Obama Tells New Group of Legal Immigrants Why We Should Reward Illegal Immigrants

July 5, 2012 at 7:17 am (Amnesty, DREAM Act, Eliseo Medina, Fourth of July, Illegal Immigrant, Independence Day, Legal Immigrant, Naturalization, Naturalized Citizens, President Obama, SEIU)

Leave it to President Obama to use the occasion of a naturalization ceremony for legal immigrants, AND the Fourth of July, to push for legislation that will reward those who have ignored the sovereignty of our nation and entered illegally.

Byron York reports:

President Obama marked the Independence Day holiday with a naturalization ceremony for immigrants who are serving in the United States military…

… But Obama did more than just welcome members of the military to American citizenship.  The naturalization ceremony took a political turn when the president defended his controversial decision to unilaterally enact some provisions of the DREAM Act — which would put illegal immigrants who came to this country at a young age on a path to citizenship, but which has failed to win passage in Congress — and also to renew his call for comprehensive immigration reform.

“We’re still perfecting our union, still extending the promise of America,” Obama told the group.  “That’s why, as another step forward, we’re lifting the shadow of deportation from serving — from deserving young people who were brought to this country as children.  It’s why we still need a DREAM Act — to keep talented young people who want to contribute to our society and serve our country.  It’s why we need — why America’s success demands — comprehensive immigration reform.”

How must it make a person feel, to have gone through the entire naturalization process over a series of years, to have followed the rules set forth by our nation’s laws to become a citizen of that nation, only to hear a congratulations speech from somebody which says that others who broke the law should get a free ride?

What’s more American than pushing for illegal votes from illegal immigrants?

Conservative columnist Michelle Malkin refers to the DREAM Act as “a 2.1 million future Democrat voter recruitment drive” and as just another part of the progressive plan to “redraw the political map and secure a permanent ruling majority.”  But that number could easily expand to upwards of 6 million over the next decade, according to a GOP report.

Sound a little too conspiratorial?  Not so much…

Last election cycle saw the name Mi Familia Vota, a group that works in conjunction with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), perpetually appearing in stories of voter fraud.

Fraud and illegal immigration — what’s a few laws between Dems?

President and CEO of the Mi Familia Vota Education Fund (MFVEF), Cuc Vu, worked for nearly five years as Immigration Campaign Manager at the SEIU.  During that time, Vu worked closely with the SEIU’s newly minted international secretary-treasurer, Eliseo Medina.

Medina’s name should be familiar to Republicans.  While the media would like to portray Medina as a mild-mannered immigration advocate, he is actually a progressive with a dangerous immigration mindset.

Medina sent an email to supporters a couple of years ago, expressing staunch support for the DREAM Act amnesty bill.

“It’s essential we urge all Senators to vote yes on the DREAM Act amendment,” he wrote.

The email fittingly closed with the phrase, “¡Si se puede!” or “Yes we can!”

The blanket amnesty of illegals in our country is not just important to Medina on a personal level, but it is a crucial part of the Democrat plan to regain power, and possibly re-elect President Obama in 2012.

Medina previously served as a member of Obama’s National Latino Advisory Council and as honorary chair of the Democratic Socialists of America.  As such, he used the platform of an America’s Future Now! Conference in 2009 to outline a plan for long-term Democrat rule through blanket amnesty.

“We reform the immigration laws; it puts 12 million people on the path to citizenship and eventually voters. If we have eight million new voters who care about, and will be voting, we will be creating a governing coalition for the long term.”

Republicans and Democrats sitting on the fence need to commit to voting “no” on this sham.  The DREAM Act could be the Obama administration’s dream come true, or a nightmare to law-abiding citizens of this nation.

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Independence Day Video: What Does Freedom Mean to You?

July 4, 2012 at 12:36 pm (4th of July, America, Concerned Veterans For America, Fourth of July, Freedom, Independence Day, United States, Veterans)

From the offices of Concerned Veterans For America:

In honor of Wednesday’s July 4th holiday marking the anniversary of our nation’s independence, Concerned Veterans for America has prepared the following web video that celebrates freedom and asks the question what does freedom mean to you? 

