A systematic look at the Two Main Political Parties in America: Republican and Democratic

Two Main Political Parties in America: Republican and Democratic

 212px-Thomas_Jefferson_3x4Unfortunately there are many of us here in the USA who do not know how the “two party system” moreover, where or when the two primary political institutions came into being.

Through a series of short essays we hope to make them as lively as can be — but allowing so many of us the opportunity to learn what it is to be a Democrat or a Republican.

Congressman James Madison started the party among Representatives in Philadelphia (the national capital) as the Republican party; then he, Jefferson, and others reached out to include state and local leaders around the country, especially New York and the South. The precise date of founding is disputed, but 1791 is a reasonable estimate; some time by 1792 is certain. The new party set up newspapers that made withering critiques of Hamiltonianism, extolled the yeomen farmer, argued for strict construction of the Constitution, favored the French Revolution, strongly opposed Great Britain, and called for stronger state governments than the Federalist Party was proposing.

It is preferred that one have a reading of the “Federalist Party” for a number of reasons. One, it is the forerunner of the Democrat Party. Two, even though it was named the Federalist Party, the Republican Party leaders and subsequent groups were not into what the Federalist’s in saying they wanted stronger state governments when in all debate it was the Republican Party that started the Federalist Papers. Three, insofar as in order to get the Constitution ratified each state was compelled to write its own Constitution first, and the tenth amendment was born guaranteeing states rights.

The elections of 1792 were the first ones to be contested on anything resembling a partisan basis. In most states the James_Madison_140x190congressional elections were recognized, as Jefferson strategist John Beckley put it, as a “struggle between the Treasury department and the republican interest.” In New York, the candidates for governor were John Jay, a Federalist, and incumbent George Clinton, who was allied with Jefferson and the Republicans. Four states’ electors voted for Clinton and one (Kentucky) for Jefferson for Vice President in opposition to incumbent John Adams as well as casting their votes for President Washington. (Before 1804 electors cast two votes together without differentiation as to which office was to be filled by which candidate.)

In the 1796 election, the party made its first bid for the presidency with Jefferson as its presidential candidate and Aaron Burr as its vice presidential candidate. Jefferson came in second in the electoral college (at the time, its balloting could not distinguish between president and vice president) and became vice president. He would become a consistent and strong opponent of the policies of the John Adams administration. Jefferson and Madison were deeply upset by the unconstitutionality of the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798; they secretly wrote the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions, which called on state legislatures to nullify unconstitutional laws. The other states, however, did not follow suit and several rejected the notion that states could nullify federal law.

Let me help you with that excuse, Barack

Let me help you with that excuse, Barack

The Republican critique of federalism became wrapped in the slogan of “Principles of 1798″, which became the hallmark of the party. The most important of these principles were states’ rights, opposition to a strong national government, distrust of the federal courts, and opposition to the navy and the national bank. The party saw itself as a champion of republicanism and denounced the Federalists as supporters of monarchy and aristocracy.

The party itself originally coalesced around Jefferson, who diligently maintained extensive correspondence with like-minded Republican leaders throughout the country. Washington frequently decried the growing sense of “party” emerging from the internal battles among Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton, Adams and others in his administration.

As warfare in Europe increased, the two factions increasingly made foreign policy the central political issue of the day. The Republicans wanted to maintain the 1777 alliance with France, which had overthrown the monarchy and aristocracy and become a republic. Even though Britain was by far America’s leading trading partner, Republicans feared that increased trade would undermine republicanism. The Republicans distrusted Hamilton’s national bank and rejected his premise that a national debt was good for the country; Republicans said they were both forms of corruption. They strongly distrusted the elitism of Hamilton’s circle, denouncing it as “aristocratic”; and they called for states’ rights lest the Federalists centralize ever more power in the national governments.

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94% OF BORDER SURGE FAMILIES FAILED TO APPEAR

94% OF BORDER SURGE FAMILIES FAILED TO APPEAR FOR IMMIGRATION COURT HEARINGS

ImmigrationCourt1132014This summer, thousands of families and unaccompanied minors who entered the country illegally were released to sponsor families with an immigration court hearing date and a promise to appear. However, newly released documents reveal a staggering number of illegal aliens are failing to appear for their hearings.

