Can you cay "Hope and Change" in Spanish?

Eileen McDevitt and Larrey Anderson
President Obama plans to move ahead with his promise to make illegal aliens … legal.

Coming on the heels of millions of legal Americans loosing their jobs, this may not seem like a rational policy to pursue. But if logic were driving the Obama administration’s policies -- this country would be headed down a different road.

According to the New York Times , it is full steam ahead for socializing medicine, making our energy system “green,” and granting full citizenship to millions of people who are here illegally to begin with:

Some White House officials said immigration would not take precedence over the health care and energy proposals that Obama has identified as priorities. But the timetable is consistent with pledges that Obama made to Latino groups in last year's campaign.
He said then that comprehensive immigration legislation, including a plan to make legal status possible for an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants, would be a priority in his first year in office. Latino voters turned out strongly for Obama in the election. [Emphasis added.]

Expect at least 12 millions new citizens and new Latino voters to turn out for Obama in the next presidential election.

Between funding for Acorn and legalizing millions of  non-Americans as new voters, Obama seems to be lining up his reelection in 2012 as pretty much a sure thing.


President Obama plans to move ahead with his promise to make illegal aliens … legal.

Coming on the heels of millions of legal Americans loosing their jobs, this may not seem like a rational policy to pursue. But if logic were driving the Obama administration’s policies -- this country would be headed down a different road.

According to the New York Times , it is full steam ahead for socializing medicine, making our energy system “green,” and granting full citizenship to millions of people who are here illegally to begin with:

Some White House officials said immigration would not take precedence over the health care and energy proposals that Obama has identified as priorities. But the timetable is consistent with pledges that Obama made to Latino groups in last year's campaign.
He said then that comprehensive immigration legislation, including a plan to make legal status possible for an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants, would be a priority in his first year in office. Latino voters turned out strongly for Obama in the election. [Emphasis added.]

Expect at least 12 millions new citizens and new Latino voters to turn out for Obama in the next presidential election.

Between funding for Acorn and legalizing millions of  non-Americans as new voters, Obama seems to be lining up his reelection in 2012 as pretty much a sure thing.