Congressional Democrats and advocates for immigration reform will have to decide how much to bend as they await proposals from House Republicans that are likely to fall far short of what they have demanded. House GOP leaders plan to release as soon as next week their principles for rewriting the nation’s immigration laws, a document that could be followed by a series of legislative proposals. The principles are expected to be broad-brush in nature and emphasize border and interior security measures, but they are likely to include a first-ever official House GOP endorsement of legal status for many of the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants, according to people familiar with the deliberations. “We feel like the dynamics in the House are definitely tilting in our favor right now,” said Marshall Fitz, director of immigration policy at the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank. Republicans are expected to push for granting more power to state and local authorities to enforce immigration laws, a move that Democrats have long opposed. And while the principles may propose legal status for illegal immigrants, Republicans in the House are against creating a new pathway to citizenship, and they want legalization tied to stronger enforcement triggers than were included in the bill the Senate passed last year. After reading this portion we stand in support of allowing the several states to assist in all of the enforcement procedures and it is important for them to get something such as a law safe guarding their proposed directives. Lorella Praeli, advocacy and policy director for United We Dream, said the push for more triggers along the path to citizenship was “a cause for concern,” but she stopped short of drawing a clear line. We feel that is because neither party has made a clear line; moreover, most of the American people have not even been considered.
The Senate bill would have allowed many illegal immigrants to gain citizenship within 13 years, but any House proposal is likely to have a longer and narrower path. On a conference call with reporters Friday, Fitz said the triggers would be judged by whether they were achievable or whether they were “blocking people from being protected.” “This entire notion of ‘being protected’ is language that should offend every American citizen, said William Blakely of Chesapeake Maryland. This much is for certain – these illegal immigrants should be thanking their lucky stars, god, and Heaven – for ever being considered a pathway to citizenship.
Leadership aides have emphasized that the document is not being drafted by Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) but by a group of members that includes the Speaker’s top lieutenants, Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and Republicans like Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (Fla.) who have been involved in repeated efforts to overhaul the immigration system. The advocates are also placing their trust in Rebecca Talent, the former chief of staff to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) who Boehner hired to advise him on immigration late last year. Even if Republicans can get the majority of their conference that Boehner is requiring to support immigration legislation, they will need Democratic votes to help overcome conservative opposition and push any proposals over the top. Like the advocates, key House Democrats are welcoming the movement from Republicans but say they will wait to see actual legislative proposals before committing to help them. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) said in a statement Friday “I think we have a very realistic chance to legalize undocumented immigrants, put millions on a path to citizenship, stop the deportations that are brutalizing immigrant communities, and restore legal immigration.” As for our organization here, The Contemplative Thinker, who is this Rep. Gutierrez think he is talking too? Please let us assure you that a) legalize illegal aliens, b) millions on a pathway to American citizenship, c) what brutalization is going on within immigration communities as a result of the Obama Administration suing everyone involved for not being able to do their work and d) restore legal immigration. Just a bit of overall concern for the dishonest and conniving Rep. Gutierrez; the system may be run over, beaten up, and may seem to be as illegal. However, least we try to remind this waste of taxpayer funds that no American willfully tries to break immigration laws.
How many interesting things or expansion of knowledge have you read, seen, or heard lately? This although different area of learning is nothing new in education. In fact, many, if not most of the expert, or most studied individuals we tend to make “Gospel” of the words they uttered, theories they may have come up with, or at the very least, coined jargon (making up of word groups that only apply to that profession) indeed come from these experts.
However and unbeknownst to many outside the educational community just believe what they have heard or seen although predicated upon a theory or postulate with no real science placed behind it may have indeed caused more confusion than anything else in our course of learning.
We would like to submit to you various and sundry facts that we have gained through our regiment of reading, researching, information gathering, and pursuant to the data (scientifically obtained) go on and write some rather interesting articles about these revelatory issues and refer to them as The Fun Articles albeit in just about every aspect of knowledge.
We are proposing well-written articles on subject matter that may be on smuggling operations within our Nation, as well as cartel activity, jihadists’ activity, volumes on educational theory, advocacy supporters, special interest groups, and what over the years have been tragic effects, yet, nothing is done about it.
In one day whilst being open to new things I quasi-learned how the executive and judicial branches of equal government ripped into the legislative branch as though they (Congress) could do no wrong. In addition, those people laying the groundwork for the accusations were somehow involved with either a bonafide administration or have spent several years (25 or more) in various occupations within the government and we feel are entitled to talk.
