Open borders. One world government. Social justice. Reconquista.. Fraudulent voters. Most likely an obscene combination of all of those things. America’s borders are all but non-existent, and if a border jumper happens to stake their claim in this country, they have the full protection of Barack Obama’s Justice Department. Of course, they’ll have to run the gauntlet of Ak-47’s that the JD has supplied to the Mexican drug cartels, but if they can traverse that, they suddenly will be protected by the very same department that has facilitated a slaughterfest of their countrymen.
Arizona was the first to be bludgeoned by Barack Obama’s Justice Department by daring to try and protect themselves. No sooner was SB 1070 passed in that state that Eric Holder sent in his goons to stop the law from taking effect. With the help of an activist judge, he was successful. In a preview of what we can expect in 2012, the architect of SB 1070 Russell Pearce, was recalled in a district where he
was is very popular. It was an open recall, and Democrats, union thugs, ACORN and more than a few English as a second language citizens cast their votes and had Pearce removed. Of course, the petitions themselves had serious issues of viability, but…those activist judges. I’ve just glossed the surface on the kind of beating Arizona has taken.
Georgia came up with their own version of SB 1070, but again, the JD had an activist-or an on the payroll judge gut that law as well. To add insult to injury, Major League Baseball honored scumbag racist Carlos Santana at the annual Civil Rights game in Atlanta, and instead of Santana graciously accepting his award and saving his hate for another day, he tore into Georgians with a rant that could only be described as reconquista chic.
Alabama then came up with an even better law-not that SB 1070 was bad; Alabama’s was just better. Holder sent in his thugs there as well, although that law withstood a court challenge better than the Arizona legislation. It probably was better written than SB 1070. They learned from any mistakes Arizona may have made. Nevertheless, the law was truncated, and is not in full force. South Carolina suffered the same fate as Arizona and Alabama, and they all have various anti-American illegal alien advocate groups trying to provoke an uprising. They even had the likes of Luis Gutierrez, an alleged American representative showing his true racist colors by stirring up hate with protests in those states.
Now the Justice Department have turned their guns (pun intended) on the state of Utah. HB 497, a fairly watered down immigration bill is being opposed by the JD. It essentially mirrors federal immigration law, but it gives the state the power to enforce those laws. The argument in Utah is the same as it was in the previous three states. Immigration falls under federal authority and states do not have the right to enforce anything. Yes, the ability of the United States to enforce existing immigration law is not only available, but attempting to be implemented by these four states, the latest being Utah. Eric Holder and the Justice Department do not want these laws enforced. Need anymore proof? Utah also passed HB 116, which would offer a guest worker plan to illegal aliens in the state. How that squares with HB 497 is beyond me, but both have been signed into law. However, the Justice Department has decided not to challenge Utah on HB 116, which-by their own words is pre-empted by federal law. They just aren’t going to do it.
In a statement, DOJ acknowledged that the guest worker provisions are “clearly preempted by federal law,” but said it would not pursue legal action because the department is engaging in “constructive conversations” with Utah about the law.
I’ve said before that an illegal alien on the path to citizenship won’t do Barack Obama any good in 2012. They won’t be able to vote while on that path, and they’ll be potentially identifiable if they try. On the other hand, they can vote with impunity now, since they can use anybody’s ID, or in some districts, no ID at all.
The next time you hear jack asses like Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry talking about a pathway to citizenship, just keep in mind how fuzzy that border is, and how many citizens with allegiance to another country are already here. Guys like Gingrich have the same position as Barack Obama. George Bush did too. So did Bill Clinton. The issue didn’t really come up with Bush 1, because, in a moment of naivete’, Ronald Reagan granted amnesty when the problem was much less severe, with the understanding that the borders would be secured after that. Well, we know the borders were never secured, and subsequent presidents either did nothing about it, or made it worse by pandering to those that traversed the pourous border. Is it any wonder we have the problem we have now? Compound that with the anchor baby debacle and we have another country-overwhelmingly Mexico, being poured on top of the United States.
I don’t have much faith that any candidate will do much to address the immigration problem. We have arrived at the point where politicans see illegal aliens as a voting block too valuable to ignore. I don’t really get the population shift thing. Unless the idea is to turn North Amnerica into a region, as opposed to separate countries, open borders makes no sense. At least five states are putting up a fight. They’re losing because they play by the rules, but at least they’re putting up the good fight.