Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1250581 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#842232 Jan 18, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! Yep! And you people do play the race card and have a blind loyalty to fart news!
You have a sore neck with your yelling up to me all the time. Sorry 'bout that:>

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#842233 Jan 18, 2013
Why on earth would a white man need a firearm to protect himself...

"16-year-old charged with murder of teacher"

http://www.kltv.com/Global/story.asp...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#842234 Jan 18, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
<quoted text>
Unfortunately for you, when the gauge is stuck so far to the right the needle is bent, then anything left of that is seen as radical.
What ever happen to opinions that were considered middle ground, does anyone qualify to walk that road now ? Not with current group of Republican's it doesn't. The ones that do represent a more moderate view is drowned out by all the white noise that tea baggers make.
The very concept of compromise becomes a laughable idea, a joke, when a Liberal brings it up to use against a Conservative.

Scenario: Lincoln says slavery is wrong. The South says phooey and fires on Ft. Sumpter. Along comes OzRitz complaining to Lincoln that we need to compromise. Otherwise, many people will die.

Meanwhile, Lincoln's freeman black secretary taps you on the shoulder and says "Take your compromise and shove it back into your Liberal love hole. Some things are never to be compromised on but must be fought for for uncompromisingly."

This is where we are today. We have an ego-testicle nutjob in the White House who THINKS he is Lincoln but is acting like a third world tin-horn tyrant. He wants to remove my 2nd Amendment Rights among many others and the OzRitz's of this world are whining about how Republicans just don't want to compromise.

If Satan wants to take you to Hell, is compromise part of your negotiating strategy? Fool.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#842236 Jan 18, 2013
killtaker wrote:
Why on earth would a white man need a firearm to protect himself...
"16-year-old charged with murder of teacher"
http://www.kltv.com/Global/story.asp...
Another solid case for gun control, eh?

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#842237 Jan 18, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
Another scared old republican
Want dem to help you to the toilet, gramps?
"dim"
Nah, help from you? That is an oxymoron. If you get on my way when I am headed to the can I will just piss on you, you are a piece of shit so piss will fit you perfectly.
Peace
KMA
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842238 Jan 18, 2013
udicial Watch Files Brief Opposing Government Stonewalling:

Justice Department “has disparaged the public’s right to request records of its government”

(Washington, DC)–Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a brief on January 15, 2013, in response to an Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) motion to indefinitely delay consideration of Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking access to Operation Fast and Furious records withheld from Congress by President Obama under executive privilege on June 20, 2012 (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:12-cv-01510)).

Rather than respond substantively to Judicial Watch’s FOIA lawsuit, the DOJ argued in court that the lawsuit should be subject to a stay of proceedings because it is “ancillary” to a separate lawsuit filed by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee against the DOJ. The Court “should let the process of negotiation and accommodation [between the House Committee and the DOJ] run its course, and then decide with the input of the parties whether and how this action may appropriately proceed at that time,” the DOJ argued, effectively abrogating the FOIA. The Obama DOJ even suggested that the Judicial Watch litigation might encourage the Congress to fight harder to get the same documents in separate litigation.

Judicial Watch counters that FOIA demands a response and that its lawsuit is more straightforward than the House lawsuit and ripe for consideration on its merits. A decision on the House Committee lawsuit, meanwhile, could be delayed for months, if not years:

This notion that [Judicial Watch’s] lawsuit is in some way inferior [to the House lawsuit] is simply incorrect.[Judicial Watch] has as much of a right under the law as the House Committee to seek access to records of Defendant. In fact, since Defendant does not challenge [Judicial Watch’s] claim on jurisdictional grounds, it could be reasonably argued that [Judicial Watch’s] right is greater – it is certainly clearer and simpler – than that of the House Committee…Whereas [Judicial Watch’s] FOIA lawsuit is ripe for adjudication on the merits, the House Committee suit could be months, if not years, away from reaching the same stage.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842239 Jan 18, 2013
The DOJ also argued that Judicial Watch’s lawsuit might somehow interfere with negotiations between the president and Congress. Judicial Watch countered:“Regardless of any potential resolution in that case, Defendant in this action will still be required to satisfy its obligations under FOIA, including justifying its withholdings.[Judicial Watch’s] lawsuit simply does not vanish if and when the House Committee suit is resolved.”

