Illegal Immigration Laws and The Arizona Bill
After reading the Arizona Bill (click to get a PDF
version) that was slammed by the Obama administration it's hard to believe that this guy or his attorney
general have a law degree. If you read the bill there is nothing in it that would predicate anything
different than the Federal Law. What is different is this: There Will Be An Attempt To Enforce the LAW.
Yes, to Enforce The LAW. Something that neither George Bush or Barack Obama want to do.
There is a growing perception that Obama has a problem with truth just as much as the previous
administration. It's just a bit more subtle than it was with the Bush-Cheney Regime. Both the Bush-Cheney
Regime and the Obama-Biden version fail to connect to what is going on in America and neither seems to care
including a Congress which can only be described as the most corrupt in the history of America.
The facts are the facts but unfortunately, they are obscured by charlatans called Economists. And
they work for both sides. Illegal immigration is an overall net detriment to our society. It lowers the wage base
and benefits and it causes great economic hardship to our nation's infrastructure including schools, hospitals, the
environment and heath care. What is so hard about this to understand? The Obama administration is
starting to prove that the loony tunes like Glen Beck may actually be right on "Obama hating White People."
Why do I say this ? Because a breaking story shows that the Obama's Justice Department failed
to prosecute The New Black Panthers Organization in Philadelphia over voter intimidation. In fact, Christian Adams, one of the top Justice Department lawyers involved in the case, resigned
to protest political interference he claims derailed prosecution of what he called "the clearest case of voter
intimidation that I've seen since I've been practicing law.
Obama is starting to look like a con man just like Bush and it's a sad state of affairs that there
is no justice in America for the people who live here whether it's immigration law or anything else.