Furthermore, if we all must really know, there are times when writing about a retired former Secretary of Defense discloses yet another truth about what is happening on the inside that makes me distrust the “Clowns of Washington” even more than I do already.
We here at The Contemplative Thinker would love to enlist or commission articles from our reader’s as well. Please if you’ve got something to say, please send me a draft to any number of email boxes I have registered with Word Press.
So it is now time for some fun! I found this next small bit of information an amazing resource of information, which just happens to be plaguing us and draining America of taxpayer contributed funds. Ready?
The Founder’s generation saw a revolution in reading and discussion. Intelligent colonials of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries felt marooned in an ocean of trees and indifference. The clergy of early New England were Cambridge-educated divines, who founded Harvard (1636) and Yale (1701) to train their sons and grandsons.
Introducing new Founder’s here – Jonathan Edwards, the great preacher and theologian, wrote a wistful letter to a Scottish clergyman. “It might be of particular advantage to me here in this remote part of the world to be better informed of what books there are that are published on the other side of the Atlantic, and especially if there be anything that comes out that is very remarkable.”
The again Lewis Morris, an eccentric New Jersey landowner, amassed a private collection of three thousand books. His instructions: “Do not lend it on any account to anybody whatever, for I know that country (New Jersey) too well to lend books in.
As the eighteenth century progressed, the silence lifted. It wasn’t so much that more people were reading – colonial literacy had always been high – it was that more people knew other readers. Americans knew what other Americans read; in a sense they were reading together.
For those of you and definitely us too, most who remember the Nicolas Cage film with Diane Kruger (nee Heidkruger) National Treasure would acquiesce to their constant memories of Benjamin Franklin. It is when Franklin was in his twenties, he founded the first public library in Philadelphia.
Benjamin Franklin persuaded his friends, who had formed a discussion club, to store their books in a common room, “each of us being at liberty to borrow such as he wished to read at home.”
“In a few years,” travelers found Americans “better instructed and more intelligent than people of the same rank generally are in other countries.”
If I could explain why I do not trust President Obama, this is on top of the list of his transgressions that have been knowingly, willfully, and one of the greatest undermining acts that have been ripping us up as a sovereign Nation.
A federal judge in Texas late last week accused the Obama administration of aiding drug cartels, saying that instead of enforcing immigration laws, agents knowingly helped smuggle an illegal immigrant girl into the U.S. to live with her mother, also an illegal immigrant, in Virginia.
In a 10-page order, Judge Andrew S. Hanen said the case was the fourth such case he has seen over the last month, and in each instance Customs and Border Protection agents have helped to locate and deliver the children to their illegal immigrant parents.
The judge said in each case, the taxpayers footed the bill for flights — including flights to multiple locations in different parts of the U.S. that it took to find one of the children’s parents.
“The DHS is rewarding criminal conduct instead of enforcing the current laws. More troubling, the DHS is encouraging parents to seriously jeopardize the safety of their children,” the judge said, adding that some of the children have been made to swim the Rio Grande River or traverse remote areas as part of the smuggling.
In the case before the judge last week, a 10-year-old girl whose mother, Patricia Elizabeth Salmeron Santos, paid a smuggler to get the daughter from El Salvador across the border and to Virginia.
The agents apprehended the smuggler and the young girl, and prosecuted the smuggler, but delivered the daughter to Ms. Salmeron Santos in Virginia, even though agents were aware she was in the country illegally.
“The DHS, instead of enforcing our border security laws, actually assisted the criminal conspiracy in achieving its illegal goals,” the judge said. “It completed the mission of the conspiracy initiated by Salmeron Santos. In summary, instead of enforcing the laws of the United States, the government took direct steps to help the individuals who violated it. A private citizen would, and should, be prosecuted for this conduct.”
Judge Hanen said that Homeland Security officials regularly testify that the drug cartels control immigrant smuggling operations along the border, and he said the department’s actions in helping finish the smuggling actually end up benefiting the very cartels U.S. officials say they are trying to damage.
“The big economic losers in this scenario are the citizens of the United States who, by virtue of this DHS policy, are helping fund these evil ventures with their tax dollars,” the judge wrote.
Homeland Security officials told the court they won’t prosecute the illegal immigrant parents for their role in the smuggling, and Judge Hanen said it appeared to be a department-wide policy. Officials did say they are considering trying to deport Salmeron Santos, though it was unclear whether that had been done.
