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Obama Declares War On America, Halts Deportation For Political Gains.

September 30, 2011 Leave a comment

Obama Halts All Deportation Of Illegal Criminals

With one stroke of his pen Barrack Hussein Obama has declared war on America. With his popularity dropping to record lows evening among his supporters Obama has started to look for votes anywhere he can find them. His order to halt deportations and work place raids is in effect amnesty for 11-20 million illegal alien criminals. The left and big business are forming up to do what they do, screw Americans at any cost. The progressive left have coined a new buzzword “Undocumented Aliens” but these people are criminals, every illegal alien violates multiple criminal statues when they sneak across our sovereign border. The violent drug cartels who basically control Mexico profit handsomely from smuggling these criminals. Obama is basically helping to support violent narco-terrororist by refusing to stop there human smuggling operations. I guess giving the cartels automatic weapons wasn’t enough. By refusing to secure our borders and encouraging this mass horde of people streaming into our cities Barrack Hussein Obama has declared war on America. His failure to enforce the laws of our nation are a being done purely to gain favor with Hispanics, Big Labor & Corporate donors looking for slave labor. With Obama’s economic policies bankrupting the treasury the last thing taxpayers need is 11-20 million plus new welfare recipients. With Obama’s economic disaster creating zero jobs the last thing out of work Americans need is these illegal alien criminals stealing jobs and depressing wages. During past recessions out of work Americans could get by picking up manual labor jobs, not anymore. The 11-20 million Illegals dilute the job pool and drive down wages. Jobs that once payed $12-14 dollars and hour now pay $6-7 dollars, the open border crowd is always pushing the fallacy that these poor folks just take jobs that Americans won’t. The reason Americans don’t want these jobs now is because they can’t feed there kids for what these jobs now pay thanks to the diluted job pool. Where are the already bankrupt states supposed to find the money to pay for these illegals? The economic costs are in the tens of billions to every state increased demands on hospitals, public safety, schools are all born by the local taxpayer. Liberals love to get the federal government to mandate there policies but they always fail to address the billions there lunacy costs.


Homeland Security Continues Obama Amnesty By Dismissing Cases

Well it seems that Obama is continuing his backdoor Amnesty by choosing to let illegal alien criminals lose to prey on American citizens. Why Obama is trying so hard to destroy our country is for the historians. What is important now is to purge the House and Senate of his lackeys and fellow left-wingers. Obama is driving full scale ahead trying to bring down the American way of life and replace it with some Euro trash socialist wonderland. His corrupt Chicago politics are being shoved down the throat of every American with the full support of the Democratic Party. Casting your votes against these mutants will be the most important vote of any Americans life since the birth of the republic.


Immigration cases tossed by the hundreds

In the month after Homeland Security officials started a review of Houston, Texas’ immigration court docket, immigration judges dismissed more than 200 cases, an increase of more than 700 percent from the prior month, new data shows.
The number of dismissals in Houston courts reached 217 in August – up from just 27 in July, according to data from the Executive Office for Immigration Review, which administers the nation’s immigration court system.
In September, judges dismissed 174 pending cases – the vast majority involving immigrants who already were out on bond and had cases pending on Houston’s crowded downtown court docket, where hearings are now being scheduled into 2012. Roughly 45 percent of the 350 cases decided in that court in September resulted in dismissals, the records show.
The EOIR data offer the first glimpse into Homeland Security’s largely secretive review of pending cases on the local immigration court docket. In early August, federal attorneys in Houston started filing unsolicited motions to dismiss cases involving suspected illegal immigrants who have lived in the country for years without committing serious crimes.
News of the dismissals, first reported in the Houston Chronicle in late August, caused a national controversy amid allegations that the Obama administration was implementing a kind of “backdoor amnesty” – a charge officials strongly denied.
In recent weeks, some immigration attorneys reported the dismissals have slowed somewhat, while others reported they now have to ask ICE trial attorneys to exercise prosecutorial discretion in order to have their cases dismissed. Others, however, said they are still being approached by government attorneys seeking to file joint motions for case dismissal.
“They’re still doing it,” said immigration attorney Steve Villarreal. “They’re just doing it quietly.”
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials declined this week to discuss specifics of the docket reviews and dismissals, which are also going on in several other cities, including Dallas and Miami.
In response to the Houston EOIR data, ICE spokeswoman Gillian Brigham noted that immigration judges can terminate cases for other than prosecutorial discretion, such as when ICE does not meet its burden of proof. The Houston immigration courts averaged about 38 case terminations each month in the 10 months prior to the DHS review.
ICE has tried to downplay the docket reviews, suggesting in some media accounts that they were limited to cases involving illegal immigrants with pending petitions filed by U.S. citizen relatives. However, EOIR’s liaison with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Raed Gonzalez, said he was briefed on the guidelines in August directly by DHS’ deputy chief counsel in Houston and described a broader set of internal criteria.
Government attorneys in Houston were instructed to exercise prosecutorial discretion on a case-by-case basis for illegal immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for at least two years and have no serious criminal history, Gonzalez said. To qualify for dismissal, defendants also must have no felony record or any misdemeanor convictions involving DWI, sex crimes or domestic violence, he said.
Several dismissed cases examined by the Chronicle involved defendants without U.S. citizen relatives but with arguments for dismissal on humanitarian grounds, such as illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children who have stayed out of trouble and are enrolled in college.
Supporters of the review called it a necessary, common-sense step to reduce the system’s staggering backlog, which hit an all-time high this year. In June, the number of pending immigration cases nationally reached 247,922, including 7,444 in Houston. By moving to dismiss cases for people who have stayed out of trouble, the agency will be better able to use its limited resources to more rapidly deport those with serious criminal records, supporters said. “It makes all of the sense in the world,” John Nechman, a Houston immigration attorney, said of the review, which has led the dismissals of cases for several of his clients.
The dismissals essentially mean that officials are no longer actively trying to remove defendants through the immigration court system, though they can re-file such charges at a later date. The dismissals do not convey any kind of legal status, so recipients remain illegal immigrants and cannot work legally in the U.S.
But critics still charge that the dismissals show the government is not enforcing the law. “When you have this kind of mass dismissal, it sends a very clear message to illegal immigrants, and to society at large, that the government is not serious about enforcing the laws,” said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, an organization that advocates for stricter border controls. “This type of action muddles the message so both the public at large as well as illegal immigrants don’t know what to think.”