Barack “King Barry” Obama, the current President of the United States–for those folks who aren’t “in the know”–has been catching a lot of flack as of late from friend and foe alike after wiping his backside with the Constitution and using an executive order to give five million illegals a free pass to stay in America.
This criticism has obviously been ruffling the president’s feathers a bit, as he’s consistently chided Congress and other common sense Americans for daring to oppose his mighty will. Kneel peasant!
No one has the right to oppose King Barry on immigration! Unless you’re Native American that is.
From Fox News:
Did President Barack Obama say that only Native Americans can complain about immigration?
At a speech in Chicago yesterday, he said, “There have been periods where the folks who were already here suddenly say, ‘Well, I don’t want those folks,’ even though the only people who have the right to say that are some Native Americans.”Did President Barack Obama say that only Native Americans can complain about immigration?
So wait a minute. I’m not allowed to throw a fit over the president violating the Constitution, usurping power from Congress, and inevitably stealing my hard earned money to pay for the food, healthcare, and shelter of nearly five million lawbreakers because I’m not Native American?
I beg to differ.
If the president is going to use tax dollars taken out of my hard earned paycheck to pay for welfare benefits for a bunch of illegals, I’m darn sure going to complain about it. A lot. And loudly.
The president decides to take major political action to further his own personal agenda by once again–for like the millionth time–bypassing Congress, spits on the rule of law in America, and then tells a bunch of folks lurking in the shadows they get to stay here, and the American people have no right to stand up and voice their opposition to this lunacy?
Get out of town.
Apparently, our “constitutional scholar” in the White House has never read the First Amendment. I don’t have to be Native American, or have some sort of weird historical claim to the land, to voice my concerns about allowing illegals–you know, folks who entered the country by means that were not legal–to stay here on U.S. soil.
The arrogance of the “Commander-in-Chief” is dumbfounding. No, Mr. President, I’m not happy about your egregious violation of the Constitution to grant a free pass to illegals. I don’t care if you don’t think I have a legitimate right to complain, because fortunately, our rights don’t come from you or the government. They come from God.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it!