Friday, July 2, 2010

Well even if there isn't a birth certificate, I guess that doesn't matter!

Being an American "is not a matter of blood or birth" says King Obama. Then what defines being an American may I ask? Is that why Article Two, Section 1, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution says that candidates for President must be born in America? Well I guess the birther debate is a moot point according to Barack's logic.

Barack Obama deeply wants to legalize the 12-20 million illegal immigrants who live in America. He believes they are Americans just like anyone else. He also knows they are a jackpot of votes.

Giving his address of support to the nation's illegal immigrant population at American University (how ironic), the boy king also made a few other idiotic statements.

Speaking at the American University School of International Service in Washington D.C., Obama expressed an understanding for why states would pass individual anti-illegal immigration laws, but said taking such action is “ill conceived.”

The president said laws, such as the one signed by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer in April, are “divisive,”
(Dividing whom? American citizens and illegal immigrants? Hispanics and non hispanics? Illegal immigrant supporters and illegal immigrant detractors? Who is the real culprit? All laws are "divisive".) put pressure on local law enforcement, burden state and local budgets (LOL! Concern for budgets? That gave me a good laugh.) and could potentially violate the rights of innocent American citizens and legal residents. (Being asked to show identification is a violation of rights?)


“Ultimately, our nation, like all nations, has the right and obligation to control its borders and set laws for residency and citizenship,” he said. (THEN DO IT!)

This is so typical of the Barack mantra. Stand up high on the pedestal and blame everyone else for a problem you failed to even look at. Oh, and of course say words contrary to the Constitution. His words must sound like music to illegals' ears.


Silverfiddle said...

Excellent post. And I love the picture!

Gorges Smythe said...

I'm beginning to believe that King Barrack could abolish the Constitution, Congress and the Supreme Court with one of his presidential directives and half of America (and ALL of the media) would cheer!