Judicial Watch concludes:“[Judicial Watch] has a statutory right to the requested records and to have Defendant’s denial of Plaintiff’s FOIA request reviewed by this Court.[Judicial Watch’s] claim is now ripe for adjudication, and [Judicial Watch] is prepared to brief the issues. Defendant simply seeks to delay the date that it must justify its claims of exemption. Defendant has not demonstrated why [Judicial Watch’s] rights should be immoderately and oppressively delayed; it has only disparaged public’s right to request records of its government. For the foregoing reasons,[Judicial Watch] respectfully requests that Defendant’s request for an indefinite stay of the proceedings be denied.”

Fast and Furious was a DOJ/Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)“gun-running” operation in which the Obama administration reportedly sold guns to Mexican drug cartels in hopes that they would end up at crime scenes. Fast and Furious weapons have been implicated in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and countless others in Mexico.

Congressional investigators, led by Rep, Darryl Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, have fought to secure records related to the Fast and Furious program, but the DOJ continues to withhold responsive records from disclosure. On June 20, 2012, President Obama made a highly controversial decision to assert Executive Privilege to shield the DOJ’s Fast and Furious records from disclosure. Executive privilege is reserved to “protect” White House records, not the records of federal agencies, which must be made available, subject to specific exceptions, under the FOIA.

The president’s assertion of executive privilege came just hours before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to congressional subpoenas for Fast and Furious records. On June 28, 2012, Congress voted 255-67 to hold Holder in contempt.(A number of Democrats joined the vote, while other Democrats, endorsing lawlessness, walked out in protest.) A second vote, 258-95, authorized the pursuit of records through civil litigation in the courts. Moreover, documents uncovered by CBS News seem to indicate that Holder may have perjured himself during congressional testimony, detailing what he knew about Fast and Furious and when.

“It is beyond ironic that the Obama administration has initiated an anti-gun violence push as it seeking to keep secret key documents about its very own Fast and Furious gun walking scandal. Getting beyond the Obama administration’s smokescreen, this lawsuit is about a very simple principle: the public’s right to know the full truth about an egregious political scandal that led to the death of at least one American and countless others in Mexico,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.“The American people are sick and tired of the Obama administration trying to rewrite FOIA law to protect this president and his appointees. Americans want answers about Fast and Furious killings and lies.”

Judicial Watch separately filed a FOIA lawsuit against the ATF seeking access to records detailing communications between ATF officials and a White House official regarding Fast and Furious.
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#842240 Jan 18, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Hee, Hee. Keep tryin'.
Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
lol! In your case since you're missing both arms, you're never right son!
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#842241 Jan 18, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
You have a sore neck with your yelling up to me all the time. Sorry 'bout that:>
lol! You like to think you're king of the hill son. That's what all idiots like you like to believe!

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#842242 Jan 18, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
See, I refute your BS & now you are losing it.
Not losing anything. How did you reach that conclusion?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#842243 Jan 18, 2013
Republican Honey wrote:
<quoted text>
Not losing anything. How did you reach that conclusion?
Because he simply wanted to.

