Ron Paul message to supporters on Tampa and Obama makes change in deportation policy to win more votes:
Ron Paul sends a message to all of his supporters. So the internet has been buzzing with a continued ton of confusion about what has recently been going on with the Paul campaign. The endorsement of Mitt by Rand Paul along with Ron basically admitting defeat to an extent has been a blow to moral, yet we are all committed to moving forward.
Long story short we’re clearly not giving up or dropping out. In fact I recently read news stating that the lawyers for Ron Paul a large number of legal advisers might be taking over the campaign to ensure that we continue to make an all out push for victory in Tampa, Florida at the Republican National Convention. In case you missed it our top pick for president also released a video making his intentions clear:
More or less the biggest thing is that no one gives up, throws in the towel, or stops now. We’re honestly far from done and there are a lot of things in the works such as lawsuits for vote fraud being filed in multiple states. The leader himself makes it clear that we need to make a strong showing at the RNC meeting in Tampa, Florida, have as many supporters and delegates show up and make a difference. As I said before I don’t believe in giving up until if and when Mitt wins the nomination.
Even he does things won’t be done yet. So right now the best thing we can all do is stay focused, rally support, keep voting and get out there. You need to realize that we’re far from beaten since the campaign itself is still coordinating with delegates in upcoming states to make sure that we win as many delegates as possible.
I know that a lot of people have been discouraged by recent events and really I guess what I want to focus on is reassuring people that it’s not like we’ve simply lost. Things might not be perfect but the truth is that we’ve had a lot of major victories which would not have seemed possible only a few years ago.
The freedom movement if you will has grown by leaps and bounds and many people in the Republican Party are far different then they used to. The very tone of American Politics is changing as more people become aware of the growing problems. So now is the time to stick together and see where things go. As far as Gary Johnson goes like I said I’m not counting him out yet but I do believe that right now we need to focus on seeing what happens next before we make any other decisions.
Obama makes change in deportation policy:
Obama makes a change in deportation policy in a move which many people like to another move of that of a dictator. Unable to pass legislation through Congress to get some illegal immigrants to stay in the country the government has simply largely bypassed Congress with a new legislation. While it does not make it so illegal immigrants can become legal citizens it does take away the risk of being deported for people meet a specific criteria of being born in the US at a certain age, having been in the US for so many years and if they are going to school or working here.
You can find more details here: http://www.infowars.com/obama-to-legalize-illegal-immigration-by-decree-will-add-800000-voters-in-november/
More or less I find this stuff to be annoying in all honestly. To me this is very much similar to when Obama announced out of the blue that he supports gay marriage. This coming from the same man who only a few years ago had said when he was asked that he believed marriage was simply a union between a man and a woman, nothing else.
Now as president he suddenly believes that all people should marry equally. The Obama administration has made many blunders failing to go easy on legal marijuana like they promised and instead cracking down harder on states such as California along with shipping weapons down to Mexico and escalating wars in the Middle East.
Now suddenly he has a need to grant immunity to immigrants in this country. The truth is I have no problems with immigrants because they play a very important role in this country and America cannot survive without them. What I do have a problem with is our president simply passing laws when Congress will not do what he wants along with pandering to people to win votes. What I fear most though is that a lot of immigrants will fall for this poor behavior of his.
The truth is that illegal immigration isn’t the huge problem make it out to be and if we had a healthy economy it wouldn’t be a problem at all. But it seems like the current administration is more interested in winning votes instead of ending wars, cutting spending, or controlling the federal reserve. All things which will truly damage and destroy our economy.Older postNewer post