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This is in NO MEANS in DEFENSE of OBAMA or anyone else, but have you all forgot this?

I am writing and putting together this post not as a means of defending or supporting Obama, or anyone else but come on people; well many readers who are old enough to remember or those that pay close attention and have a good memory and care!  Not strictly listening to one party or the next, news source or radio personality or even your buddy that shared a link.

 The various links  i'm adding to this just brings up topics for people to look into and learn something you didn't know before, perhaps?   Thats the way I try to look at everything as a learning experience!   While this post might appear sloppy and at times not well thought out or put together, which it isn't  but it's an outlet of dealing with WAKE UP IT's BEEN GOING ON FOR A LONG TIME, both parties are to blame, and they normally to always have Oil in there someplace.  Thank You for reading!

First off I want to say that I am horrified and disgusted by what is taking place in the United States, I truley love my country but hate seeing it go in the direction it's going and has been going for quite some time now and hated all those moments too; but look on the bright side they created something like 220,000 new jobs across the USA - vs -  how many unemployed or underemployed?!  Just saying (that makes me sick)

Alright NAFTA, FFTA, CAFTA,  Fracking/Oil, and all that stuff, throw in Illegal Immigration thing that has gotten beyond out of hand first off, and has been going on for quiet sometime now.

People should be protesting the UN, Churches, other groups including past political figures! Those who act as a sponser for many of these refugees, immigrants etc that come into this country first off legaly they need to be told that they can take in and support said person, people on their own dimes not on the tax paying citizen, unless we get all the tax free entitlements & perks too.

Jimmy Carter
Undocumented Aliens Message to the Congress.
August 4, 1977

To the Congress of the United States:
I am proposing to Congress today a set of actions to help markedly reduce the increasing flow of undocumented aliens in this country and to regulate the presence of the millions of undocumented aliens already here.
These proposed actions are based on the results of a thorough Cabinet-level study and on the groundwork which has been laid, since the beginning of the decade, by Congressmen Rodino and Eilberg and Senators Eastland and Kennedy. These actions will:
• Make unlawful the hiring of undocumented aliens, with enforcement by the Justice Department against those employers who engage in a "pattern or practice" of such hiring. Penalties would be civil--injunctions and fines of $1000 per undocumented alien hired. Criminal penalties could be imposed by the courts against employers violating injunctions. Moreover, employers, and others, receiving compensation for knowingly assisting an undocumented alien obtain or retain a job would also be subject to criminal penalties.
• Increase significantly the enforcement of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Federal Farm Labor Contractor Registration Act, targeted to areas where heavy undocumented alien hiring occur.
• Adjust the immigration status of undocumented aliens who have resided in the U.S. continuously from before January 1, 1970 to the present and who apply with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) for permanent resident alien status; create a new immigration category of temporary resident alien for undocumented aliens who have resided in the U.S. continuously prior to January 1, 1977; make no status change and enforce the immigration law against those undocumented aliens entering the U.S. after January 1, 1977.
• Substantially increase resources available to control the Southern border, and other entry points, in order to prevent illegal immigration.
• Promote continued cooperation with the governments which are major sources of undocumented aliens, in an effort to improve their economies and their controls over alien smuggling rings.
Each of these actions will play a distinct, but closely related, role in helping to solve one of our most complex domestic problems: In the last several years, millions of undocumented aliens have illegally immigrated to the United States. They have breached our nation's immigration laws, displaced many American citizens from jobs, and placed an increased financial burden on many states and local governments.

Ronald Reagan on ImmigrationPresident of the U.S., 1981-1989; Republican Governor (CA)

Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA)Latinos are Republicans; they just don't know it yet.  1986 reform legalized 3 million undocumented immigrants
Public Law 99-603 (Act of 11/6/86), which was passed in order to control and deter illegal immigration to the United States. Its major provisions stipulate legalization of undocumented aliens who had been continuously unlawfully present since 1982, legalization of certain agricultural workers, sanctions for employers who knowingly hire undocumented workers, and increased enforcement at U.S. borders.