According to documents from the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), obtained by Breitbart News, between July 18 and October 7, immigration judges across the country rendered 3,885 decisions on removal cases for aliens in family units. Of those decisions, 94% (3,661) were made “in absentia”, or the alien’s failure to appear resulted in an order for removal.

During the same period of time, 1,229 unaccompanied minors were ordered to be removed. Of the 1,229 cases, 93% sleeping-pens-AP(1,148) were made in absentia.

Overall, the fiscal year saw apprehensions of 68,541 unaccompanied minors and 68,445 family units illegally entering the U.S. Many of the apprehended unaccompanied minors and family units were simply released in the U.S with a notice to appear in court.

Just for the sake of keeping abreast of immigration news and consequently, immigration reform law, let us please take into our thinking the multitude of “dirty” criminals that Barack Obama issued executive orders to have released. How could any fool attempt to think that Barack Obama has Americans and their homeland, America, in the forefront of his mind?

Health, safety, and welfare come immediately to mind as his job is described; moreover, as duly noted these were the very issues he campaigned on. Simply a higher demand on energy resources, most of the time when being searched the illegal alien does not have an I.D. on their person so the law enforcement agent (albeit, ICE, USCIS, or one’s local county sheriff) does not have the ability to know of prior bad acts.  (Courtesy of AP news.)

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Perspective…HELL

Perspective…HELL

Okay then…welcome to The Contemplative Thinker, where we chose to do our fair share of critical thinking. Albeit, for today it should be Saturday morning for the world or if you are reading this on Sunday morning, ah the heck with it pour yourself a nice cup and enjoy the reading, this one is just a little longer.

headsWe have a common expression in the USA that goes something like this: “Go to Hell.” Take that anyway you would like albeit, anyone who does not believe in a Judeo-Christian religion may have difficulties just what the expression means. Take your basic agnostic person and the notion of “Hell” to him/her should be non-threatening or non-abusive.

The semantics behind what they believe and who they are after is just plain ridiculous to me. What any of these special interest groups do not understand is that their very behavior — the mission they involve themselves with are out of sync with this nation and those who identified this country.

Be that as it may — how many of us can say we have either experienced Hell or somehow, maybe we have been close to Hell? Some of the stories we’ve seen, primarily through film and movies and what I have been treated to lately is an artists’ rendering of what Hell is like.

As for me it all started out as a great day in Kailua-Kona, on the big island of Hawaii. Actually several of us took a “puddle jumper” (or a name given to smaller aircraft) from Oahu to Hawaii to play in an beach volleyball tournament that was sanctioned and huge. As the norm of such events actual play starts quite early so that if one’s team has done well, then the tournament picks up again with spectacular play around midday.

You see in one or even some two day tournaments are followed by a sort of happy hour, hot tubs, relaxation therapy, messages, and time to fix up whatever part of one that got abused during competition often times during an enormous bonfire.

After the tournament had ended we had it planned to go check out some of the newest of lava flows insofar as Kilauea eruptions1 had been acting up and really doing its thing. A person could easily see where the largest bit of commotion was coming from when all it took was a look upwards and without a single sound and a massive pressure of hot wind would hit you, peering up one could see big, even huge, lava spouts being thrown upwards. Let’s try and find some perspective here followed by the most important aspect, How did we come to find out what Hell is like?

Now driving to the actual site was horrendous to say the very least. Ask yourself: Where is the actual site? Now remember volcanoes just don’t erupt from the huge hole found at the top. More often than not there are other places where huge plumes of smoke start out as horizontal in nature but through the atmosphere they get moved vertical then look like smaller tornadoes billowing out clouds of smoke and ash.

We arrived at 7:30 P.M. although what may be a starting point for some could easily be the finishing point for others. This one trip — I must give credit to my friend Rudy who is as crazy as a hermit firefighter. He was driving if one could find a facsimile of a road. Many times I know we just made it over some newly spewed medium hot lava so much it kept me looking at our tires to see if we were on fire.

Perhaps a different perspective. Often times in the world’s best-selling book of all time, The Bible, is where we get our preconceived notions of what Hell is like: A place of weeping and gnashing of teeth – “And cast ye the unprofitable servant into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth” (Matthew 25:30). A place of outer darkness – “Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth” (Matthew 22:13).

