By John Lillpop
If Barack Obama and Janet Napolitano are examples of what it takes to be considered an ‘intellectual giant’ in modern society, mark me down as a mental midget—and damn proud to be so.
The Obama-Napolitano tag team, competing on behalf of Mexico and against the U.S. in all things involving the invasion of America from south of our borders, has gone to the extreme end of the stupidity scale in dealing.
As reported earlier, the Obama administration unilaterally decided that pandering to illegal aliens, and the Hispanic community from whence they come, is an obligation that simply “can not wait,” particularly this close to a national election.
From this warped, politically-motivated thinking, the Obama policy on deportations evolved, resulting in an Executive Order to delay or terminate removal of invaders who have no legal or moral basis for being here, and whose deportation is codified in law.
As if the Obama-Napolitano hijacking of the Rule of Law were not bad enough, the Obama administration exacerbated its anti-American stance by working to ‘send a message’ to Hispanics still undecided on whom to vote for in 2012.
Hispanic indecision is centered on the searing question, “Shall I vote once, or twice, for Obama in November 2012?”
The “message” sent by ObamaMites is a terrifying reminder of the dangers involved in electing an unqualified, unexceptional anti-American Community Organizer to high office.
As reported, in part:
A U.S. Border Patrol agent has been sentenced to two years in prison for improperly lifting the arms of a 15-year-old drug smuggling suspect while handcuffed — in what the Justice Department called a deprivation of the teenager’s constitutional right to be free from the use of unreasonable force.
Agent Jesus E. Diaz Jr. was named in a November 2009 federal grand jury indictment with deprivation of rights under color of law during an October 2008 arrest near the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas, in response to a report that illegal immigrants had crossed the river with bundles of drugs.”
In a prosecution sought by the Mexican government and obtained after the suspected smuggler was given immunity to testify against the agent, Diaz was sentenced last week by U.S. District Judge Alia Moses Ludlum in San Antonio.”
Get that? The case was sought by the Mexican government, and the drug smuggler was granted immunity to testify against the American citizen, Border Patrol Agent, Diaz.
Another victory for Obama and Mexico over the Rule of Law and the American people!