Monday, December 22, 2014

A Drastic Change Required in US Foreign Affairs and Immigration Policies

All those young illegal immigrants who have been protected with the Obama unconstitutional amnesty are lining up for Arizona driver's licenses tomorrow. As CNS News reported:
A preliminary injunction issued Dec. 18 by U.S. District Judge David Campbell bars the state from enforcing Gov. Jan Brewer's policy of denying the licenses to about 20,000 immigrants.
Now Obama is ignoring state government rights that is clearly stated in the US Constitution and telling governors of states they have no control over vehicle licensing in their state.

The Feds have done nothing to help the suffering border ranchers and Native Americans living on the US side as they are literally invaded by illegal immigrants and cartel coyote goons.
Governor Brewer is fighting back with an appeal to the 9th Circuit court decision via the US Supreme Court. Viewing as to what justices serve on that court, Governor Brewer's prospect of getting a constitutional decision is doubtful. It is the same court of Supreme Justices that allowed the Affordable Care Act to be enacted, despite clear unconstitutional authority by Obama and congressional legislation.
Despite her belief that issuing licenses is a state matter, Brewer's office confirmed she would comply. The move in Arizona to deny the licenses was a reaction to steps taken by the Obama administration in June 2012 to shield thousands of immigrants from deportation. …
The move by Obama applied to people younger than 30 who came to the U.S. before turning 16 and have been in the country for at least five continuous years, They also must be enrolled in or have graduated from a high school or GED program, or have served in the military. Applicants also are allowed to pursue a two-year renewable work permit.

In regards to President Obama wanting an embassy in Cuba and begin relations with the communist country, Senator Graham stated that there is “a snowball chance in Hell” for an ambassador nominee to be approved.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)stated, comparing Cuba with China:
They are going to use all the benefits of access to the U.S. markets to...line their own pockets, the government. … You talk about China as an example. We re-established both commercial and diplomatic relations with China in the 1970s. Certainly the Chinese economy has grown, but politically, there are more repressed than they were 20 or 30 years ago. There's no freedom of religion, no freedom of speech, no free access to the internet, no elections, no political parties. So, in essence, that is the model the Cubans will try to follow. They are -- they wholly control the economy. They are going to use all the benefits of access to the U.S. markets to grow their own -- line their own pockets, the government. But there isn't going to be any political opening. Raul Castro made it clear and Vietnam and China are the model for that.
The Commerce Department plans to ease export restraints on products that will help grow Cuban businesses such as construction firms, agricultural companies, and auto repair shops. The Obama administration also envisions expanded Internet access for Cubans.
Raul Castro made it clear in a speech that there will be no political changes in Cuba.

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