A place of torments – “And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and see Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom” (Luke 16:23). A place of Sorrows – “The sorrows of hell compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me;” (2 Samuel 22:6).

A place of everlasting destruction – “Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power;” (II Thessalonians 1:9). A place where men are tormented with fire and brimstone – “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone: which is the second death” (Revelation 21:8).

Rudy started driving up and up and up until our car just coughed in that eerie way just before they die. So here I am out on a spectacular Hawaiian night with some friends walking together when our paths split. Little did I know that the path I was walking on was torn out from a lava flow of two years previous. Moreover we were adjusting our path with one huge flow ranging in height from mid calf to a little higher than my waist.

220px-Lava_entering_sea_-_HawaiiHere is what no one ever tell others about: Walking that close to an actual lava flow is surreal…there you have it — all. Magma moving slowly downhill and the cracking you hear is so loud you want to scream! Intermittent balls of fire being birthed in the middle of the flow. Yet all in attendance agreed that the smell of death that engulfed the entire area left us almost completely winded and without new breath. Hot sulfuric acid mixed in with molten magma the bi-product was air that smelled of sulfur. In one word…putrid.

Alas, we made it down to the ocean where the steam was so hot it was mesmerizing. Feeling able to move, I grabbed the biggest bolder I could locate and hurled it from 2 yards from the very active flow to see if it would splash as if I had thrown it into the ocean. You’ve got to be kidding me, that bolder never hit the surface of the flow. Approximately 3-4 feet before it landed on the surface that rock looked like a comet and destructed as a rock when consumed by the swerving flow of lava.

This is the feeling when I, somehow, ended up between different lava flows each with a differing temperature and more Ray-Ban-RB2151-Wayfarer-Sunglasses-02than all things a different temperament. Through the ash in my ears and constant bombarding of incoming spun rocks and debris from an active volcano erupting, to unable to use my eyes because someone had told me hot magma from exploding lava was much like glass so until I found some suitable sunglasses (yes at night no less!) my eyes remained closed. Now all of this became really difficult as I humped wearing flip-flops. It took weeks to smell again as well as cleaning out my bloodied nose.

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Meanwhile, Others Act in Their Own Ways…

Meanwhile, Others Act in Their Own Ways…

220px-Lava_entering_sea_-_HawaiiJust netting it out from a volume 0f perspectives gang. Well then what shall we say about the mighty Kilauea volcano right about now? In the midst of total destruction — many compare the ever-so-flow of the lava as a nuclear attack. Black, gray, or even red and brown colored lava rolling in on you and yours to the point of everything goes.

Kilauea volcano, one of the world’s most active, has been erupting continuously since 1983. That is 31 years now where one can go on a look-see, scientific observation, mental, physical, or spiritual journey to watch and experience firsthand what the earth is all about. Okay, maybe not all, but a different understanding altogether.

As for me, I have been exceedingly blessed with my relationship with Mt. Kilauea. I have been fortunate enough to reside220px-Three_Waikupanaha_and_one_Ki_lava_ocean_entries_w-edit2 and experience the events of this volcano since its earliest eruptions until now. Indeed if I was able to write endlessly about my living and learning just from Kilauea, it would easily resemble a short book.

During my first experiences I studied nowhere near the actual volcano. Some might say, “Man…you got robbed!” Or some of the other dissatisfactions — “Why even be there if you’re not in the smoke and ash.” Well all I can say at this time is that everyone who has encountered the intricacies of Kilauea has somehow been changed — and for the most part it has been for the better.

huge fire from lavaYet when was the last time you were on a black sand beach? Yep! You know the ones — very fine sand that when looked through may contain every color of the rainbow. Also there are many different forms and types of black sand — I have seen and handled some specimens of black sand the size of say a simple business card upwards of small tiles.

Lava pools the nicest I’ve ever been to had a summation of 8 pools starting at low ground and each graduating to a new and far more hotter than the previous pool. You can imagine what it must be like reaching the eighth pool.

The last two paragraphs hopefully shed some light on what one may be doing in and around a massive lava bed.

