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Monday, June 18, 2012

Obama in 2011: Executive Order Amnesty Illegal

I'm far more often than not, in agreement with the conservative activists who were at Right Online this weekend, but not this time. Apparently, a consensus among the group was that the Daily Caller's Neil Munro was wrong in challenging Obama at the rose garden as the president's announcement that an Executive Order had been signed to grant amnesty to 2-3 million illegal aliens.

Even if it were conceded that Munro was rightfully chastised, the offense committed by Obama is so much worse that Munro's actions should have been rendered insignificant. In my view, they're warranted. As I've said before, at some point, Obama's actions need to be seen as provoking these responses. The president blatantly lies and breaks the law while the story is how others don't respect the office of the presidency?!

Recap: On September 9, 2009, Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) shouts, 'You Lie' at Obama during a joint session of Congress, after Obama said Obamacare would not apply to illegal aliens. In March, 2011, Obama told Univision's Jorge Ramos that using Executive Orders to grant amnesty to illegal aliens was against the law. On June 15, Obama signed the Executive Order he admitted over a year earlier, was illegal for him to sign.

Let's also not forget that when Obama granted amnesty on June 15th, Joe Wilson was shown to be right.

Yet, Neil Munro is the bad guy?

Here's video of Obama in 2011 saying that what he did in 2012 would be illegal.

Via Freedom's Lighthouse:

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