Pro-Amnesty Skulduggery and Pro-Invader Actions

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Invader-friendly globalist Barack Hussein Obama, aka 'The Obamessiah,' was inaugurated the 44th US president on January 20, 2009.... -- How long will it be before the usual open-borders kooks pressure 'The One' to grant amnesty to 30-40-million scofflaws? Update: THe NWO Puppet in Chief's ad\ministration began pushing for amnesty during the week of April 8, 2009. Note: Dates shown here reflect the date individual articles were posted specifically on this page, not on the home page.

Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif -- February 8, 2012    
"MEChA Boy" Villaraigosa in D.C. to call for amnesty
Los Angeles -- Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will call for more action on comprehensive immigration reform in 2013 when he speaks tonight in Washington, D.C., at a dinner benefiting the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund. -- Villaraigosa will also reiterate his strong support for President Barack Obama's re-election, according to press secretary Teddy Davis...

Roy Beck -- NumbersUSA -- December 8, 2011   
Bogus pro-amnesty polls popping up everywhere   
The Gingrich Amnesty proposal has suddenly revived all kinds of interest nationwide in trying again to legalize millions of illegal aliens. Nowhere is the frenzy higher than among media and academic pollsters who have rushed out to prove that Americans are really OK with letting 7 million illegal aliens keep their non-ag jobs instead of letting unemployed Americans have them. Of course, the polls don't state it that way...

Mark Krikorian -- USA Today -- September 27, 2011 
Amnesties reward lawbreaking   
Gov. Rick Perry's foray into compassionate conservatism — his assertion that critics of in-state tuition subsidies don't "have a heart"-- has shed light on the fact that too much of the immigration debate is based on weepy sentimentality. We need to move beyond Oprah-fied storytelling about your grandma from Minsk and instead focus on reality, with all its trade-offs and competing values...

Fox News Latino -- September 9, 2011        
Revolting Obama Regime won't deport pro-amnesty agitators   
Ten [illegal aliens] arrested in North Carolina during an [illegal alien "rights"] rally on Tuesday, have been released on bond. -- In a statement released Wednesday, the Mecklenburg Sheriff's Office said that in keeping with the jail's policy to screen everyone who is arrested, the 15 people detained on Tuesday were fingerprinted, photographed and screened to determine whether they are in the country legally...

Daily Kos -- September 5, 2011      
Mexican mole pushes amnesty despite record unemployment 
Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis takes Labor Day as an opportunity to stress the need for immigration reform [aka amnesty], which is also labor and economic reform: Too often, immigrants [she means illegals] work in an underground economy—earning unfair wages, suffering unsafe conditions and hiding from authorities. This is not only wrong, but economically self-defeating...

The Winston-Salem (NC) Journal -- September 5, 2011        
Usual suspects plan tantrum tomorrow in Charlotte   
Illegal [aliens] brought to the United States as children plan to risk arrest and deportation at a rally Tuesday in Charlotte to protest what they believe are unfair laws that prevent them from correcting their immigration status and make it harder to get an education. --Moises Serrano, a Yadkinville resident who graduated with honors...

WorldNetDaily.com -- September 5, 2011     
'Uncle Omar' called the face of Obama's immigration goal  
Want to know what the U.S .would look like under Barack Obama's amnesty for illegals? Look no further than the president's own family, warn officials for the Washington watchdog organization Judicial Watch. -- "President Obama's 'Uncle Omar' is the face of what is wrong with the Obama administration's lawless and dangerous approach to illegal immigration...

Jon Feere -- Center for Immigration Studies -- September 1, 2011    
2010 DHS draft memo on administrative amnesty raises questions
Since the Obama administration remains quiet about the details of its non-legislative amnesty, the public's best sources of information are draft memos leaked over the past year as the administration contemplated the best method for "sidestepping" the legislative process. A previous blog post covered a draft memo from DHS which called the measure a "non-legislative amnesty" that is "controversial, not to mention expensive."

Jon Feere -- Center for Immigration Studies -- September 1, 2011        
Even armed robbers shouldn't be deported?   
Apparently, it is incorrect to assume that the open-border crowd supports the deportation of even so-called "high priority" illegal aliens. -- Amid the debate over which aliens should constitute a high priority for deportation under the Obama amnesty, and which should be permitted to stay and given more opportunities to cause crime before becoming a priority...

