Wednesday, June 23, 2010

More on that Obama Executive Order-for-amnesty Rumor

by the Left Coast Rebel

I was just reading Michelle Malkin this morning and she thinks that it is possible:

This administration has accomplished its major policy agenda items through force, fiat, and fraud. Immigration will be no different.

More to the point, as I’ve reported many times and in-depth in my blog posts, colum ns, and books, open-borders activists and open-borders politicians have accomplished illegal alien amnesty-by-special order with almost no grass-roots resistance for years.

She points readers to a 2004 video from Chicago in which Obama advocates trading border security for amnesty:

What can we do? Make your voice heard. Millions of us have to.

Via Memeorandum.

UPDATED: This was carried at LCR as a separate post:

This is treasonous:

November 2 can't come fast enough. Your tax dollars at work:
U.S. SECRETARY OF LABOR HILDA SOLIS: “You work hard, and you have the right to be paid fairly. I’m U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis and it is a serious problem in this country when workers are not being paid every cent they have earned. Remember, every worker in America has a right to be paid fairly, whether documented or not. So call us, it is free and confidential….”
UPDATEDx2: Via the Hill, Arizona Dems begging the Obamanation to drop the 'sue Arizona' gambit:

Arizona Democrats facing tough reelection races are distancing themselves from the Obama administration as it prepares to file a lawsuit against the state over its controversial immigration law.

Rep. Harry Mitchell (D-Ariz.) on Monday sent a sharply worded letter to President Barack Obama urging him not to sue.

“I believe your administration’s time, efforts and resources would be much better spent securing the border and fixing our broken immigration system,” the two-term congressman wrote in the letter. “Arizonans are tired of the grandstanding, and tired of waiting for help from Washington. … [A] lawsuit won’t solve the problem. It won’t secure the border, and it won’t fix our broken immigration system.”

More at Memeorandum.

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