the credit for budget as his greatest accomplishment. All due to the Republican congress.(Largely to Kasich’s credit) If Billy did that, what all can this Liar steal?

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    • pepperhawk says:

      Bull,
      I too was dumbstruck when he took credit for Ohio’s comeback. It’s such a huge lie that I can barely believe that people believe that LIAR. It is a lot of nerve taking credit for poor Kasich who has been under fire by the unions since he took office. He’s had death threats even before Walker had them.

      And all he’s doing is trying to get the bloated unions from overpowering the state coffers. The fireman’s union in particular were sending death threats to him on Face Book of all things. I don’t think any one was ever arrested over it either. The unions were ticked off because apparently under their deal in Ohio they weren’t paying one dime for their health care or their pensions.

      The teachers union is another big problem. To allow the teachers to keep their first year salaries of $55,000, the school districts fired all the janitorial men. I have a friend in Cintii who was one to get fired. He tells me they are going to hire some outside service, then they don’t have to pay those people much and no benefits. Can you imagine a first year teacher making $55,000?
      My Daughter in law is a teacher and she never made any salary near that for her first year. It’s insane.

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      • bullright says:

        Pepp: “The unions were ticked off because apparently under their deal in Ohio they weren’t paying one dime for their health care or their pensions.”

        Well, appalled doesn’t cover it. And guess who was right there behind what they were doing stirring it up? Ed Schultz organizer, hack, media spokesperson extraordinaire. He and Strickland, who even took a backseat to Ed the hack. All on MSNBC’s dime. Their go to man Schultz has been very busy, when not attacking women.

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        • pepperhawk says:

          Yeah, I saw that hack Schultz and Strickland in the background fighting. The unions brought in big time leaders and millions of dollars that Kasich couldn’t fight because he didn’t have the money. Deplorable! I can’t stomach that hack Schultz calling Laura Ingraham a whore was it? Or was it a slut? He made an apology that sounded so half hearted and contrived. Miserable piece of human flesh.

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          • bullright says:

            Its like these hacks have replaced the radical flame throwers of the sixties. If she was a “slut” I guess that makes him ‘chief Pimp of Media’. Another proud member of limousine liberal guard claiming to stand for the working class.

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  4. bullright says:

    Pepp: I guess they took a page from terrorists cause they’ve declared a jihad. Only instead of sticking clerics in control they want union bosses in power. It is a jihad nonetheless.

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    • pepperhawk says:

      Bull,
      That’s a good way to put it, a jihad on Americans.

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      • pepperhawk says:

        ha ha, Crack head Ed a pimp. 😀 I can see him in his pink hat and black limousine.

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        • bullright says:

          LMAO. Complete w/feather. That only deserves a reply from Dave. LOL

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          • pepperhawk says:

            I think I should call Dave and see what’s going on. I talked to him last week and his computer was down, like it was unable to even boot up. Some friend who is in IT right now is trying to help him out. But it must not be up I’ve not heard a word from him. Then too he’s over his parents every day helping his Dad and Mom now.

            But, you’re right, that comment deserves a Dave take on it. I’m missing his funnies.

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          • pepperhawk says:

            Bull,

            I called Dave and talked for about 3 hours with him. His computer is still down and he has been so busy with helping his parents right now he didn’t even know about the SCOTUS ruling and the contempt vote. Dave is pretty wound up helping his parents and these outer issues have to take a back seat right now. I know when I’ve suffered a death, I don’t care what’s going on in the world.
            Dave is doing fine though and he got a laugh about crack head ed being a pimp. He wishes he could get online, but it’s a matter of time getting his PC up and running again.
            Meanwhile we laughed ourselves sick over many of the things going on in this country. Sometimes it just starts to get more hilarious if ya know what I mean. I can barely believe my eyes and ears and just want to laugh at the foils of it all, but then it’s so serious what is happening to us and our country. Well crying and laughing are the same release someone once said.

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          • bullright says:

            Good, glad he’s okay hanging in there. Priorities call I know. But he’s needed and appreciated. Long as he knows that. (don’t want to talk behind his back 🙂 )Well, speaking of that, you should montor some of my frequent calls with JG. Sounds like we’re on the same….ah, warpath shall we say? (ever so politely, Winnie) And if HS is listening, I feel sorry for their eardrums, and I’m in deep kimsue. If you don’t hear from me. Funny, I rarely can speak candidly to anyone else, Gene and his poor wife know. But at a get together with my DIL, who will spread you across the internet quicker than you can blink, I was speaking to her father who says he’s not up on things. Well, I summed it up saying “when they come I’m first on their list, a troublemaker. You might be lucky”. His wife just wondered if I was serious. Just cause you laugh don’t mean you ain’t serious. Ha ha. Gene would vouch for that.

