Obama and Immigration: Long on Rhetoric, Short on Details

Yesterday, the Campaigner in Chief gave a little speech in Texas.  He whined that people wouldn’t think anything he’s done on the border would be enough, even joking that after wanting a taller fence and more border agents, they would want a moat.  With alligators. 

All I can say to that is damn straight, Mr. President.  Whatever it takes.  A fifty foot high fence with spikes and constantine wire on the top, a 500 foot wide moat, alligators, crocodiles, leeches, scorpions, snakes, dingos and ill tempered housecats.  Whatever it takes. 

What does the president want to do?  VIRTUAL SECURITY?  What does this mean?  Cameras and laser beams that alarm when someone tries to get across?  Predator drones to document the “undocumented workers?” 

The problem is nobody knows.  This is by design.  The president doesn’t want to tell what he really wants to do, which is to pick up these clowns in busses as they come across the border and take them directly to the closest poultry plant.  Hand them a green card and get them into government housing.  Sign their kids up for school, and get them Medicaid access. 

Instead we get border agents with non lethal weapons, segments of partially completed fence, and policies that punish American businesses for hiring the cheapest labor they can find. 

Maybe it’s time for real leadership.  Check out Herman Cain.  This guy is NOT a career politician.  He has run corporations, solved problems, and actually knows about business.  He’s the right guy for the job.  And he will take care of the illegal immigrant problem in America.


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