D.A. King -- Macon (Ga.) Telegraph -- September 1, 2011       
Republican delegation silent on Obama anti-enforcement effort   
On Aug. 18, the Obama administration announced the [DHS] would begin to dismiss pending deportation cases of thousands of illegal aliens who have already been captured in the United States. -- Currently, there are a reported 300,000 illegals in the deportation pipeline. The new decree was announced without fanfare on the White House website in a blog posted by Cecilia Muñoz...

The Hill -- Washington -- August 31, 2011       
Gohmert: Obama breached oath of office with selective deportation edict
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said this week that President Obama breached his oath of office by announcing an immigration policy under which the [DHS] can prioritize pending deportation cases. -- Republicans have argued that this policy change, announced Aug. 18, allows the administration to selectively enforce immigration laws...

EFE -- Madrid -- August 31, 2011      
Spin campaign on Obama's outrageous amnesty decree underway   
With a call to "be patient and be careful," U.S. Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez and pro-[illegal alien] groups announced Tuesday a national information campaign about the significance of the [DHS's] new deportations policy. -- The first forum will be held Sept. 10 at Chicago's Benito Juarez High School, where the Illinois Democrat will be able to provide the first-hand information...

Washington Times -- August 30, 2011        
King: Will Obama's executive amnesty benefit his illegal alien uncle?   
One congressman wants to know if President Obama's half-uncle will be granted "amnesty" under new rules the Obama administration announced earlier this month designed to let lower-priority illegal immigrants remain in the country. -- Rep. Steve King, an Iowa Republican who has fought for an immigration crackdown, said Onyango Obama, a relative of the president, "will have an advantage..."

D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal -- August 29, 2011      
Georgia GOP brass silent on Obama's amnesty coup 
The Obama administration announced Aug. 18 that the Department of Homeland Security would begin to dismiss pending deportation cases of thousands of illegal aliens who have been captured in the United States. Currently there are a reported 300,000 illegals in the deportation pipeline. - The new decree was announced without fanfare on the White House website in a blog...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- August 29, 2011     
Obama cheered by illegal alien advocates, but they want more   
President Barack Obama's recent executive order for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to curtail deportations for thousands of illegal aliens pleases Latino voters, but only if his minions follow through with his wishes, according to a police commander, whose mayor opposes immigration enforcement, and who requested anonymity...

Moorpark (Calif.) Patch -- August 29, 2011       
Gallegly objects to Obama amnesty edict  
Last week, President Barack Obama announced a change in immigration policy wherein illegal [aliens] who do not have criminal records may be allowed to stay in the United States and apply for work permits. This week, Rep. Elton Gallegly, Moorpark's congressional representative, voiced his objections to the change in a letter to the president...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- August 29, 2011     
Obama cheered by illegal alien advocates, but they want more   
President Barack Obama's recent executive order for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to curtail deportations for thousands of illegal aliens pleases Latino voters, but only if his minions follow through with his wishes, according to a police commander, whose mayor opposes immigration enforcement, and who requested anonymity...

Vin Suprynowicz -- Las Vegas Review Journal -- August 28, 2011        
Illegals get amnesty, rest are on the dole   
...So what did the White House most recently announce? On Aug. 18, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Cecilia Munoz blogged that the [DHS] will review its entire deportation caseload -- that's 300,000 cases -- to "clear out low-priority" cases." Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., likened the Obama policy to the stalled Dream Act, that being the up-to-age-35 amnesty that's opposed by most Americans and can't pass Congress...

Tom Tancredo -- WorldNetDaily.com -- August 27, 2011        
The states must fight Obama's amnesty decree   
If anyone had any doubt about President Obama's lack of respect for the Constitution, the separation of powers or the rule of law, ...Janet Napolitano dispelled that doubt on Aug. 18. -- Napolitano has announced rather cavalierly that her department will no longer enforce the nation's immigration laws. According to White House spokesperson Cecilia Munoz, our immigration laws will henceforth be enforced...

Federale -- VDare.com -- August 27, 2011       
Obama's Administrative Amnesty: Impeachment is the only answer   
Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann and the other Republican presidential hopefuls have still not responded on their campaign websites to the Obama Administration's confirmation, in a letter from Homeland Security (sic) Secretary Janet Napolitano to Senate Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin and 21 other Treason Lobby Senators released August 18, that it is indeed implementing an administrative amnesty...