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  5. bullright says:

    Rush calls him “Mr. Ed”, but I think it should be ‘Mr. Cracked-Ed.’ The great thing about Ed is you don’t have to watch long – though I don’t recommend it– before he cracks and says something outrageous to completely give away the propaganda pretense of the show. It used to be liberals said “truth to power” was their shtick. Now its just screaming a lot, fists in the air, however irrational, is all the rage. It doesn’t really matter much what you say. Oh and then grin afterward. Liberals eat this stuff up…and even regurgitate it! He’s got an entire library at youtube of the whacky things he says. But his number one priority is reserved for Rush Limbaugh. Apparently Ed the pimp is the only one who cannot see his hypocrisy. Rush tried whispering in his ear, but it didn’t help. Same old Ed the media pimp.

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    • pepperhawk says:

      Bull,

      LOL! You sure don’t have to watch long. In fact most of what I get are clips Hannity shows of Mr. Cracked-Ed raving and spewing utter nonsense. I wonder how anyone can watch that crap for too long. I think his ratings are terrible. It is so loathsome, all the stuff he rants about.

      Oh, really, Ed has something against Limbaugh? He’s probably jealous he hasn’t got near the ratings as Rush. The whole of MSNBC is nuts.

      I caught Al Shaprton on his show (can you believe that one?) with 2 blacks from the black caucus saying “Hallelujah, they’ve won now after the Obamacare was upheld. They said it never can be repealed now. Then they said “God works in mysterious ways”. LOL! I wonder if they were talking about the real God or the false god, the Deviant.

      Little do these nut-jobs know that this Obamacare is going to cost a fortune and crash the economy. God working mysteriously indeed.

      Then when they went to a commercial, they played black soul music. I swear I wonder how many people watch Sharpton, the race baitor’s show. It stinks.

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      • bullright says:

        Pepp: Hilarious, Rev al revving up the race track. (sorry) Yea their false one for sure. I really believe they don’t care if it breaks us and if its a nightmare from sci-fi. They wanted it and got it.

        “Can’t be repealed.”… No HA HA HA HA HA HA(I’m back) but they reserve the right to repeal any governor, secretary of state, politician, or election that is not in their favor. Walking talking contradiction. Hypocrisy has a “name”. Never, is a long time. Love how they define Republic. I don’t see how even Al takes himself seriously.(but everyone else should?)

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        • pepperhawk says:

          Bull,
          You’re on the ball tonight with your puns. LOL! Revving up the race track. Perfect!

          Right, a bad law can’t be repealed to these people but they will do everything in their power to take down a conservative. Romney is getting beat up so bad and he’s not swinging as yet. He needs some boxing lessons.

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          • bullright says:

            I had a horrible thought. They think its like ROE WADE, a decision is law is forever. They believe it. I’m hoping he’s just taking notes and sizing up his limp-wristed opponent. I hope.

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          • pepperhawk says:

            Bull, I think your horrible thought is on target. The “racist” ones do think it can now never be taken away, Obamacare I mean. Too sad. It’s going to go down the tubes one of these days, whether it’s this year or next or the next decade. Hallelujah!!!!

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      • bullright says:

        Pepp: Rush and talking Ed apparently go way back. Ed all but challenged him to a duel. Then he baited Rush that he is afraid to come on his show to debate “anything”. Rush should do HIS show and bring him viewers? That’s outrageous. He challenged him to go waterskiing up north. The thought of Ed on water skis behind a boat is still haunting me.

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        • pepperhawk says:

          OMG! Cracked Ed on water skis! It’s rather a blubbery affair I may say. Does conjure up images that are rather disgusting.

          A duel? LMAO! As if Ed crack head could debate anything with Rush. It would take less than a NYC second for Crack Head to start tossing the name calling about.

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          • bullright says:

            Pepp: I think you’re right and there is a lot of envy on his side. That and liberal ideology is highly flamable.

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          • pepperhawk says:

            Bull

            Now that would be funny to watch on MSNBC if some night crack head Ed got himself so riled up he burst into flames, crashing and burning on live TV. Now that would be somethin for us gun totin folks to watch!

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    • pepperhawk says:

      Bull,

      I’d love to be a fly on the wall listening to you and your buddy on the phone. I’m sure you’re being monitored and will be detained in an undisclosed place at any time. Never fear though. You’ll have lots of company. I’ll be there. We can laugh all we want even if they are water boarding us. I’ll show those wusses how brave we are. I’ll take the water boarding and not give up a doggone thing. 😀

      Aw, Dave loves us to talk about him. It’s all good. I just miss him not being around to throw his jewels in the mix.

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  6. bullright says:

    Pepp, confession…
    I must be a little strange. I don’t care much for watching libs who think they’re funny. But occasionally I torture myself watching libs who don’t think they are being funny, while desperately trying not to look comical. I guess it’s the satirist streak.