Now finally the forms and types of volcanic residue. Hawaiian meaning “stony rough lava”, but also to “burn” or “blaze”)220px-Aa_large is one of three basic types of flow lava. ʻAʻā (pronounced Ah-Ha) is basaltic lava characterized by a rough or rubbly surface composed of broken lava blocks called clinker. The Hawaiian word was introduced as a technical term in geology.

The loose, broken, and sharp, spiny surface of an ʻaʻā flow makes hiking 170px-PahoehoeLavadifficult and slow. The clinkery surface actually covers a massive dense core, which is the most active part of the flow. Accretionary lava balls as large as 3 metres (10 feet) are common on ʻaʻā flows. ʻAʻā is usually of higher viscosity than pāhoehoe. Pāhoehoe (pronounced Pa Hoy Hoy) can turn into ʻaʻā if it becomes turbulent from meeting impediments or steep slopes.

‘A’a looks very jagged and can be razor sharp whereas pahoehoe is the smooth kind that is far easier on the feet. Soon actually I do not know when I will share with you how being at close proximity to a lava flow had a overwhelming affect on my life.

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Two Overeaching Positions by the U.S. Fed…

special-newsThe first of the two positions is something I found late, late last night whilst doing research on yesterday’s article.

The State Department has quietly made plans to bring Ebola-infected doctors and medical aides to the U.S. for treatment, according to an internal department document that argued the only way to get other countries to send medical teams to West Africa is to promise that the U.S. will be the world’s medical backstop.

Some countries “are implicitly or explicitly waiting for medevac assurances” before they will agree to send their own medical teams to join U.S. and U.N. aid workers on the ground, the State Department argues in the undated four-page memo, which was reviewed by The Washington Times.

“The United States needs to show leadership and act as we are asking others to act by admitting certain non-citizens into the country for medical treatment for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) during the Ebola crisis,” says the four-page memo, which lists as its author Robert Sorenson, deputy director of the office of international health and biodefense.

The 4th Amendment under Siege

The 4th Amendment of the Constitution reads clearly: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, preamblepapers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.” But according to the shocking Washington Post report, the 4th Amendment is under siege.

Unknown to most citizens, police officers around the country received training and financial support from the departments of Homeland Security and Justice to engage in the practice of “highway interdiction” – which involves the police using minor infractions as an excuse to stop citizens, request warrantless searches, and seize cash. In most cases, no crime has been committed and the police never make an arrest.

As part of highway interdiction, the enforcers within the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government – the police – have seized an enormous amount of money from innocent U.S. citizens through a Justice Department program known as “Equitable Sharing.” Equitable sharing, the federal government’s largest asset forfeiture program, gives the executive branch of government the authority to confiscate your money without due process, even if you’ve committed no crime!

rotunda-capitol-7-1-11The Washington Post obtained a database from the Justice Department containing details about 212,000 seizures through the Equitable Sharing Program, likely totaling in the hundreds of millions of dollars or more. The following are just a few of the horrifying cases exposed by the Washington Post:

• Police confiscated $32,000 from a New York man after stopping him because he had a cracked windshield
• Police confiscated $17,550 from a Virginia man after stopping him because his car windows were tinted
• Police confiscated $13,000 from a North Carolina man after stopping him for no offense whatsoever
• Police confiscated $2,400 from a Nevada man after stopping him for no offense whatsoever

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State Department Initiates Study Bringing Effected West African to USA for Treatment

State Department Initiates Study Bringing Effected West African to USA for Treatment

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“No, in fact Greta, this would be the most endless use of taxpayer money I would ever witness. But it is an unfunctional decision to even consider it. But bringing infected people to the USA from West Africa is senseless.” — Ambassador John Bolton

Okay, I am officially weighing in on this subject. Believe me this has not been easy to do. Consider that your expertise was in the discipline of immigration. Furthermore, your public discourse on matters relative to the US government has been very well received — often published by another organizations choice.

I figured that the Ebola Crisis has received enough excellent reporting, especially with mixed messages coming from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Believe me when I say that as soon as the government got involved they alone have shown more incompetency with their decisions on who to admit, what about our soldiers, and the mix up regarding how to properly receive and don the appropriate restrictive gear.

