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Immigration Pushed To The Forefront Again.... Thanks! To Everyone Who Has Propelled This Issue To Its' Rightful Position. Years Of Hard Work Are Paying Off.....Keep Up The Good Work!......
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Old 04-20-2011, 12:20 PM
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Default Let's Break Immigration a Wee Bit More

O: Let's Break Immigration a Wee Bit More
In response to the news that Standard and Poors has downgraded U.S. government debt, President Obama has vowed to tackle…immigration reform.
Reeling from wars, declared and undeclared, a debt crisis and a public perception that he’s out of touch, President O proved at the very least that he means to make up with Hispanic leaders in his bid to get re-elected.
And in doing so, he proved again that he’s still out of touch.
"I want to support Barack Obama for re-election," Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., a fellow Chicagoan and a Hispanic leader, told MSNBC on Monday. "But the lack of progress on immigration reform and the lack of action that Barack Obama, our president, has -- the discretion he has -- is really making that job difficult for me."
While the rest of us are concentrating on solving the enormous debt and budget issues that remain before us, and perhaps a war or two, Obama has told selected groups between rounds of golf- groups that don’t include you and me- that he’s ready to get serious about “immigration” reform.
¡Hurra!
You see he wasn’t serious about immigration reform during the two years his party held power. During that time he could have dictated immigration reform measures. But had he solved the problem then, in his own way, he wouldn’t have been able to pander to Hispanic voters on the issue in 2012 while he was running for re-election.
Oh, and you thought he was already pandering to Hispanics with lawsuits against states that were trying to enforce immigration laws?
No, apparently O means to do more.
He’s determined to provide America with “21st-century economic and national security” by creating an immigration system that looks less secure than the one we had in 19th-century. He’s going to fix our “nation's broken immigration system” presumably by breaking it a wee bit more.
¡Hurra!
But first we have to give him a second term, strongly supported by the Hispanic vote. After his re-election any actual legislative measures to address illegal immigration will be superfluous.
Then Hispanics can go about the business of becoming the discarded refuse in the magical journey of Barack Obama’s life, like Jeremiah Wright, Progressives, Environmentalists, 9-11 families, Peaceniks, Islam, Christianity, Capitalism, Marxism, Reagan Democrats…you know, practically anything he’s been close to or says he’s holds dear.
To show how serious the O is about the effort at immigration reform, he’s invited cartoon hero, crime fighter and pseudo-governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger to a sit down at the White House so they can figure the whole thing out.
Schwarzenegger doesn’t have a vote- or a job- nor can he act in any official capacity in the matter of immigration reform, but he can still stand in front of a camera and act concerned. He can still co-star in his preferred role as best supporting Republican in a feature starring Democrats.
The cameo appearance by the Arnold will give the O the fig leaf he needs to claim bipartisanship.
And then when it’s all over, when they’ve filled the issue with the political equivalent of emotional steroids, both men can go back to doing what they do best.
The Arnold can go back making bad movies and the O can go back to writing books about himself.
¡Hurra!
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:13 AM
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Default The Hispanic voice.

It has been painfully obvious for some time that the Hispanic voice is becoming more and more influential with politicians kissing up increasingly too for a vote. Most troubling is that there is a very larger segment of Hispanics *( Certainly not all ) that hate Gringos and that are extremist racists. I don't think that there is any other nationality or racial ethnicity that is so radical and outspoken. Not even the blacks/African Americans. And conspicuously the Mexicans are the ring leaders.

I can't see that Obama has any chance at all for re-election due to the eligibility factor. He won't disclose and more states will implement laws that will, obstruct him.

The shocker, for me, is that according to a recent poll Donald Trump is leading the Republican pack and by quite a wide margin. Of course it's still early. But TRUMP ????? Dear Lord, the thrice married philanderer, puff blusterer ? But of course I wasn't thrilled with the movie actor Reagan either before he was elected.

And an even bigger rude awakening is that Obama won over even Trump which illustrates that he still has lots and lots of followers. But, it seems, the poll was loaded. A big 27% of independent votes were neutral and not counted. So, who knows. It's far too early to speculate.
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Old 04-22-2011, 05:52 AM
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Default What a mess.

Maybe God can intervene on this countries behalf and dole out a few strokes to some selected individuals.
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