Where's the tape, Mr. President?

OK, so what we have here is a failure to communicate. Actually it's more of a traditional Mexican stand-off.

Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona says that President Obama of Chicago told him, mano a mano, within the sancta sanctorum of the Oval Office, that the federal government will not enforce federal law to ensure the integrity of our federal borders until the Republicans cave in on the immigration issue and support comprehensive immigration reform which in the more plain-spoken parlance of main street means giving amnesty to twenty million or so Mexicans and others who have illegally entered our sovereign nation without invitation or permission.

That's right, put ‘em on Medicaid, Food Stamps, Social Security and every other federal assistance program of which you and I know nothing, but about which they are fully knowledgeable. Hell, we might as well just hand all those poor, deserving souls the damned keys to the treasury.

I've never been a particularly big fan of Jon Kyle, but I've likewise never ever been a fan of Barack Obama, the first man to attain the White House without revealing his college grade point average, among other more interesting, and missing, biographical issues. All things considered, I'm much more inclined to believe a long-serving, Arizona senator, who interestingly enough also served as editor of his law review, than I am a suspect scion of the Chicago political machine, which always seems to have a few of its members under indictment, the present being no exception.

That said, let's cut to the nitty-gritty here. Is there any American alive who doesn't believe that every conversation conducted within the Oval Office, especially with a senior visitor from the opposing political party, is recorded? Yeah, well maybe Slick Willie had a cutout switch to spare us some of the heavy breathing but still, you and I both know that place uses more tape than a UPS pickup center.

And with that being said, I have only one question for President Obama. Where's the tape, sir? You can quite easily prove Senator Kyl to be the liar you have accused him of being but you have not done so! And why is that, hmmm? Could there possibly be lurking yet another amateurish embarrassment to this administration that the revelation of such taped evidence might reveal?

Oh my God, could it be that Senator Kyl has told the TRUTH?

Let me get this straight: a senior United States senator has leveled the charge that the man-who-would-king-of-the-world is playing juvenile political games that directly threaten the lives of those he is constitutionally sworn to protect, solely to advance his liberal/socialist agenda, and we Americans who live in those areas where our lives may be threatened by his presidential malfeasance and malpractice should just sit back and consider this as politics as usual?

Not likely, Jefe. If you think we're going to take your worthless word, you are even more inexperienced and unqualified than we originally thought.

So where's the tape, Mr. President?

 

 

OK, so what we have here is a failure to communicate. Actually it's more of a traditional Mexican stand-off.

Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona says that President Obama of Chicago told him, mano a mano, within the sancta sanctorum of the Oval Office, that the federal government will not enforce federal law to ensure the integrity of our federal borders until the Republicans cave in on the immigration issue and support comprehensive immigration reform which in the more plain-spoken parlance of main street means giving amnesty to twenty million or so Mexicans and others who have illegally entered our sovereign nation without invitation or permission.

That's right, put ‘em on Medicaid, Food Stamps, Social Security and every other federal assistance program of which you and I know nothing, but about which they are fully knowledgeable. Hell, we might as well just hand all those poor, deserving souls the damned keys to the treasury.

I've never been a particularly big fan of Jon Kyle, but I've likewise never ever been a fan of Barack Obama, the first man to attain the White House without revealing his college grade point average, among other more interesting, and missing, biographical issues. All things considered, I'm much more inclined to believe a long-serving, Arizona senator, who interestingly enough also served as editor of his law review, than I am a suspect scion of the Chicago political machine, which always seems to have a few of its members under indictment, the present being no exception.

That said, let's cut to the nitty-gritty here. Is there any American alive who doesn't believe that every conversation conducted within the Oval Office, especially with a senior visitor from the opposing political party, is recorded? Yeah, well maybe Slick Willie had a cutout switch to spare us some of the heavy breathing but still, you and I both know that place uses more tape than a UPS pickup center.

And with that being said, I have only one question for President Obama. Where's the tape, sir? You can quite easily prove Senator Kyl to be the liar you have accused him of being but you have not done so! And why is that, hmmm? Could there possibly be lurking yet another amateurish embarrassment to this administration that the revelation of such taped evidence might reveal?

Oh my God, could it be that Senator Kyl has told the TRUTH?

Let me get this straight: a senior United States senator has leveled the charge that the man-who-would-king-of-the-world is playing juvenile political games that directly threaten the lives of those he is constitutionally sworn to protect, solely to advance his liberal/socialist agenda, and we Americans who live in those areas where our lives may be threatened by his presidential malfeasance and malpractice should just sit back and consider this as politics as usual?

Not likely, Jefe. If you think we're going to take your worthless word, you are even more inexperienced and unqualified than we originally thought.

So where's the tape, Mr. President?

 

 

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