Hee, Hee.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842244 Jan 18, 2013
While the Obama Administration downplays violence along the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities in Texas reveal that Mexican drug cartels have transformed parts of the state into a war zone where shootings, beheadings, kidnappings and murders are common.In fact, drug-cartel violence is so severe that Texas counties along the Mexican border are under attack around the clock, according to an alarming report published by the state’s Department of Agriculture. The agency was ordered by the state legislature to conduct an assessment of the impact of illegal activity along the Texas-Mexico border on rural landowners and the agriculture industry.Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples hired two reputable military veterans to conduct the probe. One of them is a retired four-star Army General (Barry McCaffrey) who served as Bill Clinton’s Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. The other, retired Army Major-General Robert Scales, is the former commander of the U.S. Army War College.The results of their in-depth investigation have ignited outrage among border state officials who are sick of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano’s reassurances that the border is “as secure as it has ever been.” Just a few months ago, during a heavily promoted visit to El Paso, Napolitano said violence along the Mexican border is merely a mistaken “perception” because the area is better now than it ever has been.The reality is that in the past two years Texas has become increasingly threatened by the spread of Mexican cartel organized crime as the enterprises move their operations into the U.S., according to the new assessment. They recruit street gangs and exploit porous borders by using all the traditional elements of military force, including logistics, intelligence and deadly firepower.This has created a sort of “narco-terrorism” which takes on the classic trappings of a real war, the report concludes. “Crime, gangs and terrorism have converged in such a way that they form a collective threat to the national security of the United States.” However, the report points out that “federal authorities are reluctant to admit the increasing cross-border campaign by narco-terrorists.”In the meantime, Texas has become an “operational ground zero” in the cartels’ effort to expand into the U.S. This has put residents of border communities in the crossfire of escalating violence resulting from conflicts between cartels, paramilitary enforcement groups and transitional gangs struggling for control of drug and illegal alien smuggling routes into the U.S. from El Paso to Brownsville.Incredibly, Napolitano proclaimed that “some of America’s safest communities are in the Southwest border region…” during her spring visit to El Paso. She actually said that “misinformation about safety” was negatively impacting border communities by driving visitors away and hurting local businesses.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842245 Jan 18, 2013
Islamic terrorists—including two al Qaeda affiliates indicted last year in Kentucky—have entered the United States legally through a resettlement program that helps tens of thousands of “the world’s most vulnerable refugees” start a new life in America each year.
Known as the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP), it’s a joint venture between the State Department and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the Homeland Security agency that oversees the nation’s lawful immigration. The two agencies are responsible for deciding which refugees are granted USRAP resettlement consideration. USCIS is hands on and conducts individual, in-person interviews with applicants to determine if they meet the refugee criteria.
Most of the refugee referrals are made by the notoriously corrupt United Nations, which has published an extensive handbook on the subject. In a nutshell here is the criteria; a refugee must have a well-founded fear of persecution based on at least one of the following—religion, political opinion, race or nationality. This means there is a continued need for protection and candidates should be granted permanent residence status with access to rights similar to those enjoyed by nationals, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) guide.
In fiscal year 2011 Uncle Sam generously offered 56,424 persecuted foreigners refuge and in fiscal year 2012 the number increased to 58,236, according Barbara Strack, the Refugee Affairs Division Chief at USCIS. This week Strack testified at a congressional hearing,“Terrorist Exploitation of Refugee Programs,” that addressed the serious security vulnerabilities in her division. She told the House Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)“has been working closely with interagency partners to improve, refine, and streamline the security vetting regime for refugee applicants and for other immigration categories.”
Last May two Iraqi nationals who were given refugee status under USRAP were arrested and federally indicted for plotting to send weapons and money to al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) as well as conspiracy to kill U.S. national abroad. The men, Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, lived in Kentucky and have pleaded guilty to the charges, which are outlined in this FBI document. They are scheduled to be sentenced early next year.
At this week’s hearing, the congressman who chairs the counterterrorism and intelligence committee revealed that the Kentucky case is not a fluke and that the “threat posed by refugees with ties to al Qaeda is much broader than was previously believed.” He reiterated the testimony of FBI Director Robert Mueller before a House Intelligence Committee last year, in which the FBI chief admitted ongoing concerns about individuals who may have been resettled here in the United States that have some association with al Qaeda in Iraq.
USRAP, which has helped relocate millions of refugees over the decades, has come under fire in recent years because it’s gotten too big and security measures are lax. A report released last year by a nonprofit that researches immigration matters says this is because the U.S. has lost control of the program, instead surrendering to U.N. policies to determine who’s admitted and because meaningful background checks are difficult to obtain for refugees admitted from countries without reliable government records.