If there is a person who needs assistance with voting on Election Day or just how is the mental, emotional, behavioral, and stupidity prowess that has dominated everything around the world — and I readily admit that we have always been very late or last to join a cause or been unaware of it.

All one need do is to look at the status of al-Qaeda, then measure that against ISIS and to think that minimal air strikes DOSat best are going to deter these barbaric maniacs…think again!

So with this news coming from the State Department (“For Your Consideration”) as now this “planning document” is well on the way to DHS for further purview.

So what do you think? Should the USA be importing thousands of people from West Africa infected with the Ebola virus? Whoops, my bad, I’ve left something out — at our cost for luxury airfare to the USA and who can accurately say that when they are cured they will readily go back home. Here is a mind dump for anyone who cares: Experts have figured that just getting them here, set up, and cleaned up that process alone is roughly $500,000 (Five hundred thousand dollars) and notice there is no factorization for the six to seven nurses per patient or as many as four doctors per patient.

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Race Perceptions by Sir Charles Barkley…

“We as black people are never going to be successful, not because of you white people, but because of other black people. When you are black, you have to deal with so much crap in your life from other black people.”

images (5)So says Charles Barkley. Say what you will about him, the former college and NBA basketball star never shies away from saying what’s on his mind. Another matter is that Charles Barkley didn’t always have these feelings.

Is he right? It’s for you to decide. In this case, Barkley called it a “dirty, dark secret.”

When going through a list of Barkley quotes, start with the 50 listed here.  Yes I will admit that in my excitement I did post four of them further down the page.

He was on a Philadelphia radio station recently when asked about criticism of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. The gist of the rant: Wilson isn’t black enough. It does seems as though last years Super Bowl Champions are experiencing some difficulties in there midst.

Said Sir Charles:

“For some reason we are brainwashed to think, if you’re not a thug or an idiot, you’re not black enough. If you go to school, make good grades, speak intelligent, and don’t break the law, you’re not a good black person. It’s a dirty, dark secret in the black community.

“There are a lot of black people who are unintelligent, who don’t have success. It’s best to knock a successful black person down because they’re intelligent, they speak well, they do well in school, and they’re successful. It’s just typical BS that goes on when you’re black, man.”

 If nothing else, Barkley’s comments are interesting and worth discussion. images (7)

 There’s plenty of it on social media. Check out these Facebook posts. There are more on Twitter.

Another comment about Wilson, this from Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer:

Russell Wilson is black enough for me.

We don’t have a special handshake, or communicate in slang or synchronize our pimp walk. Those are just a few of the tame, lame stereotypes of African-American behavior, perpetuated sadly by our own race almost as much as non-blacks.

50. “I can be bought. If they paid me enough, I’d work for the Klan.”

49. “You got to believe in yourself. Hell, I believe I’m the best-looking guy in the world and I might be right.”

48. “I don’t hate anyone, at least not for more than 48 minutes, barring overtime.”

47. “We better not be doing the Bulls this year. Man, they suck! Bunch of high school kids with $70 million contracts.

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Member of Dream Team

Damn! I hate my mother for having me too soon.”

46. “You can talk without saying a thing. I don’t ever want to be that type of person.”

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The gunman fired multiple shots

141024151921-02-washington-school-shooting-1024-horizontal-gallery“It won’t last … it’ll never last,” he said in his last posting on Twitter on Thursday.

Two days earlier he wrote: “It breaks me…. It actually does…. I know it seems like I’m sweating it off…. But I’m not…. And I never will be.”

 Police said the dead student was a boy. Four others — two girls and two boys — were hospitalized, with at least three in critical condition, officials said.

 A school official reported the shooting at 10:39 a.m., according to Marysville Police Cmdr. Robert Lamoureux.
Someone pulled a fire alarm in the minutes after the shooting, prompting scores of students to evacuate to a playing field as they had been trained.

 They were stopped by other students and police, who ordered them back to their classrooms to take cover. This entire situation seems contradictory in nature. Other than mass confusion (yelling or stating loudly) to high school students causes them to panic.

 The gunman fired multiple shots. “He was angry; I heard yelling,” said Erick Cervantes, 16. “I heard a shot and then I saw a gun.” Cervantes was one of about 30 students and staffers who witnessed the shooting.

