Neal Conan _ once again confirmed that NPR and Talk of the Nation have nothing to do with free speech. This morning, Neal Conan introduced the topic of Obama’s fascist Amnesty Declaration, as Obama’s Immigration Speech and used the euphemism of ” immigration reform” as the topic. Immigration reform simply means mass amnesty for Illegal aliens, it has nothing to do with reform. enforcement of Immigration laws is represented as police state brutality and all illegals are hardworking and kind. Of course, that’s a lie, but Neal Conan and NPR work hard to represent those lies as truths,allowing corporate America can continue to marginalize Americans.
Neal Conan went on to say with some degree of faked shock, that someone , a CONSERVATIVE , dared to interrupt the President as he gave his aSS KISSING amnesty speech, and that it was so rude and so against protocol. Neal Conan failed to state that all the Horrible Conservative said was that the President had just given away 2 million jobs to illegals instead of unemployed Americans.
That’s NPR for you…. The President should be questioned every step of the way, he is not the Son of Zeus, he is not the King, he is an elected politician who needs to be questioned. NPR and Neal Conan wish to suppress all discussion of illegal aliens and the consequences of Obama’s actions towards the American People.
Obama’s move on immigration is an unconstitutional disaster for the unemployed
By Roy Beck, Monday, June 18, 2012, 9:03 AM EDT – posted on NumbersUSA
President Obama thwarted the will of Congress and shunned the 20 million under-employed and unemployed Americans by announcing he will grant work permits to 2 million to 3 million illegal immigrants.
This appears to be an unconstitutional fiat that not only usurps congressional authority to set immigration policy but directly contradicts what Congress has already decided. The president suggests that his new policy is designed to enact as much of the DREAM Act amnesty as possible because Congress hasn’t acted on its own. But Congress indeed has acted — three times in votes that rejected granting these illegal aliens the legal residency and work permits that the president now says he will deal out all by himself