As a result the program is a bloated disaster, admitting nearly three times the number of refugees as the rest of the developed world combined, the probe found. Additionally, the investigation found that “common criminals, war criminals, international fugitives, and terrorists have all used the USRAP and its related asylum provisions for entry into the United States.” Here is another interesting tidbit:“Bribery of U.N. officials is commonly reported among those attempting to secure refugee admission to the United States.”
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842246 Jan 18, 2013
DOJ Seeks to Stall JW’s Lawsuit Seeking Access to Fast and Furious Records
The Obama administration is pushing gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook, Connecticut, shootings. President Obama is using the murders as a pretext to undermine the Second Amendment and collect data on lawful gun owners. But this administration won’t come clean on its own gunrunning operation, Operation Fast and Furious, which led to the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and countless Mexican citizens.
In fact, the Obama administration last week filed an outrageous court motion saying it doesn’t have to answer to the American people, or abide by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) at all in this scandal!
This filing was made in our FOIA lawsuit seeking access to Operation Fast and Furious records withheld from Congress by President Obama under executive privilege on June 20, 2012. Our attorneys responded almost immediately. And so this week we filed a brief in response to the Department of Justice (DOJ) motion, which calls upon the court to impose an indefinite delay in considering our lawsuit.
Rather than respond substantively to our FOIA, the DOJ argued in court that our lawsuit should be subject to a stay of proceedings because it is “ancillary” to a separate lawsuit filed by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee against the DOJ. The Court “should let the process of negotiation and accommodation [between the House Committee and the DOJ] run its course, and then decide with the input of the parties whether and how this action may appropriately proceed at that time,” the DOJ argued, effectively abrogating the FOIA. The Obama DOJ even suggested that the Judicial Watch litigation might encourage the Congress to fight harder to get the same documents in separate litigation.
So the American people are supposed to wait until Congress and the White House figure this out?
Judicial Watch countered that the FOIA demands a response, that its lawsuit is more straightforward than the House lawsuit and is ripe for consideration on its merits. A decision on the House Committee lawsuit, meanwhile, could be delayed for months, if not years:
This notion that [Judicial Watch’s] lawsuit is in some way inferior [to the House lawsuit] is simply incorrect.[Judicial Watch] has as much of a right under the law as the House Committee to seek access to records of Defendant. In fact, since Defendant does not challenge [Judicial Watch’s] claim on jurisdictional grounds, it could be reasonably argued that [Judicial Watch’s] right is greater – it is certainly clearer and simpler – than that of the House Committee…Whereas [Judicial Watch’s] FOIA lawsuit is ripe for adjudication on the merits, the House Committee suit could be months, if not years, away from reaching the same stage.
The DOJ also argued that Judicial Watch’s lawsuit might somehow interfere with negotiations between the president and Congress.(As if these negotiations have been at all productive!) Judicial Watch countered:“Regardless of any potential resolution in that case, Defendant in this action will still be required to satisfy its obligations under FOIA, including justifying its withholdings.[Judicial Watch’s] lawsuit simply does not vanish if and when the House Committee suit is resolved.”
And we conclude:“[Judicial Watch] has a statutory right to the requested records and to have Defendant’s denial of Plaintiff’s FOIA request reviewed by this Court.[Judicial Watch’s] claim is now ripe for adjudication, and [Judicial Watch] is prepared to brief the issues. Defendant simply seeks to delay the date that it must justify its claims of exemption. Defendant has not demonstrated why [Judicial Watch’s] rights should be immoderately and oppressively delayed; it has only disparaged the public’s right to request records of its government.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842247 Jan 18, 2013
For the foregoing reasons,[Judicial Watch] respectfully requests that Defendant’s request for an indefinite stay of the proceedings be denied.
By way of review, Fast and Furious was a DOJ/Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)“gunrunning” operation in which the Obama administration reportedly sold guns to Mexican drug cartels in hopes that they would end up at crime scenes.
Congressional investigators, led by Rep. Darryl Issa (R-CA), Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, have fought to secure records related to the Fast and Furious program, but the DOJ continues to withhold responsive records from disclosure. On June 20, 2012, President Obama made a highly controversial decision to assert Executive Privilege in order to shield the DOJ’s Fast and Furious records from disclosure. Executive privilege is reserved to “protect” White House records, not the records of federal agencies, which must be made available, subject to specific exceptions, under the FOIA.
The president’s assertion of executive privilege came just hours before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to congressional subpoenas for Fast and Furious records. On June 28, 2012, Congress voted 255-67 to hold Holder in contempt.(A number of Democrats joined the vote, while other Democrats, endorsing lawlessness, walked out in protest.) A second vote, 258-95, authorized the pursuit of records through civil litigation in the courts. Moreover, documents uncovered by CBS News seem to indicate that Holder may have perjured himself during congressional testimony, detailing what he knew about Fast and Furious and when he knew it.