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    • pepperhawk says:

      Bull,

      I use directv’s directv newsmix where I can see and hear about 8 different news channels at once. So when Fox goes to a commercial I sneak onto CNN or MSNBC to see what kinds of stupid things they are saying or doing. It does bring laughter at times. I do it so I can use the material in an article if I choose to make them look like idiots. Also it’s always good to know what the enemy is saying.
      So I don’t think you’re strange at all.

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      • bullright says:

        Pepp, like that

        Hey, that newsmix. is the best thing I’ve seen. Cable doesn’t have it, not here anyway. I used to watch it at my sons. I could pop right to the action before the fists fly. Ha ha. Its sort of like the WH set up. And you can see what they are doing at the same time as the others. Its neat. IF the sound was on the other one, you still see it. Often you don’t miss much when liberals blather on the way they do. I could always figure out what Madcow or Matthews were talking about, and muting them was a bonus feature. My only complaint was I think CNN was the default audio. You couldn’t change the default.

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  7. I live in a state that recently passed it’s own immigration law and I am sure it will be struck down now. What really gets to me is that we are being accused of being rascist because we don’t want illegals here. I can’t speak for everyone but for me personally it had nothing to do with race but with the fact that they are in our country illegally. To me it should be a black and white issue (no puns or racism intended) but because it has been allowed to continue for so long we have all these gray areas concerning the children that were brought here. I have compassion for them because it was not them breaking the law but their parents.

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    • bullright says:

      W4Change:Obviously thanks so much for the visit and like. I appreciate the comments.

      Standing up for rule of law is now racism. I concur, and we should not have to be apologists, guilty first till we prove our innocence. Something is wrong with that paradigm. I knew it wasn’t going to get better when I heard him say “clinging to guns and reliegion”. Even OJ had the famous defense if the glove doesn’t fit you must acquit. But us? I never thought racism –or reverse racism of race baiters — could be so politicized. Advocating justice and the rule of law now earns the race label. I never thought that possible either. I have compassion too for people being hurt, property destroyed, and people being politically manipulated. It should not be happening, and on this scale, but it is.

      Its a lack of responsibility from our government and a failure. They believe 2 failures equal justice, in their “social justice” scheme.(3 if you count gun walking) Then to have our illustrious prez pandering the vote and playing politics is just in your face. He stepped all over the Constitution now so we are in uncharted water. Basically, unless you support blanket amnesty you must be a racist. Its a low bar. I am now de facto strapped with the racist label, and probably the only thing that can remove it is my vote for them, him and the left, which I will not do. We can adress it by sticking to the rule of law. But I think they are so fearful of someone like Rubio with conservative ideas might gather steam. So right, it needs to be simple b&w issue(no pun intended or inferred) not “racism vs. not racism”. And our disclaimers not to be racists should not be necessary either.

      Thanks so much for coming by. (enjoyed your blog)

      (Also you may be interested in the Pepperhawk’s blog, on a similar topic.)

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    • pepperhawk says:

      wife4change,

      You are not alone with your feelings. Most conservatives feel the same way. These people broke the law coming in here and then they feed off of the tax payer. We might not even have a deficit if we didn’t have all these illegals in here getting benefits we don’t get.

      Until we get a different prezbo, Holder will sue every state that has an immigration law. So good luck in whatever state you’re in.

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      • bullright says:

        Pepp that’s a very good point. You know, every place I know of the schools are organized locally and funded by local taxpayers. When a state or government is reluctant to enforce the borders, it has a huge impact on the schools. Is it fair to just open the borders, and thereby schools to everyone around the world? No one would think so, no sane person. But it is the local taxpayers’ coffers. They aren’t national schools. (yet) Should they have to fund the world? Shouldn’t they have a say — first say? But this is what’s lost in the debate how much of local issue and problem it is. And DC just sez “don’t worry ‘bout it!”. Who are they to say? A person wouldn’t advocate heating their home and opening all the windows. But its the same thing.

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        • pepperhawk says:

          Bull,

          Exactly right. Schools have to bear the burden of tutoring these illegals and just where does that money come from? The STATES!!!! As Rick Perry said he’d rather have them schooled than end up on Welfare after school. There is a kind of logic there.

          But the local communities suffer greatly. You are right, so right. This is something that never gets brought up during these debates over illegals in our country, that WE are paying for everything they get! Now why is that????

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  8. bullright says:

    Thinking about illegal immigration again. I keep coming back to responsibility or lack thereof. We on the right are always lectured about it; on the left, well, anything goes. If you follow the chain of responsibility, we wouldn’t be in this predicament. (in a perfect world maybe) In America we want to be responsible, and we are responsible for our families, to our families. We want to defend our children, as their parents, not the other way around — not force, use, or expect our children to defend us. That would feel awkward to most of us. But this is where some illegal immigrants have it exactly backwards: they expect the children to defend their conduct, behavior and conditions etc. Hence, anchor babies etc., to gain access and roots in the US. That is the reverse from being responsible FOR our children.

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  9. pepperhawk says:

    Good night Bull. I’m hitting the hay stack.

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