I suppose you've all heard about Obama's unbridled political ambitions, five months before elections, to defer, by executive order, deportation of 800,000 illegal immigrants. An unconstitutional move for political gain. I've heard that some groups (don't know who) are considering law suits. If the Arizona and Texas didn't have enough trouble with understaffed border guards, I dread what will happen now. Obama might as well have flung the gates open in complete defiance of immigration laws duly passed by our legislature.
Here is what we are not supposed to notice. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Unemployment Report of June 1, 2012 the unemployment rate for American Men and Women is 24.4%. For White Men and Women in this age group the unemployment rate is a mere 22.1%. For Hispanic Americans in this age group unemployment is 30.4%. For Black Americans this age unemployment is 35.2%. Why are these destitute Americans forgotten?
Where are the tears for poor American children who, because of competition from people living in the USA illegally, have no chance to build job skills for their future? One in four American youths have seen their opportunities disappear to those with no legal right to live and work in the USA. These are the forgotten people in the propaganda campaign to give amnesty to these young Illegal Immigrants. Wages have dropped significantly in labor markets that are dominated by illegal immigrants.
Remember that Pres. Nixon tried this kind of stuff years ago with his slush funds and enemies lists and White House Plumbers and his cover-ups. He was impeached.
I am not used to going to the Forum.. I usually just Blog.. But I found what you posted. :-)
What you say is so too.!
I can't understand WHY the House doesn't start with Impeachment NOW!! The only thing I can conclude is that John and Mitch are in agreement with the NWO which put him into office!!
I doesn't make any sense!
These last move is unthinkable!
That is a GREAT Post!!
Nancy.. what can we do!
For now, I'm throwing my support to Republican, by whatever means I have available. I call their offices and write letters to them and letters to the editor in my local newspaper. I don't use email to contact senators or representatives; I use snail mail. It's less likely to get thrown into a spam bin. I talk to liberals and actually listen to them. I never engage in heated debate. I was a Democrat for 30 years until my conversion in 2008 (that's another story); I know exactly what they think and what their arguments are.