Right now he is readying his clearly unconstitutional executive order decreeing amnesty for some five million illegals, a number which will be significantly higher when the impact of family members is included. And if anyone thinks this will be the end of it, I've got a bridge in Brooklyn that I'll give you for a steal of a deal. The millions of illegals, uncleared for health, poor and hungry, will gain admittance to America and all the "free stuff" that Obama has advertised and you and I will be footing the bill. If you think your Obamacare premium is high now, just wait until the free medical care for non-citizens is added onto your tab.
And since the border will remain wide open, now with Border Patrol agents not even being allowed to keep sufficient weaponry to protect themselves, this will get so much worse. And unless someone in Washington, namely Congress, gets sufficient fortitude to take the President on and defund his actions, there could be no end in sight.
But this is just half of the current situation that is rapidly unfolding right now. At the same time, Ferguson, Missouri is about to come to full fury with the anticipated grand jury decision on Officer Darren Wilson expected momentarily. If, as many think, the grand jury fails to indict Wilson, the anarchists supported by the likes of Al Sharpton, Eric Holder and, yes, Obama himself, promise to take to the streets in what could be both violent and bloody with heavy looting and property destruction. After all, when the Attorney General got personally involved in the community after the shooting and made a point of discussing his personal connection due to race, the entire countenance of the community changed from one of trying to heal to one becoming agitated again. And with Al, Jessie and the boys continuing to foment harsh words toward the police, their efforts to do their job have been severely tested.
Now with the grand jury decision soon to be announced, Obama once again interjected himself into the situation and, of course, made things worse. On the day after the election, he met with a number of those leading the protests, including some of those prone to violence, where he urged them to "stay the course." What did he mean by stay the course? Did he mean for them to peacefully stay involved or was he fomenting another series of riots like those held after the shooting. Did his community organizer background come back to him on steroids? I think if we look carefully it is clear that his intention was to keep the tension high so that he can use it to his advantage. And no time could be more appropriate as he is desperately looking for something to take the attention off of amnesty while he continues his American transformation.
Just picture it. Americans become infuriated by the unilateral changing of law and the infiltration of million of illegals being granted better care and services than American citizens receive themselves. And as we muster to demand change from a weak Congress, Obama's minions in Ferguson, learning of a verdict which they don't want to accept even if it was legally correct, converge on the town with massive violence while many in other cities act similarly in support.
The chaos, bloodshed and destruction that this would generate naturally moves our attention to race once again while the illegals merrily trek across the border without a whimper of protest from America. It's almost as if no one is home minding the store, because they aren't, focused instead on remaining safe in their formerly quiet home towns.
Nothing is a coincidence with the Obama Administration, folks, and unfortunately we will have to focus on multiple issues and keep them in the forefront of the politicians simultaneously if we plan to survive. This is a master stroke of Cloward and Piven, invasion and internal insurrection all at the same time.
Are we strong enough and ready to meet the challenge. We're soon going to find out. But remember, if we keep cool, remain logical and depend on Almighty Providence for guidance, we will prevail. This nation has been through much before and survived and we can do it again and we must. We can't let lawlessness and anarchy destroy the greatest living experiment in history. Stand for what's right and demand it of your friends and neighbors as well. This isn't a black or white or Hispanic thing; this is an American things. Let's band together and just do it.