Nashville Tennessean -- August 27, 2011       
Deportations on hold? Not in Tennessee   
The federal government says it will better prioritize immigration cases to deport only the worst of the worst criminals, sparing children and young adults who have been in the country for years. -- But Tennessee's immigration authorities may have not gotten the memo. -- Last week, Janet Napolitano, head of the U.S. [DHS], ordered a full review of 360,000 current immigration cases...

Tom Tancredo -- WorldNetDaily.com -- August 26, 2011        
The states must fight Obama's amnesty decree   
If anyone had any doubt about President Obama's lack of respect for the Constitution, the separation of powers or the rule of law, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano dispelled that doubt on Aug. 18. -- Napolitano has announced rather cavalierly that her department will no longer enforce the nation's immigration laws. According to White House spokesperson Cecilia Munoz, our immigration laws will...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- August 26, 2011  
NAFBPO calls for Obama's unconstitutional edict to be rescinded   
The administration announced last week that it would implement a new policy that will permit hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to remain in the United States despite being in deportation proceedings already. This policy is clearly designed to sidestep congressional authority to regulate immigration. It should cause great concern amongst Americans who demand a secure border...

Fox Business -- August 26, 2011       
Sheriffs begin thumbing their noses at Obama and his unconstitutional decrees 
Pinal County, Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu talks about Barack Hussein Obama's un-American and infuriating back-door amnesty for brazen invaders.

Matthew Vadum -- Front Page Magazine -- August 24, 2011       
Obama's backdoor amnesty   
The Obama administration's new immigration amnesty is a purely political calculation intended to shore up the president's sagging support among Latino voters. -- President Obama has a habit of not enforcing laws he doesn't like. -- He doesn't like the Defense of Marriage Act so he won't defend it in the court. He doesn't like energy exploration so he has ignored court order after court order that would allow deep-water oil drilling...

Mark KrikorianCenter for Immigration Studies -- August 24, 2011        
New Research: Obama's administrative amnesty   
"In an announcement I would have expected them to try to bury on a Friday afternoon instead of Thursday, the administration said it would review the cases of 300,000 illegal aliens already in removal proceedings --- and not just let some of them go, but give them work authorization as well. -- This is further proof, as if any is needed, that the administration is using the pretext of "prosecutorial discretion" as a tool of policy..."

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Family Security Matters -- August 24, 2011        
Rep. Gutierrez says immigrant voters put Obama in office   
...Rep. [Pete] King, who is chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee accused Obama of cherry picking which laws to enforce and which ones to ignore. -- "This new non-enforcement policy announced by the Obama Administration Thursday is a blatant attempt to grant amnesty to potentially millions of illegal aliens in this country, and is totally unacceptable..."

John Feere -- Center for Immigration Studies -- August 23, 2011        
Law prof. on Obama's administrative amnesty   
Temple U. law professor (and CIS Fellow) Jan Ting -- one of the few in his field to recognize the problems created by Obama's administrative amnesty -- has authored a new op-ed in which he writes: ....The administration is thus implementing by executive order a policy it could not get Congress to adopt or even consider: amnesty for the millions of foreigners who entered the U.S. illegally...

James Carafano, PhD -- Family Security Matters -- August 23, 2011       
Bordering on insecurity   
...The Wall Street Journal reported as "a surprise announcement, the Obama administration said it will review the deportation cases of 300,000 illegal [aliens] and might allow many of them to stay in the U.S." The President's "strategy" for enforcing immigration law, by only going after really "bad people," also flies in the face of established practices of how to create a culture of compliance with the rule of law...

NewsMax.com -- August 22, 2011       
Rep. West: Obama's decree scorns Constitution   
Conservative firebrand Rep. Allen West is castigating President Barack Obama for "shredding" the U.S. Constitution by aggressively pushing to impose his agenda through executive-branch rule-making rather than via Congress. -- In an exclusive Newsmax.TV interview, West cited Homeland Security Department chief Janet Napolitano's announcement last week that the federal government...

