Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Obama = Epic Fail

In what I can only hope is a trend growing amidst the free states of this Republic with which I love with all my heart, Florida plans on having an immigration bill by August, not even waiting for January.

Republican Gov. Dave Heineman of Nebraska told the Times: "I'd be willing to bet a lot of money that almost every state in America next January is going to see a bill similar to Arizona's."

I certainly hope so!

Let's say...20 states adopt this bill.  Can you imagine a sitting president suing all the states of the country he's sworn to protect?  Not only that, but suing them for enforcing a Constitutional law that is already in place and one that he refuses to enforce (even though he swore an oath to uphold the Constitution).

This president is an enemy of this country, have no doubt about it kiddies.  He is a racist, America hating, Islamic fundamentalist apologist (if not downright supporter)...and a downright liar as well.  And he's doing his best to destroy it.

With an enemy of this country leading us, with ill-will and ulterior motives, down a path of destruction I see no way out other than an armed revolution.

Were Obama Hussein to sue every state for exercising its Constitutional rights there can be no other recourse than what we did to make this country in the first place.  We fought, and spilled our own blood and the blood of those trying to destroy us.

The soil of this land is enriched with the blood of patriots and tyrants...perhaps it needs re-watering.

1 comment:

  1. He's one of the most dangerous people ever elected into office.

    I don't see how it can last forever; either he just goes away and real people clean up his mess or there's a revolution.

    With these groups already calling the Tea-Party racist, while Black Panthers stand outside voting booths, Obama suing states and dismantling the military with the intent of turning it into a more civilian type of "group"...all signs point to the latter.

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