Published on Nov 26, 2014

Obama Belittles & Talks Down to Heckler Over U.S. Immigration Reform

President Obama traveled to Chicago on Tuesday to sell his executive action on immigration in a speech at a community center in a predominantly Polish-American neighborhood, although his remarks were frequently interrupted by hecklers.

Obama began the speech by mentioning the protests in Ferguson, urging demonstrators in the Missouri city not to resort to violence. He then turned toward his executive action, which made nearly 5 million immigrants eligible to avoid deportation.

Obama praised the contributions to the U.S. by a broad patchwork of immigrants, saying it is imperative that the U.S. act now to change its broken immigration policy. He cited studies showing that immigrants open one-fourth of all new U.S. businesses and that 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or their children. "Being a nation of immigrants gives us this huge entrepreneurial advantage over other nations," he said.

criticizing his deportation policy, saying he hasn't just been deporting criminals. "You have been deporting families," one heckler shouted. A woman among the group of people seated on stage behind Obama stood up and held a sign that said "Obama Stop Deportations Now," with the word `now' in red. But in a blow to some immigrant activists, dreamers parent anonymous isis isil chicago

President Obama’s expected amnesty will cause a surge in illegal immigration as the relatives of newly legalized immigrants will begin pouring into the U.S.

This already occurred after President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act passed by Congress in 1986, which granted amnesty to illegals who could prove they had resided in the U.S. continuously since 1982.

“…INS estimates show that the 1986 amnesty almost certainly increased illegal immigration, as the relatives of newly legalized illegals came to the United States to join their family members,” immigration analyst President Obama is already known for hitting the golf course whenever he gets a chance, regardless of the high duties of his office.

In the wake of much backlash against his executive amnesty order, Obama has claimed that he isn’t doing anything different to past presidents, falsely suggesting that Ronald Reagan, George HW Bush and George W Bush all signed similar executive orders.

“If you ask historians, take a look at the track records of the modern presidency, I’ve actually been very restrained. And I’ve been very restrained with respect to immigration. I bent over backwards and will continue to do everything I can to get Congress to work,” Obama said, adding that criticisms of his immigration order are “a lot of rhetoric.” obama immigration u.s. usa america "united states" speech heckler heckle belittle uprising conference "immigration reform" immigrant "u.s. citizen" citizen citizenship respect "american dream" "u.s. greencard" voice listen dictator talk issue politics change policy facts 2014 2015 right humanity "civil liberty" liberty freedom mexico "south america" chicago community passport visa media entertainment trends trendy scream comedy question "tourist visa" life "elite nwo agenda" usd dollar forex "forex exchange" immigrant rights border border patrol control tv dhs fema camp tsa agent grope body scanner big brother end game illuminati george soros bilderberg sheeple false flag attack obamacare ferguson riots alex jones infowars gerald celente jim rogers marc faber louis farrakhan collapse america

Despite the “shellacking” of Democrats at the hands of the GOP in this week’s mid-terms, Obama has promised to press ahead with plans for immigration reform, including an executive order which many fear will amount to all out amnesty. “Before the end of the year, we’re going to take whatever lawful actions that I can take,” Obama said. “What I’m not going to do is just wait. I think it’s fair to say I’ve shown a lot of patience and tried to work on a bipartisan basis as much as possible.”

“Should you decline to defend the Senate and the Constitution from executive overreach, the undersigned Senators will use all procedural means necessary to return the Senate’s focus during the lame duck session to resolving the constitutional crisis created by President Obama’s lawless amnesty,” the letter concludes.

President Obama’s new immigration overhaul could increase Latino enrollment under his signature health law by reducing the threat of deportation and making more Californians comfortable signing up for coverage they already qualify to get. President Obama is fundraising off his controversial immigration decision

Mr ShowBoater at his best!!! In the mean time Obama is passing regulation after regulation !

With Everyone Focused on Ferguson, Obama Quietly Passing 3,400 New Regulations - Freedom Outpost

With Everyone Focused on Ferguson, Obama Quietly Passing 3,400 New Regulations - Freedom Outpost
With Everyone Focused on Ferguson, Obama Quietly Passing 3,400 New Regulations

With Everyone Focused on Ferguson, Obama Quietly Passing 3,400 New Regulations

Melissa Melton 14 hours ago

Although the government and mainstream media perfectly timed the Ferguson grand jury decision to go off right after President Obama passed executive amnesty (which, magically, no one in the mainstream media is talking about anymore), it also works out well for the White House that this event transpired right before the upcoming holiday.

Why, you might ask?

Because the Obama administration has prepared, for the fifth time now, to oh-so-quietly release 3,415 brand spanking new regulations right before Thanksgiving while everyone just so happens to be totally distracted and focusing on the orchestrated civil disorder going on in Ferguson.
Via The Daily Caller:
The federal Unified Agenda is the Obama administration’s regulatory road map, and it lays out thousands of regulations being finalized in the coming months. Under President Barack Obama, there has been a tradition of releasing the agenda late on Friday — and right before a major holiday.
“It’s become an unfortunate tradition of this administration and others to drop these regulatory agendas late on a Friday and right before a holiday,” Matt Shudtz, executive director of the Center for Progressive Reform, told The Hill newspaper.
The White House’s regulatory agenda for spring 2014 was released on the eve of the Memorial Day weekend, when millions of people set out on weekend getaways or family vacations.
“It’s unfortunate because it’s an update on protections for Americans of all stripes,” Shudtz told the Hill. “It lays out the administration’s plan and it deserves more attention.”


Apparently, this release comes new and improved with even more regulations than last time, and it even comes complete with the added bonus of having 189 rules which come with a nice fat price tag of $100 million.

It’s funny… Once upon a time, throwing out an amount like a hundred million would’ve made some people’s eyeballs literally pop out of their heads. I can use the word literally in a figurative sense now without being incorrect, because apparently we live in such an Idiocracysociety that the official definition of the word “literally” has been updated to include “used for emphasis or to express strong feeling while not being literally true.”
… I’m not even kidding.


Anyway, who knows what evil will be lurking in those 3,415 new regulations. No, really. Who knows? Hardly anyone knows, because these regs will be slipped in under cover of concocted protests in Ferguson, a plate full of turkey and stuffing, and a football game.


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