We must note that Obama's 2008 statement about transforming the United States from its what it was actually created to be remade into what he wanted did nothing to damage his campaign. Although one would certainly be hard-pressed to name one nation other than the US that should not undergo a change of its core and foundational elements, that fact was ignored by more than enough individuals; Obama won easily. The "why" and "how" of that historical reality will someday be debated - possibly centuries after us, but we can affirm with reasonable certainty that Cultural Marxism was a major factor.
I have noted in previous posts that a grant of amnesty and citizenship will spell the effective end of our republic. The Democratic Party will in all likelihood lock in the current 38 (and with amnesty probably more) electoral votes of Texas, which will secure for them any Presidential election for the next several decades.
-With that comes the flood of appointees to the federal judiciary, and that includes the US Supreme Court.
Even if Texas were to squeak by - for the moment, relatively unscathed, The House of Representatives and the Senate would be solidly Democratic.
The US will have been unalterably ruined.
Although Conservatives have a real chance of doing some damage in 2014 and 2016 to Progressive legislators and other candidates who have to drag the ball and chain of Obamacare and the myriad of their scandals, Republicans lawmakers would rather complete Obama's transformation for him.
"So. The Democrats are in freefall. Their “landmark” legislation, Obamacare, rammed through without a single Republican vote, is in collapse. The president has been exposed as a liar (see: “If you like your health plan, you can keep it. Period.”) His poll numbers are tanking, from job approval to competency to trustworthiness to personal likeability.
The poll numbers for the Democrat party are in the gutter as well, with the Republican party now pulling ahead on the generic ballot. Democrats are fleeing the scene of their own accident, refusing to be seen with the president and distancing themselves from the wreck that is Obamacare.
In other words, the Democrats are on the run, vulnerable, weak, and poised for a major defeat.
So what are the Republicans doing? Are they going for the jugular, attacking nonstop until the election, and showing no mercy? In other words, acting like Democrats…
Of course not. They’re Republicans. They are stepping in to help the Dems out.
Instead of pounding Obamacare, the president, and the Democrats with the facts of an atrocious stab at socialized medicine and the lies they’ve used to push it, the GOP appears ready to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory by switching gears to the highly polarizing issue of immigration. Never mind that immigration doesn’t even score more than 2 percent in polls asking what the most important issue is to the country. Rather than let this sleeping dog lie (at least through November), the Republican leadership is jumping to the assistance of the Democrats by supporting amnesty.
"...........if the government controls your health care, the government controls you. Obamacare was never about your health care. It was about government power and control.
And so it is with immigration “reform.” For Obama and the Left, it’s not about actually dealing forcefully and effectively with the immigration issue. If that were the case, the administration would be faithfully enforcing the laws we have on the books. It is not. They seek this “reform” for one simple reason: because immigration is the final missing piece of the “fundamental transformation of the nation.”
If they can get amnesty for 12 million (who knows what the real number is? 12 million? 18 million? 30 million?) illegals, they know they’ve got the country in a headlock.
This is the goal of the Democrats.
Why on earth would Republicans want to help them achieve it? Because they think they’ll be “rewarded” by Hispanic voters? That didn’t happen after the 1986 amnesty. In fact, the percentage of Hispanics voting GOP actually went DOWN after that amnesty. To take the issue off the table? Forget it. As soon as the path to amnesty is in place, Democrats will accelerate the process to get them voting as fast as possible, so the “issue” will never be off the table for Republicans.............
While strangling themselves right out of existence."
The GOP will agree to halt the deportation of 12 million illegal aliens, and sign on to a blanket amnesty. It only asks that the 12 million not be put on a path to citizenship.
Sorry, but losers do not dictate terms. Rich Trumka of the AFL-CIO says amnesty is no longer enough. Illegal aliens must be put on a path to citizenship and given green cards to work — and join unions.
Rep. Paul Ryan and the Wall Street Journal are for throwing in the towel. Legalize them all and start them on the path to citizenship.
A full and final capitulation. Let’s get it over with...........
Almost all of those breaking our laws, crossing the border, and overstaying their visas are young, poor or working class. Between 80 and 90 percent are from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.
They are Third World peoples. They believe in government action and government programs that provide their families with free education, health care, housing, food, and income subsidies. They are not Bob Taft or Barry Goldwater conservatives.
Perhaps 85 percent of all immigrants, legal and illegal, more than a million a year now, are people of color. And while over 70 percent of Hispanics and Asians voted Democratic for Obama, among voters of African descent, the Obama vote was well above 90 percent.
Four of every five U.S. citizens of Asian, African and Hispanic descent vote Democratic in presidential elections. And it is their numbers that are growing. Already they are well over a third of the U.S. population.
As has been observed often, America, demographically, is going to look like California. And while Nixon won California all five times he was on a national ticket, and Reagan won California in landslides all four times he ran, California has not gone Republican in six straight presidential elections..........
If Bush I had built that border fence back in 1992 and declared a moratorium on legal immigration that fall, as many implored him to do, the party of the Bushes would not be facing its demise well before midcentury."
But that’s not what’s happening.
Republicans, along with leadership, are meeting at a three day retreat along Maryland’s eastern shore Thursday, and the top piece of business is immigration. Republican House Speaker John Boehner, from Ohio and Rep. Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin, among others, are trying to advance immigration legislation prior to heading into the midterm election campaign.
The senator said in a statement emailed to TheBlaze that “amnesty is wrong in any circumstance.”
Republicans need to focus on winning against Obama’s failed policies and not push for immigration legislation that is already presenting numerous legal obstacles and will demoralize voters, many of whom are opposed to amnesty, he added.
“The biggest thing we could do to mess that up would be if the House passed an amnesty bill…”
“Anyone pushing an amnesty bill right now should go ahead and put a ‘Harry Reid for Majority Leader’ bumper sticker on their car, because that will be the likely effect if Republicans refuse to listen to the American people and foolishly change the subject from Obamacare to amnesty,” he said."