“He shot the kids and then he stood there. I’m pretty sure he tried to reload. A teacher came out and tried to stop him; I 141024161438-07-washington-school-shooting-1024-horizontal-galleryheard a shot and saw him on the ground,” Cervantes said.

 As Cervantes watched, a teacher checked one of the fallen students for a pulse. Cervantes ran off and called 911.
“I’m still pretty shocked,” he said. “I still have a bunch of images in my head: looking down seeing bodies, blood everywhere.”

 Fryberg’s friends said it was not clear what sparked the shooting.

 141024162947-11-washington-school-horizontal-galleryAustin Neal, 14, who had science class with Fryberg, said he heard Fryberg had been bullied for being Native American.

“He seemed mad yesterday,” Neal said, adding that Fryberg sat with his head down and “didn’t really talk.”
Another friend said that Fryberg had conflicts with at least one other student.

“He had gotten in a fistfight with another football player about two weeks ago,” said Cesar Zatarain, 16, a fellow football player.

 But Zatarain attended marketing class with Fryberg on Friday morning before the shooting and didn’t notice anything amiss.

“He was always laughing,” Zatarain said. “I just saw the kid a couple of hours ago, and now he’s dead.” This from an another teammate is quite telling. It seems that a kid who is always laughing is not the kind of person who shoots others.

f_marysville_evac_141024_nbcnews-video-playlist-148Marysville, with a population of 60,000, is about 35 miles north of Seattle. The shooting is the second to rock a Seattle-area campus in the last five months. In June, a gunman opened fire at Seattle Pacific University, killing one student and injuring three.

 The four injured students who survived the shooting were taken to nearby Providence Regional Medical Center, where Dr. Joanne Roberts said some of them were being treated for serious head wounds with massive bleeding. One girl was still in surgery late Friday, she said.

 Roberts had already met with more than two dozen relatives of the injured on Friday.
“Our community is going to mourn this for years,” she said, adding that even seasoned hospital staffers “will all go home tonight and cry.”

 Given the evidence rendered thus far, it simply could be any number of things; starting with his last quote from Twitter it almost sounds like a pending break-up with his girlfriend was about to happen. However, I can easily see from his second quote from Twitter that he may have been hurting from the fist fight he encountered with another student on the football field. It almost sounds as if he was being ostracized by his teammates.

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And it Makes Me Wonder…

And it Makes Me Wonder…

Sure this does…it makes me wonder about the lack of leadership by President Barack Obama, Senator Harry Reid, Secretary Hillary Clinton, and of course the never to proud to embarrass herself with that mouth, Rep. Barbara Pelosi naming just a few. Heck, I would also have to put Senator Barbara Boxer in as well. From her district in California she had an illegal alien who was just about to be deported, when Boxer decided to take this issue on as a case-by-case individual level that only members of congress and or the president are allowed to do.

Yet notwithstanding it is the fortitude of these so-called leaders that irks me to the point of rope ability (needing to Guess modelbe  tied up). There are three instances that are the hallmarks of leadership: Accountability, What if, and always the missing consequences. However for the sake of this article let’s examine these instances and how well they are dealt with.

Accountability for lack of a better word is everything. Our public leadership takes accountability for nothing. One quick point to shed light on is the notion of “Insider Trading;” whilst this practice has forever been illegal for everyone in the U.S.A., what, did they think they had done to earn or deserve the right to trade on the inside? Just as if every person in this country has ever been convicted of this crime, they in turn must pay back the money plus damages. Oh — but not so for our leaders — these nitwits are trying to lobby each other to have this right restored.

Therefore by not having to pay back the m0ney they received as a manner of law breaking what we end up with is zero accountability, what if we get caught, and of course they would try because there are no consequences if one is caught.

us-customs-and-bp-250So today was like living in a time warp. It is apparent that our diligent members of congress have finally allowed the news of Obama through the Department of Homeland Security as well as Immigration and Customs Enforcement to finally and officially take notice of the amount of illegal immigrants, categorized as Level One (Serious crimes committed: Sexual assault, battery, robbery, even homicide) who have been granted walkabout status.

