Obama is Losing it…whatever Brain Matter he had on Immigration
Tuesday morning from Washington, where the protests in Ferguson, Mo., led to a series of speeches on the House floor by Congressional Black Caucus, Senator Rob Portman of Ohio announced he wouldn’t seek the presidency in 2016, and Senator Harry Reid repeated his perennial threat to keep Congress in session through Christmas. All of this ridiculous behavior as aiding and abetting by a compliant national media, the Ferguson protestors spun a dishonest or misinformed version of what happened—Michael Brown murdered in cold blood while trying to give up—into a chant (“hands up, don’t shoot”) and then a mini-movement.
This in the thick of ObamaCare becoming law because of the “stupidly of the American voter,” as put forth by Jonathan Gruber, the professor at MIT who took to the airwaves to espouse his views “Call it the stupidity of the American voter, or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical for the thing to pass,” Gruber said at the time.
I believe that what Professor Gruber was saying is just the tip of how Americans are in real life. This statement of course is offered with the exception of our readers! Okay here is quiz for everyone: How many people out there voted for Barack Obama? Now, who voted to have this Emperor Obama reelected? I have yet to find a person who’ll readily admit to the first question; however, NOT one single person has volunteered an answer for the second part of the question.
Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) sent a letter last week to both Gruber and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner calling upon them to testify at the hearing, which will focus on “repeated transparency failures and outright deceptions surrounding ObamaCare,” according to a release.
But still the most conscience effort that President Barack Obama is deliberately trying to destroy, discombobulate, and to prove his never-ending run at demagoguery is evident in his over-execration, over-reaching his place in our government is definitely through his lying and fabrications of the truth regarding immigration reform. The headlines alone tell one about his executive overreach: Republican Boehner tries to avoid spending fight on immigration, (Reuters News Service) Obama says Immigration Changes are for now, (Associated Press) DHS chief spars with GOP on immigration (The Hill) Tom Cotton sees securing U.S.-Mexico border as a top priority (Politico) How immigration killed the tax deal, (Politico).
Definition of demagoguery is the non-acceptable behavior of, or rabble-rouser is a political leader in a democracy who appeals to the emotions, fears, prejudices, and ignorance of the lower classes in order to gain power and promote political motives, to gain in their own personal interests.
Demagogues usually oppose deliberation and advocate immediate, violent action to address a national crisis; they accuse moderate and thoughtful opponents of weakness. Demagogues have appeared in democracies since ancient Athens. They exploit a fundamental weakness in democracy: because ultimate power is held by the people, nothing stops the people from giving that power to someone who appeals to the lowest common denominator of a large segment of the population.