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So, the president has decided that millions of people who are not citizens and have broken our laws get to stay and work. But, his policies continue to push down the economy and job creation anywhere but the public sector.
What are we to do now? There are no elections coming any time soon to change the presidency, nor are the republicans willing to do whatever it takes to stop this affront to the citizens. So back to the question: Now What?
Jon Gruber is all over the conservative media. Clips from his speechs from 2001 forward all point to what conservatives have called lies with respect to the Obama adminstration statements on Obamacare. As expected, the MSM is dismissing the criticism and mostly focusing the public’s attention on the conservative reaction. The question is: what will the country do about this? Will there be protests in front of journalist’s homes? The new execs? Or, will the conservatives just carry on like usual and declare a moral victory?
Susan Page has a post on Tom Coburn’s comments regarding expected executive action on immigration reform. In the article, she says “He says changes in immigration policy require passage by Congress, not just the president’s signature — a charge the White House disputes and on which legal experts disagree.” Is she inferring that the legal experts disagree with Coburn, the White House or among themselves?
Seems that anyone who has been following the actual economy and not the government propaganda reports expected the stock market to fall. Their view of the economy just doesn’t support such lofty valuations of companies.
Yesterday, the market started off way down and talking points from Fed members said they would continue pumping and the market recovered. Today, the market got a shot in the arm due to the ECB saying it would begin asset purchases in the next few days.
Can someone explain to me how having the central banks load up their balance sheets is a good idea?
Mark Levin is correct. There is only one way to save the republic, and that is for the states to resume their position as a party to it. In the Constitution, the states and the people are what were important. There was no such thing as a direct democracy in the eyes of our founders since all democracies end up failing due to a failure of the central government.
We are looking at the same thing with the continued expansion of Fabian socialism for the past 100 years. Once the direct election of senators was implemented, the central government had all it needed to arrest control from the people. Add to it the expansion of the unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats, and you have our current state of government. Laws are passed not by the legislature but by this administrative state that is accountable to no one.
Levin’s Liberty Amendments lays out the process to secure the return of our constitutional republic and, eventually, the removal of money from politics. With Senators beholden to the states, expansion of federal power will cease and the money will eventually dry up in the center.
Is there a president who has shown more contempt for the USA, its values, its people than Obama? Forget for a moment all of the speeches in which he shows his chops as a member of the “hate America first” crowd. While those were many and well documented by the conservative media and talk shows, what is worse is his willingly bringing into the USA foreigners with illnesses that kill you or hurt our children. With the mystery virus infecting children and known to be coming from the flood of illegal immigrants across our borders to now Ebola, I can’t think of a worse thing to do to citizens of a country you’re charged with protecting.
He had demonstrated he has the chops to do what the fabian socialist have always wanted to do: bring down the USA. The only question is are we so weak and beaten down by political correctness that we will allow that to happen?
We only wish he didn’t have a strategy to destroy the US. Clearly, he does and it is working.