This blog identified the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty at its conception and writing on the inestimable VDare this writer identified the proper solution for the problem, impeachment (Many thanks to the invaluable editing by Peter Brimelow. Some writers need a great editor. Many thanks, Peter).
It appears that in addition to originating the now common term of Administrative Amnesty (I just heard Steven Camarota of the Center for Immigration Studies use the term this morning while interviewed on the Brian Sussman Show on KSFO) my influence is spreading
Even more influential people are reading my blog, VDARE.com, or are under the sway of my ideas. (h/t Weasel Zippers)
Think Progress June 26, 2012 by Comrade Igor Volsky
Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) floated the possibility of impeaching President Obama over the administration’s recent decisions on immigration, during an appearance on Bill Bennett’s radio show on Tuesday.
Responding to a question about the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to pull back “on a program known as 287(g) — which allows the feds to deputize local officials to make immigration-based arrests” — following the Supreme Court’s ruling invalidating substantial sections of Arizona’s SB 1070, Kyl said the president must be held accountable:
BENNETT: How do you make the feds cooperate [with state immigration efforts]?
KYL: Well, that’s the executive’s job and there are only a couple of ways to do it… If the president insists on continuing to ignore parts of the law that he doesn’t like, and simply not enforce that law, the primary remedy for that is political. And you have it two ways: one is oversight through the Congress to demonstrate what they’re doing wrong and there are some potential criminal charges there for dereliction of duty. Although, I haven’t looked that up yet. And the other part of it is people need to react through the ballot box to turn out of office those people who are not doing their duty. Now if it’s bad enough and if shenanigans involved in it, then of course impeachment is always a possibility. But I don’t think at this point anybody is talking about that.
Not to shock anyone, this is not the time for impeachment. It was a year ago, or three years ago when I first identified the Administrative Amnesty. But with the election just a few months away, that is where we should fight this battle. At least as to regards to Barack Hussein Obama.
However, Janet Reno Napolitano and John Morton are a different story. The House should move full speed ahead with impeachment proceedings against those two.
The hearings would be instructive to the public during the election and it would highlight the separation of the two from regular Americans; her an elite lesbian, he a self-hating white man. Neither with any defense. They openly and flagrantly are defying Federal law, their oaths of office, and the Constitution. Let's put the Regime on the defensive. And hold some House Democrats and Senators feet to the fire.
It is good to see though that one has impact on the political process and current events. Thanks for reading my blog Senator Kyle. Or at least reading VDARE.com, or someone in your office is reading VDARE.com. But don't let anyone know. You could get the John Derbyshire treatment.