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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Quotation Of The Day

(Two posts today. Please scroll down)

Unless you've been living under a rock, you have heard at least a portion of Obama's most recent statement on immigration.

From Keith Koffler of White House Dossier:

It’s actually not Congress’ “job” to pass immigration legislation. It is their job to pass bills they think will help the country, and that doesn’t necessarily include legislation Obama wants or that he can alter to his liking after passage, as he has, for example, the Affordable Care Act.

If we read the Constitution, we see that it is one of the tasks of Congress to rein in the executive branch of government — not to fulfill the agenda of the President in the Oval Office. Obama's talk of obstruction is whining, a demagogue's words not in keeping with the spirit and intent of our governing document.

23 comments:

  1. He has a pen and a cell phone, and the borders are wide open. The possibilities are endless.

    He's very good at creating new crises to distract the sheeple from his previous ones

    GDP shrank the first quarter, the IRS can't explain the one in ten trillion failure of seven critical hard drives, veterans are dying at the hand of our feral government's VA 'care,' and the economy contracted by 3% the first quarter of the year...

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  3. I must point out that the SCOTUS appears to be reining in the POTUS:

    ...In the more than five years that Mr. Obama has been in office, the court has rejected the government’s argument with a 9-0 decision 20 times.

    [...]

    Although Monday’s decisions were not unanimous, congressional Republicans and other critics of Mr. Obama saw the rulings as evidence that the Roberts court is acting as something of a final line of defense against a president who brags about his use of executive power to bypass Congress and impose his liberal agenda on the American people....

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  4. B.O. is really beginning to come across as a complete MAD MAN! I think his approval is now down in the 30's which is probably the irreducible minimum, of his die-hard minions.

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    1. Will no one rid us of this meddlesome Enword?

      Thomas Stearns Eliot

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  5. Speaking of upcoming executive actions...Luis Gutierrez: We've Given Obama Four-Page Wish List of Executive Actions.

    Over two more years to go with Obama in the Oval Office. **sigh**

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  6. AOW,

    I checked out "Obama Jokes". It's the only time that I've seen him (them) and didn't feel like throwing-up!

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  7. To say it is not congress's job to deal with the immigration problem is like saying it is not a parent's job to deal with an unruly child. They can constitutionally shirk this problem, but to condone that is to act like a scumbag.

    JMJ

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    1. Jersey you and your ilk are POS

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    2. The unruly child is POTUS. They should spank him. That is their job.

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  8. It is the chief executive's office to execute existing immigration laws.

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    2. Oh, and the President asked congress for money for an already overburdened ICE to deport these folks, and they said no.

      Nice try. Congress makes the laws and control the purse strings. Nothing is free. The President can't personally round up 11 million people and send them home.

      I just can't believe anyone is dumb enough to let congress off the hook for this.

      JMJ

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  9. As far as I know "Congress" (both houses) have done their jobs;there are plenty of immigration statutes on the books. Apparently Undertaker Reid fails to act on what the house sends to the Senate so no new bills concerning immigration will be introduced to that body until that POS is gone and the Senate is restored to responsibility. In the meantime the Executive branch, which [is] directly responsible for immigration issues continues to lollygag around blaming all inaction on the House. Obama is nothing but 'empty suit' and finally (too late) people are getting it.

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  10. If children can walk across our borders then why do we need Homeland Security?

    And with the DHS transporting unaccompanied (and undocumented) minors across state borders, laws are being violated.

    My prediction? Residential homes will be rented and turned into ghost dormitories housing 15-20 individuals. Look for it. Coming soon, to the home next door to your own single family home in a quiet, low crime neighborhood.

    Have you attended a city council meeting yet? Do they understand that you do not want your city to play host to this disaster?


    Tammy

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    1. Our federal government dealing in human trafficking!

      In one location in Florida, a busload of illegal immigrant children were dropped off at a local community center run by the Catholic Church. Dropped off without any prior notice or permission! See this.

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    2. Tammy,
      I'm guessing that the feds are placing these children in various communities in time for the opening of schools in August/September. Most school systems have neither the faculty nor the facilities to handle the sudden influx of hundreds of children.

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  11. More ObamaCare glitches:

    Many of the 8 million Americans signed up under the new health care law now have to clear up questions about their personal information that could affect their coverage.

    A government watchdog said Tuesday the Obama administration faces a huge task resolving these "inconsistencies" and in some cases didn't follow its own procedures for verifying eligibility....


    More at the above link.

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