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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Arizona vs. Obama

Barack Obama, in some way, nearly every day, shows the American people why he is completely unqualified to be the President of the United States.
  In a petty and downright childish move after Monday's Supreme Court ruling to uphold a portion of Arizona's immigration law that gives Law Enforcement the right to ask about a person's immigration status if they are pulled over for a traffic violation, and the police have reason to check their status. The Obama administration directed the Department of Homeland Security and I.C.E. to decline any phone calls from Arizona it may get regarding deportation of illegal aliens, unless that person is wanted for a felony. The administration has also directed the Department of Justice to set up a 24-hour hotline for anyone who feels that they have in any way been racially profiled by any Arizona Law Enforcement Officers to report the incident.
  We established long ago just how thin-skinned this President is (oops, is that racist?). We have all seen him get snippy with any reporter who dares to offer up the slightest criticism. But this takes it to a whole other level. What the Obama administration has told the people of Arizona is, "We care more about people who have snuck into this country illegally, so we can insure Hispanic votes to win an election, than we do about the safety of our borders and the people who live and work on them, the sovereignty of this nation, and following the rule of law as stated in the Constitution." Barack Obama has done nothing but simply throw a temper-tantrum because he did not get his way. What's next? Throwing himself on the floor kicking and screaming?
  The Obama administration has decided it will be selective of which laws it chooses to enforce and ones it does not. If we follow this "logic", who is to say that if he is defeated in November that he will participate in the peaceful transfer of power? We already know how he feels about the 10th Amendment. We can probably guess what his thoughts are on the 22nd Amendment.
  One of the few things the Federal Government is charged with doing is protecting and defending the nation. The people of Arizona are only doing what the Federal Government refuses to do. And it just so happens that they refuse to do it in an election year, in a state with a large Hispanic population.
  Let's hope that the American people decide to throw one giant temper-tantrum in November.       

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