Not considering his nation-ruining, amnesty-promoting, mass-immigration position, to date I have had great respect for President Obama. His intelligence, his poise and remarkable equanimity have wooed many just like me, who, in our frustratingly contentious political climate, have pleaded, “Give the guy a chance.”
After all, the mess he walked into – mostly created by George Bush, who probably will go down in history as the worst president ever – demanded we give Obama every consideration. Not anymore.
President Obama’s dishonest, open-borders, provocative condemnation of Arizona’s necessary immigration law first got my goat. Now we have the notorious case of Obama’s illegal-alien aunty.
An immigration judge just ruled, in a closed-door hearing, that Obama’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, a Kenyan national, can stay in U.S., never mind that she had twice been denied her bogus political asylum claims and that she has been illegally living in public subsidized housing and in open defiance of deportation orders. Any question that President Obama didn’t cram down this outrageous decision is not even plausible, especially given aunty’s history of jive and B.S.
The honeymoon is over. Indeed, I’m reminded of the words of the late, great Edward Abbey (“The Monkey Wrench Gang”): “There comes a time in the life of us all when we must lay aside our books or put down our tools and leave our place of work and walk forth on the road to meet the enemy face-to-face. Once and for all and at last.”
Ex-deputy accuses Pitkin County jail’s health-care provider of negligence over assault, strangulation
A former Pitkin County deputy who was the victim of a violent attack by a jail inmate with a history of psychiatric episodes is suing a health-care provider for negligence over the incident.