It is beyond ironic that the Obama administration has initiated an anti-gun push as it seeking to keep secret key documents about its very own Fast and Furious gun-walking scandal.
Getting beyond the Obama administration’s smokescreen, this lawsuit is about a simple principle: the public’s right to know the full truth about an egregious political scandal that led to the death of at least one American and countless other people. The American public is sick and tired of the Obama administration trying to rewrite the FOIA and other laws in an effort to protect this president and his appointees. Americans want answers about Fast and Furious killings and lies. I’ll let you know how this court skirmish turns out.
(Judicial Watch separately filed a FOIA lawsuit against the ATF seeking access to records detailing communications between ATF officials and a White House official regarding Fast and Furious.)
Obama Pick to Head CIA Involved in bin Laden Film Leaks
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is putting a hold on the nomination of Obama Chief Counterterrorism Advisor John Brennan to serve as CIA Director until the Obama administration comes clean on Benghazi.
But according to documents uncovered by Judicial Watch, there is another significant reason why the U.S. Senate should not simply rubber-stamp this nomination: Brennan was evidently smack dab in the middle of another Obama administration scandal – the alleged feeding of sensitive operational details to the filmmakers of Zero Dark Thirty, a Hollywood movie released last Friday that documents the capture and killing of Osama bin Laden.
As JW uncovered, the Obama administration actively sought to have “high visibility” in bin Laden-related projects. And they found willing partners in Kathryn Bigelow and Marc Boal, the director and writer of the film, who were given unprecedented and secret access to details regarding the raid in preparation for their film.
We said when we got hold of the documents that it seemed obvious to us that the Obama administration was looking for a way to bolster the president’s image as a strong leader.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842248 Jan 18, 2013
Now where does Brennan enter the picture?
As you know, we went to federal court to force the most “transparent” administration in history to turn over records about the film. We received hundreds of pages, but there is one key document that specifically references Brennan that we disclosed last May:
A transcript of a July 14, 2011, meeting between DOD officials, including Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Michael Vickers, Bigelow and Boal indicates that Boal met directly with White House officials on at least two occasions regarding the film, including Brennan:“I took your guidance and spoke to the WH and had a good meeting with Brennan and McDonough and I plan to follow up with them; and they were forward leaning and interested in sharing their point of view; command and control; so that was great, thank you,” Boal said according to the transcript.
Vickers asks if the meeting was a follow-up, to which Boal responds,“Yes correct; this was a follow-up.” The documents seemingly reference John O. Brennan, Chief Counterterrorism Advisor to President Obama and Denis McDonough, who serves as President Obama’s Deputy National Security Advisor.
Now, as I say, the Obama White House coordinated the collusion between the Department of Defense (DOD) and the filmmakers from the outset.
A June 27, 2011, email to an official at the Office of the Secretary of Defense suggests that the request from Bigelow and Boal to meet with Vickers came via the White House press office. A June 22, 2011, email to Commander Bob Mehal, Public Affairs Officer for Defense Press Operations, notes “The White House does want to engage with Mark (Boal) but it probably won’t be for a few more weeks. We should provide them a read-out of the session you do with Vickers.” The name of the White House official who forwarded the request is blacked out.
The documents also show that the DOD was very aware of the possibility of negative blowback in the press related to these secret meetings and sought White House guidance regarding the second meeting between Vickers and the filmmakers.
DOD Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Douglas Wilson told colleagues in a June 13, 2011, email to limit media access and that he would follow up with the White House:“I think this looks very good as a way forward, and agree particularly that we need to be careful here so we don’t open the media floodgates on this. I’m going to check with WH to update them on status, and will report back.” A day later, he wrote DOD communications staffers, saying:“Ok to set up the second session with Vickers. I am getting additional guidance from WH.”
Judicial Watch’s discovery led to an Inspector General’s investigation and a criminal referral to the Holder Department of Justice (DOJ) that seems to have fallen into a black hole. Vickers is under fire for releasing the names of those who participated in the raid, but clearly Brennan was involved in these discussions.
Now here’s a key question that should be asked during his confirmation hearing: Was Brennan’s pending nomination to head the CIA the reason the DOJ sat on the IG’s criminal referral? Certainly Brennan’s involvement in a scandal involving the alleged leaking of classified details should take center stage in any debate over his suitability to serve as the nation’s top spy.
By the way, I actually saw Zero Dark Thirty the day it opened nationally and I can tell you that, no matter what you may read in the “Obamedia,” it pushes the Obama narrative in obvious ways.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842249 Jan 18, 2013
Barack Obama comes off as a hero character in the film. We see him morally preening on a news program and hear him described as “thoughtful and analytical.” Obama appointees portrayed in the film also come off well, including a Brennan-like character. Boal and Bigelow seemed to have gone out of their way (short of producing a two-hour campaign commercial) to project the Obama administration as “gutsy” for ordering the raid. I’m quite certain the Obama campaign would have loved for the film to come out before the campaign, which was the original plan.

