Ruben "The Sandwich" Navarrette, [Send him mail] the nominal Republican and faux conservative, has commented on the illegal alien Obama heckler. And he does have some insight, Obama is a liar. No surprise. The insight ends there.
CNN November 27, 2013 by Ruben Navarrette
San Diego (CNN) — When asked over the years if he can use executive power to stop deporting illegal immigrants, President Barack Obama has responded: Yes, we can! Other times, the answer was: No we can't!
This week, at the Betty Ann Ong Chinese Recreation Center in San Francisco, Obama was heckled by an audience member who was later identified as Ju Hong, an undocumented student from South Korea who graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in political science. When Hong pleaded with Obama to put the brakes on deportations and stop separating families, Obama responded:
"Now, what you need to know, when I'm speaking as President of the United States and I come to this community, is that if, in fact, I could solve all these problems without passing laws in Congress, then I would do so. But we're also a nation of laws. That's part of our tradition."
But, on October 26, 2011, at the University of Colorado-Denver, Obama said this when talking to students about using an executive order to reduce student loan debt.
"We're not going to wait for Congress. I'm going to act with or without Congress. Where they won't act, I will, through a series of executive orders. ... We're going to look every day to see what we can do without Congress."
And on October 25, 2010, on the Spanish-language radio show, "Piolin por la Manana" — when host Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo asked him why he hadn't moved faster on immigration reform, Obama responded:
"I am president, I am not a king. I can't do these things just by myself. We have a system of government that requires the Congress to work with the executive branch to make it happen."
Yet, two years later, while facing re-election and eager to reignite support among Latinos, Obama managed to get something done without Congress' approval.
On June 15, 2012, he announced that his administration was offering Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to allow undocumented young people to temporarily avoid deportation and apply for a two-year work permit.
My emphases. Navarrette clearly exposes Obama's hypocrisy, but soon comes around to his real point. And it is not defending the Constitution, the rule of law or American borders, just as one would expect from a person with loyalty to Mexico, Mexican principles and Mexican interests, but expending the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty.
You know what is an easy way out, Mr. President? Not being constrained by core principles because you change your position whenever you need to get out of a scrape.
After the exchange, Hong claimed that he hadn't planned to challenge the President of the United States, but that he couldn't take it anymore.
"This is very urgent," he told reporters. "This is the only venue where I could speak out, and I'm representing the voices of other undocumented students who are actually in the detention center right now and who cannot be here."
Bravo. This young man is a hero for bravely speaking truth to power. Way to represent.
Navarrette endorses the rule of the Caudillo, a dictatorship in the fashion of Latin America. It is clear we need to ramp up deportation of illegal aliens like Hong because sooner or later immigrants give birth to Quislings like Navarrette who are intent on bringing the nation down.
The worst part of The Sandwich's opinion though is that he gets Obama wrong. It is not a matter of Obama abandoning his principles, as Obama's principles are those of a anti-white racist and America hater. Obama will do what is in his interest for the moment.
Now he is in denial mode because it is politically expedient given the massive failure of Obamacare. He certainly will be expanding the Amnesty as it becomes expedient for his long-term goal: the destruction of the American nation.