From a guaranteed right to hormone therapy for transgendered illegal aliens, to a prospective Attorney General saying that illegals have the same right to a job as US citizens or legal immigrants, the ongoing sham of the Obama administration’s under-the-radar policies get seen in the light of day in Bill Whittle’s latest.
We conservatives are tired of being insulted on a daily basis by King Putt, his appointees, bureaucrats, and lefties in general.
Not a damned thing done by this administration in the last six years has benefitted hard working American citizens. Not one. Yet the left, and the clueless lemmings that blindly support them, keep beating the drum towards this nation’s destruction without so much as a thought as to how it will even affect them.
In the meantime, the R’s have decided to use funding appropriations for the DHS as a lever to get King Putt to reverse his amnesty edicts. In response, the left are successfully accusing the R’s of “making this country less safe” in light of increased terrorist activities worldwide. On the surface that meme seems legitimate, however, U.S. law prevents the furlough of essential personnel during a budget crisis. It should be known that 88% of DHS are essential. In other words, only 12% of the employees of DHS are at risk for temporary furlough. In an already bloated mega agency 12% is inconsequential. So what if a few janitors and landscapers get a forced paid vacation. Ditto on the extra office help.
Not a single republican lawmaker has made that case to the American people. Not one. They just stand there flat-footed as usual wondering how Hispanic polling numbers reflect in their districts.
Is it any wonder that republicans are the party of stupid for not making the case to the public and dispelling their safety fears? The left wins the argument because the R’s can’t even communicate a simple message.
That message is Congressional Leverage. Congress can defund the entirety of the government if they chose to. What’s the point of winning a battle if you don’t plan on winning the war.