JW continues to investigate. Let’s hope the Senate does its job as well.

(For more background, click here to read a JW court brief seeking access to the information released to Bigelow and Boal. And click here to access the documents we’ve already uncovered.)

Obama DHS Delayed Deportation of Illegal Alien Sex Offender to Protect Democrat Senator

The Obama Homeland Security Department (DHS) took its “selective deportation” illegal alien amnesty scheme to a whole new level last November when it delayed deporting an illegal alien sex offender, Luis Abrahan Sanchez Zavaleta, just before the election. Now why would they do that? Because Sanchez worked for a powerful Democrat Senator and they did not want the embarrassing scandal to hit the news and jeopardize the re-election chances of the Senator and/or the president.

The Associated Press has been all over this story:

Federal immigration agents were prepared to arrest an illegal immigrant and registered sex offender days before the November elections but were ordered by Washington to hold off after officials warned of “significant interest” from Congress and news organizations because the suspect was a volunteer intern for Sen. Robert Menendez, according to internal agency documents provided to Congress.

(You will recall JW listed Menendez as one of its “Ten Most Wanted” corrupt politicians in Washington, for this scandal and a slew of others, including influence peddling for his staffer and girlfriend and for allegedly patronizing prostitutes.)

This Sanchez story first broke last December, when the AP, citing a source familiar with the situation, published a report indicating that DHS had delayed the deportation of Sanchez for political reasons. When the story hit the press, DHS officials huffed and puffed and dismissed the report as “categorically false.”

But this was a lie. And now the AP has the documents to prove it:“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Newark had arranged to arrest Sanchez at the local prosecutor’s office on Oct. 25,” the AP reported.“That was fewer than two weeks before the election.”

Noting that Sanchez was a volunteer in Menendez’s Senate office, ICE officials in New Jersey advised that the arrest “had the possibility of garnering significant congressional and media interest” and were “advised to postpone the arrest” until officials in Washington gave approval. The documents describe a conference call between officials Washington and New Jersey to “determine a way forward, given the potential sensitivities surrounding the case.”