This video should be reminder to all of us that Independence Day is much more than fireworks, cookouts and a day off from work. It’s a commemoration of the things that make our nation great, and the values we hold in common.

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Anti-American Presidential Campaign to Spend Independence Day Fundraising In France

July 2, 2012 at 7:00 am (Anti-American, Fourth of July, France, Ground Zero, Health Care, Immigration, Independence, Independence Day, Keystone Pipeline, Obamacare, President Obama)

Where would you want to celebrate Independence Day?  Somewhere relatively close to home, at a local park or beach, taking in the fireworks?

Not only is the Obama campaign team planning to spend Independence Day outside of the U.S., but they’re spending it in a surrender-happy country who’s only major military victory came during their civil war.

Via Breitbart:

Apparently tiring of US soil as a source of campaign dollars, the Obama campaign is headed overseas — with its celebrity friends in tow. The European Obama campaign starts next week in Paris on July 4 with a reception organized by various fundraising heavy-hitters. Independence Day fundraisers in Paris – now that’s a flag-waving campaign.

But then, France may be the ideal place for a President who’s main platform seems to be one of Anti-Americanism.

While the crux of his predecessor’s low approval ratings were in fighting an ‘unpopular war’, President Obama is watching his own approval ratings stagnate due to an unpopular, well, everything else.  His record has been so blatantly in contrast to the will of this nation, that it could very nearly be defined as anti-American. 

The most obvious example of this has been the force-feeding of the health care reform bill down the collective throats of a nation.  There has been a consistently strong opposition to Obamacare even prior to it being signed into law.  The Supreme Court decision to uphold the law did nothing to change the negative perception, as 50% of Americans in a recent poll opposed the court’s decision, to 39% who supported the ruling.

This isn’t the only example of the President supporting policies that the rest of America opposes.

  • In 2010, the President voiced what CNN called ‘incoherent’ support for the building of the Ground Zero Mosque, something a massive 70% of America objected to.
  • The U.S. Justice Department’s decision to fight the Arizona immigration law through the courts; a law that 59 percent of U.S. voters would like to have seen enacted in their very own state.  Prior to the Supreme Court ruling, a CBS News Poll showed most Americans (52%) considered the law to be “about right”.  In addition to that, another 11% said the law did not go far enough, while a mere 33% said it went too far.
  • The President killed the job creating Keystone pipeline, while Americans at a 2-1 margin thought the project should have been approved.  Another energy independence issue involved the BP oil spill.  After the crisis in the Gulf of Mexico, Obama issued a ban on deepwater oil drilling, a policy that nearly three quarters of Americans opposed.

And it isn’t just these more recent actions that are contributing to the President’s perception as being anti-American.  Lost in the more current list of unpopular moves are some of the early attempts at implementing policies which were equally unpopular.  They include…

  • An early term executive order that gave federal funding to family planning organizations that provide abortions, opposed by 58 percent of Americans.
  • A subsequently embarrassing mark on the president’s record involving an executive order to close the prison in Guantanamo Bay.  The goal was to shut down the prison within one year, and was opposed by a 50-44 percent margin.  Despite the President’s efforts, the prison remains open.
  • On that same note, the DOJ’s decision to investigate the treatment and possible torture of terrorists during the Bush administration was considered wrong by a 49-36 percent tally.  These same interrogation tactics were later proven to have led to the assassination of Osama bin Laden.
  • The announcement that terrorists, including September 11th mastermind, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, would be tried in New York City, was roundly rejected by the American public 51-29 percent.  This particular move may have been the hallmark of the anti-American presidency, granting rights afforded our citizens to a terrorist with single-minded designs on destroying those very same citizens, speaks volumes.

Isn’t it about time that the president of the United States started implementing pro-American policies?  Isn’t it about time that he listen to the people that elected him?

Then again, that would require abandoning his liberal agenda and start accepting what America is – a predominantly conservative nation.

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