30 Aug

Obama’s War on America Continues [Reader Post]


You really have to wonder if destroying this country is Barack Obama’s intent. His war on America continues.

Violence at the Mexican border is becoming horrible.

Mexico has seen unprecedented gang violence since President Felipe Calderon stepped up the fight against drug trafficking when he took office in December 2006, deploying thousands of troops and federal police to cartel strongholds.

In 2008, a war began between the Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels. Since then, more than 28,000 people have been killed in violence tied to Mexico’s drug war.

In our backyard

Dona Ana County with about 53 miles of international boundary is one of three New Mexican counties that borders Mexico.

While Obama takes a “what me worry?” attitude towards this issue, he persecutes those who would uphold the law. Obama has joined a foreign nation in suing Arizona.

Obama calls out Arizona in a report to the UN Human Rights Commission.

Joe Arpaio, a stalwart defender of the border of the United States, finds himself under federal investigation.

Arrests of illegals is way down.

But under President Obama, the numbers of arrests and deportations of illegals taken into custody at work sites plummeted by more than 80 percent from the last year of the Bush administration. In the current fiscal year 2010, which ends Sept. 30, ICE has arrested 900 workers.

Backdoor amnesty looms

Outlining ways in which the government can provide “relief” to illegal immigrants, the memo suggests delaying deportation for some (perhaps even indefinitely) or granting green cards to others. A spokesman for the agency told the Associated Press that this document shouldn’t be “equated with official action or policy,” and represented only “deliberation and exchange of ideas.” But that’s a hard sell: This memo has all the hallmarks of the administration’s refusal to pursue its policy agenda in an open and democratic way.

As noted here at FA, Obama knowingly killed off 23,000 jobs in the Gulf. This action has made the United States even more dependent on foreign oil, not less.

Obama can’t wait to make our electricity rates “skyrocket” with his Crap and Trade plans.

Obama’s Pentagon granted MOVE waivers so states can ignore the votes of those in military service.

I have written previously here at PJM that all waiver requests should be denied. Unfortunately, if you are an overseas servicemember from Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, or Washington, the protections in the MOVE Act aren’t going to apply to you this year. And if you are from one of the states who still aren’t in compliance with MOVE — like Colorado, Wisconsin, or Alaska — don’t be surprised if you get scant help from Attorney General Eric Holder.

It’s really difficult to find anything that Obama has done that has been good for this country.

And just wait until he raids your 401K to fund union pensions.

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DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.
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57 Responses to Obama’s War on America Continues [Reader Post]

  1. johngalt says: 51


    And? I fail to see how a state, using determinations of a person’s legality in this country from federal code, to detain, then fine and/or incarcerate, then hand over said individual to ICE, is a bad thing. Not only is federal law followed for determination, but the individual is handed over to federal authorities. I’m not sure what your objection to it all is, other than a fear of ‘profiling’, which is a liberal cop-out anyway, as all decent policework depends on some amount of profiling anyways.

    People can see through the BS being put out by the media and left-wing hacks about the law. People can also see the hissy-fits Obama has had about it, including placing it in a human rights report to the UN. People see that for all of the posturing Obama and the left has done about illegal immigration, they won’t do anything meaningful about it.

  2. Smorgasbord says: 52

    @Patvann: As I mentioned earlier, I use another program when I write and can make it the way I want, then copy-and-paste it.

  3. Patvann says: 53


    Yeah, I do that a lot too. Especially if it’s long-ish.
    My last comment was supposed to get deleted, because I couldn’t get the damn characters to show up right… :-)

    But the bottom-line is that if you highlight a particular text, then click on one of above tools, it works as advertised, even with your Mac.

  4. Smorgasbord says: 54

    @Patvann: #53 I have been using them. I use the italics when I post a quote. What I need in ANY computer I have is a program that can sense when I am trying to do something and I’m not doing it right and what I want to happen isn’t happening, a window will pop up and ask me if I am trying to do a certain thing and do I want help.

  5. SMORGASBORD: hi, IS nt it scary sometimes you feel like the big brother is watching every move you make; AS long as they dont start to insult you or get personal we’r okay;
    BUT that day will come if we let it. bye

  6. I heard on news the RCMP arrest 3 Muslims with their stuff to make bombs, in OTTAWA CANADA where the GOVERNMENT RESIDE
    IT’s strange that thoses CHICAGO guys got caught in around same full moon’

  7. Smorgasbord says: 57

    @ilovebeeswarzone: #55 After our November election I am guessing we won’t have such a nosy big brother.


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