March 4, 2015
This whole democracy thing continues to reap benefits for the U.S.
Despite the American public overwhelmingly rejecting the idea of amnesty for illegal invaders, the House of Representatives passed a bill to fund Obama’s amnesty project anyway.
The vote ends a three-month battle over Obama’s decision to use executive powers to shield nearly 5 million immigrants from deportation, a move that enraged congressional Republicans. Boehner was only able to avoid a government shutdown last Friday after backroom negotiations with House Democrats led to a vote on a “clean” funding bill this week.
“After bringing our Homeland Security to the brink of a shutdown, I’m glad Republicans have finally realized the futility in refusing to protect the American people,” Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.), the vice chairman of the Democratic caucus. “Picking a fight with President Obama and jeopardizing the safety of American families was not only absurd, but it was downright dangerous.”
The Senate has already approved a bill to extend DHS funding through September, so the legislation now heads to Obama’s desk to be signed.
Democrats and Republicans like to portray themselves as bitter enemies, but in reality they’re two sides of the same coin. There’s no meaningful difference between them.
Ben Franklin was asked outside Independence Hall after the Constitutional Convention if the Founding Fathers formulated a republic or a monarchy. He responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”
Well, we certainly haven’t kept it. It has become an oligarchic servant of Jewry that’s wholly inconsiderate of our race’s interests.