The King’s Choice

Obama pledged to ‘do everything I can in my executive authority’ to take ‘whatever lawful actions that I can take that I believe will improve our immigration system.’

And he dared the GOP to see things his way.

Executive orders, he said, ‘will be replaced and supplanted by a bill from Congress.’

‘You send me a bill that I can sign and those executive actions go away.”

But he cautioned: ‘What I’m not gonna do is just wait.” (Daily Mail)

My way or the Highway. Same old, Same old.

Was there ever any doubt that a hardline ideologue would bend to the people’s (anyone’s) will beside the will of King Obama The First?

No.

It’s the King’s Choice: Do it his way or do what he wants! Your choice. 🙂

“I think it’s fair to say that I’ve shown a lot of patience and tried to work on a bipartisan basis as much as possible and will keep doing so,” Obama said. “I’ve consistently said that it is my profound preference and interest to see Congress act on a comprehensive immigration reform bill.”

“What we can’t do is just keep on waiting,” he added. “There’s a cost for waiting.”

His Wrath. His 20 million new Democrat voters!

Remember when acting “unilaterally” was considered a bad thing? 🙂

Talking & Acting Imperial as always, our King.

Former Obama White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, now a political commentator for CNN, casually admitted that, yes, his party uses race to convince minorities that Republicans seek to oppress them.

Before the midterm election, Carney said: “Republicans are going to pick up seats in the Senate and the House, and they may win control of the Senate. So (Democrats) need to mobilize their base voters, and that is especially true of minority voters.”

Carney also admitted that the use of the race card is cynical: “Equating support for stand-your-ground law … doesn’t mean you supported the action that took Trayvon Martin’s life. So that’s the kind of, you know, rough ad — similar to the one we saw from the Republican. I think we’ve come to expect that, and hopefully a lot of voters … kind of tune it out.”

Carney claims both sides use race to gin up their base. But when Republicans do it, he insists, they do so out of racism. Consider this exchange with Bill Kristol, the conservative publisher of the Weekly Standard. Carney claims that the Republicans’ push for voter ID is motivated by the racist Republican desire to suppress the black vote:

Kristol: I voted in Virginia last Saturday. Since I was going to be in New York next week, I voted early absentee in person, and I had to show my driver’s license. Do you think that’s really a problem?

Carney: You know what the statistics say. You know who is most affected by the requirements, essentially poll tax-type requirements.

Kristol: Poll tax? Showing an identification is like charging people a fine, a tax?

Carney: Bill, you know that the fraud isn’t substantial and real. You know it doesn’t have a significant impact, because it’s so minimal, on election results and you know what the motivation is behind it. You know it.

Kristol: I just totally disagree. But that’s OK.

Carney: No, you don’t.

So here we have two white guys — three counting host Jake Tapper — discussing black-white relations. White Democrat accuses white Republican of being racist against blacks. White Republican denies it. White Democrat says: Oh, yes, you are, and you can deny it all you want. But you are a bigot unless and until I say otherwise. White Republican meekly denies the charge. The subject is changed. Let’s move on.

Conservative commentator Ben Stein recently called out Obama and the Democrats on their vulgar use of the race card: “What the White House is doing is trying to racialize all politics, and they’re especially trying to tell the African-American voter that the GOP is against letting them have a chance at a good life in this economy. And that’s just a complete lie. … The President is the most racist president there has ever been in America. He is purposely trying to use race to divide Americans.” Memo to RNC Chair Reince Priebus: Stein has just shown how to counter the race card — with facts.

How pathetic is Obama’s use of it? When running for president in 2008 — and to prove he wasn’t at all like the Reverend Al Sharpton, Obama refused to even appear with the race-hustling flamethrower. Today, they are BFF’s.

Six years in, the Obama administration cannot brag about growth. This recovery is the nation’s worst in 80 years, arguably ever. Dems cannot talk about declining black poverty because the rate is about where it was when Obama took office. Black Inner-city teenage unemployment exceeds 50 percent in some cities.

A black 82-year-old grandmother, a lifelong Democrat, recently called C-SPAN to explain why this time she “voted straight Republican”: “I have noticed … what the Democratic Party has done to my people. Unemployment is high in the black community — we are double with unemployment — than it is anywhere else. … And I’m not talking about the people that need help — because with so many people getting help that doesn’t need help, it prevents the people that really need help from getting it. … I hear my people calling in all the time saying that every time you say something against the ideology of President Obama, that you’re doing it because he is black. We need to stop that foolishness. This man is destroying this country, and it’s what he intended to do. He said he was going to transform America, and that’s what he’s doing.”

More alarming for Democrats, it’s not just 82-year-old black grannies who are reconsidering their allegiance to the Party. Young black people, the “hope and change” voters who turned out in record numbers for Obama, have also been mugged by the reality of uncommonly high unemployment and underemployment. They see that government, even when led by a young, progressive, empathetic black President, will not solve their problems. Among black 18- to 29-year-olds, nearly one-third of them now self-describe as political “independents.”

After Tuesday’s election, Democrats better order some new race cards. The deck is getting thin. (Townhall)

It’s the black hole of Progressive Liberalism, they can never stop pulling it out.

They are addicted to it like a baby born on crack. It’s in their Genes.

That’s why they need the illegal aliens a voters so they don’t have to mess with all this messy democracy thing.

Political Cartoons by Gary McCoy

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