PostHeaderIcon Amnesty by Fiat

Gov. Jan Brewer has been censored by Facebook, and has asked that her message be propagated. I am happy to oblige:

After I posted the following statement and photo yesterday, Facebook censored the post and removed it because the photo apparently violated their “Facebook Community Standards.” Before it was removed, it had received over 10,000 likes and comments.Regardless, I’m reposting the photo and statement. I think many of you will agree with me – – Obama’s backdoor amnesty plan violates American standards of following the rule of law and the US Constitution.

Please click “like” and share with your friends.

The Obama administration cannot get its amnesty schemes through Congress, so now it has resorted to implementing its plans via executive fiat. There’s simply no other description for today’s announcement that the federal government will not pursue the deportation of individuals who are in the country illegally but meet certain criteria.

This plan amounts to backdoor amnesty for hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of illegal aliens. Especially disturbing is that it comes in the wake of the Obama administration sanctioning the sale of weapons to Mexican drug cartels – even as border states such as Arizona come under threat from those same illicit organizations. With this announcement, the President is encouraging more illegal immigration at the exact moment we need federal focus on border security.

Just last month in speaking to the National Council of La Raza, President Obama rejected the idea of bypassing Congress and imposing immigration reform. He said, “Now, I know some people want me to bypass Congress and change the laws on my own. And believe me, right now dealing with Congress, the idea of doing things on my own is very tempting … But that’s not how our system works. That’s not how our democracy functions. That’s not how our Constitution is written.”

President Obama got it right last month and got it really wrong today.

Over the next 15 months, I’m certain we’ll hear a lot of talk from the Obama administration about its concern for border security. Those of us who truly care about the rule of law will remember the President’s actions of today. We need to remind President Obama that we elected a president that serves beneath the law and did not anoint a king that is above the law.

I love that last line. Good on you Governor! ◄Dave►

6 Responses to “Amnesty by Fiat”

  • Deborah says:

    Hopefully latinos will see through this and it will backfire on Barky.
    If he cared about fair comprehensive immigration reform, he could have passed something when he held both houses of Congress.
    This will give illegals a false sense of security, because our new President will enforce the laws, and will throw out the illegals.
    Barky should understand that latinos who are citizens and been in this country for awhile do not want amnesty.
    Like all Americans they understand that illegals will compete for the jobs that citizens need.
    I guess this really makes him a Dicktator.

    • Troy says:

      Deborah, please quit using the term “illegals”. The PC term is “undocumented democrats”.

      We don’t want to offend these poor people. After all, all they are guilty of is invading our country and trying to destroy our culture. Besides, we all needed to learn to talk Mexican anyway – it will broaden our perspective.

      Now I hear that we are going to have to abandon the international space station. Maybe several Mexican families can move into it…

      Troy

  • Daedalus says:

    I joined Facebook a few months back, and was just about ready to ditch it before the apology. Some of Daves old friends “hang out” there and some of his not so friendly folks. I still haven’t figured out what Facebook is good for. It doesn’t seem to work much better for me than e-mail. I sure miss our fireside chats (on one of Daves old forums). Facebook has some group type setups I wonder if they can be set up like the old Fireside.

    • Troy says:

      Why can’t we have the “old chats” right here? All we need is more participation. I find the sites like Facebook and Freedom Torch tiresome because of the number of flamers and nut cases who horn in on every conversation, destroying the value of their content in the process.

      Troy

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