More Democrat Desperate Measures…
Hillary Clinton says a tie vote by the Supreme Court blocking President Barack Obama’s immigration plan is “unacceptable.”
Thursday’s ruling effectively kills Obama’s plan to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation — a plan Clinton supports.
In a statement released by her campaign, Clinton defended the legality of Obama’s plan, saying the ruling was “purely procedural.” But, she says, it’s a reminder of the “harm Donald Trump would do” to immigrant families and “how much damage” Senate Republicans are causing by refusing to consider Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.
WOW! Does anyone think that maybe Hillary Rodham Clinton just maybe took that statement to far? Here we have a person being investigated by the FBI and congressional committee’s “defending the legality” of Obama’s plan; then she (there has to be an adult reason for this…) attacks Mr. Trump, and that is not enough because she manages to toss in some Senate Republicans because they opted to not react to the untimely death of Justice Scalia.
She said as president, she would “do everything possible under the law to go further to protect families.” Law? Are you kidding me? Between what she did in Nicaragua, Benghazi Libya, India with the nuclear deal and China’s expectations of more missile technology add that to 33,000 unaccounted for emails and sending “Classified” information over an unsecured line, you make the decision for yourselves, I on the other hand will not vote for or even acknowledge her presence.
Here’s a closer look at the immigrants whose futures the justices decided Thursday.
I am going to espouse the following simply because of three reasons; One, it shows clearly how misguiding the Washington Post can be. Seriously was it the justices who are determining the immigrants’ future, or was the action that caused the ruling (being situate in the USA without permission, documents, and ignoring the laws of the land)? Two, personally I believe that it is always lousy editing, moreover writing wherein one blames an institution for not getting the decision they obviously wanted. And thirdly, would someone please, puleez, tell me, inform me why so much consideration is being given to a number of illegal immigrants — in case you do not already know — the United States is in a position of desolation based on despotism.
One does not need an advanced degree from a trumped-up Ivy League university to understand that the people who have the right to live here are those who are hurting the most. Why our government — made up of “globalizing idiots” wish to grant 12 million plus people who could care less about the USA a free ticket into the nation is beyond my perspective.
The ideology of a nation and to quote President Barack Obama, “Welcoming wave after wave of immigrants kept us youthful and dynamic and entrepreneurial. It has shaped our character and it has made us stronger.” This statement from a person who has the misrepresentation record of a pathological liar has been an issue that is used up to nothing.
Sure America is supposed to be compassionate, lending a hand in time of need and desperation, sympathy, concern, kindness, being full of consideration and above all caring. These are the belief systems and values orientation that has always been the Judeo-Christian ideology that the nation was founded upon.
However, when far too many people take advantage of that kindness and goodness, it gets way out of control and abusive, the very things that our Founder’s warned us about. Moreover and of immeasurable importance, when the very leadership of the nation begins a rampage on religious liberties, try and install a predicate political correctness program, and sit and watch genocide of Christian men and women and their children, that is when it is time to question why the government opted to spend well in excess of $7 trillion dollars in the last six and a half years.
The person who is at the top of the establishment heap in D.C., who has pledged his allegiance to Ferguson Missouri, Travyon Martin, and who has made it a point to apologize while embarrassing the very people he alleges he leads.
Max Ehrenfreund writes for Wonkblog and compiles Wonkbook, a daily policy newsletter. Before joining The Washington Post, Ehrenfreund wrote for the Washington Monthly and The Sacramento Bee.