Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Obama's audacity doesn't extend to titles of books... he had the audacity to report Arizona to the U.N. for upholding the law of the United States of America. The federal government hasn't fulfilled its obligation under the "Constitution" to protect America's borders.
The invasion of illegal's by land and sea precipitated Arizona to take steps to protect its citizens from the violence and crime that has been perpetrated by illegal's.
From Florida to California the border is porous with trafficking in human and drug smuggling. On a daily there is violence somewhere along the southern border. To report Arizona to the U.N. for human rights violation is the ultimate slap in the face to all Americans.
Adding another insult Federal authorities have issued a new policy aimed at stopping deportation proceedings for some illegal immigrants, according to a memo issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. be
Porous borders and President Obama's political base
Obama is the first U.S. president of a new type. Former U.S. presidents viewed or expected to view their presidency as their chance to make their contribution to the prosperity of the people of the United States and further strengthen the country's defenses during four or eight years they were in office.
In this overall prosperous and generous country, there are always groups of people, that is, potential voters, who may be unhappy and disgruntled for different reasons: dissatisfaction with local administrative officials, loss of jobs, poor housing conditions, etc.
And those are exactly the groups Obama is after. He promises them to have their problems fixed. And they will reward him by giving him their votes. Now, yet a bigger reward (close to 11 million votes) may come from those undocumented immigrants residing illegally in the United States if Obama manages to keep them in this country by arranging for them some kind of a legal temporary stay, if not an outright amnesty.
Barack Obama is not content to make a federal case out of his immigration feud with Arizona; he just made it an international one.
The president’s first-ever report on U.S. human rights to the UN Human Rights Council contains a rich vein of offensive material. So far, one aspect has not been reported: our petty president used the situation to bash Arizona’s immigration law — and possibly transfer jurisdiction over the law from Arizona to the UN. Throughout the report, which sounds like an Obama campaign speech, the president discusses “the original flaw” of the U.S. Constitution, America’s tolerance for slavery, and his version of our long and despicable history of discriminating against and oppressing minorities, women, homosexuals, and the handicapped. After each complaint, he addresses how he is delivering us from ourselves, patting himself on the back for such initiatives as ending “torture,” promoting Affirmative Action, and passing health care legislation.
In his section on “Values and Immigration,” he praised the Department of Homeland Security’s efforts to provide better medical care for detainees and increase “Alternatives To Detention” (e.g., letting them go). Then he turned to the one state that has had the temerity to stand in his way of fundamentally transforming the American electorate:
A recent Arizona law, S.B. 1070, has generated significant attention and debate at home and around the world. The issue is being addressed in a court action that argues that the federal government has the authority to set and enforce immigration law. That action is ongoing; parts of the law are currently enjoined.
On Obama’s command, Attorney General Eric Holder has sued the State of Arizona for passing a law that he criticized without reading, and which merely upholds federal law. (He gave sanctuary cities a pass.) He now threatens an additional lawsuit against Sheriff Joe Arpaio for “racial profiling” when arresting illegal immigrants near the Mexican border.
Obama’s turns his skirmish with Jan Brewer from a states rights dispute into an international human rights cause. It also places Arizona’s law in the hands of the United Nations.
The national report is but the first step of the international government’s review process. On November 5, the United States will be examined by a troika of UN bureaucrats from France, Japan, and Cameroon (an oppressive nation which is a member of the Organization of Islamic Conference). This trio will consider three items: Obama’s self-flagellating report, reports written about America by UN tribunals or international governing bodies, and testimony from NGOs with a pronounced anti-American bias. It will also consider “voluntary pledges and commitments made by the State,” such as suspending an Arizona state law.
Then the French, Japanese, and Cameroon diplomats will draw up a plan of action for the United States to implement.
Nations are re-examined every four years. The Human Rights Council looks for voluntary compliance. However, its website asserts, “The Human Rights Council will decide on the measures it would need to take in case of persistent non-cooperation by a State with the” World Body.
When the Left cannot win at the ballot box (virtually every time), it overrules the people in the courts. Now that Obama is not sure he can prevail in the courts, he has overruled the American people by hauling Arizona and the two-thirds of Americans who support its law before the United Nations.