OK, Like how everyone wants to blame Bill Clinton for NAFTA, guess again.

Reagan's North American Accord

By March 12, 2014
 This year marks the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) coming into force. It was Ronald Reagan, ever the visionary, who sketched the outlines of NAFTA in 1979.  The idea of a free-trade zone stretching from the Aleutian Islands to the Yucatan Peninsula was so important to Reagan that he made it a central feature of the speech announcing his presidential candidacy. Noting how “We live on a continent whose three countries possess the assets to make it the strongest, most prosperous and self-sufficient area on earth,” Reagan proposed what he called “a North American accord” to allow the “peoples and commerce” of the United States, Mexico and Canada to “flow more freely across their present borders.” 

Before scoffing at this, consider that tens of billions of barrels of crude have been discovered in the U.S. and Canadian Arctic, in North Dakota and Montana, and in the Gulf of Mexico; that oil-shale deposits in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming “contain up to 3 trillion barrels of oil, half of which may be recoverable,” according to GAO studies; that Utah holds between 12 billion and 19 billion barrels in the form of oil-sands deposits; that Alberta holds 170.2 billion barrels of oil, most of it in the form of oil-sands; that Mexico holds some 87 billion barrels of crude; or that Mexico’s recent decision to open up its state-dominated energy sector to private investment is expected to double annual oil outputs.

When Poppy Bush arrived in Washington after the 1966 elections, he was immediately positioned to help large moneyed interests, and by so doing improve his own political fortunes. His father, still influential, had twisted arms to get him a coveted seat on the House Ways and Means Committee, which writes all tax legislation. The committee was the gatekeeper against attempts to eliminate the oil depletion allowance, and Bush’s assignment there was no small feat. No freshman of either party had gotten on since 1904. But former senator Prescott Bush had personally called the committee chairman. Then he got GOP minority leader Gerald Ford—a Warren Commission member and later vice president and president—to make the request himself. - See more at: 

Biography: 41. George H. W. Bush  or Papa Bush as I like to call him!


Born: June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts... Prior to winning the presidency, George Bush served as a U.S. congressman, ambassador to the United Nations, chairman of the Republican National Committee, chief of the U.S. Liaison Office to China, director of the C.I.A, and vice president under Ronald Reagan. Bush inherited some of the public goodwill felt for the Reagan administration -- and much of the growing skepticism. As the economy faltered and a recession set in, the supply-side economic policies of the 1980s were questioned and Bush was forced to break his promise of "no new taxes." Further damaging his chances for reelection was the impression that he was more concerned with world affairs than the problems vexing Main Street, USA.
Bush faced a dramatically changing world, as the Cold War ended after 40 bitter years, the Communist empire broke up, and the Berlin Wall fell. The Soviet Union ceased to exist; and reformist President Mikhail Gorbachev, whom Bush had supported, resigned. While Bush hailed the march of democracy, he insisted on restraint in U. S. policy toward the group of new nations.
In other areas of foreign policy, President Bush sent American troops into Panama to overthrow the corrupt regime of General Manuel Noriega, who was threatening the security of the canal and the Americans living there. Noriega was brought to the United States for trial as a drug trafficker.
Bush's greatest test came when Iraqi President Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, then threatened to move into Saudi Arabia. Vowing to free Kuwait, Bush rallied the United Nations, the U. S. people, and Congress and sent 425,000 American troops. They were joined by 118,000 troops from allied nations. After weeks of air and missile bombardment, the 100-hour land battle dubbed Desert Storm routed Iraq's million-man army. MORE

Alright I know other presidents have there hands in the whole illegal immigration story, but this is what I'm leaving you with and something to think about I guess other then one party, or one president!  jlh~


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Been taken away without a fight
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An American citizen without a say
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Youll find out its all al lie
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When your rights are abolished
For the good of the state
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Red, white, and blue is not what it seemed
Bureaucratic shit has tied your hands
Now its illegal to defend your own land
You dont care about whats going on
In their game youre just a pawn
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When the government comes and sucks you dry
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