NewsMax.com -- August 22, 2011       
Rep. Lamar Smith: Obama deportation order 'overrules courts'  
New rules designed to prevent the deportation of illegal [aliens] who keep to the law once they are here will supersede court orders, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith contends. -- Even when a judge has ordered an alien to leave the country, the government can overturn it, the Texas Republican said during a radio interview... [See Tyrant Watch]

Tea Party Immigration Coalition -- August 22, 2011   
Coalition decries Obama Regime administrative amnesty scheme 
Thursday, August 18th the Obama Administration announced on the White House Blog that "Under the President's direction..." The Department of Homeland Security would suspend deportation proceedings against illegal aliens and, "There are more than 10 million people who are in the U.S. illegally; it's clear that we can't deport such a large number."

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- August 22, 2011       
Illegals and Crime: Statistics not on Obama's side   
President Barack Obama's opponents -- especially those working for the Border Patrol and in law enforcement -- claim the recent change in immigration policy is meant to seal his Latino voting base, especially those who are suspected of being legal or illegal aliens who are fraudulently voting in U.S. elections. -- "This... [is] more of the 'wait until they kill, rape, beat or molest someone here in America, then we'll deport them' logic..."

KTAR -- Phoenix -- August 21, 2011      
Babeu blasts Obama deportation scheme  
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, a leader in the fight against illegal immigration, calls the Obama Administration's new deportation policy "de facto amnesty." -- Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Thursday that the department will focus on deporting illegal [aliens] who are criminals or pose a threat to national security or public safety...

The Hill -- Washington -- August 21, 2011       
Usual suspects laud Obama's outrageous action on illegals 
President Obama's move to halt deportations for thousands of illegal [aliens] will resonate with Latino voters only to the extent that he backs it up, immigration reform advocates warned this week. -- The advocates have been disappointed in Obama for not fighting harder for the immigration reforms he'd promised on the campaign trail --- dismay the president eased this week...

End of The American Dream -- August 21, 2011      
Obama intends to cram amnesty down our throats any way he can   
If you are an illegal [alien] and you have not been arrested for committing a crime, the odds that you will ever be deported have now gone way, way down. With the Republicans in control of the House of Representatives, Barack Obama knows that he simply is not going to be able to get amnesty for illegal [aliens] passed by Congress...

Christian Science Monitor -- August 19, 2011       
Obama deportation skullduggery could be 'nightmare' for law enforcement 
Sheriff Neil Warren, dubbed "Wild West Warren" by pro-immigration groups, has racked up nearly 15,000 immigration-related arrests in Cobb Country north of Atlanta. A new deportation policy announced Thursday by the Department of Homeland Security could mean that many of those arrested by Mr. Warren may not only get out of jail, but could go back to Cobb County with a legal work visa in hand...

Mike Sunnucks -- Phoenix Business Journal -- August 19, 2011      
Arizona governor pans Obama deportation policy    
The Obama administration says it will focus the deportation of illegal [aliens] on criminals and not students or workers who have overstayed their visas or were brought here by family members. The move sparked criticism from conservatives as some sort of [an] amnesty effort. -- That includes Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer. Here's part of Brewer's statement on the Obama deportation plans...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- August 19, 2011 
Outrage! De facto amnesty for illegal aliens ordered by Obama
The Obama administration angered their opponents further on Thursday when it changed the U.S. government's deportation policy. The Homeland Security Department's immigration enforcement officials will undertake a case-by-case review of illegal [aliens] who are facing deportations from the country, the White House announced...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- August 19, 2011        
Obama will give work permits to droves of illegal aliens    
On Thursday, the Obama administration announced that they will now only deport illegal aliens who have been convicted of crimes in this country, more than likely, that means only those convicted of felonies. -- As if that news was not bad enough, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that all of those illegal aliens allowed to stay will be eligible to receive work permits...

David North -- Center for Immigration Studies -- August 19, 2011       
Munoz, the White House, and straw men arguments   
Today's New York Times article on the case-by-case amnesty program of this administration displayed -- without comment -- a remarkable bit of "straw man" argumentation from White House official Cecilia Munoz, someone I met decades ago at the Council of La Raza. -- Ms. Munoz was quoted, in defense of the selective removal program, saying that the new system would "suspend deportation in low priority cases..."

Mark Krikorian -- Center for Immigration Studies -- August 19, 2011     
Yes, he did! Yes, he did!   
When the president spoke to La Raza recently and said he couldn't just go around Congress and enact an amnesty, the assembly started chanting, "Yes, you can! Yes, you can!" -- Well, he did. -- In an announcement I would have expected them to try to bury on a Friday afternoon instead of Thursday, the administration said it would review the cases of 300,000 illegal aliens already in removal proceedings —and not just let some of them go, but give them work authorization as well...

