Do you trust this Administration..?

Obama-5-8-12How many of you believe that the Obama Administration has a few problems. Let’s have a real good look at what kind of problems his administration has so far endured – and yet, let us not leave out what continues to be a lingering problem.

All things being equal from the earliest days of his first term as President of the United States (POTUS) his publicly owned residence and offices, the White House, has continually been bombarded with issues and matters that only the POTUS could take attribution.

From the early days of his involvement with the “South Lawn Beer Garden & Bistro” wherein he meddled into someone else’s affairs whilst trying to assert his corruptive culture between a normal police officer and a former university professor the president brought all of that on immaculately by himself.

Only an exhaustive research of history – long after we’re all dead and gone – will the real truth be known as to whether or not this ploy was used to defer attention away from Operation Fast & Furious, which I portend, has never been fully investigated nor have the perpetrators been prosecuted.

Anyway from Benghazi to the IRS to the phone records of journalists and everyday Americans, it’s not difficult to call up a scandal with investigations pending in Washington. We are of the firm belief that most of what is happening in Washington D.C. is a sculpted version of what the real truth is and will remain.

So now, immigration reform makes for a nice distraction.

In his weekly address on Saturday, President Obama called immigration reform “an issue that the vast majority of Americans want addressed.”300px-US_Department_of_Homeland_Security_Seal.svg

This sounds like wishful thinking on his part, considering that unemployment is stuck at 7.6 percent and Americans consistently say that the economy is their No. 1 concern.

But Obama was intent on giving the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill a push as the Senate begins to debate it this week.

Obama claimed that “This bill would continue to strengthen security at our borders”—which the bill simply does not do, despite promises from lawmakers and attempts at amending the legislation.
What the bill does do is give federal agencies more power. Heritage’s E.W. Richardson Fellow, James Carafano, has revealed: this bill lavishes billions of additional spending on the Homeland Security department with no clear requirements on how the money is spent.

At least $2 billion could legitimately be labeled the Secretary’s slush fund. You do realize of course that history has a remarkable way of repeating itself; consequently, the last time I heard of a slush fund was during the final days of the Nixon presidency – and that it was that revelation alone that brought on the Articles of Impeachment for Mr. Nixon.

However, according to the President, anyone who stands in the way of his immigration agenda is just trying to “stoke fear and create division,” he says.
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The truth is, the Obama Administration has already stoked plenty of fear in Americans lately.

They fear that Obamacare will make the health care system worse.

They fear being targeted by an all-powerful IRS.

They fear that the Administration could be digging into their phone calls.

And perhaps the most important “Trust-us” nothing to fear is the fact that the US is getting ready to support the rebel factions within Syria.

But the President and his allies in the Senate are saying, “Trust us.” They’re asking the American people to trust that their “comprehensive” immigration legislation—which would give sweeping powers to more federal agencies—will work smoothly. That granting amnesty to illegal immigrants before securing the border will have a different effect than it did last time.

What do you think?

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