“Clearly, serious criminals are being released to the streets of our local communities by this mass budget pardon. These are illegal’s that even President Obama wants to deport. This is insane that public safety is sacrificed when it should be the budget priority that’s safeguarded,” he said.

636_Congress_money2The Department of Homeland Security has started releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants held in local jails in anticipation of automatic budget cuts, in a move one Arizona sheriff called politically motivated – and dangerous.

“The administration is making politically motivated, rather than fiscally responsible, selective cuts to immigration enforcement in order to advance its unpopular immigration policy agenda,” said Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the nonpartisan Center for Immigration Studies, in an email to the Washington Free Beacon.

 “It’s another case of misplaced priorities at the highest level of this agency,” said Stuart Harris, vice president of Local 1929 of the National Border Patrol Council in El Paso, Texas.

“It chose to release thousands of immigration detainees, at least thirty percent of whom had been arrested for crimes, and to remove border patrol agents from duty, rather than find ways to cut expenses in a way that would not compromise their mission,” Vaughan said.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., called the move to release illegal immigrants “abhorrent.” “By releasing criminal immigrants onto the streets, the administration is needlessly endangering American lives,” he said in a statement.

It is without bias or a “likeability factor” that this is where Barack Obama has serious delusional problems. If one were to take them any further we think it would be a matter of psychosomatic illness. It remains egregious that one man makes the decision on what manner of violence has taken place — when in reality we are at war and are fighting terror.

“The problem with the president, I think, on this issue, is you almost can’t believe anything coming out of his mouth going forward,” Charlie Gasparino said today on Fox News’ program “Outnumbered.”

Please be advised that this article was generated using three different articles written at a much sooner time or when the events first came to fruition. The first article was dated March 30, 2013.

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ISIS, is actively working with Mexican drug cartels

ISIS, is actively working with Mexican drug cartels

Americans against amnesty are not only worried about unemployed Mexicans crossing our southern border illegally to take U.S. jobs. More than ever, we need the fence that Congress voted for and President George W. Bush made a television photo event when he signed it into law.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) said that at least 10 ISIS thugs have crossed our southern border. Hunter added, if we caught 10, “you know there are going to be dozens more that did not get caught by the Border Patrol.”

Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says the Islamic State, ISIS, is actively working with Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate and eventually attack Americans. illegal_aliens_protesting, so why is anybody surprised that they are doing what they said they wanted to do?

The problem of invasion across our border is no longer just a jobs problem. It’s a national security problem, a welfare problem, a public school problem and a dangerous disease problem.

It’s not a problem of accepting a few lost teenagers who arrived unannounced and demanded admission. It’s a problem Head Startof our public schools suddenly being invaded by thousands of young adults who have never been to any school, who are not familiar with basic hygiene, who can’t read or write, who don’t speak English or even familiar Spanish (but speak one of 21 different Spanish or Indian dialects) and who may carry new diseases such as EV-D68.

It’s a problem of requiring our newly burdened health care establishment to deal with diseases that are not common in the United States. During the summer we suffered an outbreak of EV-D68, a polio-like enterovirus. The outbreak is widespread in Central America, from which many of the illegal kids came.

Obama has refused to bar entry to the United States by people from countries where Ebola is epidemic. The problem we face is not just one African who entered our country and then died from Ebola. It’s a national health problem that has made our health care personnel carriers of a fatal African disease endangering Americans who never went to Africa.
Obama sent thousands of U.S. troops to Liberia, a country stricken with Ebola. He ignores the danger to our American troops and also to other Americans when these servicemen and women return home. The safety of the American people is less important to him than posing as a world citizen.

Marine Corps General John F. Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, told the National Defense University in Washington, DC that, if Ebola comes to Central America, “it will cause a panic,” that “it’s literally ‘Katie bar the door,’ and there will be mass migration into the United States.”

Mark Krikorian points out that the U.S. has issued 13,000 visas for travel to America from the three most Ebola-infected West African countries: Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Will Obama let those 13,000 people into America?

We are hearing some common sense from a few members of Congress. House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul called for barring entry into the United States for people from West African countries wrestling with Ebola, and also temporarily suspending the 13,000 visas that have already been issued to people in those countries. Sen. Ted Cruz said it best: “Our priority should be protecting the American people and preventing Ebola from coming here.”

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