Saturday, April 24, 2010


In an unusual White House attack on state legislation, President Barack Obama harshly criticized an Arizona measure to crack down on illegal immigration and made clear Friday that he is looking for an election-year fight over the volatile issue.
Hours later, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the nation's toughest immigration law, making illegal immigration a state crime and requiring police to question people about their immigration status if officers suspect they are in the U.S. illegally.
Brewer, a Republican, said the state action was forced by Washington's failure to secure the U.S. borders and solve the nation's thorny illegal immigration problem. "Decades of inaction and misguided policy have created a dangerous and unacceptable situation," she said.
The president said it was the state that was "misguided" and that the Arizona measure would "undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans."

It's about time somebody decided to take care of the problem.
We've got a president that's so afraid of "offending" somebody that he's not only turning his back on the problem but encouraging it as well.
You kick ass, Gov. Brewer.


Barack Obama said...

Mr. Wirecutter that isn't Choctaw, Sioux or Cherokee you're speaking so you could be considered an illegal. In fact California is a spanish word and was originally populated by the very folks being singled out.

wirecutter said...

I've got more Indian in me than you do, motherfucker.

And go read the Treaty of Hidalgo. I imagine you can find a Kenyan copy somewhere.

orbitup said...

I'm sure this is the beginning of his plan to demonize Republicans before the November elections. They will all be labeled racist for opposing his "immigration reform" which will probably contain some form of amnesty.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ken (Precious)!!! I may have to move to Arizona!!

wirecutter said...

Hey Sis! How are you enjoying being single (kinda sorta) again?
When's Brotherman coming home?