The cases highlight a growing problem along the border of what the government terms unaccompanied alien children, or UACs. Apprehensions of UACs jumped 81 percent from 2010 to 2012; suggesting more illegal immigrant parents are taking the risk of having their children leave home to join them in the U.S.
The young children present sympathetic cases, just as do those already in the country, known as Dreamers, after the Dream Act legislation (?).
President Obama last year announced a new policy to halt deportations of those young illegal immigrants, arguing they were brought to the U.S. by their parents with no say in the decision, and so should be allotted special treatment.
MA Lawmaker: Food Stamp Cards Being Sold For Drug Money
A district judge has struck down a Florida law requiring drug testing for welfare benefits.
State Rep. Shaunna O’Connell (R) says Americans are selling their EBT cards for drug money. She says oversight of the food stamp program has become lax through the years.
‘Fast & Furious’ Gun Found After Deadly Mexican Resort Shootout
Yet another Fast and Furious weapon was recovered in Mexico. This time, the gun was found after a shootout between Mexican authorities and drug cartel members in the popular resort town of Puerto Penasco.
Five cartel gunmen were killed in the battle last month, and the sounds were captured in an amateur video posted on YouTube.
ATF, which was blamed for the botched gun operation, released the following statement:
“ATF has accepted responsibility for the mistakes made in the Fast and Furious investigation and at the attorney general’s direction we have taken appropriate and decisive action to ensure that these errors will not be repeated. And we acknowledge that, regrettably, firearms related to the Fast and Furious investigation will likely continue to be recovered at future crime scenes.”
Katie Pavlich reacted to the situation on Fox and Friends this morning, arguing that ATF has a very “loose” definition of what it means to take responsibility.
She said even Eric Holder admits that we’re going to see more murders be linked to Fast and Furious weapons, with some 1,400 of them still out there.
Watch the full discussion above, including an update on where the legal battle stands on Capitol Hill as Republicans demand more documents be made public by the Obama administration.
Both of these articles and many other can be read at Fox News Insider
It is once again time – based on what legislators are saying and trying to pass a bill for such as Senate bill 744 – and even more so for all of our readers who have been relentlessly searching the Archives section of this site for more information; subsequently, perhaps in two, three, or more articles time needs to be addressed and examined pursuant to How the Founders felt about Immigration – From their own words.
America has a long and generous tradition of welcoming as equal citizens a larger number of immigrants, from a greater variety of national and religious origins, than any other nation in history. Although in decades before the Founding Era by far the most immigrants were of North and Western European backgrounds.
That was until roughly 1870 when limits were placed upon those European’s and from 1880 until 1915 legislation was passed to begin accepting more people from Southern and Eastern Europe.
After 1920 legislation severely limited North and West European’s chances as well. The 1965 Immigration Act tremendously increased the numbers and changed the sources of immigrants. This particular law in effect made it much harder for Europeans, regardless of direction and made it far easier for non-Europeans to come to America.
Between 1900 and 1994, over 1.2 million people per year were granted the wellness and liberty of America. Eighty percent (80%) of that figure were non-European who immigrated to the U.S.A. This figure of course is
derived from material from between 1900 and 1994. Furthermore, this figure does not include the amount of people who entered the U.S. by unlawful means. In 1997 there was a fairly accurate number of approximately 7.5 million immigrants living in the U.S. in violation of the law.
Most Americans think these levels are too high; bearing in mind that the data used is from 1989-90 survey used to finally get a grip on stopping something from getting out of control. Seventy-four percent (74%) of non-Hispanic white citizens, whilst seventy-five (75%) of Mexican American citizens agreed with the statement, “There are too many immigrants” living in the United States.
However, before letting this writing get out of sorts, exactly in the fashion of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has done – let us digress to the Founding Era primarily.
The American Founders would reject both of today’s dominant views of immigration reform. They would agree with those who say the America is based on the principle that all humankind are born free and equal. However, they would reject the conclusion that this requires minimal or no restraints on immigration.
The Founders supported the view that a nation may, and sometimes must, set limits on immigration, even to the point of considering national origin. Yet they based this view on the equality principle, not on its rejection.
Upon examination everything that the original Founding fathers did, believed in, and inevitably used far reaching controls over and at times against, are precisely what our nation’s Congress and Presidency is trying to do. Yes! Even after 235 years of experience, including what would work and what clearly does not work is now being considered for change.