And who is this illegal alien criminal hired by Menendez and coddled by the Obama DHS? Sanchez was born in Peru and entered the country with a now-expired visa. In 2009 he was arrested for repeatedly sexually abusing an eight-year-old boy. Sanchez, 15 at the time, received two-year probation and the child molester was forced to register as a “sex offender.

Sanchez then landed a job with Menendez. Unsurprisingly, he also submitted an application to remain in the country under Obama’s amnesty program! The Obama administration has repeatedly stated that it would arrest and deport illegal aliens who committed serious crimes. But when the administration found out about an illegal alien child molester, political appointees interfered with the legal process and delayed the arrest of an illegal alien who represented a clear threat to the public safety.
Liberals Are Idiots

Nashville, NC

#842250 Jan 18, 2013
Ultimately, with President Obama and Robert Menendez’s re-elections secured, authorities finally arrested Sanchez on December 6, 2012. He is now scheduled for deportation.

Now, as you will recall, this isn’t the first time politics has intervened and stopped the deportation of an illegal alien for political reasons. Remember Obama’s illegal alien Aunt Zeituni Onyango? Just days before the 2008 election, the Bush administration’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued an “unusual directive” that ultimately delayed Onyango’s arrest so as to avoid precipitating an embarrassing scandal for then-candidate Obama.

The Menendez/DHS scandal is embarrassing for this administration, but I don’t think for a minute it will stop the president from fast-tracking his plans to implement illegal alien amnesty for the 11 million individuals currently residing in the U.S. Fox News reported this week the president and Senate Democrats are planning to pass a slew of illegal immigration reform measures in one massive bill, as opposed to carefully considering the merits of each policy on a case-by-case basis.

The president’s reforms, which are built on lies and lawlessness, will be sweeping, they will be aggressive, they will be fast, and they will most certainly lead to more victims of criminals like Sanchez, who should have been imprisoned and/or deported the moment he attacked an eight-year-old boy.http://www.judicialwatch.o rg/press-room/weekly-updates/g un-control-fast-and-furious-co ver-up/

GOOD NIGHT YOU LIBERAL IDIOTS!
ENJOY THE GATES OF HELL ONE DAY!!!!

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#842251 Jan 18, 2013
Liberals Are Idiots wrote:
While the Obama Administration downplays violence along the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities in Texas reveal that Mexican drug cartels have transformed parts of the state into a war zone where shootings, beheadings, kidnappings and murders are common..........
Simple answer to all of that crap you just typed. At the same time you are banning guns, legalise ALL recreational drugs. While that very concept makes it almost impossible for ringers minds to process. It would save the country BILLION$ not only in law enforcement but allow them to work on the lessor crimes such as housebreaking while the government is collecting taxes on drugs sold the same way as it does everything else.

At the moment the war against drugs is running parallel in consequences as the prohibition act and we all know how that turned out. As offensive & morally repugnant as drug abuse is, in reality its no different than someone lighting up a cigarette or throwing down a shot of whiskey. If sold as a product the same way everything else is then you have control of it. Big picture stuff, may be beyond some conservative thinking but if you really thought about it, for the good of society as a whole it's the right thing to do. It would lead to a lot safer world.
Nj raider 1

United States

#842253 Jan 18, 2013
LooTER SHooTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh YEAH you FAT FCUK! I will BUST A CAP in you HIP-HOPPIN" ASS anytime you THINK your cheap BLACK ASS wants some exercise away from SITTIN' ROUN' the TV and watchin' reruns of OPRAH!!!
Like I said bra, I dont know part of the sticks you from, but by the way you talking you surrounded by a bunch of caucasians, not to mention you just ignorant. Your little theatrics got you right where yo punk ass is sitting running yo chops, in front a computer screen. Do you coward! Just don't ever vacation in jersey talking that dumshit, you might not make it back home!

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