Skip to comments.Obama: Iím Not A king, I Canít Just Ignore Immigration Laws
Posted on 01/31/2013 5:29:55 AM PST by Biggirl
Although President Obama was willing to order the federal government to stop deporting young DREAMer illegal immigrants last summer, he signaled in an interview with Latino network Telemundo that he couldnt allow all illegal immigrants to stay.
Host Jose Diaz-Balart fairly asked him why he couldnt extend the same benefits to illegal immigrants already in America.
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yeah yeah, and we all know “it’s not about me”
Well, you're doing a hell of a job ignoring the current laws on the books.
Do the immigration laws apply to presidents, perhaps?
Yeh, George W claimed to not want to be king either.....but he wanted veto power over the states, didn’t he?!!!!!
“We are NOT a king! We believe that all of our subjects understand that.
He also abandoned the free market to save it, which meant it was free all along, so he couldn’t be abusing his power. Right? [wipes sweat off brow, laughs nervously]
and to say nothing of attempting to screw the whiskey brewers to the point of personally leading armed troops under arms into the field against them....
Hmmm....btw,.....oh never mind...
Well then obozo should deport hinself from USA.
Wait, but he is one of the ‘dreamers’ under the ‘Dream Act’ - the crimes he has committed are not severe and he has been in USA for long enough so he can stay?
Did you ever read “The Probability Broach”?
“Did you ever read The Probability Broach?”
The time for reading may be past...
Thinkers: For those who care to admit it, we’ve always had a king problem.
Not all king problems are equal.
“Not all king problems are equal.”
As is now obvious...one king problem unattended leads to greater king problems....
He’s certainly not enforcing them.
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