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Monday, August 2, 2010

Obama warns U.S. not to "demagogue" immigration

Joe found an apology was in order for calling the president a liar.

I feel no such compulsion.

The Obama Administration is using our tax dollars, to sue, so illegals can invade AZ  freely without fear of reprisal. 

WASHINGTON | Sat Jul 31, 2010 4:36pm EDT 

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama warned U.S. leaders not to use the divisive issue of illegal immigration as a way to gain power and name recognition in an interview with CBS television released on Saturday.

Fresh from a court victory that blocked provisions of a tough Arizona immigration law that Obama opposed, the president warned politicians not to "demagogue" the topic and said his administration wanted to work with Arizona on the issue.

Earlier this week a judge blocked key parts of the border state's tough new immigration law hours before it was to take effect, handing a victory to Obama's administration, which is trying to take control of the issue.

One blocked provision would have required police officers to determine the immigration status of a person detained or arrested if an officer believed the individual was not in the country legally.

The state is appealing the court's ruling.

"We want to work with Arizona. I understand the frustration of people in Arizona. But what we can't do is demagogue the issue," Obama said in an interview with CBS, according to excerpts released by the network.

OK America... you're not on "The View"... Wake up.. and stop falling for this smily face bullshit of his! 

"And what we can't do is allow a patchwork of 50 different states, or cities or localities, where anybody who wants to make a name for themselves suddenly says, 'I'm going to be anti-immigrant and I'm going try to see if I can solve the problem ourself.' This is a national problem," Obama said.

"A national problem"...caused by the Federal Government!
The above is a classic case on how to spin something to advance your own agenda. Evidently a "patchwork" of sanctuary cities is perfectly all right. He uses the words  "anti-immigrant" to paint Republicans with the broad brush of racism. Certain fools among us will fall for this liars crap. We're talking about  " illegals"   not immigrants.

Remember he said this... knowing full well he was lying.

 “You can try to make it really tough on people who look like they, quote, unquote look like illegal immigrants. One of the things that the law says is that local officials are allow to ask somebody who they have a suspicion might be an illegal immigrant for their papers — but you can imagine if you are a Hispanic American in Arizona, your great, great grandparents may have been there before Arizona was even a state. But now suddenly if you don’t have your papers and you took your kid out to get ice cream, you’re going to be harassed, that’s something that could potentially happen.”

Yeahhh....if you rob a bank along the way to pay for the ice cream!

Vermin aka illegals standing on the American flag protesting. And they want amnesty!!! 
Someone get me a baseball bat.

Immigration is a flashpoint between Republicans and Democrats ahead of November elections, which could change the balance of power in the U.S. Congress. Attempts to overhaul the U.S. immigration system have failed previously, most recently in 2007 when Republicans torpedoed reforms pushed by George W. Bush, then the Republican president.

Look, Obama doesn't care anymore about the well being of illegals then I do; with one big exception! Through his eyes their undocumented Democrats.  The simple truth is, this is purely political. If immigration reform  "amnesty"  is granted who do you think 12,000,000 new "Americans" are going to vote for? 

Sound far-fetched?

This is what Reid said in June 2007:

Read it.

"This week we are going to complete this legislation and we will hopefully complete the final passage that will strengthen our border security and bring 12 million Undocumented Americans out of the shadows."

And so it goes.

To his credit he didn't lie when he said this.

If Republicans are unsuccessful taking over both houses, or at least big gains in November, by 2012 this country will be totally unrecognizable.


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