Pestiferous President to Pitch Amnesty Thursday Morning

1 07 2010

The post-… partisan, racial, American (take your pick) President will be giving a “major” teleprompter reading Thursday morning. TOTUS will be helping the man who can read like few others attempt to sell poison to the populace. The poison will, of course, be presented as a necessary cure. This should not pose much of a challenge for the presidential teleprompter, which seems to be the only thing in this administration that works well. The source of all the President’s orations is well-practiced at putting a bow on a pile of equine fecal matter and making it appealing to a majority of the electorate.

This particular “major” reading is purely political and aimed at paying off one specific group of supporters. This group among whose leadership includes the detestable Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-La Raza), is none other than the ‘open borders’, ‘amnesty for illegals’, ‘what can American citizens give you?’ group.

It is noble of President Obama to take time from his golfing schedule to address his subjects on one of his many harmful goals. The need for urgent amnesty is so great, the President has decided to give a “major” reading when he could be otherwise occupied blocking the oil clean up or trying to convince Europe that his new economic way (their old economic way) is the best economic way.

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4 responses

3 03 2011
Ben 10 alien Force

Great blog!!Your blog is very interesting to read and have some good point.

2 07 2010
Pestiferous President to Pitch Amnesty Thursday Morning (via Coalition Against Illegal Immigration) « Uncle Sam's Boot Blog

[…] The post-… partisan, racial, American (take your pick) President will be giving a "major" teleprompter reading Thursday morning. TOTUS will be helping the man who can read like few others attempt to sell poison to the populace. The poison will, of course, be presented as a necessary cure. This should not pose much of a challenge for the presidential teleprompter, which seems to be the only thing in this administration that works well. The sourc … Read More […]

2 07 2010
Uncle Sam's Boot

Maybe if these folks would stay and fight to better their country, they would not feel the need to break into our great nation. Not all illgal aliens are murderers and drug dealers, but they are all breakers of our law. We can’t support all of the world’s poor. Illegal immigration will prove to be the killer of the USA. The money they suck up through social service programs compared to what they pay in, do not add up. And once granted amnesty, they will build the power base of the marxist/socialist who want to remake our nation into a cradle to grave nanny state.
The USA gives more money to poor nations than the rest of the world combined.

2 07 2010
Rachel Black

Immigration reform is currently a favorite topic among lawmakers and newscasters. As a citizen of this country I can’t believe the attitudes taken toward illegal immigrants on the whole. Who has not gone to Mexico and seen the barefoot women and children begging on the blazing hot freeways. Who hasn’t heard the reports from Mexico of rampant drug problems and massive killings of innocent people who are caught in the crossfire that ensues. Is it any wonder that families look for a better life across the U.S. border? The daily horrors they face make the formidable trips across the desert seem worth it. It makes the risk of being deported worth taking. In 1852, 158 years ago, Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote of essentially the same problem the states were having—except it was slaves, not Mexican’s, they were concerned with. Why haven’t our lawmakers learned anything from the past? Let me enlighten the argument by turning to a chapter from Uncle Tom’s Cabin entitled, “In Which It Appears That a Senator Is But a Man.” A senator is at home and his wife confronts him about a law that had been passed. Let me quote a few lines that I hope won’t tax the reader excessively. As you read, substitute illegal Mexican immigrants in place of the slaves:
“And what is the law? It don’t forbid us to shelter those poor creatures a night, does it, and to give ’em something comfortable to eat, and a few old clothes, and send them quietly about their business?”
“Why, yes, my dear; that would be aiding and abetting, you know.”
“You ought to be ashamed, John! Poor, homeless, houseless creatures! It’s a shameful, wicked, abominable law, and I’ll break it, for one, the first time I get a chance; and I hope I shall have a chance, I do! Things have got to a pretty pass, if a woman can’t give a warm supper and a bed to poor, starving creatures, just because they are slaves, and have been abused and oppressed all their lives, poor things!”
“But, Mary, just listen to me. Your feelings are all quite right, dear, and interesting, and I love you for them; but, then, dear, we mustn’t suffer our feelings to run away with our judgment; you must consider it’s a matter of private feeling, — there are great public interests involved, — there is such a state of public agitation rising, that we must put aside our private feelings.”
“Now, John, I don’t know anything about politics, but I can read my Bible; and there I see that I must feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and comfort the desolate; and that Bible I mean to follow.”
“But in cases where your doing so would involve a great public evil — ”
“Obeying God never brings on public evils. I know it can’t. It’s always safest, all round, to do as He bids us.
“Duty, John! don’t use that word! You know it isn’t a duty-it can’t be a duty! If folks want to keep their slaves from running away, let ’em treat ’em well, — that’s my doctrine. If I had slaves (as I hope I never shall have), I’d risk their wanting to run away from me, or you either, John. I tell you folks don’t run away when they are happy; and when they do run, poor creatures! they suffer enough with cold and hunger and fear, without everybody’s turning against them; and, law or no law, I never will, so help me God!”
“Mary! Mary! My dear, let me reason with you.”
“I hate reasoning, John, — especially reasoning on such subjects. There’s a way you political folks have of coming round and round a plain right thing; and you don’t believe in it yourselves, when it comes to practice. I know you well enough, John. You don’t believe it’s right any more than I do; and you wouldn’t do it any sooner than I.”
Ms. Stowe comes right to the point. Mexican’s wouldn’t run away from their country if they were happy, if they were safe. Perhaps rather than spending our money building fences and paying huge task forces to deport pitiful people, we should spend the same energy and money helping Mexico create a safe place where their people want to stay. Where there is food, safety, and jobs and they can stay near family in a country they love.
There are laws in this country forbidding citizens to hire illegal immigrants. The bottom line from that is this: we are forcing desperate people into crime if they cannot better their situation through respectable means. It is the equivalent of turning a starving, ragged person away when they come to our door. What other choice is left to them? Go back? They are too hungry, weak, and poor even to do that.
Since 1886, the world has loved these words from Emma Lazarus, etched on the Statue of Liberty declaring: “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Can there be any wonder that suffering people cross our borders in the face of mortal peril? They know and believe these words! The very people who founded our nation and populated it came here for the same reason: looking for a better life. How should the suffering, uneducated, impoverished people of the world know that after 124 years the U. S. lawmakers have decided that we no longer honor the huddled masses? That we abhor them and accuse them of ruining life for the people who got here first? We don’t want them, we’re full.
The main focus of the lawmakers and news reports have claimed that illegal immigrants and drug dealers and murderers. If they are let the law protect us. If on the other hand they are good people looking for a better life, can we not show compassion? As one nation under God, can we not show mercy to his children from other lands? Can we not make a little room? Can we not help to make their own country a place they can stay in? Surely we can. I urge our people and our lawmakers to change their attitudes, their perspective, and their approach. Let us learn from the past to improve the future for everyone.

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