Rick Oltman of The Immigration Tea Party -- The Examiner -- August 19, 2011 
Obama to America: Drop dead   
In the most anti-American act of his administration that showed complete contempt for America and Americans, President Barack Hussein Obama amnestied over 30 million illegal aliens on Thursday. There was no legislation, no debate and no consideration for American citizens... [More from Rick Oltman] [Obama needs to be stopped by the Congress ASAP. Take action NOW!]

KGO-TV -- San Francisco -- August 19, 2011      
Obama Regime the most anti-American in history   
The Obama administration announced a major change in policy for thousands of illegal [aliens] going through deportation proceedings. They now may be able to stay in the country. --- "This is probably the most anti-American policy that the Obama administration has set to date," said Rick Oltman from the Tea Party Immigration Coalition. -- He predicts the new policy will bring in a flood of new illegal immigrants into the country... [See Amnesty Watch]

American Patrol Report Feature -- August 19, 2011    
Come One, Come All -- Obama Amnesty Will Pull Aliens North   
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer called the Obama administration's new policy that will allow many illegal immigrants who don't have criminal records the chance to stay in the United States "backdoor amnesty." -- In a statement, the Republican governor slammed the planned case-by-case reviews of the approximately 300,000 illegal immigrants who are currently facing possible expulsion...

Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times -- August 18, 2011       
New DHS rules cancel deportations   
The Homeland Security Department said Thursday it will halt deportation proceedings on a case-by-case basis against illegal [aliens] who meet certain criteria such as attending school, having family in the military or are primarily responsible for other family members' care... [Obama needs to be stopped by the Congress ASAP. Take action NOW!]

America's Voice (Open Borders Zealots) -- August 18, 2011       sc     
More Obama Regime Chicanery: "DREAMers" won't be deported 
Earlier this month, there were news stories circulating on the interwebs about an announcement Senator Durbin had made in a meeting with the Chicago Tribune's editorial board. "I believe that if students are eligible for the DREAM Act, they should not be the target of deportations".... [Related L.A. Times item] [See Obama Watch and Big Sis Watch]

Wall Street Journal -- July 26, 2011        
Woman in deportation proceedings speaks with Obama   
President Obama spoke briefly on Monday with a woman who is becoming a symbol of the effort to stop deportations of young illegal [aliens]. -- Mercedes Gonzalez said in an interview that the president told her: "Everything is going to be fine. You're going to be OK." She said she didn't believe that Mr. Obama had any particular knowledge of her case when he made his comment... [See La Raza Watch]

Brownsville Herald -- July 26, 2011        
So-called "Hispanic Tea Party" supports DREAM Act amnesty scheme   
A renewed push for a failed immigration bill has drawn local support, though advocates admit it has little chance to pass congressional hurdles before 2012. -- Late last month, a Senate subcommittee held Congress' first-ever hearing on the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors, or DREAM, Act, which would grant a pathway to citizenship for [illegal aliens] brought to the U.S. as children...

Associated Press -- July 25, 2011         
Obama renews pledge on illegal alien amnesty   
President Barack Obama called on Hispanic activists Monday to build a movement outside Washington to push for overhauling immigration, saying he can't do it by himself and Republicans aren't playing along. -- He said he remains committed to his unfulfilled promise to rewrite the nation's immigration laws to offer a pathway to citizenship for 11 million [illegal aliens]...

Hot Air -- July 25, 2011        
Obama Regime passes DREAM Act by executive memo   
Who needs Congressional authority when you can govern by executive fiat? -- "A new enforcement memo handed down by the director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement last week has some accusing the White House of running around Congress to implement the DREAM Act [amnesty] -- and consequent amnesty for some illegal [aliens] -- by executive fiat... " [See Obama Watch & Morton Watch]

Robert Robb -- Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- July 21, 2011         
'Administrative amnesty' bad precedent   
The country appears headed toward another bitter immigration debate. This time, the Obama administration is mostly to blame. -- President Barack Obama has made the following pitch for comprehensive immigration reform: I've done what I've been asked to do on enforcement. Now, it's time for Republicans to give on legalization...

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