The Nook | Information the Liberal Media Intentionally Hides
- Friday, 16 September 2011 08:47
Speaking to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus last night, a group of progressive lawmakers that want amnesty in America, President Obama, again, discussed his deepest intentions of circumventing the rule of law to enforce his radical agenda. After two years of unregulated Democratic control of Congress, Obama is finally realizing that his policies are vastly unpopular with the American people. This was shown in the mid-term elections of 2010. The result is a White House that is governing by executive fiat to enforce laws that wouldn't stand a chance passing in Congress. And with Hispanics being very disappointed with him, Obama needs to do everything he can to secure the Hispanic vote; the rule of law - and America's safety - be damned.
Last month, President Obama, through Homeland Security, loosened immigration policy, which was essentially the DREAM Act, to open the door to amnesty. Hispanics lauded the effort, as did the labor union thugs, who will see an increase in membership. For Democrats, it's all about registering as many illegal aliens to vote because they know the uphill battle they're facing in 2012. The DREAM Act has failed countless times in Congress and currently has no chance of becoming law. Having this knowledge, Obama found a way to regulate instead of legislating.
The most bothersome aspect of these statements is that they're even being made. Here we have the President of the United States of America publicly stating that he wants to circumvent the system that keeps the country in check. Later in the speech, Obama said that he can only do much and it's Congress that needs to act. Yes, that's the trained community organizer coming out to rile up the crowds and encourage activism.
Obama spoke to the extreme liberal, open borders and amnesty group, La Raza (the "race") last month, where he said it was "very tempting" to listen to the people that want him to bypass Congress and change laws on his own. It must be very tempting because he's done it so many times, including net neutrality with the FCC, labeling the air we breathe as a greenhouse gas through the EPA and pro-union laws through the NLRB, just to name a few. It's not tempting, Mr. President, it's your reality.
Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.