Presidential politics create crisis for USA

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Two national headlines on the same day, Friday, April 8, 2016. "Obama vs. Texas Headed to Supreme Court" and "Five decapitated heads found in Mexican border town."

The high court case is a lawsuit filed over the President's executive order to grant full government benefits to illegal aliens. The headless story concerns the ongoing drug cartel murders happening within shouting distance of the American border.

And you'd better believe, both stories are related.

This pathetic president has consistently sought massive immigration into this country to dilute our culture and create a massive influx of future Democratic voters. His latest move is to offer billions of taxpayer money to those who invade our nation illegally

As one national pundit argued, approving this executive order - despite a lopsided vote in Congress against such a move - would create a nation without laws.

It's time in this president's term to start speaking the truth. The mistake of electing an anti-American community activist is indeed finally coming to roost and nothing short of the future of this once-great country is at stake.

Opening our borders in the Obama fashion will move the drug cartels further north and the decapitations will be headlines in this country, not Mexico.

But that's just the tip of the iceberg.

I don't fully blame Obama. He has never shied from advocating for his ultra-liberal approach that has crashed this nation.

I blame the Democratic lemmings like Claire McCaskill and countless others who go along with this ruthless dictator and his destructive policies. How they can sleep at night is beyond me.

If Congress acts in a manner unpleasing to Obama, he simply ignores that essential branch of our government. And no one is willing to stop him.

Are we so naive to think that the criminals who seek new ground in America will somehow halt their criminal acts simply because they cross our borders? If so, then we darned well deserve what we're about to get.

Even former President Bill Clinton this week spoke the words that most of us are thinking. Clinton said it would be difficult to rise from the past seven dismal years of failed policies.

Those words will likely start a war of words in this presidential campaign. But it may be too little, too late.

America will someday soon rise up in arms against a government that no long represents the people but rather the few.

And I for one would rather have that day come now instead of handing this nightmare to our children and grandchildren.

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