THE PRESIDENT MISSPEAKS AGAIN
The following information is a response to the notion of numbers crunching, specifically those committed by members in the Obama administration which as up to this instant are considered as reported to the Washington Post by Mr. Andrew Becker for The Center for Investigative Reporting on Monday, December 6, 2010.
I do not believe that I am wrong or even in error, not even a smidgen when predicated upon the evidence albeit solicited, volunteered, or received from members of the agencies who have been doing this otherwise faulty reporting for year’s even decades.
This is why I can be assured when I make a claim such as until we get a person or persons within the White House who rather than lie, pad numbers, and so easily obtain information that is clearly a misrepresentation of material fact. I will commit to the view that our government and its alleged officers are not being truthful with the American people.
In particular predicated upon Mr. Andrew Becker’s report which diligently leads one to believe that numbers have been tooled with by President’s Clinton, Bush, and Obama and/or their over eager needing to please the boss at any cost.
The travesty behind this situation is so numerous that one needs to reflect and critically think why a person needs to do these kinds of acts. As far as President Clinton’s term of eight years and President George W. Bush’s eight years, and all things being equal, the record-setting pace in which President Obama allegedly has been on during just his six-year term; collectively we have twenty-two years of misinformation that has been preconceived with aforethought. And as citizens of the United States one wonders why the economy is in the state that it is in.
Speaking about the year-end deportation figures to a group of Hispanic reporters in late September, the President said:
“The statistics are actually a little deceptive because what we’ve been doing is, with the stronger border enforcement, we’ve been apprehending folks at the borders and sending them back. That is counted as a deportation, even though they may have only been held for a day or 48 hours, sent back – that is counted as a deportation.”
So from the top down we have the President admittedly saying that the statistics are a little deceptive – why – simply because he says there is a change while apprehending illegal immigrants at the border and sending them back. All in all that is not a change in deportation policy whatsoever.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, Texas Republican, said the Obama administration has severely curtailed raids on work sites to net illegal immigrants. And he pointed to statistics that showed only 44 percent of the U.S.-Mexico border is considered under “operational control.”
But the statistics show the number of people returned after being apprehended on the border is down substantially, while deportations of those caught in the interior has risen.
The ratio of those with criminal convictions, however, has indeed risen significantly, from about one-third of deportees at the beginning of the administration to about half in fiscal year 2010. And more than two-thirds of the ones without criminal convictions were either recent border-crosser’s or repeat immigration violators.
If the President’s administration is having difficulty in understanding what the law actually states then it is recommended that it’s time to roll up the sleeves and get to the source documents. In this case that would of course be current immigration and naturalization law.
The United States has laws on the books that when exercised properly, with the sufficient personnel, can and will do the job. U.S. policies and laws aimed at improving the nation’s immigration system have unintentionally spurred more immigrants to stay in the United States, according to a new paper released in June 2013.
Let’s see…has the principles within the Obama administration encouraged your outlook on immigration reform. Furthermore, with the hapless Executive Orders as well as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are seriously showing the point that during that period of time the real push for amnesty began.
Otherwise the crux of the problem is that Congress routinely makes consequential policy decisions with scant consideration of the underlying dynamics of the social processes involved.