Yeah, a moat with alligators might not be a bad idea

Yeah, a moat with alligators might not be a bad idea

Yeah, a moat with alligators might not be a bad idea

According to Obama, this is what Republicans want. See, he’s gone “above and beyond” on the issue of immigration and enforcing immigration laws, and Republicans are just so gosh darn unreasonable that he has to mock Republicans about needing a moat to satisfy them.

The question is, on what planet has Obama gone above and beyond to enforce immigration laws? Let’s do a quick rundown on just how bad things actually are when it comes to illegal immigration. There are millions of illegals flowing over the border freely. The fastest growing gang in the United States is MS-13, an extremely dangerous Central American gang that, here in the US, is made up almost entirely of illegals. Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of the United States. An American rancher was murdered by illegals in cold blood. Certain parts of Arizona are so dangerous that the government has put up signs warning Americans not to go there. We have ICE catching illegals and then releasing them again. We’ve got pregnant illegals coming here and giving birth to anchor babies who get American citizenship simply because their mother broke our laws and gave birth to them here.

And what has Obama done? Well, the border fence isn’t anywhere near completed (approximately 36 out of 700 miles, actually). He wants to give illegals not only amnesty for breaking our laws, but he also wants to give them several million American jobs. And the one state that actually is doing something to stem the flow of illegal immigration, Arizona, is being sued by the federal government to stop it. Is this his warped idea of going above and beyond?

If it is, then I’d sure hate to see what it looks like when he doesn’t give a shit about enforcing immigration laws.

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  • philmon says:

    Alinsky Rule #5: 5. “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage.”

    They’ve gone above and beyond nothing. “All the stuff they asked for … we’ve done.” Such as???

    Notice the neat rhetorical trick, going from “All the stuff they asked for … we’ve done” to “even though we’ve answered these concerns”

    There’s a big difference between “doing what they asked” and “answering these concerns”.

    Yeah, they’ve answered them all right.

    As Garry Templeton would say…

  • chris in NC says:

    No, we don’t want a moat with alligators. Too slow and they don’t really attack very often. How about hungry cougars or tigers? They see something moving and it’s off to the races!

    Seriously though, all I’m asking for is the same security from invaders/attackers that you have Mr. President.

  • After eight years of George W. Bush, I have to ask… what the hell is wrong with this man? Could anyone imagine the former gentlemen mocking liberals with such fervour? Yet every time Obama gives a press conference, it’s “conservatives can sit in the back of the bus”, “Republicans are sitting around drinking Slurpees”, “Now they want a moat with alligators”. What a no-class, self-absorbed excuse for a man.

  • Trevor says:

    Hmm, alligators may not be such a bad idea. You don’t have to pay them and they’d likely be more competent.

    Always good to know our president is concerned about border security.

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