Author Topic: Why Obama won't take strong action in border crisis BY BYRON YORK  (Read 260 times)

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Re: Why Obama won't take strong action in border crisis BY BYRON YORK
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2014, 11:01:02 AM »
Obama recently met with a group of those advocates. One of them later told the Washington Post that the president said to them, "In another life, I'd be on the other side of the table." By that Obama meant that in his old days as a community organizer, pressing for the "refugee" rights would be just the sort of thing he would do.

That pretty much sums up the major malfunction of this Administration.  It is far easier to be an activist and demand all kinds of neat sounding things, and another to be the one responsible for implementing those things.  A six year old child is full of ideas that sound really great, but they have clue not about how to implement any of them.

Obama longs for his old days because he never had to produce anything but a good line of radical bullshit.  Campaigning for office is a lot easier than actually performing the duties of that office, but Obama has never been interested in anything other than using one elected office as the launching pad for his next higher goal.  He is out campaigning now because that is all he knows how to do.  He won't take any actions other than he already has, because he doesn't want to risk losing a couple of segments of his political base. 

And he is arrogant enough that he thinks he can pick his successor, and has been getting behind Fauxcahontas as an alternative to the Hildebeest.  He's definitely right that Warren is far to the Left of any Clinton......


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