We certainly are not trying to allege that this is all happening now. Oh contraire! Modifications have been supplanted as “reforms” throughout the country’s history; albeit, the importance of many issues were addressed and analyzed by the founding generation.
If there is any consolation, it was almost like Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Franklin, and Adams were one person speaking with one voice. All of these people and many more had clearly defined positions on immigration. We believe we should start with General George Washington and what his principles – although not many in number – clearly set forth.
Imbued with a growing sense of entitlement to amnesty, illegal aliens and their supporters have become increasingly aggressive in pressing their demands. Among their new tactics is outright intimidation of public officials.
So as we continue to listen to politicians, especially our POTUS, espousing how important it is for these individuals learn to live outside of the shadows and become known our question remains – how long is this ridiculous posturing going to continue. Are they really that dumb, that is, the politicians.
Earlier this year, a group of illegal aliens turned up at the home of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, sending a not-so-subtle message, “We know where you and your kids live.” On Wednesday evening it was House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s turn. Some 60 illegal aliens and their supporters forced their way into the lobby of Cantor’s suburban D.C. condo to hold a loud protest clearly aimed at intimidating him.
Not being one to constantly be barking “what about the rule of law” it seems to me that the statement “We know where you and your kids live” could be construed as a threat. The following video shows just how bat sh*t some people can become.
Please click on Kansas S. of State to see video of how brazen these people are becoming…
The Credibility Gap: Another Reason…
The erudite and ever-quotable late Senator from New York, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, famously said, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.”
Apparently, Sen. Moynihan was wrong. According to media reports, employees at the U.S. Census Bureau fabricated employment data to make it appear that unemployment was declining dramatically on the eve of the 2012 presidential election. The New York Post names a specific Census Bureau employee, Julius Buckmon, who cooked the books, adding, “a knowledgeable source says the deception went beyond that one employee.”
The official monthly unemployment numbers are determined by Census Bureau interviews with some 60,000 U.S. households. Allegedly, Buckmon, who worked for the Bureau’s Philadelphia office, created people out of thin air and reported them as being employed. In compiling the monthly employment reports, Buckmon “interviewed” three times as many households as his peers.
Buckmon’s credibility is obviously in doubt, but he claims that he was told to fabricate data by his superiors. Whether the falsification was carried out to improve President Obama’s chances for reelection, or they were carried out because the Philadelphia office was having trouble meeting the requirement that they reach 90 percent of the households on their call list, is not clear.
What is clear is that the American public must be very skeptical about government data. This is an especially sobering thought as discussion of a mass amnesty remains before Congress. The bill passed by the Senate, in theory, relies on a government agency – the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) – certifying that border and other immigration enforcement triggers be met before amnestied aliens can receive green cards.
House Speaker John A. Boehner says his party is hopeful that progress can be made on immigration reform, but believes that implementing change should be addressed “one step at a time.”
“I’m hopeful we can make progress on this very important issue,” he added, according to The Washington Post.
“The only way to make sure immigration reform works this time is to address these complicated issues one step at a time. I think doing so will give the American people confidence that we’re dealing with these issues in a thoughtful way and a deliberative way,” said Boehner.
Boehner said he was encouraged by the President, that he was open to reform changes being implemented in a gradual fashion. While he wouldn’t put a timeline on these changes, he insisted that immigration reform is still alive.
“Is immigration reform dead? Absolutely not,” he said, according to the LA Times.
The main bone of contention is the provision in the Senate-approved bill to allow illegal immigrants follow a path to U.S. citizenship, something the GOP-controlled House is against.
The Senate bill does not say what President Obama thinks it says. Now I really truly and honestly hope that he has been given some misinformation prior to his speaking, or else it would be natural and very normal for one to infer someone is not being honest.
As for us, the entire matter of the Gang of Eight’s cum Senate bill is just a tad worse off than the original “Obamacare” travesty. During a very recent press conference Obama stated:
[W]e do have to deal with about 11 million folks who are in this country, most of them just seeking opportunity; they did break the law by coming here or overstaying their visa, and they’ve got to earn their way out of the shadows — pay a fine, learn English, get to the back of the line, pay their back taxes — but giving them a mechanism whereby they can get right by our society. And that is reflected in the Senate bill.
Somewhere in the White House, someone must have realized that Obama’s statement is not true.
The Senate bill does not make learning English a prerequisite for legalization. The Senate bill grants the Secretary of Homeland Security the discretion to wave fines for broad groups of illegal aliens. The Senate bill does not require back taxes of illegal aliens who never filed tax returns.
