It seems that even in Obama’s hometown for community organizing, Americans are starting to be pointedly vocal on his betrayals concerning immigration and equal protection.
Below is a video and report of a few of these quite observant citizens asking – without any flowers – why our own poor and oppressed are not the center of Dear Leader’s focus.
A note of suggestion to the Republicans who continually wring their hands on how to enlarge their tent: Try hard to understand that people will eventually “get it” if you make it clear that you stand for equal opportunity and protection under the law for all Americans. And that we as a nation should promise and work for equal opportunity, not an equal outcome.
And that enforcing immigration and employment laws is the base of the “protect American workers” plan.
Catering to the business lobby that is in bed with the ACLU and La Raza et al on immigration enforcement isn’t fooling anyone. Well, except maybe some Georgia state legislators, but no one else…
Compare the cries of the Americans in Chicago to a song sung by a group of illegal aliens who regard themselves as victims of borders (“Illegal Aliens Chant in Spanish: ‘Illegal are your laws and that’s why I’m not leaving” )
“No me digas illegal”/Don’t call me illegal ““Porque eso no lo soy”/Because I am not ““llegal son sus leyes”/Illegal are your laws ““Y por eso no me voy”/And that’s why I’m not leaving…””