One answer to Obama

We are now at a great crossroads, we’ve been here for a while. Now for all Obama’s criticism, rhetoric, and complaints about his favorite whipping post, Republicans, there is one response to it all. We need to hear it echoed from every rooftop to anything he says.

The answer to it all is “Obama, people can’t trust you”. They can’t trust him to enforce the laws now. He won’t enforce the laws we have, but he demands new law. Congress can’t trust him to enforce new legislation. You can’t trust him to uphoild anything, including his word. You can’t trust him to fix a problem.

He’s rewritten his own namesake law so many times, he’s declared others broken, he’s ignored others, he’s refused to enforce still others. And he rewrites what Congress passes to suit his fancy.

So he stands there complaining congress won’t fix something, or won’t send him something, or won’t work with him. The answer is “We can’t trust you, Obama.” There is no good faith or credit there, and the people don’t trust or believe him. That is the response he should get to anything he says or asks.

Now Obama says “we’ve actually got a humanitarian crisis on the border now”.

Is he proud because he caused it?

Crying over spilled borders — pretending to — Obama said:

We now have an actual humanitarian crisis on the border that only underscores the need to drop the politics and fix our immigration system once and for all. In recent weeks, we’ve seen a surge of unaccompanied children arrive at the border, brought here and to other countries by smugglers and traffickers.

Today, I sent a letter to congressional leaders asking that they work with me to address the urgent humanitarian challenge on the border, and support the immigration and Border Patrol agents who already apprehend and deport hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants every year. And understand, by the way, for the most part, this is not a situation where these children are slipping through. They’re being apprehended. But the problem is, is that our system is so broken, so unclear that folks don’t know what the rules are.

Why would they know what the “rules”– Law –is since he’s been playing legislator?

“We can’t trust you !”

“We can’t trust you !”

“We can’t trust you !”

And Congress can’t trust you !

From the Jackson Sun: “Obama’s strategy of division”

Divide and conquer sums up President Obama’s political strategy on immigration: Stop deportations. It will inflame conservatives and appease Latinos.

The more conservatives are angered, the less chance genuine reform will have in the House. And the more Latinos are appeased by the end of deportations, the more they will be drawn to the Democrats.

It’s as skillful a move as any ricochet shot in a pool hall. By widening the gap between Latinos and conservatives — through a deliberate refusal to enforce immigration laws — he hurts the country and helps his party.

The cornerstone of any Republican approach to immigration reform is to prevent a continuing influx of illegal immigrants from abroad even as those who have already arrived are, at least partially, assimilated. Republicans are generally willing to grant those here illegally the ability to work without fearing deportation. But they are not willing to concede a path to citizenship and voting.

All Republicans are concerned that any form of amnesty in the U.S. will only serve to catalyze a heavier flow of foreigners to come here illegally. The recent influx of unaccompanied children from Central America makes this tendency manifest.

The key question for Republicans has always been: Can we trust the administration to seal the border? More>

We know that answer….very well. Just repeat it.
RightRing | Bullright

2 comments on “One answer to Obama

  1. bullright says:

    Maybe he figures all this border crisis will take some attention off all his other scandals.

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  2. thomlucci says:

    And still no one has the balls to start impeachment of the son-of-a-bitch.

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