Jon Feere covered these myths in an op-ed for the Christian Science Monitor on May 13 earlier this year. The Washington Times wrote a story on the “back taxes” claim on May 21 in which it was noted that the “immigration bill’s authors acknowledged Tuesday that their legislation does not require illegal immigrants to pay all back taxes, saying it would be too difficult to make them ante up everything they might owe.”
President Obama’s language is not reflected in the Senate bill, but he has probably read similar language in immigration polling. Most polls that find support for a “path to citizenship” use language just as Obama did. One of the problems with those polls is that, like Obama’s statement, they do not describe the actual legislation that Congress is considering.
This is not the first indication that President Obama has not been fully briefed on the Senate bill. On October 24th, Obama remarked, “If there’s a good reason not to pass this common-sense reform, I haven’t heard it.
Well with the greatest of respect for the Office of the President just like Obamacare, Benghazi, Iran negotiations, and scandals within the highest echelons of government – don’t you think it’s time we had a POTUS that at least seemed more aware of the issues rather than simply going out and saying whatever?
Four months earlier, the Congressional Budget Office released a report on the economic impact of the Senate bill that predicted a decade of depressed wages and increased unemployment.
It is too bad that we live in a time and in a nation that has people gripping all the time albeit for whatever reasons seem endless. We, I, and you can try your level best to avoid it, walk past it, remain neutral on it, or as so many of our friends do – try not to fall into the dreadful trap of the color of one’s skin.
As for us, we believe the motives for engaging in blatant racism are as mixed as a bag of M&M’s. Then mind you something opposite would suggest that boil it all down to one single issue and what do we come up with? Hate, entitlements, capitalism, positions, or offices held, rank ordering, caste system, or any other sorts of one issue (never works).
Let us take a look at human person living in the U.S.A. today. Is it important that we address the notion or importance of the two parent household particularly a man and a woman living as husband and wife? Statistically it is ugly – something along the percentile of 90 percent of child delinquency and misbehaving comes because there is not a male (“Father figure”…Freud) present to what?
Now the time is at hand to ask all of the special interests groups and advocacy groups how they feel about the work that they do. Moreover, the money they are spending in their attempt at taking on God, most orthodox religious beliefs, and one particular society in which they live who are overwhelmingly against same-sex marriage and who remain the majority.
Failure to respect people of other races and a way of behaving or thinking that shows that you do not like or respect people who belong to races that are different from your own and that you believe your race is better than others are just does not work.
Furthermore, having animosity toward other races cannot be an excuse simply because races are made up of human beings, ergo why not say – because Jeffery Dalmer was white, let us hate all white people based on the crimes the lone nut committed. Additionally, the belief that people of different races have different qualities and abilities, and that some races are inherently superior or inferior than other races has more generalized research disputing such that a person could spend a life time in paperwork studying that idea.
Yet we do believe that this qualified information is not known well enough or even known by people who hold prominence in various fields whether in entertainment, sports, academia, or theology.
Basically we are of the position that age-old stereotyping has been going on for so long that it is unfortunately being sought as truth rather than the stereotypical and discriminating hilarity it sometimes causes.
From the “White” perspective it is believed that the Wayans brothers have been culprits of stereotyping; albeit not in a racist way but one of a variety of ways in that the outcome makes a person look at themselves. Is this a good medium in film or Hollywood? It is a rather sorted question because if one were to say yes – it is a good medium – be very careful because you may be construed as a racist.
One trait that the Wayans brothers share and have a clear inroads path to is that of crossing or applying cross stereotypes within race. Many could argue that their films are hard on blacks, gays, and women; however, there is always the side of whites, gays, women, and just about any other way one could think of it. The Wayans have the insight of knowing how to keep it fair and even keeled.
So it has been stated, “How other people in future elections will negotiate candidates of color.” Please, we implore anyone reading this quibble to please be open and objective; we feel that this question is not wrong in asking.
Please believe me, your trusty editor-in-chief, that no malice is regarded certainly because we do not believe anyone on our staff here at The Contemplative Thinker is racist. Maybe that is why we feel it is an earnest question to be asked.
We believe based on evidence and action that Barack Obama is a liar. The bizarre means he used and continues to use along with the reckless disregard for elements of truth guaranteed every citizen in the U.S.A. by way of the Constitution is by no means hindering or otherwise keeping Obama’s feet from the “line in the sand” of keeping to the truth.
