Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Under Obama a Nation of (Cherry Picked) Laws

John Morton, assistant secretary HLS for U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement or Non-Enforcement

I don't think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution—John Morton, assistant secretary of homeland security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
So who died and made John Morton King?

Under the presidency of Barry Hussein Soetoro the United States of America has officially become a lawless Nation. When John Morton assistant secretary of homeland security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement can openly and without any fear of reprisal or retribution pick and chose laws that he doesn’t like and then chose to disregard a validly implemented law, that act is the essence of lawlessness. (see article)

So do we now live in a country where anyone in the United States can chose to disregard a law with which they disagree, like the 40 million illegal aliens who illegally inhibit the United States. Or is that right reserved just for the Barry Hussein Soetoro administration?

Charles Krauthammer calls the notion that the Soetoro administration can simply disregard a law which it disagrees with and then work directly against it lawlessness (see 1:35min video)

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, today appeared on America Live with Megyn Kelly to express his view that if director of ICE John Morton cannot enforce the immigration law, then he should not have the job. (see 6:21min video)

Comprehensive Immigration Reform means Barry Hussein Soetoro intends Amnesty for 40 million illegal Mexican Citizens. It means that Barry Hussein Soetoro intends to change U.S. law in order to appease the illegal Mexican population in the United States and the Mexican Government.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform means that the illegals who voted in the 2008 election will do it again in 2012 but this time as sham citizens of an usurper president.

All to the detriment of U.S. citizens.