Daily we see and hear of decisions he has made affecting other people’s lives. Albeit whether it is freely granted Amnesty, more food stamps, retrenchment of reform in the welfare department or whatever — costly decisions are being made.
And just to keep it fresh in our reader’s minds are the calamities of the Internal Revenue Service that must be investigated for misappropriation of public funds, the Benghazi scenario, why does his Justice Department feel it is apropos to eavesdrop on personal lines of journalists, if or a big why concerning Fast & Furious, and of course his pathetic apology.
Everything mentioned above has impeachable offenses for the Office of the President.
Other Critical Findings
This person or want to be president seems to believe that he has the right, title, and interest to skirt Congress in matters of immigration. Nothing could be further than the truth. Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) are within the direct charter of the Congress. Sorry but no Executive Orders or Memorandums to Order for other heads of agencies (Janet Napolitano and DHS or Eric Holder and Justice) in other words there are preexisting lines of job descriptions inherent for all agencies to balance the powers of government.
Now we have come full circle to present a dilemma that may or may not be influencing the electorate, moreover, the U.S. citizenry. Our question is simply this: Do you believe that Barack Obama, given his history especially with Obama Care could affect any other African American from running for, or winning the office of President?
Everyone capable of watching television during the post 2008 election, will ever forget the revelry, pride, and release of all African American’s in the nation of the United States with regards to Obama being the “1st A/A President”. However, do you believe that predicated upon this man’s behavior, disrespect for the rule of law and then, his outright lying to the citizenry about his namesake legacy, Obamacare, that will deter voters or otherwise from electing another African American for the presidency. In other words, isn’t Barack Obama sort of shouldering how or what people may suspect from another candidate of color?
For years, perhaps decades, and generations the government has failed to control our borders. The southern border illegal immigration has sky rocketed since the 70s. Prior to and after September 11, 2001 there has been little or nothing concrete accomplished to establish real border security and immigration control. On the contrary, much has been done to decrease our security and immigration control.
President Bush messed up by giving illegal immigrants citizenship. Seeing this, others said to themselves, if it can happen once, it can happen again, this time for me. Let us go to the USA! President Bush encouraged illegal immigration!
The current administration has done even worse. Telling Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) not to deport, telling the U.S. Border Patrol to back off (release until court date), not getting the fence completed, do not deport unless they are a felon and dozens of other justifications for not enforcing existing federal law continues at striking rates. Promising a fast track to legal status if you violated our immigration laws is what this entire mess has turned in to.
Now let us look at the receiving end of the lack of border enforcement. The list seems endless and at times we wonder what the Hades our own government is doing.
It is vitally important to the understanding of this writing that we all huddle-up and come to a common understanding. Barack Obama has only made matters worse and in doing that he has raised a hell storm in the USA.
We, at The Contemplative Thinker, as an organization as well as individuals – mostly citizens but not all of us are US citizens are quite concerned with what this mad person is doing.
The only reasonable rationale is that he simply does not care, or that he gains pleasure counting the ways he skirts Constitutional as well as US federal law. Now let us not forget, we are talking about the POTUS here.
Yep it is that same person who tells fabrications upon more lies. We firmly believe that it has gotten to the point of pathology.
Being informative is quintessential. It was the POTUS who behind closed doors began issuing Memorandums of Order to those people who worked as Secretary’s or a Ministry for our international guests. Between the Executive Orders and Memorandums this person has authorized some 11 million or more people to come on over, free of charge, and do not worry, once here you will want for nothing.
That is after you have first disabled the U.S. taxpayer in every conceivable way. So let us make sure you are all signed up for the “Benefits Package” which of course covers food stamps, rights to healthcare, paid housing in one way or another – either just as soon as you arrive, or as soon as you have picked a place to live. Oh yes, our founders did not believe that we should pay for education so not to worry, education is free including the pencils needed to write with and paper to write on.
Now if any one of your children attending a school in the USA, and unfortunately you are down on your luck, please do not worry because we have the best school lunch programs not available in any other nation, which also includes day care and food for those children as well.
We believe in our organization that most of our elected officials have completely lost any awareness of what establishing a solid immigration system would save us in the short term. We also believe that there comes a time for diminishing returns; consequently, if one continues to make getting here easy, and then once here you’ve hit the lottery, well people just don’t look up to and try to do the same or one way or another share those values, ethics, and morals with the people they live with – point of diminishing returns.